Futurist Christopher Barnatt of Explaining the Futre has some fascinating predictions about the future of 3D printing, and in particular bioprinting.
Some of the things that 3D printing technology can do in the medical world will blow your mind, and it could potentially save your life, too. Here are 10 innovations that are happening right now.
Filabot, the “Plastic Filament Maker” is coming soon. With it you will be able to recycle old plastic into your own filament for your 3D printer. More eco-friendly and cheaper, too.
Here are a few places, industries, and websites that the author expects to see transitioning to 3D printing in the near future.–places to keep your eye on.
Digital Reality, parent company to Kraftwurx, is working to make starting and running 3D printing businesses easier with their new Digital Factory enterprise suite.
Bathsheba Grossman is one of the most renowned artists in the world of 3D printing today; her sculptures have changed the way we look at art, geometry, and symmetry.
Contributing author Chris Waldo shares with us his top 12 “functional” models that were 3D printed. These are 12 videos that are sure to entertain you.
Here is an interesting and fun list of things created through 3D printing which “defy” the rules of traditional manufacturing.
Here are nine ways that I see the new technology of 3D printing will disrupt the future. All for the better.
What if 3D printing could be used to create renewable energy? I’m talking about printable, paper-thin solar strips for generating electricity.