The human fetus is of great interest, especially to expecting parents. So sonograms are customary for most parents, but what if they’re blind?
Photography and filming equipment can be expensive, and a lot of it is plastic. So it makes sense that some frugal DIY directors have designed a few printable camera gadgets and uploaded them to Thingiverse.
Mcor released new software for the paper-based IRIS that applies color to a range of 3D file types.
The ProDesk3D will offer full-color 3D printing in a desktop model for a price competitive with a Replicator 2 and Form 1. Now that's a breakthrough!
Searching for specific components such as special gears and oddly sized valves on the internet was nearly impossible before the 3D Part Source service launched.
Students at Harvard are working on a project called Midas Touch that aims to use 3D printing to bring visual art to the fingers of the blind.
We''ve introduced a brand new discussion forum to 3DPrinter.net! You'll be able to use it to easily converse with others about 3D printers and related topics. Give it a try!
From records to tonearms, eventually the whole music experience will be 3D printable.
Speakers at the inaugural “Inside 3D Printing Conference and Exhibition” discuss reality of the state of digital manufacturing.
The mUVe 1 is the third personal stereolithography printer to be crowdfunded, so I expect we’ll be seeing more of them.
NASA has been paying attention to the Maker community -- so much so that they want to emulate it.
According to instagram, photography is cool. Be the hip one with these 3D printable picture enhancers.
Breast cancer affects millions of women, and many choose to have mastectomies because of the costs and risks of tissue reconstruction. Now researchers are developing bioprinting technologies to make tissue reconstruction safer and more accessible.
3D printing can get pretty expensive if you need to run multiple iterations of a prototype. Now cash-strapped students are offered a helping hand from Shapeways in the form of a discount.
If you want a 3D printer but don’t want to pay for all of it, why not share one? I’ll tell you why.