A man in the U.S. is on his way to receiving a new skull cap thanks to 3-D printed polymers.
Say hello to the future of apparel: Burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese shows off a fully-articulated, 3D-printed dress made to conform and adapt to her body.
Hey, looking for an [insert thing here]? No problem! This 3D printing vending machine will happily provide you with as many [insert thing here]s as you want.
Technique mimics the look of injection molding.
Jim Kor is building a successor to his 3D-printed Urbee car, and he plans to have it driven across the U.S. with only 10 gallons of gas.
Most of us don't even have access to 3D printing technology, but that's not stopping MIT from finding a way to add a whole extra D to the mix.
Need a home in a hurry? This might be the one.
Researchers keep an eye on big fish species with special titanium tags.
A group of U.K. scientists are working to use stem cells to make 3D-printed replacement organs rather than relying on human donors.
A London-based architectural firm has decided to fix the problem of lunar colonies by throwing their printer at it. At the Moon, that is.