News and Articles About 3-D Printer
Will there be a 3-d printer in every home? A handful of industry insiders predict how we will be interacting with 3-D printing in the next few years.
New York artist Rachel Goldsmith launched her professional career working with water-based and permanent inks but her recent work with the 3Doodler pen has opened up new horizons for her.
With the newest at-home machines, chefs can decorate their culinary creations with sugar art.
Just think, you can print up the house of your dreams for less than the cost of other new homes.
Dilek Sezen used to spend months designing each of her high-end earrings, bracelets and necklaces. Then, she discovered the 3-D printer.
French designers Nelly Zagury and Célia Elmasu revealed their first 3-D printed jewelry collection at a runway show in New York City this spring.
As part of 3-D Print Week in New York, a group of 12 design teams came together to showcase their futuristic work.
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Faith Lennox's breakthrough prosthetic 'robohand,' molded in her favorite colors, was printed and assembled in less than 24 hours, but 3-D printing gave her much more than a hand.
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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.
AIO Robotics has developed a compact, all-in-one 3-D printer/copier/scanner/fax machine. Yes, all that in one small package.
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.
The company hopes this new desktop computer, called Sprout, can rekindle industry interest.