News and Articles About 3-D printing
Hasbro and the online marketplace Shapeways said their team-up marks the first time that a major global company has opened up its intellectual property for fan-made products.
Nikki Kaufman, one of the founders of Quirky, wants to give customers the best possible headphone experience.
It's not just for geeks anymore.
The Ekocycle Cube, priced at $1,199 and shipping later this year, purportedly turns old plastic Coke bottles into beautiful objects, the artist says.
Along with reductions in cost to developing prototypes, these DIYers may also spur creative new ideas.
A Canadian company has developed a printer attachment called a paste extruder that makes it possible to 3-D print with materials that were previously off limits.
As connectivity spans the globe, new users will improve inefficient markets, systems and behavior, and affluent markets will tap advanced technology, says Google's executive chairman.
A new invention purportedly churns out eye shadow pods in absolutely any color found on the internet.
Brian David Johnson, Intel's futurist, talks to Entrepreneur.com about Jimmy, his 3-D printable, open-source robot, and why he thinks everyone will have their own Jimmy in the future.
The Lix pen shot past its fundraising goal in no time. The campaign, now in its second day, has raised almost $250,000.
3-D printings power lies not in its ability to create novelty items, but to lower the cost of customization.
The Golden Goose, a kitchen gadget that scrambles raw eggs within their shells, has nearly surpassed its $34,500 Kickstarter goal in one week.
Some say the key to creating hundreds of thousands of jobs may soon be on a desktop near you.
Office supply store hopes to 'demystify' the technology for small business owners.
A trio of inventors in Europe have announced a Kickstarter campaign for a new device that allows you to doodle in the air.
A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
The tech titan has released a video introducing the team behind Project Ara and offering a glimpse into the projects breaking developments.
If you can 3-D print smartphone cases and key chains, it appears that using the technology to create a real house is the logical next step.
Sticks and stones may break bones, but printers can replace them -- and a whole lot more.
Cheap labor in China, Indonesia and India pushed the bulk of mass manufacturing overseas, but the U.S. is emerging competitive in a newer, more sophisticated kind of manufacturing.
Thanks to a collaboration of public and private resources, one of the old 84,000-square-foot warehouses flanking the East River in New York City is being renovated and transformed.
In the latest update to its ubiquitous Photoshop program, available today, Adobe has added 3-D printing capabilities.
More than 50 percent of the Urbee 2 vehicle has been 3-D printed and it can travel at speeds up to 70 mph.
As the size of a computer chip approaches zero, computational power will be everywhere and in everything, says Brian David Johnson, the resident futurist at Intel.
One UCLA professor says his device can detect particles that cause deafness and brain damage in humans.