If there is one product that a Brit never leaves home without it’s an umbrella.
Although a conventional umbrella is fine if you have to dash out to get a sandwich or get to your parked car but what if you have to stand for
Al Dean jumps aboard a train bound for Newcastle with his lad, Jack. Their aim? To visit Europe’s largest Maker Faire to find out what the next generation make of the whole thing. Turns out it’s quite inspiring for all
With the ambition of creating the world’s lightest electric vehicle, three Stanford University engineering graduates founded Boosted Boards. Here they talk to Tanya Weaver about the process of bringing their invention to
The new compact Dell Precision T1700 SFF, pictured alongside two 24-inch Dell UltraSharp U2413 displays
Dell has launched two new CAD-focused workstations at opposite ends of the spectrum: an entry-level desktop machine and a
3D manufacturing has been touted as the new revolution in American Manufacturing — even by the President himself. Today, Brookyn-based MakerBot is promoting that Made in America hook.
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Generic computer mice can often be to big or too small, and for those using them every day it can cause some crippling problems.
Pyott Design have arrived at a solution using a simple 3D print, which creates a new tactile
Today we’re slapping on the fake tan, vajazzling our bits and conforming to every stereotype going as we live blog from Essex.
More specifically, we’re at IPF Ltd, one of the UK’s best multi-purpose 3D printing bureau
It’s no secret that Autodesk has staked its bet on the cloud as a key differentiator for its PLM 360 offering. Now the company is touting a partnership with ERP cloud provider NetSuite Inc., making closed-loop integration with
3D printing not only helped the collaboration of this design over 10,000 miles, but proved a cheap production method
A mechanical 3D printed hand, designed and produced using a MakerBot Replicator 2 desktop 3D printer has bridged