The unexpected applicability of 3D printing technology was proven once again with the creation of the first set of printed titanium horseshoes.
Engineers at UCSD have recently developed a technology that uses existing 3D printing techniques to make microscopic structures from a gel that is compatible with living tissues.
3D printing has appeared in the most unexpected places: like on the ground in Afghanistan in support of the war effort, with the “Expeditionary Lab – Mobile.”
Graphic artist M. C. Escher produced many famous etchings depicting seemingly impossible three dimensional situations. Now they’ve been 3D printed.
Slated to be the home of the first National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute (NAMII), Youngstown, Ohio may have a bright, productive 3D printing future.
The Fayetteville Free Library in New York public library addresses the lack of accessibility to 3D printing created by cost barriers.
We may be flying the world in 3D-printed planes by 2050. Airbus is exploring the concept of printing the airplane with an estimated 80 meter square 3D printer.
The traditional building construction process is horribly archaic. A process called Contour Crafting hopes to modernize the industry with 3D printing..