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3D Printing R&D Acquisition Due Diligence

3D Printing R&D Acquisition Due Diligence

Charles R. Goulding considers R&D studies that should be undertaken in 3D printing M&A transactions.
3D Printed ‘Invisible’ Fibers That Can Sense Breath, Sound, And Biological Cells

Sensitive, 'Invisible' 3D Printed Sensors

Using 3D printing technology, Researchers from the University of Cambridge created electronic fibers 100 times thinner than a human hair,…
A Peek Behind The Scenes At Prusa Research

A Peek Behind The Scenes At Prusa Research

Prusa Research published a series of very interesting statistics about their operations in 2020 and previous years.
EOS Affirms The Importance Of Opportunity And Diversity In Additive Manufacturing

EOS Affirms The Importance Of Opportunity And Diversity In Additive Manufacturing

A new scholarship program from EOS North America is set to even the playing field for historically underserved students pursuing…
The Empire State Trail: Opportunity For Recreational Activities And 3D Printing

The Empire State Trail: Opportunity For Recreational Activities And 3D Printing

Charles R. Goulding and Ryan Donley consider a hike or bike with 3D printing.
Robot Bike Company Turns to solidThinking for Custom Mountain Bikes

Robot Bike Company Turns to solidThinking for Custom Mountain Bikes

As more manufacturers combine additive manufacturing (AM) processes with innovative design techniques using modern software, the products once thought of…
Redefine Meat’s Food Truck Blind Taste Experiment Leads To Butcher Deals

Redefine Meat's Food Truck Blind Taste Experiment Leads To Butcher Deals

Redefine Meat has landed a major distribution deal for their lifelike 3D printed “alt-meat” products.

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Rhino3D Version 7 Released

Rhino3D Version 7 Released

Robert McNeel & Associates has released version 7 of their popular 3D CAD tool, Rhinoceros, a.k.a. Rhino3D.

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3D Printed ‘Invisible’ Fibers That Can Sense Breath, Sound, And Biological Cells

Sensitive, ‘Invisible’ 3D Printed Sensors

Using 3D printing technology, Researchers from the University of Cambridge created electronic fibers 100 times thinner than a human hair, making sensors with massively improved capabilities.

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2021 Predictions For 3D Printing

2021 Predictions For 3D Printing

Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look ahead to a new year in 3D printing with nine predictions of what’s to come in 2021.

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3D Printed ‘Invisible’ Fibers That Can Sense Breath, Sound, And Biological Cells

Sensitive, ‘Invisible’ 3D Printed Sensors

Using 3D printing technology, Researchers from the University of Cambridge created electronic fibers 100 times thinner than a human hair, making sensors with massively improved capabilities.

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