This week’s selection is the very useful “Lugger” by designer Tyler Panka, a.k.a. “Right2Make”.
Healthcare has been a huge focus for 3D Systems recently, and they’ve boosted it with the announcement of a new certification program.
A very large medical device development center is being set up in India, with 3D printing taking a big place in the venture.
We had the opportunity to sit down with the CEO of one of the most interesting 3D printing companies around today: Rize, Inc.
HP entered the 3D printing industry with a splash last year and its momentum doesn’t appear to be slowing down.
GE hinted at a new, large 3D print technology they’ve been developing called “ATLAS”.
Some readers may be unfamiliar with the concept of a startup accelerator, sometimes mentioned by new 3D print companies.
A surprise press release from Contour Crafting suggests the company is positioned to produce massive 3D building printers.
If you have a leather jacket that says SOLIDWORKS on one side and Class A Surfacing on the other, you are a TOTAL BADASS.
We recently had the opportunity sit down and chat with the new President of Ultimaker North America, John Kawola.
As interest rises in 3D metal printing, so do the metal powder material options for it.
Jennifer Killingback has over 20 years of experience in HR, Recruiting and Staffing.
I’m reading through an experiment by Instructables’ Charlie Godfrey, where he’s managed to 3D print composite materials on a desktop 3D printer.
There are plenty of ideas for tools required to help operate desktop 3D printers, and one of them is the heat gun.
It’s been obvious for a while that Stratasys has been focusing very closely on the aerospace industry, and now they’ve announced a significant development.
France-based Prodways has announced a new method of 3D printing in metal that they call, “RAF”, for Rapid Additive Forging.
Canada-based Mosaic Manufacturing announced a new version of their Palette multimaterial accessory, the Palette+.
MakerGear has introduced a terrific new feature in their latest desktop 3D printer, the M3.
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