Need an introductory 3D modeling tool? MagicaVoxel is what you need.
Montreal-based Caboma has developed some intriguing software that could lead to more widespread personalized 3D printed items.
BEEVERYCREATIVE seems to be taking steps to transform their market direction.
For years, science fiction has portrayed images of robots and appliances catering to every need and whim of human managers completely automatically.
Desktop 3D printers are definitely not the safest machine you can have.
Artec annuounced a different kind of 3D scanner, the Artec Ray.
The more things happen, the more things are the same.
If you’re involved in the engineering of products manufactured globally, chances are you’ve been personally affected by SNAFU’s on an epic scale.
I’m reading material from Germany-based Multiphoton Optics and am staggered by the variety of applications.
We reviewed 3DGence’s F40 Industrial 3D printer a short while ago, and now they have another new product: the 3DGence DOUBLE.
Karen has studied biomaterials for almost 10 years during both her undergraduate career at MIT and graduate work at Stanford.
Big news today: Desktop Metal has launched a lawsuit against their prime competitor, Markforged.
Desktop Metal announced yet another huge investment yesterday.
Yesterday Madrid-based Microlay announced a very powerful desktop 3D printer for the dental industry: The Versus.
Manufacturing giant Siemens announced a huge expansion to their UK factory in Worcester.
This week’s selection is the exhaustive “Additive Manufacturing of Metals: From Fundamental Technology to Rocket Nozzles, Medical Implants, and Custom Jewelry” by John O. Milewski.
AON3D is a Montreal-based company manufacturing an incredible industrial 3D printer.
We ran into a new inexpensive 3D printer that supposedly will be launched later this year, the PlyBot.
This week’s selection is the detailed Desktop CT and 3D Scanner by Instructables contributor JBumstead.
Prototyping has long been a key application for 3D printing, but here’s a new approach.
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