You’d think that the best 3D metal printing technique is a settled issue, but it is not by any means “over”.
MakerBot announced a very intriguing feature to their slicing program, “MinFill”.
Liza is the co-founder of HoneyPoint3D, an online education company for the 3D printing industry, operating through a platform of online classes and workshops.
We knew this was coming, and now it’s here: Ability3D has launched a Kickstarter campaign for their very inexpensive 3D metal printer, the Ability1.
Italy-based Roboze announced they’ve joined the growing SAP Distributed Manufacturing program.
Sweden-based Bondtech has released a powerful new extruder for desktop 3D printers.
There are still questions about the amount of demand for color 3D printing, but 3D Systems evidently supports the concept, announcing a new 3D color printer.
With the demise of many of Autodesk’s free 3D offerings, it seems they have been following an ingenious strategy all along.
There are plenty of vendors of common 3D print materials, but far fewer offering unusual composite materials.
This week’s selection is the ambitious PiKon 3D printed telescope.
Deep inside Stratasys’ 100,000 word Form 20-F filing is a detailed list of their growth strategy.
There seems to be a number of 3D print quotation services emerging.
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.