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3D printing comes to the kitchen, as developers experiment with printing meals to please palates and combat food waste.
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.
The 3Doodler, a sort of handheld 3D modeler, extrudes heated plastic that can be shapped into a variety of objects
3Doodler extrudes heated plastic, similar to a glue gun, allowing users to make a variety of objects.
Now that 3D printing's becoming more popular, the rush to curtail copyright infringement begins.
Window's new 3D printing integrations points to Microsoft betting that 3D printers will become a ubiquitous desktop accessory.
After showing off 3D printing capabilities at three Microsoft locations, demos of MakerBot's device are expanding to 15 other stores around the U.S. It's part of an effort to show off the 3D printer support coming with Windows 8.1.
It's all here: New chips, great phones, innovative hardware. And the year's far from over yet.
It's only one study, but perhaps you should use your fancy new toy in a well ventilated environment.
Samsung announced today two small-office color-laser products that will have near-field communication built-in for printing from mobile devices.
Google's new Cloud Print driver for Windows lets any program play nice with the company's stellar print-anywhere service.
Microsoft researchers are developing ways to hide embedded tags within 3D printed objects, as a way of identifying them. Meet "InfraStructs".
The 3D-printed gun has done the 3D-printing industry a service by demonstrating the broad promise of the technology, says Avi Reichental, president and CEO of 3D Systems.
University scientists have developed a way to use 3D printing to create structures and wires made from liquid metal.
Brother's MFC-J870dw looks like any other mid-priced color inkjet multifunction, but it has a hidden, unique feature: near-field connectivity, for touch-and-go printing with NFC-equipped mobile devices.