New Zealand’s Lance Abernethy is back with another impossibly tiny 3D-printed power tool that’s powered by an equally small hearing aid battery. A circular saw that's small enough to swallow. Read More >>
A typical 3D printer layers melted plastic to build up a solid object, but what happens when you swap plastic for fabric? You’ve got a machine that can create objects that are soft, deformable, and cuddly.
While the wider world tries to figure out exactly why every home needs a 3D printer, the International Dental Show in Germany has served up these terrifyingly real-looking set of teeth, created by a brand new dental 3D printer in a single run. Read More >>