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Nick Hall
Nick Hall
Nick is a freelance journalist who has covered the cut and thrust of Formula One and the technical side of the supercar industry for the likes of The Sunday Times, Automobile and Penthouse on these shores, Tatler and The National in Dubai. After finally driving an F1 car there was nowhere left to go, so now he is here!

Adidas has given a bonus to every one of its sponsored athletes that have won a medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. As well as the adulation of the crowd and the money that tends to follow success, they’ll also get a 3D printed pair o [...]

Future construction sites could use recycled plastic and combine pre-fabricated elements with tailored on-site work with robots, according to a new paper from the AA School of Architecture. Of course, 3D printing lies at the heart [...]

A car enthusiast turned to her local robotics club, after finding out that a spare part for her car would cost much more than simply making a new one. Yellowknife resident Jan Fullerton is the proud owner of a 1992 Toyota Celica G [...]

Stanford University has found a way to use 3D scanning and printing to study rocks that we cannot possibly hold in our hands. Their research has been published in the journal, Science. It’s a relatively simple concept in truth, bu [...]

The Cetus 3D printer is about to go live on Kickstarter and its small footprint means you can find a place for this diminutive creation on most workbenches. It’s also completely portable and you can hack it, so for the engineers a [...]

Electroloom, which made what it claimed was the world’s first 3D fabric printer, has closed its doors. The company founders have tried in vain to raise more funds and have finally raised the white flag. The company launched on Kic [...]

The 2016 Rio Olympics has proudly displayed its logo, but have you noticed anything different? It’s the first Olympic emblem to be produced in three dimensions. Inevitably 3D printing played a part, but the designers couldn’t simp [...]

The QB50 project is about to launch 3D printed plastic satellites into the thermosphere. It's part of the most comprehensive study ever produced of the solar flares and storms that take place when the Northern Lights dance across [...]

The world’s greatest ever Olympian, Michael Phelps, has enjoyed the support of 3D printing through the 2016 Rio Olympics.   As a swimmer, there isn’t so much that a 3D printer can do for Phelps in the pool. But he is sponsored by [...]

BMW has turned to the magic of 3D printing to restore Elvis Presley’s BMW 507 to its former glory after it was found in a state of disrepair in a pumpkin farm. This is a car that had a rich history even before The King took the wh [...]