Cubify has launched a range of free-to-download shoes designed by Janne Kyttanen that can be printed overnight at home.
Energize! Cubify will put your mug on a "Star Trek" figurine in classic uniform, with your choice of rank, pose, and shirt color. Red shirt, anyone?
The march of the CES-announced 3D printers continues.
Right now, in an industrial Brooklyn neighborhood, a new breed of robots is coming to life. It's just part of MakerBot's plan to bring 3D printing to life for everyone.
With the acquisition, the 3D printing giant gains access to a new customer base, one that is familiar with personalized 3D creations and primed to buy many other types of products.
After two major announcements at CES, what's next for 3D printing?
3D printing had a coming-out party of sorts at CES, but it's not quite ready for widespread adoption.
3D Systems' Cube 3D printer challenges MakerBot in bringing user-designed objects into the real world.