I’m reading a story on Forbes that proposes that 3D printing, rather than regulations or climate accords, will solve the current climate crisis.
There seems to be a tide of professional industry reports on the 3D printing industry emerging lately, but I am very suspicious of the quality of some.
Rampant news stories are circulating suggesting that a 3D printer “killed” a California couple, but it can’t be true.
A series stories suggest that some druggies on the Gold Coast of Australia recently 3D printed submachine guns. I Don’t Think So.
This morning I noticed a story from an obscure website detailing an announcement from 3D Systems about a product they introduced three years ago!
I’m reading reports of a new Guinness World Record for the “largest 3D print ever”. But this is a pointless exercise.
A discussion on Reddit focuses on a very unusual apartment rental advertisement that mentions 3D printing. But what does this mean?
I’m reading a piece in Newsweek describing how the 3D printing bubble has “burst”, and wonder how such a thing could be true.
We’re trying our best not to publish stories on 3D print “stunts” that are merely attempting to gain publicity, but this one is so ridiculous I have to write it up.
We’re reading a very curious post on WT VOX that proposes a list of the “top 10 cheap 3D printers you can buy in 2016”, except it seems terribly wrong.
We’re reading a piece in TheStreet that describes 3D Systems as a “company on life support”. We’re not in agreement with this notion.
We’re reading a curious story from Ticker Report that highlights someone selling their stake in Stratasys. Is this important? We think not.
Gartner 3D printing analyst and Fabbaloo friend Pete Basiliere visited Stratasys’ HQ to find out more about their strategy going forward.
We’ve examined Gartner’s annual Hype Cycle chart with respect to 3D printing and found some very promising news.
Where can you buy a 3D printer? Harrods, of course.
3D printed nails startup CLAWZ managed to get covered in Elle, a notable fashion publication. Does this mean something important is about to happen?
A recent legal controversy involving 3D printing has risen to become one of CNN’s top news stories.
We’re watching a short video from MSN/CNN entitled, “3D Printing to Revolutionize the Food Industry”. We disagree.
We’re looking at an animated video featuring a 3D printer, but not just to be entertained.
There’s a lot more to 3D printing than the current craze of personal 3D machines.