We had the chance to ask some pointed questions of 3D Platform’s President, Jonathan Schroeder.
A manufacturer of electrostatic discharge protection products contacted us and it seems that “ESD” is something all 3D printer operations should know about.
There are countless small services offering access to 3D models these days, but a look at PatternSpace revealed a bit more than expected.
Despite drastic efforts to increase STEM education across the country, as well as a renewed interest in industrial design thanks to a new crop of product design startups in London, the number of skilled UK engineers is actually on the decline.
We first encountered the “SLABot” in January where we were shown a rough prototype of a new style of 3D printing automation by 3D Systems.
If you’re a student of 3D printing processes, pay attention: Nanoscribe has perhaps the most unusual process of them all.
Airwolf 3D has announced a new adhesion solution for 3D printing polypropylene.
The Woman in 3D Printing figure I am delighted to present in the blog today is Dilek Sezen.
A filament producer now offers filament specifically for the new MakerBot equipment.
Nestor Llanos is a 3D designer who has done a great deal pushing the envelope of 3D printing forward, but now he’s helping start others on the same path.
A reader pointed out an unusual patent claimed by one of companies on which we recently wrote a story.
While Ricoh has been selling their SLS-based 3D printer for over a year, they’re now beginning to move into a very different 3D printing technology.
To most people, the name “Ricoh” means photocopiers or cameras. Now, the company is hoping that same name will also mean “3D printing”.
We had the opportunity to discuss business with MAKEiT’s Shelley Sun.
This week’s selection is the astonishingly huge “Monument for the 308” sculpture by Andreas Greiner.
Stratasys has produced a very interesting visualization using their color 3D printing processes.
In the past few weeks I’ve repeatedly seen desktop 3D printers of many brands attempting to print with unusual materials. Now it’s up to the filament vendors to meet that need.
Roboze is a small Italian company producing a very unique desktop 3D printer. You might say it’s very hot!
GE announced it had this week met its minimum requirement to go ahead with the acquisition of Arcam, beginning a new phase in metal printing.
Earlier this year, Stratasys announced the launch of a new software for streamlined print management called GrabCAD Print.