Bits From Bytes has upgraded the software that runs their 3D printers. AXON 3 now slices 30 times faster than before and allows for multicolored printing.
The Bioscope takes a digital movie file from a USB drive, like your Christmas ‘88 that dad recorded on the new camcorder, and plays it back at relative speeds as a series of separate frames.
Shares of 3D Systems (DDD) is soaring this morning on sales that have exceeded expectations, and on an update of their future outlook.
Consumer car review site Edmonds.com made a new commercial, and to get the the results they wanted, the commercial developer chose to use 3D printing over CGI.
Steven Easter and Jonathan Turman, students at the University of Virginia, along with their professor, worked to create a UAV with a 6.5 feet wingspan from 3D printed pieces.
With the help of Shapeways, designers from Nervous System are meeting the challenge of substantiating algorithmic art to tangible form.
On October 19th to 21st 2012, the 3D Printshow was held in London. Renowned futurist Christopher Barnett has provided us with a video report of the show.
Olaf Diegel designed eight electric guitars and basses that are especially customizable through 3D printing. Available on Cubify.
3D printing is one of the "prominent technology trends expected to influence the consumer electronics industry in the years ahead," according to the 2013 edition of "Five Technology Trends to Watch" report by the CEA.
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.
A company called BumpyPhoto will take your uploaded photo and make a 3D relief of it so that the subject matter of the photo stands out.
John Mabry aimed to create headphones that could be assembled without tools, and there he succeeded so he put the "13:30" Headphones CAD files on Thingiverse.
What’s going to happen to open source and 3D printing? Clearly there are benefits, but as it’s not predominant in our markets, there must be some drawbacks.
There have been numerous articles this last year, suggesting that HP get involved in 3D printers. Today, Forbes magazine runs with the idea.