At CES we were able to get a close look at the new Kodak Portrait professional desktop 3D printer.
We bumped into Ethereal Machines, a Bangalore-based 3D printer manufacturer and were surprised by the varied nature of their product line.
At CES last week, I noticed something interesting at the T3D booth.
Additive manufacturing, or what you know as 3D printing, will be incredibly disruptive across many industries.
This week’s selection is the non-intuitive Disentanglement Puzzle by YouMagine contributor M. Ingle.
I love secret project names, and Germany’s Kuehling & Kuehling certainly have one: the Lapuna Project.
When we last saw 3NTR, the company had begun marketing a very powerful high temperature 3D printer.
I’m reading about a new technology called “meta lenses”, and wondering how it might benefit 3D printing.
Technology has always been an inseparable part of the healthcare sector.
What does 2018 hold for the world?
There are now plenty of 3D metal printers available, and Gerfertec’s is a bit different.
One of the most aggravating questions in desktop 3D printing is: Do you have sufficient filament left to complete the print?
Winsun has been busy.
2017 was a good year for Advanced Modeling Tools enhancements inside of Onshape.
It turns out that Microsoft has now officially ceased production of their popular 3D sensor, the Kinect. What does this mean for 3D printing?
Industries all start in a chaotic mode, but after a time standards must emerge.
I’m reading a fascinating post from GE on their experience with 3D metal printing, but it occurs to me a change must be made.
Kadet Kuhne is an accomplished artist, using multiple technologies and media in her art.
Carbon announced today something that hints at their future - and yours.
Creaform is one of the leaders in 3D scanning solutions, and we took a look at their new large scale solution.
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