I’m viewing a very curious video from Tokyo-based ENOMOTO, who seem to have developed a 3D printer that can print in many directions.
The commercial 3D printer that recently arrived on the International Space Station is now operating!
This week’s selection is artist Nick Clark’s Project Porygon collection.
Industry consultant SmarTech has produced a report focusing on low-cost 3D printers and makes claims about the desktop 3D printer market.
Readers may recall that 3D printing giant recently installed a brand new CEO. Now we know his motivations.
I’m looking today at an interesting 3D print service startup called Fictiv.
With the huge increase of interest in metal 3D printing, you’d wonder why Stratasys, perhaps the largest 3D printing company in the world, doesn’t yet offer metal 3D printers.
Today there are hundreds, if not thousands, of companies operating across the 3D printing industry, all motivated by the potential of additive technologies and/or the commercial opportunities that they offer.
Though the field of robotics is evolving at a rapid pace, there is a good deal of progress to be made on almost every front.
You’d think you’re buying a 3D printer to produce objects, be they prototypes or otherwise. But there’s another way to look at the machine: as a vending machine.
Everyone knows Thingiverse, it’s the largest printable 3D model repository around. But what are some other ones to consider?
UNIZ’s first product launch, the SLASH resin-based 3D printer concludes today, and they blew the doors off their goals. But is there more to the story?
There was a time when 3D printing and building robots seemed out of reach of regular civilians, reserved for experts in the technology field.
I’ve been following the progress of Australia-based Gizmo 3D Printers, who recently survived a near-fatal corporate heart attack.
There’s a rather simple method for 3D printing any country’s flag that can be done in mere minutes.
Eva Wolf is the co-founder of California-based AirWolf 3D, a 3D printing equipment manufacturer.
As 3D printed goods make their way into everyday life, one has to consider the question, “Would You Trust A 3D Print With Your Life?”
MakerBot CEO Jonathan Jaglom announced a major shift in the company’s manufacturing strategy: outsourcing.
The market is getting very crowded for 3D print filament marketers and one way to get noticed is to specialize.
Casting is a way some 3D print operators transform their fragile plastic prints into more durable materials, like metal. But what is the best 3D print material to do this?