voxeljet announced their latest financial results, and the market reacted badly.
One of the most secretive operations in 3D print history finally revealed their plans.
Mosaic Manufacturing announced their latest 3D printing product, the Palette 2.
This week’s selection is “3D Bioprinting and Nanotechnology in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine” by Lijie Grace Zhang, John P Fisher, and Kam Leong.
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I took a look at Autodesk’s latest Netfabb offering and reflected on how it’s changed over the years.
A spending forecast from IDC indicates very substantial growth in 3D printing over the next four years.
For a long while, it seemed that only a few industries truly made use of 3D printing.
European researchers have 3D printed a simplified, organic model of the human placenta, and hope to use it for studying the organ’s development.
It’s nearing the start of University sessions for many students, some of whom may be contemplating using a 3D printer - in their dormitory room.
Sketchfab announced - and displayed a new method of displaying massive 3D models, which they call Massive.
Wanhao is a familiar name to those shopping for desktop 3D printers.
It’s all over the tech news, of course, but the Magic Leap mixed-reality headset, yeeeears in the making, is now available for developers, creators or anyone who wants to shell out $2,295 for ML’s inaugural edition HMD.
I’m reading a fascinating paper describing how one could make new polymers on the fly.
If you are a user of Simplify3D, you want to read this.