3d printing history

3D Printed Replica Bell From Ship, The HMS Erebus, Symbolizes Canadian History & Exploration

Among its many applications, 3D printing plays the exciting role of filling in mysterious gaps in history, giving actual form to things previously only imagined. That’s the case with the…

Drumlord’s 3D Printed “Black Chair” Blends Modern and Traditional Building to Replicate Historical Bardic Chair

3D printing’s intricate design potential has been realized in many artistic designs and projects already too numerous to count. I personally love any detail, craftsmanship, and design that announces that…

3D Printing Allows Man to Preserve & Replicate a Piece of Family History in Incredible Fashion

The way that this world works is that objects are built up, and then thanks in part to both Mother Nature and human interaction, they break down and return to the…

MakerBot Desktop 3.3 Follows Through with Print History Enhancement and More

MakerBot promised — and has delivered. Their enormous community of ‘makers’ keeps offering suggestions, and they keep listening. The result is that working with MakerBot products is as streamlined — and fun —…

A 20-Year-Old 3D Printed Object Emerges From the Dust at MIT

Although 3D printing technology has only very recently become a hot topic, garnering media attention, and progressing to a point where widespread adoption begins to make sense, the technology itself…