GE announced it had this week met its minimum requirement to go ahead with the acquisition of Arcam, beginning a new phase in metal printing.
Earlier this year, Stratasys announced the launch of a new software for streamlined print management called GrabCAD Print.
A reader comment enquired about the general relative speed of the two major 3D printing processes, plastic extrusion and photocurable resin.
A new sharing service proposes a method of renting remote 3D printers.
In the past several years multiple 3D print companies have emerged and grown, but now they should consider partnering to grow further.
If you want to find out what Autodesk is up too, Autodesk University is the place to be each year.
Netherlands-based Builder has announced the Extreme 1500 industrial 3D printer, which just happens to solve a problem we saw last week.
A Montreal-based company has launched a 3D printing accessory that detects out-of-filament conditions.
We had a chance to sit down with one of Stratasys’ key leaders to find out what’s happening at the 3D printing giant.
Raja has the real entrepreneur mind-set. She has started an advisory and investment company, is board advisory member for 3 others, and invested in 7 others, in addition to being the CCO for ShareMy3D… We asked her how she does it all.
There are many new 3D metal printers on the market, but most of them produce objects requiring significant post-processing. But not Matsuura’s.
Polymaker is one of those interesting plastic filament companies that keeps inventing unusual products. One of them is their casting solution.
I’ve always thought that generative approaches may be the way for consumers to get into 3D printing, but there’s actually another more important use.
Omni3D’s Factory 2.0 Production System is directly targeting Fortus users.
There seems to be two kinds of resin 3D printer manufacturers: those supporting open materials and those who do not.
This week’s selection is the decorative Voronoi Pearl Light Lamp No. 1 by designer Gravity Shapes.
I was very pleased to learn of Stratasys’ partnership with Siemens, but afterwards I’m wondering if there is more to this deal than meets the eye.
We’ve been following the development of BigRep for some time now, and at this point the company is a significant player in the 3D space.
EnvisionTEC’s subsidiary Viridis3D has been developing a unique system for 3D printing sand molds for use in foundries.
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