You know you’re doing something right when MoMA likes your designs! We’re proud to announce that some 3D-printed pieces from the MakerBot Design Team have been chosen for a special collection at the MoMA Design Store called Destination: NYC — Made in the USA .
3D printing holds a lot of promise for creating, rather than buying what you need. One day you may be able to print your own car, your own footwear, and yes, a gun,… Read more: All items from The Legend of Zelda get 3D printed deer antler extract
A report from New Zealand’s 3 News shows big concerns about 3D printing are brewing in that Pacific nation. Minister of Customs Maurice Williamson has evidently learned about 3D printing technology and believes that:
Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online 3D printing is on the rise, and the options that this emerging technology allows us to have are endless. Now, a new project by WobbleWorks is trying to get off the Kickstarter ground with a new 3D printing pen
3D printing is all the rave in the tech world right now. Printers made by companies like Makerbot bring consumer’s ideas to life by crafting clothespins in a pinch, jewelery for a night out, or even an iPhone case.
We’ve expected this for a while, and now it’s actually happened.
There are many interesting things to see at Euromold if you’re into 3D printing, but perhaps the most noticeable is 3D Systems’ incredible “Cube Shop and Cafe”. Yes, it’s an actual bar, the first thing you see upon entering Hall 11, home of all 3D printing vendors at this year’s Euromold conference.
Cross country road trips and voyages to outer space have at least one thing in common — bringing along baggage is a hassle.