From entry-level to professional-quality to sugary-sweet, XYZPrinting has a 3D printer for everyone at CES this year.
Based on user reviews from the 3D Hubs 3D-printing community, here are this year's highest-ranked 3D printers.
Hendo Hover is making the hoverboard real, with a Kickstarter project that could someday let you unleash your inner Marty McFly.
Here's metal more attractive: The Orbit 1 coats objects in metal, giving 3D printed objects extra flair or letting them conduct electricity.
Selling now on Kickstarter, the 3DPandoras costs $2999 and can print in multiple colors using its powder-based printing technology.
The MakerBot PrintShop app is a very entry-level tool for getting started with 3D printing on a MakerBot Replicator.
What 3D printer has the best print quality? A new report from 3D Hub based on consumer feedback puts the Form 1 at the top of the list.
NYC-based American Pearl uses digital modeling and 3D printing to turn recreate your old family jewelry from photos.
Tweak and print your 3D projects directly from Photoshop CC with Adobe's latest update to its Creative Cloud software.
With its two extruders, ease of access and sub-$1000 price range, the Cube 3 from 3DSystems makes 3D printing look good.
At $499, the da Vinci is the most affordable plug-and-play 3D printer we've seen thus far, with all the functionality new users need.
Less than $1000, the Cube 3 makes making easy with a simple design and a mobile app that lets you manage prints remotely.
The BI v2.0 3D Printer, recently launched on Kickstarter, offers the promise of building bigger objects, with finer detail, than competitors.
With its simple and modifiable structure, the Snap3D printer — now on Kickstarter — has something for both beginners and advanced users.
Novel 3D printer designed by college students has reached more than half of its Kickstarter goal in first week.
The Sense 3D Scanner uses Kinect technology to create 3D models for 3D printing. It doesn't work well with smaller objects, though.
Singtrix, a new karaoke machine from the creators of "Guitar Hero," can strip the vocals from any song and add harmonies on the fly.
Intrigued by Amazon's plans for drone delivery, hacker shows how to create a drone that will hijack other airborne drones — for less than $400.
French startup FabZat lets players get a 3D-printed copy of the characters they control in video games.
3D-printer manufacturer MakerBot has released a driver for Windows 8.1, and other companies are soon to follow.
A 3D-printer guru dreams of a giant, chocolate grandfather clock — but settles for candy bars with custom designs for now.
3D printers are starting to print in metal. The next step is printing in multiple materials, and designing software that can keep up.
Father-son team has developed a printer that squirts out droplets of molten metal, similar to how a desktop printer spits out ink.
Alternative 3D printing tech uses a projector and photosensitive liquid to make objects that can be very detailed and very tiny.
Dual lasers, 1,600 photographs and serious processing digitize an object in about 12 minutes for 3D printing or even adding to a video game.
3D printers aren't household items yet, but advancements in the field will give almost anyone the ability to produce their own creations.