Smart International announced a high-temperature 3D printing option: the Macro HT.
Smart International announced a high-temperature 3D printing option: the Macro HT.
This week’s selection is the gigantic Loom Light by Titia Ex.
Charles Goulding Jr. examines the possibilities for use of 3D printing in carbon capture equipment.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi review how 3D printing has affected the e-bike industry.
Many 3D print companies service the aerospace industry, but it appears that Essentium is doing things in quite a different way.
In an interesting short video, 3D print service Qualified3D demonstrates a method for producing mass customized objects.
I’m looking at Autodrop3d, a company that seems to offer automation solutions for 3D printing.
Siemens recently announced its new SINUMERIK CNC control system. While Siemens has long been a hallmark of CNC controllers, this new system takes its cue from other parts of the company’s repertoire.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine how 3D printing could make an even bigger splash during the second wave of COVID-19.
Slant3D has re-invented the ubiquitous 3D printer filament spool, but for some reason it’s not round.
Lighting has always been a consistent issue with 3D printers, and it doesn’t seem to be improving.
When you see the final design of a 3D printer, there have been many decisions made to get it to that state.
As technology becomes more compact, trendsetters start researching ways to improve multi-sensory experience.
SimplyColor3D has now now moved to version 2.0, and it includes a lot more features.
I’ve learned of an amazing form of 3D printing usage that I suspect many construction companies don’t yet know.
3D Systems abruptly sliced off some of its parts this week, selling Cimatron and GibbsCAM.
The message said PLA filament for only US$8.50 / kg — could this be true?
athilde Berchon is an independent consultant specialized in communications strategy for the 3D printing industry at her company FuturFab and mentor for makers entrepreneurs on MakingSociety.fr.
Charles Goulding Jr. examines the recent anti-trust lawsuits in the US and how they may affect 3D printing.
Another eco-friendly 3D printer filament? Hold on, there is a lot more to the story.
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Ganit Goldstein is an Israel designer developing techniques for producing fantastic 3D printed fashions.
This week’s selection is “3D Printers For Woodworkers” by Henry Doolittle.
Create it REAL has received an investment of €3.1M (US$3.6M).
There could be some profound implications coming for additive manufacturing, after a review of the newly announced HP Universal Build Manager, which is powered by Dyndrite.
It’s a tough year for business, but Materialise has been focusing its efforts on the medical segment — and seeing that investment pay off as Q3 2020 results highlight.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata take a look at the use of 3D printing for pump prototyping, manufacture, and replacement inventory.
This week’s selection is the Skafaldo Bowl & Side Table by Unfold.
Responsible Manufacturing is a term you may not have heard before, but you should be hearing a lot more about it in the future.
3D printing isn’t often associated with the word “spooky”, but as Halloween fast approaches, I couldn’t help but think of a few spooky 3D printing innovations that I’ve seen over the past few years.
I had a thought about how belt 3D printing might play out in the future.
Charles R. Goulding examines GE’s Q3 2020 results with an eye toward 3D printing impact.
When improving a 3D printed part, sometimes a different 3D printing technology is the best route as contract manufacturer HARBEC recently found.
It’s been brought to our attention there is a patent on a very unusual 3D printer extruder design.
Charles R. Goulding and Adam Friedman examine where 3D printing might fit into a new acquisition.
Since its inception during the later decades of the last century, 3D printing (also known as additive manufacturing) has moved far beyond merely fabricating simple plastic parts.
GoProto announced a new service dedicated to flexible 3D prints, which they call “3DElastoPrint”.
Boston-based Markforged has announced a change in executive structure.
This week Longer launched its latest 3D printer, the Orange 4K, on Kickstarter.
Fusion3 has introduced a new and powerful slicing system for their 3D printers, REACTOR.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine a few ways 3D printing can come into play for the RV rental lifestyle.
The latest update from the Fusion 360 crew has us pulling our sock over our knee-caps and throwing our hats in the air.
Adaptive3D has secured a major investment.
Scientists have developed a new 3D printing material that closely mimics biological tissues.
A quirky 3D print experiment from a few years ago seems to be leading towards an amazing plastic IoT future.
Charles R. Goulding considers ARK’s investment strategy as it relates to 3D printing.
Three pillars of digital manufacturing updates from HP indicate the latest accelerations in automation, software, and services.
If you watch only one episode of Ok Xoomer, make it this one.
