While some have taken the "make anything" power of 3D printing and created firearms, others are using the technology to help people in a major way.
With a little over 24 hours left on its fundraising campaign on crowdfunding site Indiegogo, Canadian startup Matterform has substantially surpassed its goal for its low cost 3D scanner called the Photon.
Editor's Pick 3D printing isn't just for making trinkets -- it can be a real moneymaker, as one entrepreneur has shown.
Could MakerBot's Bre Pettis and DEFCAD's Cody Wilson be the Bill Gates and Steve Jobs of 3D printing? Sounds crazy, but maybe it isn't.
MakerBot is moving into new turf with the Digitizer, a 3D scanner that will let you bring your physical objects into the digital world.
Editor's Pick 3D printing is moving fast, and existing copyright law is having a rough time keeping up.
In case you were curious about what Glenn Beck thought of 3D printing.
The bigger brother to MakerBot's Replicator 2 is all about inconsistency and experimentation.
Editor's Pick 3D printing exploded into the mainstream this year with a bunch of company news and unlikely new applications, from sex toys to guns.
With MakerBot giving the boot to 3D-printed gun designs, users have already created a new site to host the files.
With its new 3D photoboth MakerBot's bringing its 3D printing revolution to your face.
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While 3D printing will hit the mass market one day, MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis says that his company has to perfect the technology before opening it up to the average consumer.
Makerbot made a lot of big moves today with the announcements of its latest 3D printer as well as a New York City retail store.
If you’ve ever wanted the freedom to create 3D objects in your own home, look no further than the Bukobot.
The Bukobot is a Kickstarter project for an affordable (starting at $600) open-source 3D printer from Deezmaker. So far, the …
MakerBot is growing.
Emerging from its modest three-person founding, the 3D printing company is now 125 employes strong — and it needs some new office space.
Hence why Markerbot is moving to the MetroTech Center, a business and academic complex …
In the next few years, physical replicas of objects could feasibly be pirated if The Pirate Bay has anything to say about it. The notorious site has introduced a file category called Physibles, which is targeted at 3D printers.
3D printing company Shapeways is opening up its own production facility with a new $5.1 follow on of funding from Index Ventures and Union Square Ventures.
When I think of 3D printing, I am reminded of those old Sci-Fi shows …