The increasing popularity of the amazing 3Dwox desktop 3D printer from Sindoh tells me readers may be interested in two subtle updates about the device.
Some believe the boom in 3D printing has led to new jobs, and indeed it has. But what kind of jobs are they? I made a list.
A while ago we posted a short piece wondering what the heck happened to the very popular Netfabb Basic software. Now, there’s an answer. A few actually.
Italy-based Kentstrapper announced a powerful new desktop 3D printer, the Verve.
For most businesses, the hype of the 3D printing industry was an opportunity to innovate with new technology and make a few bucks, or vice versa depending on which was prioritized.
Concept Craft is a relatively new Poland-based 3D printing startup that’s developed the GEMform, a desktop 3D printer.
Tinkerine announced two new educational offerings that will help encourage students to take further steps into 3D printing and related disciplines.
I’m reading a story on the recent struggles of the luxury watch industry and wondering how 3D printing could assist.
Trimble sent out an email earlier announcing my.SketchUp and, as you can imagine, it looks just like SketchUp–a wide open modeling area, simple interface and east-to-use tools.
Every week I receive multiple notices from small 3D printer filament companies looking for a way to promote their products.
A concerned reader has suggested additional reasons why it’s so challenging for industry to adopt 3D print technology.
The new Mark X from Markforged includes a unique and very necessary feature.
Zak Wilson spent eight months in a Mars simulator, where he did a great deal of 3D printing.
Multi-color - or indeed multi-material - 3D printing just got a little bit easier with a new deal between Type A Machines and Mosaic Manufacturing.
Today Ultimaker launches a new model in their lineup: the Ultimaker 3 desktop 3D printer.
While I was at the TCT show in Birmingham last week, I got to spend some time speaking with Shane Nelson, who has been leading Zinter (previously Ion Core) since 2014.
Remember the ColorPod? The kit that converts a plastic 3D printer into a powder 3D printer? Now they print edible objects, too.
Titan Robotics announced plans to incorporate a pellet-fueled extruder on their massive Atlas 3D printer.
This week’s selection is the “brutal” “Caesar Pencil Holder” by Thingiverse contributor Kevin “Abrokadabra” of Buffalo, New York.
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