Fabrisonic described a very unusual project in which they employed two different 3D printing processes.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata consider copper’s use in additive manufacturing.
Swapnil Sinha is a PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University whose research in additive manufacturing shows strength for the future of both DfAM and in-situ embedding in 3D printed parts.
Swapnil Sinha is a PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University whose story in moving into additive manufacturing is becoming more familiar these days.
Formlabs announced some new resins for their dental and other users.
This week’s selection is “Essential Skills for Scale Modelers” by Aaron Skinner.
Bioprinting is a 3D printing technique that combines the technology of 3D printers with select biomaterials to imitate components of the body.
Nano Dimension seems to have raised a massive US$50M.
The world is about to see a deluge of belt 3D printers but can they be economically used for low-volume manufacturing?
Formnext’s 6th annual Start-up Challenge acknowledges budding additive manufacturing companies for their impressive ideas and innovative developments.
Charles R. Goulding, Preeti Sulibhavi, and 3D printing take to the great outdoors.
This week’s selection is the Roomba Riser by Steve Harvey.
I’m reading a post by Markus Seibold about serial production using additive manufacturing and there is a great deal of wisdom in his thoughts.
The holidays are almost here and once again, and IC3D is holding its third annual Toys for Tots campaign to help warm the hearts of children.
Researchers at the University of Leiden have been 3D printing microswimmers and are testing all options.
Holders of 3D Systems stock (NYSE:DDD) have been having a bit of fun in the past months, as the stock price has jumped and fallen.
In a today’s 3D printing world it is all too easy to focus too hard on the technical and forget other factors.
Adobe announced the coming availability of a new feature in their Capture app: Scantastic.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata find that the idea of 3D printing sits comfortably for designer furniture.
We catch up with Dr. Thomas Reiher, cofounder of AMendate, who is now director of Hexagon’s generative design division.
EOS announced a new partnership with the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) to increase AM skills.
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently invented a method to 3D print gels and soft materials.
Relativity Space has landed a major client, Lockheed.
The Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association is promoting, developing, and helping the additive manufacturing industry to grow as a more sustainable manufacturing suite.
Charles R. Goulding contemplates the place of 3D printing and other specific Industry 4.0 technologies as they relate to government-driven tech priorities.
NVIDIA officially snapped their suspenders announcing the next in their series of GPUs sporting the latest graphics-crackin’ Ampere microarchitecture.
3D printing has established a strong foothold in the automotive industry — but until now, not so much directly in electric motors.
Stephanie Santos is a designer who wants to combine the beauties of nature and art with fashion/textile technology through 3D printing.
NASA has revealed their use of 3D printed parts on the Perseverance rover, currently en route to the planet Mars.
Well, it seems the Pico Hybrid has finally made it!
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider Henkel’s participation in the 3D printing industry and potential preparations for another pandemic-driven lockdown scenario.
Nadia Yaakoubi began her international career in additive manufacturing in 2014.
Especially during COVID-19, pearly whites can be especially difficult to achieve, considering that we can’t always visit our dentist regularly.
I spoke with Chengxi Wang of Satori to find out more about their newly launched resin 3D printer.
VELO3D suddenly announced a brand new 3D printer, the Sapphire XC, which is far larger and much faster than their previous 3D printers.
Dutch industrial automation company AM-Flow closed a $4 million Series A round that poises them to accelerate AI-based solutions for 3D printing production lines.
The MAAM program intends to commercialize the world’s largest additive manufacturing machine for the production of large parts to be used in industry and for defense.
This week’s selection is “3D Printing and Maker Lab for Kids” by Eldrid Sequeira.
3D print startup company 3DQue is offering a “looping kit” to allow for continuous 3D printing on common desktop 3D printers.
Two big names in 3D printing have announced an expanded relationship that’s paving the way for new engineering materials.
I had a chat with the friendly folks at MakerOS to learn about their new “V2” software.
MakerBot recently released a report analyzing the use of 3D printing in education and its application across grade levels.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata take a hike — with help from 3D printing.
This week’s selection is the Winking Owl Key Holder by Martin Vojak.
Zortrax worked with the European Space Agency to successfully 3D print and test a conductive high-temperature material.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider some of the homey and 3D printed touches possible with IKEA furniture and accessories.
I’m trying out something called “SculptGL”, an online 3D sculpting tool.