Three weeks ago Autodesk posted a preview of Fusion 360 in the Browser.
A startup company is introducing a very interesting medical application for 3D printing.
Well, that certainly didn't take long: Frank Marangell has been hired by BigRep.
The Sculpto+ must be one of the most unusual 3D printers I’ve encountered.
A Kickstarter project hopes to solve one major issue with 3D printer spools: contamination.
The founder of Shapeways is no longer at its helm.
One of the great benefits of cloud-based software is that it is usually updated frequently. That’s what happened with Fusion 360 last week.
Prusa Research took an expected, but nevertheless interesting step forward this month by announcing a feature usually found on professional machines.
Researchers from MIT have developed what appears to be a revolutionary 3D design system that could enable far more effective leveraging of 3D printing technology.
Italy-based WASP announced a new version of their flagship 3d printer, the DeltaWASP 20 40 Turbo2.
This week’s selection is the practical spill proof oil container by YouTuber Vice Chief.
Stratasys released their Q2 financial results for 2017 and the results were quite different from those of their competitor, 3D Systems.
There are tons of free utilities available on the internets, and one of them is a free GCODE viewer.
Germany-based ACEO offers powerful 3D silicone printing services.
3D printing at the nanoscale isn’t new, but its applications are still being discovered.
A report suggests that Daimler is now 3D printing replacement metal parts for some of their obsolete models.
I’m reading an Instructables on how to laser-cut a 3D printer spool holder and had a thought.
Every once in a while, a new material appears on the 3D printer scene. Now Sculpteo introduces one: PEBA.