robots

Carter Hurd Builds a 3D Printed Battlebot

Carter Hurd is on the way to earning a degree in mechanical engineering at Ohio State University, where he’s a teaching assistant for the Fundamentals of Engineering Honors program. He works with…

The 3D Printed Pixel Collider Is One Thing While Being Another

Sebastian Morales Prado is a mechanical engineer in Chicago who, as he says, works to merge science and art. A graduate of the Illinois Institute of Technology, Morales now works…

No More Germs on the Counter! The 3D Printed Counterbot UVC Countertop Sanitizer is Here

Did you know that your kitchen countertop is probably dirtier that your toilet seat? It’s true, and studies have shown that there is more E. coli in your kitchen sink…

RoboSavvy’s Amazing New 3D Printed Humanoid Robot Utilizes Oculus Rift and a Segway for Control

I have said it once, and I’ll say it again. 3D printing and robots will continue their inevitable convergence, leading to completely custom robots which can perform virtually any human-like…

Meet Nellie, the 3D Printed Weed-Picking Robot

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again. 3D printing and robotics will continue to converge in the coming years, leading to mass customization of robotic devices which we…

XYZRobots — 3D Printable Supreme Robot Soldiers Launch at 2015 CES

As new applications emerge for 3D printing, the market will prosper. That’s the general ideology of many companies and their executives with whom I have spoken at CES this week….

High School Student Designs and 3D Prints Extremely Detailed 2 Foot Tall Robotic Sculpture

We have seen 3D printing and robotics go hand in hand quite a bit lately. Whether it is the 3D printing of robotic parts, or robots that do the actual…

3D Printed Zortrax Dancing Robots Tip Their Hats to KUKA

Moving in a synchronized ballet of 3D printed parts, Zortrax brings their flagship product to market with a real showstopper: their own 3D printed robots. Catering to designers and engineers, they…

MIT Researchers 3D Print Shape Shifting Materials, Could Lead to New Types of Robots

Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers, with the help of 3D printing, have developed a material that can switch between hard and soft. The material is described in a paper in…