This week there’s an important conference for 3D printing: LMT LAB DAY.
Call me surprised, but Ultimaker is moving ahead rapidly.
I’m reading a press release from SMARTTECH and noticed a common pattern in the industry.
Metals. Humans have been developing innovative ways to use these electric-conducive, often shiny, malleable materials for centuries.
When we wrote on 3D Systems’ strategy a few days ago, we didn’t realize it would unfold this quickly.
Italy-based Kentstrapper introduced a very attractive new option for their popular Mavis desktop 3D printer: independent extruders.
I have no idea how I missed this, but there is another free method for repairing broken 3D models.
Always one for ingenuity, Eric Strebel puts his industrial design expertise to good use even with the simplest of tasks.
Aerospace has long been interested in 3D metal printing, but it seems a milestone may have been hit.
A project in Dubai is to print habitable villas to be actually occupied by residents.
A 3D metal printing service recently quadrupled its capacity.
Nicole Wake, a PhD candidate in biomedical imaging at the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences at NYU School of Medicine, is investigating the intersection of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), 3D printing, and medical practice
Australia-based Aurora Labs has published their roadmap for ultra-fast 3D metal printing.
There’s a bit of a craze underway with several people exploring the process of 3D printing on fabric.
We had a look at the powerful F300 professional 3D printer from HBOT 3D.
This week’s selection is “Motors for Makers” by Matthew Scarpino.
Kodak 3D Printing has announced a partnership agreement that should make their equipment a bit more sticky with users.
Micheal Weinberg writes of an interesting legal battle taking place over use of third party 3D print materials.
This week’s selection is the incredible 3D printed DIY Sneaker by Georg Simon Ohm.
We encountered a lengthy video that details the challenges of 3D metal printing.
Looking for more stories on 3D Printing? Try our Archive where thousands of our previous posts are easily found.