If Santa had a high-tech workshop (and he probably does), he'd have these calipers, clamps, and other essentials.
Designed for Apple iMacs or Apple displays, this kit lets you sit or stand at your desk, but it comes with a case of the jiggles.
If you have a 3D printer, you can make a lot of really great gifts yourself, and there are plenty of services that will print them for you as well.
If you really want to scare the crap out of the neighbor's kids, you need a pumpkin with batteries!
Using the new software from Sixsense is sort of like playing a video game—except the goal is to create a 3D model.
The Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo hosted state-of-the-art hardware in San Jose last week—including printers that dished out candy confections, as well as objects made of paper.
Why pay someone to fix your broken iPad screen when you can just do it yourself? (Because it might be hard and not work well, but that's another story.)
Time-lapse video shows you the ins and outs of constructing a Printrbot Jr.
Assembling your own 3D printer can be quite the challenge, yet an exciting adventure. Here's what the building process looks like.
Your new 3D printer is sitting in the box just waiting for your attention. What do you do? How do you start? What do you need to know? Take a deep breath. There, now read on.
Cosmo Wenman wants to capture dozens of masterpieces in 3D so that anybody can freely print them at home, and by doing so help expand our cultural knowledge.
Take some transparencies, a standard inkjet or laser printer, and add an acrylic housing to get a super cool 3D effect that’s easily customizable.
Supporting all existing Arduino Due libraries and even shields, but coming with onboard Wi-Fi and nearly 100 i/o pins, the DigiX makes me wonder why you’d bother with a Due in the first place.
The LGND is a solid case, but there's nothing really unique about it other than the method of folding the cover.
The SurfacePad from Twelve South is a slim and elegant, albiet not very protective, case for your iPhone 5.
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