If you like to tinker then this might be the printer for you.
While it requires more than a box of scraps, you can still be Iron Man with a simple 3D print.
Halloween is around the corner and a good costume could win you some prizes.
A South African maker has made some modifications to the Prusa i3 3D printer.
Already bought a single-colour, single extruder 3D printer? No problem, the Palette is an add-on that gives you more colours to play with.
If you wanted to pick up a 3D printer from HP, and you’re not a business, you’re sadly out of luck.
Want to get into making but find it impenetrable? House4Hack may have the solution for you.
Could a free app download paired with a $300 (R4 721) 3D printer be a replacement for buying new toys? Mattel thinks so.
What happens when you combine one of the world’s toughest cars with the RoboBeast 3D printer? You get the BeetleBeast.
3D prints in every colour you could imagine could be a possibility thanks to Apple’s latest patent application.
MIT”s new printer can print up to ten different materials, and it costs less than $7 000 (R93 000).
Great news for petrol heads and makers alike.
Radical new take on 3D printing uses air and water to make high resolution models.
Maker Faire showcases some of the best works from innovators across Africa in their quest to solve problems from their communities.
The Makerbot Mini is finally being carried by a South African retailer, just in time for Christmas.
In case you were wondering, you would need to know how to solder and what a 9 DOF IMU Beakout is
University of Sydney managed to develop a way to replicate blood vessels
After Robohand, Roboleg will help with leg amputees