Bloomberg caught up with Shapeways’ Duann Scott at this year’s Northside Festival and talked to him about how Shapeways is disrupting the 3D printing marketplace.
Someone has 3D printed a record that will play on a phonograph. Will it play, how will it sound? It’s all in the video.
Are you a clever 3D designer who would like to make some extra money? You should think about setting up a shop on the web where you can sell your designs?
This is one of the strangest videos ever. Octogenarian John Predescu demonstrates how to play Ping Pong with a 3D-printed Springball that you can purchase at Shapeways.
3D printing service Shapeways has announced a $6.2 million funding round, plus that they have 3D printed and sold one million objects.
Shapeways has introduced an experimental new material called Black Elasto Plastic. It’s rubber-like in that it is squishy and flexible. Only available until July 20, 2012.
Shapeways CEO and Founder Peter Weijmarshausen spoke on the future of digital at Mashable Connect. He focused on how 3D printing will change the world.
Pete Reynolds highlights what he believes to be the top three items, created and for sale, on 3D printing service bureau Shapeways.
3D printing service Shapeways has set up the Shapeways Skillshare School to teach people about 3D design and printing, on location hands on.