At a recent 3D print trade show, I was surprised to find TWO exhibition stands for ESUN. I was wrong.
Iro3D has a metal printing process that is, in retrospect, obvious, and I wonder why no one else came up with the idea before.
We’ve recently posted several stories about the new Kodak 3D printer, but there is a bit of a story behind the project.
A 3D printing accessory maker survives and expands.
It’s that time of year again, when the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) engulfs Sin City like a human storm and attendees “ooh” and “ah” at the latest consumer technology.
I’m watching an interesting TEDx video on interplanetary architecture and realized something applicable to Earth-bound 3D printing.
Today might be a bit of a milestone for 3D printing.
Airwolf has been producing great professional 3D printers for years, and now introduce a new machine, the EVO.
Last week Onshape released possibly the most major update since launching out of beta.
3D Hubs released their quarterly report on 3D printing trends and it got me thinking about machine lifetimes.
We asked Dr. Daniel Richards for his view of the future of 3D design.
Passionate about human interactions, Anouk started her career in human resources.
Having just returned from CES 2018, I have some thoughts about this event and how it fits into the 3D printing universe; or how it does not.
Selling commercial 3D printers is an unusual business, but there seems to now be another way to do so.
At CES we were able to get a close look at the new Kodak Portrait professional desktop 3D printer.
We bumped into Ethereal Machines, a Bangalore-based 3D printer manufacturer and were surprised by the varied nature of their product line.
At CES last week, I noticed something interesting at the T3D booth.
Additive manufacturing, or what you know as 3D printing, will be incredibly disruptive across many industries.
This week’s selection is the non-intuitive Disentanglement Puzzle by YouMagine contributor M. Ingle.
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