Microsoft used 3D printers in a super secret, high-security underground bunker to design the new Surface tablet computer.
What if 3D printing could be used to create renewable energy? I’m talking about printable, paper-thin solar strips for generating electricity.
David Sun, printer of the world’s smallest car, has made one almost as small, but this one with not only moving wheels but working doors.
Designers from Loughborough University are using 3D scanning and 3D printing to restore relics in Beijing’s Forbidden City.
The future of building construction is by 3D concrete printing, as shown in this video and highlighting the Freeform Construction Project at Loughborough University.
Researchers at Vienna University of Technology are using a process called “two-photo lithography” to make structures smaller than a grain of sand.
Lisa Harouni gives a TED audience a useful introduction into the world of additive manufacturing, what we like to more commonly call 3D Printing.
In this video, Microsoft user experience designer Karsten Aagaard gives tech writer Joshua Topolsky a guided tour of Microsoft’s amazing 3D print shop.
Utilizing a 3D printer in for printing parts in the International Space Station can save huge sums of money and time.