Panthers Player May Wear 3-D Printed Brace For Super Bowl 50A linebacker for the Carolina Panthers could be the first NFL player to use a 3-D printed brace if he plays in Super Bowl 50 this Sunday at Levi's Stadium.
Researchers At UC Berkeley Create 'Bloom' -- First Ever 3-D Printed Cement Structure That Stands 9 Feet TallIts being hailed as an three-dimensional architectural first, a feat that takes printing from the prehistoric days of paper and toner into the Jetsonian age. Its name is 'Bloom.'
Click 'n' Ride! Custom Car Made With 3-D Printer Wows At Detroit Auto ShowOne of the more intriguing cars on display at the Detroit Auto Show didn't roll off an assembly line. It was mostly built using a 3-D printer.
California Company Says They Are Making Progress Toward 3-D Printed Liver Tissue A California-based company said they are making progress toward creating liver tissue using a 3-D printer, the company’s CEO announced Wednesday.
College Students Help Build 3-D Printed, Military-Grade Drone Using Off-The-Shelf ComponentsA group of engineering professors and college students have come up with a 3D-printed drone for the U.S. Department of Defense.
Berkeley Tech Firm Makes Anyone An Action Hero With 3-D PrinterUsing a 3-D full-body scanner and 3-D printer, a Berkeley company wants to turn you into an action hero.
Silicon Valley Firms Help Bring 3-D Printing MainstreamOnce a science-fiction fantasy, three-dimensional printers are popping up everywhere from the desks of home hobbyists to Air Force drone research centers.
UC Berkeley Vending Machine Gives Public Access To 3-D PrintingThere's a new vending machine on the UC Berkeley campus, but it'll be of no use to students during a midnight snack attack. The Dreambox is a 3-D printing vending machine, the first of its kind.
Weapons Made By 3-D Printers Concern Gun Control AdvocatesAt least one group, Defense Distributed, is claiming to have created downloadable weapon parts that can be built using the increasingly popular new-generation of printer that can create 3-D objects with moving parts.
Technology Explored To 'Print' Working Guns At HomeThere's a new way to build a gun that metal detectors can't detect. The legal, and unregulated, technology is allowing for the manufacture of plastic guns that will be able to fire real bullets.