3D Printing News
ZDNet tests inexpensive 3D printers for school kids.
More news on Robogami the easy to use origami robot creation software.
A deeper look at how Ford is using 3D printing to develop new cars.
Skriware, a company that makes 3D printing solutions for education, has partnered with Dartmouth Education.
Boeing has long been a 3D printing pioneer the company details here how it uses 3D printing.
Meanwhile, the company has also disclosed that 3D printing will save it over $300 million per year.
Vac U Max releases a new metal powder recycling machine for metal 3D printing. This kind of machinery that companies 3D printers and makes them more efficient is key to 3D printing becoming more cost effective.
3D Printables of the Week
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A quick printing star pendant.
Don’t have enough cup holders in your car? 3D print your own.
Is the Geo Pot your next plant pot?
An elegant spool holder.
3D Printing Videos of the Week
Lithopanes can be made out of photos and then turned into decorative items that disperse light while showcasing your holiday snaps.
Make shows us some CNC and 3D printed kinetic art.
Is the Robo R2 3D any good?
Ultimaker shows us how 3D printing can be used to make personalized shoes.
Thomas looks at 3D printing pens.
A nice idea, a noobs guide to 3D printing.
Flexible masks could be an amazing application for 3D printing.
3D printers could become indispensable teaching aids. This is a good example of how 3D prints can be used to explain how a transistor works.
3D Printing Research
Using 3D printed medical models can aid surgeries and medical education. But, how accurate are 3D printing technologies in making these models?
Bioinks could play a major part in bio printing. The paper addresses and looks at next generation bio inks.
What the Muggles are talking about…
Machine design looks at the first 3D printer.