A Japanese company will 3D scan your entire person and print a miniature full-colour replica.
DRM has been used to prevent illegal copying of games, music, movies, and e-books. Next up could be 3D printing.
One Toronto based company aims to bring 3D printing to households everywhere.
Thanks to modern technology, a seriously injured bald eagle gets a second chance at life.
What happens when a soldier on the ground discovers a flaw in a piece of equipment? You print a part to fix it right on site.
A Japanese company creates 3D prints of your unborn fetus
Thanks to a 3D-printed exoskeleton, 4-year-old Emma Lavelle is now able to use her arms.
Someone has created part of an M16 assault rifle using a 3D printer and when it was put together with an off-the-shelf upper .22-calibre pistol receiver, successfully fired hundreds of rounds.
For years, Titanium has been used by dentists and surgeons in oral implants…but never quite like this!