At the end of the year, we like to review our progress.
A wonderful story has been submitted to our publication describing how a traditional ceramics craftsman was able to vastly simplify his work using 3D print technology
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When I last spoke to Graham Bredemeyer over a year ago, he told me that he was developing a unique 3D printer platform in his own apartment in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
I’ve been doing some thinking about the “Industry 4.0” concept and believe it may drive the style of future 3D printers.
Hidden in the back of EVO-tech’s booth at FormNext was a very significant spool of material.
A secretive project to enable consumers to “design” their own products is set to launch in a few weeks.
Doom is arguably the quintessential first-person shooter that spawned one of the most popular video game genres of all time.
Xjet is a very interesting Israeli company developing a truly unique 3D printing process that differs from any other.
A new paper from NASA proposes how to leverage 3D printing and robotics technologies to literally take over the solar system.
I’m reading a story about consumer 3D food printing possibilities on Phys.org and am struggling with the concept.
Stephania went from studying all about the fashion industry to Tech, through IOT and wearable technology.
You’ve likely been hearing a lot about something called “Machine Learning” lately, but could this affect 3D printing? Most definitely so!
MakerOS is an online service that provides a number of management functions to those operating 3D printing businesses. Now they’ve introduced a key function.
Finally, someone is doing something about a problem faced by virtually all polymer-based 3D printing: predictability.
Four-year old EVO-tech’s main product is a very powerful desktop 3D printer for professional use.
Yes, there is still time to participate in our annual reader survey, once again powered by 3D print service Sculpteo.
I just noticed that 3D Systems has completely revamped their online support material for all their equipment.
This week’s selection is the rather large LED Bridge lamp by Thingiverse contributor Janis Jakaitis.
Another Asian 3D metal printer manufacturer has launched operations in North America: Farsoon.