Brooklyn-based 3D printer startup Arfona has come up with a unique solution for dental applications: the r.Pod, and it could signal bad news for many dental 3D printer companies.
Fuel3D announced a new “mirror” 3D scanner that could lead to advanced eyewear applications.
Lisa is the CEO of Scansite, a provider of 3D scanning, 3D inspection, and reverse engineering services, located in the Bay Area.
There’s much competition in the world of 3D print materials, given the vast number of devices loose in the world. Innovation is key and two companies announced new products along that line.
I’m watching a video demonstrating a “meta material mechanism” and the mind boggles at what become of this concept.
The Prusa crew have developed a rather sophisticated automated calibration system for their most recent desktop 3D printer, the Prusa i3 MK2.
Running a small product design and 3D printing business, shookideas.com, I receive questions about carbon fiber filament almost every week.
Reykjavík-based Kúla has produced a gadget that can - almost - transform any smartphone into a rudimentary 3D scanner.
A few weeks ago General Electric announced the acquisition of not one, but two metal 3D printing companies. The implications are quite serious.
This week’s selection is the elegantly simple “Scoop” by YouMagine contributor Zayak.
I got a chuckle reading a post on Seeking Alpha proposing that Stratasys might be changing into a materials company.
After several successful years, startup Robo3D has significantly updated their product line with a couple of sophisticated low-cost desktop 3D printers.
A new infographic portraying recent 3D printing industry corporate mergers prompts me to talk about the reasons why these things happen.
We obtained a small sample of Fiberlogy’s new FiberFlex 40D 3D printer filament and performed some basic testing.
As the industrial 3D printing market shifts into fifth gear, all of the major 3D printer manufacturers are unveiling new systems best fitted for end part production.
This week MakerBot unleashed a series of announcements regarding their products, services and supplies.
An extruder concept proposed by Reddit contributor lxo96 poses some interesting questions.
UPS announced a new 3D printing facility in Singapore, suggesting their 3D printing venture is working.
Well, we’ve been waiting a long six months, but we’ve finally received access to Vectary, the highly anticipated, online 3D modeling tool, and we’re all sorts of excited to pop open a browser and see what it can do.