The designer behind the original orange-armed gravity-defying 3D printer returns with a new design that has steel in its veins.
Need some extra chairs for a party? Just push a button and wait, and this remarkably gigantic and affordable 3D printer will make it happen.
It also prints in fiberglass, for those of you'd rather have a boat.
They aren't quite made of ticky-tacky, but these little boxes will definitely all look just the same.
Actually, maybe we should make that workbench-top.
The RepRap Wally and Simpson seen at this year's Maker Faire allow more range in 3D-printed object sizes. Look Ma, no rails!
When it comes to quick 3D printing, four heads are better than one.
With the push of a button, ZEUS can duplicate simple objects, as long as you don't care what they're made of.
This alien 3D printer will make the food of your dreams
Most 3D printers are limited by the size of their build platform, and all but one are beholden to gravity.