Protos offers custom eyewear based on an individual's facial measurements and dimensions. The eyewear owner will get a 3D printed frame which is tailored to fit his or her unique facial structure.
The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, along with FUJIFILM, have developed a 3D printing project that creates premium replicas of Van Gogh masterpieces.
In a series of advertisements for Mazda, Bre Pettis of MakerBot is deemed of the GameChangers of our time.
A Michigan Technological University researcher has determined that the typical family can already save a great deal of money by making things with a 3D printer instead of buying them off the shelf.
Oxford Performance Materials (OPM) has received a contract from Northrop Grumman for the development of a patented polymer for use in aerospace applications.
Arcam is the recipient of a European Union research grant to develop a Fast EBM (Electron Beam Melting) technology for 3D printing.
Shapeways is offering a 10% discount on all White, Strong and Flexible models through Monday.
Building 3D models from multiple 2D images captured from a variety of viewing positions is nothing new, but doing so for highly detailed or cluttered environments at high resolution has proved difficult because of the large amounts of data involved.
There are still a few days to visit The McDonough Museum of Art at Youngstown University's Center for Contemporary Art and see an exhibit devoted to "Ingenuity in 3D Technology."
Following GE Aviation's successful experimentation with making jet engine parts via 3D printing, other GE units are getting in on the act. GE Power and Water recently acquired a laser printer that is five times as powerful as the GE Aviation machine and can work with two lasers at the same time.