There’s a new service called Teleport It 3D that protects designers from having their designs stolen by transferring prints instead of CAD files.
If you were as dismayed by the closure of Tinkercad as I was, you’ll be delighted to know that it’s back.
Most 3D printing uses plastics and polymers, but the manufacturing revolution will be made of metal.
Trust me when I say you have to click through and see this incredible new concept of a 3D printer. The robotic arm literally draws out a 3D object in thin air.
The #1 desktop 3D printer retailer and the #1 3D software creators are offering package deals on their products.
Jake Ervin's top 10 coolest 3D printed parts exhibited at the AMUG (Additive Manufacturing Users Group) Conference in Jacksonville, Florida this year.
Futurist Christopher Barnatt visits the first physical 3D printer store in the United Kingdom, which claims to be the largest such store in the world.
Even if you don't know jack, even if you don't have a 3D printer, you can get rich, even making up to $100,000 a month! All you need is this system.
The long awaited Star Trek app has come at last, letting you put your face on a crew member of Enterprise.
Living in America you can’t help but feel that we’re right smack in the center of the new Additive Manufacturing revolution. Are we...still?
Most 3D object repositories hold modeled objects but Forme has 3D scans that can be modified.
The free 3D modeling software Blender already supported 3D printing, but the latest release comes with new tools specifically for making objects more printable.
An afternoon panel discussion at the Inside 3D Printing Conference in New York tackled the practical business questions of 3D Printing.
A workshop is no better than the tools it houses and there are plenty of 3D printable tools on Thingiverse.
3D printing is on fire, and doesn’t need any help from the government. But it’s getting it anyway, in a big way.