News and Articles About 3-D printing
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.
In this video, the SpaceX founder goes beyond computers to design the rocket part with free-standing projection.
The Brooklyn-based additive manufacturing company says that it is accepting pre-orders for its MakerBot Digitizer, which will begin shipping in October.
A look at three new companies that are pushing their ways to the forefront of 3-D printing.
The shipping giant has made 3-D printing available in a San Diego franchise and will extend the offering to five other cities across the U.S. in the next two months as part of a pilot program.
The online retailing giant has partnered with MakerBot and other startups to start a service for selling custom-created merchandise.
Here's a look at five ways 3-D printing is refashioning product manufacturing, from housewares to shoes and even fine art.
In the all-stock deal, MakerBot is positioning to help 3-D printing 'lead the next industrial revolution.'
Modern Meadow aims to combine 3-D printing and tissue engineering to meet the world's demand for beef and leather.
Smaller, less expensive 3-D printers are unlocking the ability for more people to be part of the maker movement.
How the additive manufacturing trend could help you grow your business.
The 3-D printing visionary kicks off the 2013 South by Southwest Interactive Festival. His advice to entrepreneurs with a dream: 'Believe that it's possible.'
In his State of the Union address, the President talked about the need to supercharge U.S. manufacturing and gave a nod to this Midwestern town.
A trio of printing big shots weigh in on the growing trend.
Crafting a business on creative do-it-yourselfers.
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