SOLS co-founder Kegan Schouwenburg offers a look into how the 3-D printed insole maker is expanding.
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People can take a picture using their smartphone or tablet, then send the picture to a 3-D printing company and receive a 3-D version of their face.
Entrepreneur Lynette Kucsma is bullish on the idea.
Doctors at a New York-based research institute are combining 3-D printed cartilage with living cells to manufacture trachea replacements.
Hold your breath. Make a wish. Count to three. 3D Systems' new Hershey's chocolate printer is really sweet.
The Seattle-based tech company is hiring to build an 'end-to-end platform for startups.'
AIO Robotics has developed a compact, all-in-one 3-D printer/copier/scanner/fax machine. Yes, all that in one small package.
While this technology was initially limited to R&D labs, now it's pervading almost every industry. A person with an idea can create a prototype of a product with greater ease.
Derby's unusually small forearms kept him from playing with the other dogs, until he received a pair of robotic legs that lets him keep up with his friends.
It looks like British scientists have developed a new use for 3-D printing.
In honor of Martha Stewart, who recently proclaimed her 'love' for 3-D printing, here's a list showcasing the technology's endless and magical possibilities.
There is no time for bureaucracy in a young company looking to innovate in a legacy industry. Normal CEO and founder Nikki Kaufman explains her philosophy of accepting ideas from everywhere.
The company hopes this new desktop computer, called Sprout, can rekindle industry interest.
With the devices becoming more accessible and affordable, businesses are being built on the rapid designing, prototyping and manufacturing of products.