Reason magazine interviews Shapeways CEO Peter Weijmarshausen about Shapeways and the future of shopping in the new world of 3D printing.
Now your child’s drawing of you washing the dog on the moon doesn’t have to stay on the fridge; it can sit in 3D brilliance on the mantle or your office desk.
An interview of artist Joshua Parker, designer of Crania Anatomica Filigre and Anatomica di Revolutis, on his successful Kickstarter projects.
Forbes headed over to Shapeways’ Queens, New York production facility for an interview with designer evangelist Duann Scott.
When it comes to making bold moves Shapeways kicks down doors to the future of 3D manufacturing. Since the good people at Shapeways always wanted their own factory, they decided to build one.
The era of downloadable replacement part CAD files is upon us. Teenage Engineering has made replacement parts for it’s music synthesizer available for download on their site and parts purchasable on Shapeways.
Check out this wicked sterling silver cutlery set designed by 3D modeler, designer, product designer, artist, maker, artisan and user of colorful words, Eragatory.
We share a great video from 3D printing company Shapeways, produced by director Stephan Malik. This one is called “3D Printing & the Culture of Creativity.”
The Variable Cross web page lets you design a sterling silver cross pendant, with a multitude of customizations, have it 3D printed and shipped to your home. Even if you don’t buy one, play with it!