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Dutch Design Label Freshfiber Launches New Collection of 3D Printed Nylon Lamps

Dutch lifestyle brand and design label Freshfiber has long been on board with 3D printing applications in the consumer goods market – it’s been selling 3D printed products in its…

CyBe Construction Hopes to 3D Print Small Meeting Structure in Amsterdam

Big talk is common within 3D printing, simply because of the big potential. From epic projections regarding faraway colonization on Mars to giant developments, there have been many promising concepts,…

MX3D’s 3D Printed Bridge Project Takes One More Step Closer to Completion

In Amsterdam, as the Oudezijds Achterburgwal canal winds through the city, a series of more than 1,000 bridges are in place to help pedestrians get from one side to the other….

Kickstarter Campaigns: It’s All About Personalization in 3D Printed Medicine and Jewelry

When I was growing up, I hated drinking milk, and so had to take these giant, brown, disgusting calcium pills every night with dinner. My mother used to call them…

Using Trash to 3D Print a Path to Better City Living

At least ever since the birth of alchemy, the dream has always been to be able to turn something worthless and common into something valuable. I’ve been desperately casting about…

3D Printed Steel Pedestrian Bridge On Track for Amsterdam Installation in 2018, Research Team To Test and Analyze Structure

There are concrete 3D printed bridges, and bridges 3D printed out of modified plastic. Now, we’re one step closer to seeing a first-of-its-kind bridge built by robots and 3D printed using…

3D Printing News Briefs: October 24, 2017

We’re kicking off today’s 3D Printing News Briefs with some 3D printing healthcare news, followed by a little business and then some unique 3D printed objects. A new collaborative Printing…

Amsterdam: Redesign and Machine Learning Will See MX3D Complete 3D Printed Bridge Next Year

MX3D is famous for a unique 3D printing process that not only extrudes filament straight into thin air but is industrial strength too. With no need for support structures and…

3D Printing on Kickstarter: A Fast Filament Extruder for Less than $1,000 and 3D Printed Houses to Match Your Own

With deep roots in maker culture, 3D printing endeavors often find themselves turning to crowdfunding, and Kickstarter has been a mainstay in funding new companies, technologies, and projects. We often…

3D Printing News Briefs: July 14, 2017

It’s Friday, so we’ll start off today’s 3D Printing News Briefs with something interesting to roll us into the weekend, then move right on to 3D printing business news and…

Fighting Chaos with Software: Printr Seeks to Offer Custom Solutions in 3D Printing

As superhero movie after superhero movie hit our screens (I finally watched Batman v Superman on my flight home from the UK a week ago), we all become familiar with supervillainous phraseology, especially…

DUS Architects Constructs 3D Printed “Urban Cabin” in Amsterdam

All around the world, from China to Slovenia, an increasing number of architecture firms, construction companies, and even ambitious makers are turning to 3D printing technology as a tool to build…

Plastic Madonna Sculpture Hits the Beach in Rio de Janeiro

Of all the current threats facing humanity in the present day, nothing seems more imminent than the prospect of climate change, a drastic and ongoing effect that us humans have…

The Top Five 3D Printing News Announcements Today at Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016

Just one week after the inaugural In(3D)ustry exhibition in Barcelona, 3D printing professionals, engineers and manufacturers flocked to Amsterdam for the Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016 Expo, also a first for the ever-growing 3D printing industry.

Exclusive Photos: Zortrax Makes Something BIG with New M300 3D Printer

Dozens of the biggest names in professional 3D printing turned out for the first edition of Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016 today, taking place in the bustling tech city of Amsterdam. While the exhibition floor was packed with newest-edition 3D printers, filaments, product demonstrations and more, one particular booth stood distinctly apart: Zortrax.

Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016: Photos from Amsterdam

Additive Manufacturing Europe is happening this week, running today, June 28th, through the 30th in Amsterdam. 3DPrint.com’s Eddie Krassenstein, one of our co-founders and now heading our advertising team, is on the…

The Landscape House Now Underway, 3D Printed by Massive Free-Form Robotic 3D Builder

For nearly every relevant application, the benefit of using robots is that they will do tirelessly do things that we can’t—or just really really don’t want to—do. From the most…

Sex, WiFi, & 3D Printing: The Secrets to Happy Robot Reproduction in Amsterdam

“…And a robot is born.” Remember that part of your heart reserved solely for fluffy kitties, furry puppies, and sleepy hedgehogs? Tell everyone to scooch over—that’s right—and make some room…

On Kickstarter Now: 3D Print the Difference with Reflow Recycled Filament & Help African Wastepickers

3D printing is a technology, science, and art that revolves around materials—and with continual and amazing innovations also comes the constant concern of environmental impact. How can we best deal…

Amsterdam Stock Exchange Disrupted – In a Good Way – By 3D Printed Robot

At the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, each day is begun with the sounding of a gong to mark the official start of the trading day. On April 21, the day began…

Cagey, Lovely & Strong! Amsterdam Designer Perfects New Es-Cage Method in 3D Printing, Offers Tutorials

Erik Es of Amsterdam is really onto something. In a world that’s growing ever more full of knickknacks and tchotchkes thanks to a multitude of different manufacturing processes and crafts—as…

3D Printed Itty Bitty Pretty City of Lights by Ittyblox

There’s something almost irresistible about the ability to hold a skyscraper in the palm of your hand…maybe it’s the feeling of power that you wield over its diminutive inhabitants, or maybe…

Designer Creates 3D Printable, Wearable Cities Through Shapeways

After graduating from college, I spent a year pursuing a Master’s Degree in Dublin, Ireland. While I loved the city, the highlights of my time overseas were the inexpensive flights…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — July 25, 2015

This week’s uncovered news is more about hardware, services, and accessories for 3D printing than 3D printed items. But we begin with one great project, a 3D printed bicycle safety induction light…