I’ve been reflecting on the history of 3D printing and had some thoughts about ease of use.
3D Systems seems to be building a bit of an ecosystem surrounding their medical venture.
Shapeways announced an advanced product creation service that links directly into their making engines.
As the Global Medical Business Development Manager of EOS North America, Laura Gilmour oversees more than 20 medical device OEMs and contract manufacturers using EOS technology around the world.
3D printer filament is often very high quality these days, at least from some manufacturers.
Robo has acquired a significant amount of 3D content to aid their venture into the education market.
Manufacturing platform Fictiv announced a comprehensive system for engaging with overseas providers.
This week’s selection is the practical “Maintaining and Troubleshooting Your 3D Printer” by Charles Bell.
I had a difficult thought today: what is to become of several specific 3D model repositories in the future?
Australia-Based Aurora Labs has been developing a powerful 3D metal printing system, but it turns out they’re also working on a metal powder system.
This week’s selection is the fun “Print Your Own Moon” by Instructables contributor 陳亮 (Liang Chen).
In many ways the evolution of 3D printers follows the path taken by automobiles.
3D printing offers tremendous advantages, but we don’t mention them as often as we should.
A new 3D printer filament proposes a much higher deformation temperature.
Authentise mentioned in their recent newsletter a relationship with EOS equipment, suggesting a significant move.
The automotive industry is a long-time adopter of 3D printing technology for prototyping and design purposes.
Aon3D is a Montreal-based company producing a high-temperature 3D printer.
I’m reading a report on a new concept called “autophage” rockets, and suspect it could use an application of 3D printing.
Italy-based Moi offers a unique style of 3D printing.
Sufferers of corneal blindness due to burns, diseases, and other misfortunes can see the light once again
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