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Building anything, anywhere starts with this 3D printer

This solar-powered 3D printer fits in a suitcase and can replicate itself or print parts to build an even larger 3D printer.

By October 14, 2014

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Modern magic: World's first 3D-printed castle

A man in Minnesota built a 3D printer and used it to make a beautiful castle rise from the earth layer by layer. There's no dragon -- yet.

By August 28, 2014

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BigRep 3D printer can print whole pieces of furniture

A brand new 3D printer has arrived on the scene with the biggest print bed of any consumer model -- large enough to print small pieces of furniture.

By February 20, 2014

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NASA-funded 3D pizza printer debuts at SXSW Eco

It's not quite 3D-printed meat, but a 3D printer funded by NASA can print and cook mini pizzas while you wait.

By October 10, 2013

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When 3D printing goes bad

A hilarious Flickr group catalogs the various whoopsies of 3D printing. Sometimes when it fails, it manages to do spectacularly.

By August 15, 2013

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Maplin sells first 3D printer for £700

You can create your own 3D-printed marvel from next week as high-street gadget shop Maplin sells its first 3D printer for £700.

By July 1, 2013

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Amazon builds section for 3D printing supplies

Online retail giant dedicates a section of its online store to selling 3D printers and supplies in another step toward the devices becoming mainstream.

By June 14, 2013

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BotObjects 3D printer promises huge leap forward, draws skeptics

In an interview, BotObjects founders Mike Duma and Martin Warner stay tight-lipped about the groundbreaking claims for their new 3D printer, but they swear it's for real, and that we'll have more details soon.

By May 10, 2013

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How to polish your 3D-printed objects

Using items you can find around the home or at a hardware store, here's how to polish your 3D-printed objects to a glossy smoothness.

By March 6, 2013

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Pulling back from open source hardware, MakerBot angers some adherents

What happens when a prime example of the open-source hardware movement locks down its products?

By September 27, 2012