Gigaprize Goes to Magic Wheelchair for Amazing 3D Printed Wheelchair Costumes

When you love someone, you want everybody else to be able to see them as you do; to appreciate their beauty, personality, fun loving nature, or whatever other characteristics you…

3D Printing News Briefs: January 23, 2018

We’ve got a lot of business to cover in 3D Printing News Briefs today, starting with some big news from Dassault Systèmes – it has been recognized as the world’s…

Tough 3D Printing Puts Outdoorsy Spin on Rugged Icon Wheelchairs

Today, it often seems like anything should be possible with the advanced technology so many researchers, inventors, and designers have at their fingertips. And many innovations are allowing the disabled…

Middle School Students 3D Print a Wheelchair for a Special Kitten

As the owner of a one-eyed cat, I have a soft spot for animals that some might consider flawed or, well, a bit odd. So do the people at the…

New Commercial Showcases Paralympics Racing Wheelchair Custom-Designed by BMW Using 3D Technology

In just a few days, the 2016 Summer Olympics will be kicking off in Rio de Janeiro. A few weeks after they’re over, the city will host the 2016 Paralympics,…

Materialise and Designer Benjamin Hubert Create the World’s First 3D Printed Consumer Wheelchair

London-based industrial designer Benjamin Hubert and his design company Layer will be debuting the first working prototype of their new 3D printed consumer wheelchair to 2016 Clerkenwell Design Week. The…

Meet HU-GO, the Open Source DIY Low-Cost Wheelchair with 3D Printed Parts

Most able-bodied people don’t really understand exactly how expensive it is to be disabled in a world built for people who are not. I have heard several people, after reading…

#ToyLikeMe Campaign Drives the Creation of Dolls with Disabilities Line of Makies Dolls

Almost a year ago, I wrote a story for 3Dprint.com about The Makies a line of 3D printed, personalizable dolls. The dolls, which were first introduced in 2012, captured the…

Drive With Your Eyes: Eyedrivomatic 3D Printed Wheelchair Project a Brilliant Tool for ALS Sufferers

Patrick Joyce, Steve Evans, and David Hopkinson are all working on a project that will enable people who can no longer use their hands to operate their wheelchairs by eye movement,…

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