Italy-based Kentstrapper introduced the MAVIS, a new, large format professional 3D printer.
With all the questionable 3D printer launches recently, it’s nice to see one that makes sense.
This week’s selection is the amazing 3D printed sundial by Mojotpix.
As a popular publication in the 3D print world, we receive a ton of messages; some of theme are rather unusual.
Budget-Conscious makers have been challenged to develop threaded holes and bolts for their designs, but that problem seems to be going away.
Belgian company Thrinno has announced a rather interesting new service that could be quite profitable for some 3D print operations.
Boeing announced last week that they’ve contracted a firm to produce “structural titanium parts”. What does this mean?
In the last few years, a number of exciting new technologies have emerged in the 3D printing industry that promise the integration of additive manufacturing (AM) into the larger world of manufacturing
I’m looking at a Reuters story about a Belgian company that’s created a 3D printed chocolate service, and there seems to be something quite interesting visible.
You’ve been 3D printing for months and discover you have many kilos of filament - but all in short segments.
Occasionally I will see companies announce they’ve received a “501(k) clearance”. What is that and why is it important?
Peopoly’s Moai 3D printer began as a personal project between a pair of friends
An experimental 3D sugar printing process has been developed, but not for the reason you think it will be used.
I’m looking at 3D print startup Feetz, which focuses on custom printed footwear for buyers.
I’m reading a paper by researchers from Northwestern University where they propose a new method of enabling 3D printed Lunar and Martian materials.
In our technology space there seems to be two terms commonly used: “3D Printing” or “Additive Manufacturing”. Which one is correct?
Last week Carbon and Adidas announced a deal to produce 3D printed midsoles. But how big is this deal, exactly?
GeckoTek launched a new polymer-sheet style 3D print adhesion solution they call the “EZ Stick”.
3D Systems announced a surprise price drop on one of their high-end production machines.
According to a report, some Chinese mortuaries are now making use of 3D printing in an unexpected way.
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