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Superlab opens in New York

A new 3D printing ‘Superlab’ has opened at The State University of New York at New Paltz and will focus on students and the Hudson Valley business community. It is one of the most advanced 3D printing facilities in the country and [...]

Hungarian schools to be equipped with 3D printers

2016.06.01., Budapest - The Hungarian '3DTECH in Schools' program takes a huge leap forward by welcoming CrafUnique, Hungarian 3D printer manufacturer and Leopoly, online 3D modeling software developer on board. With this turn the [...]

Weekly Series: Redesigning history, let the kids run free

The chance to hold a piece of history in our hands in the form of a plastic model, but an interesting trend has emerged. One of the greatest ways to boost engagement with our past is to give people the chance to redesign it. The V [...]

3Dp Model Railroad in San Diego

Recently San Diego Model Railroad Museum opened its doors to a new education program for 3D printing! There, you can learn the basics of 3D software design and 3D printing techniques in a multi-day workshop. The workshop teacher, [...]

Students launch rocket with printed engine

A team of students at the University of California San Diego beat some of the world’s biggest space agencies and launched a rocket with a 3D printed engine on May 21st. The university’s Students for the Exploration and Development [...]

AB3DLabs Launches 2D to 3D Printing App

AB3DLabs believe that 3D printing and design will flourish in mainstream culture with the right tools, and they want to bring them to you. With the introduction of level based apps to help guide users through the difficult 3D educ [...]

3D printed hand puts the ball back in play

Prosthetic limbs are designed to improve the patient’s quality of life but, even with the rapid advances in prosthetic technology, there are limits. Replacement arms and hands are generally built to be robust and stand the test of [...]

Win a bq LABS 3D Printer with BBC micro:bit and MyMiniFactory

What is Micro:Bit? Over the last few months the BBC micro:bit - a mini computer designed to teach youngsters how to code - has been delivered to over 800,000 school kids across the UK. Before the end of the year, this amazing devi [...]

From drum and bass to tables and chairs

A former DJ in Dundee has swapped the decks for art and design with his own line of furniture that will take pride of place at the University of Dundee Art, Design and Architecture Degree Show. Jon Christie has adopted 3D printing [...]

Printed bone joint replacements on the horizon

A team led by a mechatronics engineer has found a way to push the boundaries of 3D printing and replace bones and joints with 3D printed versions that actually graft to the existing bone.   Mihaela Vlasea graduated from the U [...]