Wikifactory’s Docubot Challenge Creates a Hardware Solution for Documentation

International startup Wikifactory, established in Hong Kong last June, is a social platform for collaborative product development. Co-founded by four makers, and until recently counting 3DPrint.com Editor-in-Chief Joris Peels as a member…

Imperial College London Launches Summer Hackathon, Full of 3D Printing Activities and Grants

Over the last few years, hackathons have been rapidly growing in popularity, giving the maker community around the world ample opportunities to tinker with multiple technologies, such as computers, augmented…

Russian Amputee Uses 3D Printed Lever to Set New World Record in Deep Sea Diving

3D printing is often called upon to help create assistive devices and prosthetics, so that people with disabilities and amputated limbs can still participate in the activities they enjoy. Earlier…

3D Printing News Briefs: July 7, 2017

Happy July! We’ve got a lot of news for you today in this week’s only edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, covering everything from 3D printers and hackathons to business…

Focusing on Software & Design: Materialise Malaysia Holds Second Hackathon This Year

Hackathons have become increasingly popular, and so much so that Materialise Malaysia decided to host the second one of the year, along with other events—especially those focusing on 3D printing. The…

Warner Bros. Employees Participate in 32-Hour Hackathon with Airwolf’s Axiom 3D Printer

As 3D printing continues to rise in popularity and capability, an increasing number of unexpected companies have taken unique approaches to get themselves familiar with this emerging technology. One of…

State College, PA’s Make Space Brings 3D Printing to Campus and Community

If you follow college football at all, then you know about Penn State University’s (PSU) team — the Nittany Lions. The team plays in NCAA Division I as a member of…

‘Think Inside the Icebox’ Hackathon: Winners Create 3D Printed Device to Calculate & Share Leftovers

Hackathons are a win-win all around from concept to the end result. Not only do age groups of all levels get a chance to work their brains hard under time…

BrainiHack 2015: Arduino Software & Brainwaves Run 3D Printed ‘Labyrinth’ Game

The 3D printed ‘Labyrinth’ takes mind games to the next level of fun, challenge, and — in this case — even winning awards. Participating in the Brainihack 2015 event hosted…

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