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The Exiii Hackberry is a basic mechanical hand and forearm made from materials that only cost about $200. It’s designed to give amputees a cheaper alternative to prosthetics that can cost thousands of dollars.
A homemade machine from Boston area Mebotics can do both additive and subtractive manufacturing with 3D printing and milling capabilities. Follow reporter Nick Barber on Twitter @nickjb
3D printing is all the rage this holiday season. One company wants to make it easier to recreate objects using a 3D scanner.
We've got some tips on what to look for when you're buying your next printer, including tips on getting the best color inkjet multifunction peripheral.
Take the familiarity of a joystick control and blend it with a a pro-caliber CAD engine: You'll wind up with MakeVR, which helps non-designers build complex models.
What does the future hold for 3D printing? At the Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo, we saw a 3D printed guitar, 3D printing with sugar, and a full color 3D printer that uses paper.
3Doodler extrudes heated plastic, similar to a glue gun, allowing users to make a variety of objects.
Interested in 3D printing? Albert Filice tells you about his experience building a 3D printer and talks about where the market for 3D printing is headed.