Kristina Shea is Professor for Engineering Design and Computing in Mechanical and Processing Engineering at ETH Zürich.
MakerBot announced two elements of what appears to be an increased emphasis on the educational market.
Among numerous crowdfunded 3D printers currently running is one that might be of interest: the Protonium.
An interesting collaboration could result in one of the world’s largest 3D metal printers.
I’m trying out a new online service that hopes to enable makers to work together on open source hardware projects.
Leapfrog has announced a new flagship 3D printer, the Bolt Pro.
There’s been lots of bad news regarding inexpensive 3D printers appearing on Kickstarter, but there have been some successes, at least from the funding standpoint.
This week’s selection is the very useful “Lugger” by designer Tyler Panka, a.k.a. “Right2Make”.
Healthcare has been a huge focus for 3D Systems recently, and they’ve boosted it with the announcement of a new certification program.
A very large medical device development center is being set up in India, with 3D printing taking a big place in the venture.
We had the opportunity to sit down with the CEO of one of the most interesting 3D printing companies around today: Rize, Inc.
HP entered the 3D printing industry with a splash last year and its momentum doesn’t appear to be slowing down.
GE hinted at a new, large 3D print technology they’ve been developing called “ATLAS”.
Some readers may be unfamiliar with the concept of a startup accelerator, sometimes mentioned by new 3D print companies.
A surprise press release from Contour Crafting suggests the company is positioned to produce massive 3D building printers.
If you have a leather jacket that says SOLIDWORKS on one side and Class A Surfacing on the other, you are a TOTAL BADASS.
We recently had the opportunity sit down and chat with the new President of Ultimaker North America, John Kawola.
As interest rises in 3D metal printing, so do the metal powder material options for it.
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