DIY Printable Strandbeest

Theo Jansen is an artist who makes wild animated, wind-powered robots that seem to have a life of their own. Once you set them up on a beach and let them go, they undulate, slide, and coil across the

Now You Can Fabricate Your Own Strandbeest

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17x17x17 Puzzle Cube Makes Rubik’s Look Like Child’s Play

So, you’re a big Rubik’s cube buff. Can solve any cube in five minutes, think people who can’t are fools? Well, sounds like you need a new challenge. How about this 17x17x17 puzzle c

Shapeways Now Lets You Make Stuff Out Of Silver – Werewolves Beware

<img src="" />Are you getting a bum quote from your local silversmith for the creation of a silver knuckle duster? Me too. They just do

New wave of web services brings customization to commerce

<img src="" />For a long time, CafePress was the major player in customized product creation on the Internet. Slowly other sites sprang up

Ancient art of origami applied to complex fabrication techniques

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New customized Christmas gifts available from Shapeways

<img src="" /><a href="">Shapeways</a> are at it again, with an assortment of custo

The future of fabrication is here: Shapeways announces stainless steel printing

Sure you’re not going to make a Hatori Hanzo sword – yet – but Shapeways, a 3D fabrication service, has just announced stainless steel printing, allowing you to make steel objects as

Have a custom stylus fabricated! Monogrammed, Zelda-ed, whatever

<img src="" />I know, there's not a lot of room in the world for the stylus any more. Resistive touchscreens are on the way out, r

Contest: Would your Dad like some 3D printed metal cufflinks?

Good news, people with Dads or Dad analogs! Show Pop you care with Shapeways custom cufflinks. Shapeways can offer two winning CrunchGear/TechCrunch readers each a pair of the custom 3D printed metal

Shapeways rapid prototyping service enters the brass age

We’ve been in love with Philips off-shoot Shapeways for months now and the service just got nominally better. While you can still fab in plastic, today you will be able to fabricate the first 3D

Shapeways easy fabbing now lets you fab… photos?

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Shapeways easy fabrication's fabulous little objects

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Forget Crowd-Sourced T-shirts: Print Objects In 3D

So first there was the online creation of pretty simple items like business cards and T-shirts – businesses which cut out the old middle-man way of doings things. Soon there will be a way to cre