BCN3D announced a very comprehensive cloud system to manage fleets of 3D printers.
AstroPrint announced a new service dedicated to education, Astroprint For Education. The service allows an institution to effectively manage 3D printers in schools.
AstroPrinthas successfully raised US$1M investment round.
AstroPrint announced a spectacular arrangement with Stanley Black & Decker.
Astroprint has certainly been very busy lately, and this week added yet another piece of the puzzle.
We’ve learned that AstroPrint has produced mobile apps that work with their popular 3D printer set top box.
3DAGOGO, the startup company behind 3D print cloud service provider Astroprint, is attempting to raise funds through crowdsourcing.
Astroprint announced a new set-top box for desktop 3D printers: the AstroBox Touch.
Cloud 3D print management service Astroprint has been busy adding capabilities to their already-popular service.
If you have an opensource-powered 3D printer, you might want AstroPrint to manage your 3D printing operations.
I follow many 3D printing companies, but there are a few on which I’m keeping a close watch.
I spoke with BCN3D’s Dave Martinez to find out the latest from the Spanish 3D printer manufacturer.
BCN3D has acquired 3D print cloud service AstroPrint.
A new 3D printer is apparently coming soon, and it seems to be targeting a different set of users.
There’s a new Kickstarter project out called Ulendo that says it can enable 3D printing at up to double-speed.
I found what appears to be a new 3D print utility in the making: Teg.
Tinkerine is about to release their latest 3D printer, the DittoPro-R. Is it suitable for use in education and the classroom? We think so!
Should educational institutions use their own 3D printers or instead use 3D print services? We examine advantages and disadvantages of each approach.
3D printers (people) have a bad habit of wasting their print improvement effort on the shiny and new instead of the useful.
For some reason, power tool maker Stanley Black & Decker is investing heavily in a number of 3D printing ventures.
Sex tech company Lora DiCarlo has some good news.
Carbon announced they’re acquiring more cash through a Series E funding round.
Chicago-based Fast Radius has announced a $48 million Series B funding round set to expand its additive manufacturing platform.
Authentise has announced a new app to extend the digital thread in additive manufacturing.
GE Additive has opened applications for primary and secondary schools in its Additive Education Program.
Lumi Industries’ Text to Braille Converter is a heartening use of open source software.
gCreate is starting 2019 off with a new 3D printer.
Last week we wrote on the problem of OctoPrint security, and this week we found a very good solution.
A fascinating article at OctoPrint.org shows the right – and wrong – ways to use OctoPrint remotely.
As 3D printing continues to make its way into classrooms around the world, we caught up with award-winning teacher Philip Cotton, founder of learnbylayers.
3D printing curricula from learnbylayers are being taught around the world: an interview with founder Philip Cotton.
Over the last five years, 3Dkanjers has brought 3D printing into more than 500 primary schools in the Netherlands.
Your desktop 3D printer is likely far more well equipped than early machines, but are there things to make it even better?
A small Canadian startup has developed a somewhat different concept for 3D printer networks.
Everyone knows Thingiverse, it’s the largest printable 3D model repository around. But what are some other ones to consider?
At CES we were taken to a secret side room to see a prototype of a new 3Dwox 3D printer.
When Autodesk does something, they don’t fool around. Now they’ve announced a new cloud-based 3D platform that could shake things up.
The Tobeca 2 is a DIY 3D printer kit you might find meets your needs.