3D Printing for COVID-19, Part Four: Corporate Partners

As small 3D printing businesses and individual users jump at a chance to support efforts to manufacture critically needed medical supplies, larger corporations also see opportunities to lend aid. Among…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — May 7

This week’s news covers awards, appointments, new 3D printing facilities and services, and a shoutout to 3D printing from a Google parent company executive. Divergent 3D has received a tech award…

3D Printing Revitalizes Montessori School’s Hands-On Alphabet Set

Danish expat, Washington, D.C.-area resident, and maker Mathias Hansen put his many tech-related skills to work in the interest of making learning the alphabet more fun for young Montessori school…

EPLVLEREPRAETERITORVM: 3D Printing Pulls a Dead Language from the Dust

EPLVLEREPRAETERITORVM: 3D Printing Pulls a Dead Language from the Dust

June 24, 2015

EPLVLEREPRAETERITORVM. No, it’s not the latest incantation to be uttered by the great Harry Potter or a snippet of mischievious Middle-Earth Elven (or even a Klingon curse), although it is…

Amazingly, Every Letter of the Alphabet & Every Number is Depicted in This 3D Printed Pendant

One thing that I have noticed over the past year is what I call the 3D-ified versions of previously 2-dimensional objects coming about through the use of 3D printing technology….