3D printer hardware maker E3D-Online announced today the Titan Aero, an interesting combo product.
I’m wondering if there is a product category being ignored by some 3D printer buyers.
Key to HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 3D printing technology is its open materials platform
There’s a lot more going on in 3D printing than anyone would suspect.
Stratasys has released their US tax Form 20-F and in it there is a wealth of information about the company’s operations.
Things just got a little bit more interesting: i.Materialise just dropped their price for aluminum 3D prints.
Performing surgery isn’t a perfect science, and even doctors need to practice their skills, especially when it comes to children.
3D printer manufacturer 3D Systems finally announced perhaps the worst-kept secret: the Figure 4 Production Platform.
The winners of the Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2017 have been chosen by a jury and there are some very interesting projects on the list.
It seems that Carbon has been awarded a new patent this week.
Laura Hockaday Kang attended Cornell University in the Biomedical Engineering Department.
Voodoo Manufacturing’s amazing project Skywalker portends an explosive robotic future.
A reader asked if a print speed benchmark existed. I’m not sure such a thing could exist.
A partnership between MatterHackers, e_NABLE, Aleph Objects and Pinshape has sponsored a worthy design challenge.
Researchers are refining a very simple process for smoothing 3D prints.
A small company has produced what appears to be a very attractive option for high resolution 3D printing.
Stratasys is one of the largest 3D printing companies in the world, and they mean to keep it that way.
This week’s selection is the surprising Splashlight by Australia-based Avooq Creations.
3D printer manufacturer ExOne released their 2016 financial results and there are some interesting aspects to their situation.
A study by LPW Technology reveals some of the complexities of performing 3D metal printing with powder processes.