Your daily dose of 3D Printing

Home > News

News

Startup of the month, Xometry: The one-stop shop for manufacturing on demand

Xometry

Each month the 3Dnatives team searches across the globe for the latest startups in 3D printing that are helping to revolutionize the industry as we know it. This month, we have chosen Xometry, a one-stop shop for manufacturing on demand for engineers and designers who are looking for custom-made parts from different ...

Read More »

OXYDO: A modern take on sunglasses

OXYDO sunglasses

OXYDO, an Italian sunglass brand, launched their latest collection a few days ago that uses the power of 3D printing to bring their designs to life. This new brand belongs to Safilo group, which was able to create their collection with the support of renowned Belgian 3D printing company, Materialise. ...

Read More »

Markforged launches two new industrial printers: the X3 and X5

Markforged x3 x5

In less than 3 years, American 3D printing company, Markforged, has managed to position itself as one of the leaders in the 3D printing industry, with their main mission being to make additive manufacturing more accessible to people and industries. Today, this is a mission that they continue to follow, with ...

Read More »

TOP 5 videos of the week: Space, ashes and more!

TOP 5 videos

A new selection of the best 3D printing videos of the week, just for you! Find our TOP 5 videos of the week below and tell us what your favorite video is in a comment or on our Facebook and Twitter page. Don’t hesitate to share your favorite videos of the week with us or ...

Read More »

Prevolve: The custom, 3D printed running shoes

Prevolve 3D printing

Prevolve is an American startup that is dedicated to the development of custom fit shoes, with the help of 3D printing. Based in Seattle, Washington, the company has just launched their first product: The BioRunner. their shoes are produced entirely using additive manufacturing and are printed in one piece. The ...

Read More »

Made In Space introduces latest project for 3D printing large structures in space

Archinaut TDM

3D printing is a technological trend that is not only designed to continue its developments on Earth, but to also span out to the vast spaces of space. Helping to do this is Made In Space, a Californian company and a frequent collaborator of NASA, who has decided to take ...

Read More »

Researchers from Oxford and Bristol 3D print high-resolution tissue

3D printed tissue

At the University of Oxford, researchers have discovered a new way to 3D print living tissue with lab-grown cells. While there have been other successes of 3D printing tissue, such as in Sweden, this latest development in England could pave the way for regenerative medicine and enable the creation of ...

Read More »

aRks 3D unveils their first collection of 3D printed bikinis

3D printed bikini

ARks 3D is a design studio in Sicily, Italy that has designed the first collection of 3D printed bikinis. Titled ‘Coral’, this new line of bikinis was inspired by both geometric and organic designs of the sea, and thanks to the customization offered by 3D printing, the bikinis are able ...

Read More »

TRUMPF develops a new metal coating system

TRUMPF EHLA

TRUMPF is defined by two keywords with their latest development: “faster” and “efficient”, after unveiling their new EHLA laser-metal coating system. This new system, which was developed by Fraunhofer Institute in Aachen, Germany, is 100 times faster than similar processes, opening new doors to the German company for series production ...

Read More »

Levi’s takes first steps into 3D printing with a 3D printed jacket

Levi's 3D printing

Levi’s, a clothing company who is best known for their jeans and jackets, has started a new development for the future of their clothing manufacturing that incorporates 3D printing technologies. In February of this year, the company unveiled a new brand philosophy that revolves around the sustainability of their products. ...

Read More »

TOP 5 videos of the week: Football, dresses and more!

A new selection of the best 3D printing videos of the week, just for you! Find our TOP 5 videos of the week below and tell us what your favorite video is in a comment or on our Facebook and Twitter page. Don’t hesitate to share your favorite videos of the week with us or ...

Read More »

Narbon 3D prints using the ashes of your loved ones

3D printing ashes

Ever thought of 3D printing using human ashes? It sounds a bit crazy, but Narbon, a funeral home located in Madrid, Spain, is doing just this. Using 3D printing’s versatility, Narbon is seizing the moment so to speak, in order to tap into a rather untapped industry with a mission ...

Read More »

BigRep’s latest funding round has reached “Double Digit” millions

BigRep Körber

The German start-up, BigRep, which specializes in large-format 3D printers, has announced that their latest funding round has reached the “Double digit” millions. Helping to reach the double digit amount is the family owned company, Koehler, the venture capital company Newten Ventures, the KFW Banking Group, and the venture capital ...

Read More »

UCF and UT win research award for their 3D printed Photon Funnels

UCF 3D printed

There is nothing that makes one prouder than viewing their alma mater in the news, especially for new innovations in 3D printing. Last month, the University of Central Florida (UCF) and the University of Texas at El Paso (UT) made headlines after winning a collaborative research award from the National ...

Read More »

The Gartner 2017 report on 3D Printing

Gartner 2017 3D printing

3D printing has been one of the most exciting new technologies for several years now, with its accessibility and popularity growing each day and with new technologies and processes being created constantly. However, do we really know what to expect from this technology? Every year, since 2005, the Gartner Research ...

Read More »

Mercedes-Benz 3D prints their first metal part for trucks

mercedes-benz 3d printed part

Recently, another milestone has been achieved in additive manufacturing, as the Stuttgart-based car manufacturer, Mercedes Benz, becomes the first company to rely on 3D printing to create metal spare parts for their trucks. Following a lengthy quality assurance process, the company is now ready to release their spare parts onto ...

Read More »

TOP 5 videos of the week: Levi’s, robots and more!

A new selection of the best 3D printing videos of the week, just for you! Find our TOP 5 videos of the week below and tell us what your favorite video is in a comment or on our Facebook and Twitter page. Don’t hesitate to share your favorite videos of the week with us or ...

Read More »

TOP 10 3D printable models for summer

3D printable models

Because summer is also a time to unwind, we have partnered with Cults to create our TOP 10 list of 3D printable models to help make your summer memorable! From accessories to essential items, our list will help you make the most of your summer with the customizability of 3D ...

Read More »

ECO 3D: The latest economic news in 3D printing for July

3D printing

Progress towards the future of 3D printing continues to grow, whether it be in the introduction of new, promising technologies, or within the production chain of a company who has implemented additive manufacturing to propel their production even further. In this month’s edition of ECO3D, 3Dnatives will be presenting you ...

Read More »

Danit Peleg unveils her fully 3D printed, customizable jacket

Coco Chanel once said: “In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different”. If there is a designer who has built their work around this saying it is Danit Peleg. Daring to be different, this young Israeli designer has just unveiled the first ready-to-wear piece fully 3D printed: a woman’s jacket ...

Read More »