Editors' pick: Originally published Feb. 8.
3D printing has been around for awhile, but it's just now starting to get really interesting, because 3-D printers are being used to make some cool novelty products and items you use everyday. We were wowed by the Blade, a prototype car with a chassis made with a 3-D pinter, and it got us searching for other cool 3-D products. Some of the products are useful, others are fun, and some are just weird...
3D Printed Medicine
UCLA has developed a new bioink for 3D printed pills. It's a glimpse into the future that will bring 3D printed medicines and, eventually, organs and tissues.
Imagine printing out a new sweater in 45 minutes. That's what retailers can do with this printer made by Shima Seiki and powered by Intel.
Why buy a drone when you can create your own? BonaDrone will customize a drone for you using 3D printing. It's called the Mosquito.
Butter is messy. But it doesn't have to be. This butter holder was designed using a MarkerBot 3D printer.
Humtown Products was one of the collaborators of this 7-foot, 300-pound Donald Trump statue in Ohio.