(Phys.org) -- A new 3D printing process developed at the University of Glasgow could revolutionise the way scientists, doctors and even the general public create chemical products.
The U.S. government wants to find out if 3D printing technology can help revolutionize American manufacturing.
A DIY pioneer explains why he dislikes 3D printing and points out problems with the maker movement.
Entrepreneur and fashionista Mary Huang uses 3D printing technology to manufacture unique and customized designs for her clients.
An American start-up company has a solution for people who want to eat meat, but don't want to harm animals either: 3D printed meat.
A mobile 3D printing lab can help deliver equipment to U.S. soldiers right on the battlefield.
... , known as Egyptian Paste (also known as Faience), could offer a potential process and material for use in the latest 3D printing techniques of ceramics, according to researchers at UWE ...
A NASA-backed 3D printing effort could lead to space manufacturing of huge telescopes or spacecraft.
High-tech tools such as 3D printing can helps us better understand fossils and long-dead organisms, writes Russell Garwood.
... Government needs a plan for the arrival of 3D printing, to ensure that the UK can reap the full economic benefits of this revolutionary technology and to address risks ...
... phones or television remote controls that can be produced with 3D printing, but that's it, they are invariably models that don't ... available programming libraries. A major advantage of using 3D printing is that sockets for connection to equipment such as interface ...
The U.S. government hopes 3D printing can revolutionize U.S. manufacturing in the former Rust Belt.
The inn where King Richard III stayed before his death in battle has been recreated as a 3D-printed miniature.
A global network of 3D printing companies cuts down on shipping costs and could put local manufacturing back in business.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan. 10 (UPI) -- Paleontologists in Brazil say a combination of CT scanning and 3D printing has taken the discovery and recreation of ancient fossils into the 21st century.