I’m reading a piece describing a 3D tracking system that’s being used for assisting delicate medical procedures and had an idea of how to apply something similar to 3D printing.
With all the buzz about new startups featuring fast 3D printing systems, it’s easy to forget that EnvisionTEC has a similar system as well.
Last year, HP finally introduced its Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 3D printing technology to the market.
Earlier today we wrote on the ill-fated Tiko 3D project, which went into “hibernation” yesterday. Now we find that M3D wants to help.
Tiko 3D announced yesterday that they’ve placed the company “on standby”, effectively ending their project.
I’m reading a brief post on LinkedIn by noted 3D designer Janne Kyttanen regarding his experience with a 3D printed light design.
I know, I know. I sealed off simulation with the 5 reasons I would use Simulation in Fusion 360 months ago.
I’m reading an interesting piece by David Gerwitz at ZDNet, who talks about 3D printers being vulnerable IoT devices.
There are tons of desktop 3D printer options out there, and it’s often hard to distinguish between models.
I hadn’t noticed this previously, but Printr has developed a really cool way to customize portions of your desktop 3D prints.
Maria Elizete Kunkel is a Professor of Biomedical Engineering (Biomechanics) at the Federal University of Sao Paulo (UNIFESP), Brazil.
Researchers in Singapore have developed new elastomeric materials that could be used in 3D printing applications.
I’m beginning to think there’s a bit of a hype cycle peak occurring in the 3D metal printing world lately.
A 3D print chat series is branching out.
Brandeis University’s “Deis3D” 3D printing club is once again producing a “Printathon” for students. Why doesn’t every university do this?
Netherlands-based 3D4Makers seems to have broken through a major barrier to producing unusual 3D print filaments in engineering materials with a new production system.
A small Canadian startup has developed a somewhat different concept for 3D printer networks.
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.