This week’s selection is the popular Kame House by product designer Pepe Aliaga.
Germany-based 3D metal printer manufacturer Realizer was just acquired by DMG Mori AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT.
Stratasys is using a well-known manufacturing methodology to guide the development of their new equipment.
The highly anticipated BigBox 3D printer project has ceased production, providing a wealth of advice for others contemplating marketing 3D printers.
If you haven’t heard, Fabbaloo offers a free service to qualified non-profit initiatives in the 3D print and related space.
As 3D printing shifts from a prototyping tool to a production technology, manufacturers will be required to find ways to incorporate additive manufacturing (AM) into their existing workflows.
The parameters for slicing 3D models for printing can be ridiculously complex, but here’s a way to simplify things.
MakerBot, unsurprisingly announced a reduction in force of a huge 30%. Here’s why it makes sense.
When some 3D prints are completed, they are painted; others are dyed.
Our last post on MakerBot’s new print software spurred on some conversation, internally and via email.
Recently there have been numerous and spectacular 3D printing failures. Can they be avoided?
A new 3D printer project on Kickstarter hopes to capitalize on consumer 3D printing with a new approach.
Austria-based W2P offers a couple of resin-powered desktop 3D printers that offer the possibility of larger high-resolution objects.
Karla Lopez co-founded Authentise in 2013.
This week I managed to get a closer look at the new 3D printing system from startup Rize.
Maker Victor Noordhoek has developed a way to monitor live 3D prints on his smartwatch.
In a big surprise, at least for me, German RepRap showed off a demonstrator 3D printer able to produce very strong silicone prints.
Austria-based Hage markets a pair of powerful professional 3D printers with some unique features.
Today Febtop Tech launches the Optimus, one of the few combo machines that combines 3D printing with other making processes.
The mysterious Massachusetts-based Desktop Metal company has attracted a very large investment, yet little is known about their technology.
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