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These two women used rapid prototyping to cut down on costs when developing Eva, a hands-free couples vibrator.
In a world first, the oil-rich Emirates state of Dubai has announced plans to construct an entire office complex using 3-D printing.
Nigel Finch, director of 3D Medical, discusses the use of a 3D-printed titanium jaw joint in a recent corrective jaw surgery.
TeVido BioDevices is creating a 3-D-printed female nipple, after a surge in breast cancer mastectomies created a huge health-care issue.
Ng Heong Wah, associate professor at Nanyang Technological University, discusses when the three-wheeled vehicle "NTU Venture 8" could become commercially viable.
Easton LaChappell, CEO of Unlimited Tomorrow, explains how his company uses 3D printing technology to create and advance the making of prosthetic limbs.
P&G has started to explore 3-D bioprinting, which could provide a cheaper way to test products. The Financial Times reports.
Peter Beck, CEO of RocketLab, explains how the company uses 3-D printed rocket engines to put its small satellites into space at a much lower cost.
Kevin Lobo, Stryker CEO, weighs in on the company's quarterly results, and provides insight to company's bet on robotics.
The cello is one of five instruments designed and printed by Monad Studio. The 3-D printed instrument made its debut at the Inside 3-D Printing Conference in New York, along with a violin and bass.
Met Opera musician David Heiss tries out a 3-D printed cello at the Inside 3-D Printing conference in NYC. It's one of five instruments made by Monad Studio.
Keith Murphy, chairman & CEO of Organovo, explains how 3D bioprinting technology works in this week's "Shake It Up" - a weekly series on CNBC's "The Rundown."
Joseph Desimone, CEO & co-founder of Carbon3D, introduces the firm's "CLIP" technology, which is inspired by the T-1000 robot in the movie "Terminator 2."
BioBots offers plug and play desktop 3-D bioprinters that enable users to easily create functional biological structures, whether they're a researcher on the frontier of regenerative medicine, a high school student or somewhere in between.
Jordan Brandt, Autodesk tech futurist, explains how 3D technology is changing the way products are made.
Cheryl Martin, acting director of Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy, discusses innovation in automobile technology and how the energy industry is funding the venture.
Online shop served a cease-and-desist order from Katy Perry's lawyers for printing Left Shark figurines.
FMHR trader Jon Najarian manages a losing trade in Stratasys.
It's beyond state-of-the-art, says Stephen MacMillian, Hologic president & CEO, discussing advances and advantages of 3D mammography.
Create and consume. CNBC's Sara Eisen takes a looks at food produced by 3D printing.