Cody Wilson, 26, made news when he uploaded plans for the Liberator – a 3D gun. It has been downloaded 100,000 times
Having lunch with the 14th Most Dangerous Person in the World is less scary than you might think. Unless you happen to have a morbid fear of hipster beards, Cody Wilson, a good-looking 26-year-old who blends with the crowd in the east
The MX-6 Evo mountain bike, sporting its 3D-printed titanium frame
Popular Science sat down with botObjects to ask some questions about their controversial 3-D printer. We left with some answers, and some new questions.
The healthcare industry is already making use of 3D printing technologies to print casts, tracheal splints, ears, prostheses, and even cells.
Designed to overcome the strength limitations of traditional 3D printed materials, the revolutionary Mark One 3D printer is the world’s first 3D printer designed to print composite materials. Now you can print parts, tooling, and fixtures with a high
The open-source construction system WikiHouse could upend architecture as we know it.
If you need more evidence that 3-D printing and additive manufacturing are viable business sectors, try this.
While some expectant parents are steadfast in their desire to conceal the sex until they see their newborn with their own eyes, others just can't wait.
There's a housing crisis going on around the globe. Populations are on the rise and city centers just can't meet the ever-growing demand.
We've seen a cornucopia of 3D food printers specialized for consumer and prosumer chefs, from the multipurpose Foodini to 3D Systems' ChefBot.
I've never owned a 3D-printed anything, so I leapt at the chance to spend a Shapeways gift card on myself and buy a new wallet.
Technology will see lunar soil layers built up in a pre-determined design System will work like a giant 3D printer using a nozzle and moveable gantry Could create curved walls and architecture that is 'exotic' and 'beautiful' Aside from buildings
3-D printing, getting more mainstream all the time
More pictures form the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 in Las Vegas, NV
No kidding, this thing is huge
After first catching our attention with its out-of-the-box Cubify 3D printer back in 2012, 3D Systems is again looking to make inroads beyond the hobby market with its family-oriented Cube 3.
3D printing promises that one day we may be able to print out goods in our own homes rather than popping down to the shops or ordering widgets online.
This year was rough. Really, for everyone it was just rough. Sometimes it feels like most of this 2013 was spent “debating” gun rights and gun control and the rest of the year just trying to find ammo.
Scientists have developed a method of 3D printing new skin cells onto burn wounds at Wake Forest University's Military Research Center. The method is far superior to traditional skin grafts because regular grafts require skin from a donor site somewh
If 3-D printers are ever going to live up to their promise as the factories of the future, they’ll need to do more than just pop out plastic doodads.
It's every geek's dream to say "I am Iron Man!" while roaming around the floors of a comic con taking pictures with all of the fawning fans.
Students at Cornell University have 3d printed one of the worlds first complete functional electronic devices from scratch with their new speaker.
It might be hard to believe, but 3-D printers are already passé. Sure, there’ll be a steady flow of cool hardware and neat materials in the years to come, but the reality is that low-cost 3-D printers are basically machines that are great at cranking
If you don’t regularly prepare your own food, is it because of the time involved?
Devices like the 3Doodler and SwissPen literally put 3D printing technology in the hands of consumers, but a new BioPen developed at the University of Wollongong in Australia is targeted at more skilled hands.
Last week, Philadelphia became the first city in the United States to pass a 3D-Printer gun ban.
With 3D printers dropping below the US$200 mark, the home 3D printing revolution appears to be getting into full swing, which is great ...
The ability to create a 3D printed organ and transplant it into a patient who needs it is something straight out of sci-fi. Someday, patients will be able to lie down on a massive 3D printer and have their new organs and tissues printed right into th
Philadelphia has become the first city in America to ban 3D-printed guns amid fears such bootlegged firearms could fuel a surge in violent crime.