Builder, the Netherlands-based manufacturer of some very large 3D printers, has established their US marketing strategy.
Recently, 3D printing stalwart Stratasys spun off not one, but two companies.
Atum3D made a very interesting move.
3D Hubs once again released their quarterly report today, and as always there are interesting observations.
Shapeways unexpectedly announced a rather large investment round today.
Before automobile technology even reached the point where two cup holders in a single car was an ovation inducing breakthrough
3D print reseller MatterHackers announced a new bundle featuring a more advanced device, the Pulse XE.
Stratasys announced a new material that has some very interesting properties.
I read with amusement an investment piece proclaiming the “best 3D printers”.
As Founder and CEO of It’s 3D Now! Fawn Medesha owns a 3D printing services organization
Apis Cor says they are the first company to produce a mobile construction 3D printer, and they may in fact be right.
3D printing technology is a wonder of the 21st century, but it’s still quite hard to create applications.
A company has introduced an attachment for desktop 3D printers to use pellets instead of filament.
This week’s selection is the detailed work, “A Hands-On Introduction to Topology Optimization” by Amir M. Mirzendehdel.
An interesting report by Context reveals the “top five” 3D printers.
The US Department of Defense has been using 3D printing in an unusual manner.
This week’s selection is “Orbit”, the amazing set of animated spinning tops by designer Tor Robinson.
One of the trickier aspects of operating 3D printers for hire is that of pricing prints.
Some interesting research at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University on 3D scanning may offer some very intriguing possibilities.
The 3MF Consortium announced a new feature that should have a significant effect on the use of 3D printing.
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