We encountered a lengthy video that details the challenges of 3D metal printing.
The sixth episode of Additive World takes place next month.
We had a sit-down with 3D Systems’ CEO Vyomesh Joshi and got a first-hand explanation of the companies moves.
Kwambio was quiet for quite a while, but now they seem very active; this week announcing a new 3D print material.
Even though we’ve barely begun 2018, it’s time to get psyched for 2019.
Sometimes it’s hard to figure out what might happen in the future, but perhaps we there is something now visible.
We continue our investigation of a brand new CR-10S desktop 3D printer.
We managed to acquire a brand new CR-10 and put it through some tests.
While the term “3D Printing” has become synonymous with creating physical objects
Stratasys announced a new partnership to help develop a fantastic 3D printed prosthetic, and it’s quite different from other ventures.
There seems to be a pattern emerging in the world of manufacturing services, at least from a 3D printing point of view.
There’s a dark secret about 3D metal printing that few want to talk about: print optimizations.
Named as one of the “25 Forward Thinkers Defining the Future of Fashion”
I saw something last week that shook me greatly: Live Parts from Desktop Metal.
While extrusion-based 3D printers have been around for decades, there is still the need for some exploration, especially when it comes to large-scale printing.
A new food service based on 3D printing is about to launch: Sweet Your Words.
This week’s selection is the surprisingly advanced 3D Printed Science Projects book by Joan Horvath and Rich Cameron.
This is something I’ve been interested in for some time: an inexpensive fume extractor you can make yourself.
I’m reading an interesting research report on Phys.org that describes a method of applying a surface finish to metal parts.
This week’s selection is the highly appropriate Starman 3D model by Thingiverse contributor Stephen Graybill, a.k.a Oranhunter.