Though 3D printing was officially invented in 1984, the concept of copying and recreating something three-dimensional still comes across to some as something th...
The Singaporean startup is looking to take its product to more markets, while it’s started shipping to backers.
Ecommerce may hog the headlines, but the startup scene in India is taking on the many-splendored hues of a diversified ecosystem.
Pirate3D has suspended operations, and is now raising money to claw its way back.
Just two years ago, 3D printing was unheard of in Cambodia. Two Cambodian-American brothers are working hard to change that.
Having been “involved” with the consumer space of 3D Printing (“3DP”) for the last two years, the road of discovery – or more accurately distinguishing between ...
The Shanghai-based startup designs and produces 3D-printed press-on nails and then sells them around the world.
The startup is getting closer to bringing its product to market.
Bhabha entered the profession accidentally. Now he’s not looking back.
Makerspaces are where designers, tinkerers, and crafters meet. Cutting-edge tools accelerate prototyping, and awesomeness ensues. Jakarta now has several of the...
Singapore continues its push to modernize the economy. Startups can benefit from this.
Despite the setbacks, Pirate3D has raised more money from investors, and it won't stop with the current round.
CreoPop is believed to be the first to develop a pen-shaped 3D printer with resin ink. The funding will help it tide through any manufacturing setbacks.
The three-storey, 3D-printed luxury mansion covers an area of 1,100 square meters (11,840 square feet).
Freelancer.com data suggests that freelancers should look to the booming 3D printing and internet of things industries for more lucrative work.
A Japanese artist was arrested in Tokyo for distributing 3D printer data that could be used to print her private parts.
It has magnetic ink, ink that changes color based on temperature, as well as ink that conducts electricity, stretches, or even glows in the dark.
Japanese 3D printing service Kabuku has announced $2 million in series A funding led by CyberAgent Ventures.
In personalization of jewelry, since some geometrically complex designs can only be achieved by 3D printing.