Each year Sculpteo performs an interesting survey of the 3D printing community and the results this year show some interesting trends.
We’ve been watching MakerOS for several years now and they’ve always provided significant updates. Now there’s another one.
BigRep introduced a new 3D printer filament that could make life much easier for many 3D print operators.
Leslie Frost manages Arcam’s marketing efforts globally for the EBM business along with AP&C’s powder business and DTI’s orthopedic contract manufacturing business since April 2016.
Of all the major 3D printing companies, only one lacks a 3D metal printer product: Stratasys. Or do they?
As revealed some months ago, desktop 3D printer manufacturer has officially released their new product line, which includes two 3D printers for desktop use.
A startup company has launched a 3D printer specifically designed for clay 3D printing.
There’s plenty of competition in the 3D printer filament market these days, so it takes a lot to stand out among the crowd. It seems that 3dk.berlin has done so with their new “k-top” product.
We’ve received a press release from the UK’s Hawk 3D Proto, who apparently have equipped a police department with a 3D printer.
This week’s selection is the fun Saber Tooth Tiger model by Greg Zumwalt.
I’m reading a story about a 3D printed surfboard, and it suggests another, wider use of 3D printing tech.
At Rapid last week we spoke with representatives from German RepRap and found out something interesting.
Did you know you could win one of two desktop 3D printers in our contest this month?
At Rapid last week we came across a very intriguing piece of hardware from Heatron.
What companies like Markforged, Desktop Metal and Admatec reintroduced to the world of manufacturing was the idea that 3D printing is already capable of producing metal parts through indirect methods.
I’m a sucker for an entirely new 3D printing process, and that’s what I walked into when I encountered Fabricsonic last week.
The last time we heard of Impossible Objects, they were receiving funding in 2014. Now we’ve seen their 3D printer in person.
China-USA based Kodama is set to release a USD$49 desktop 3D printer, and I may be a bit skeptical of this project.
Onshape snuck one in on us last Friday.
The typical supply chain starts with the acquisition of raw material, leads into the production phase and, eventually, results in warehouse storage and retail distribution.
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