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composite

Fortify Fortifies Composite 3D Printing

Boston-based Fortify has announced a $2.5 million strategic funding round set to advance its Digital Composite Manufacturing (DCM) process for strong 3D printing.

desktop

The Method Behind the Method

Continuing a chat with MakerBot’s CEO and VP of Engineering, we turn to more particulars on the new Method 3D printer.

@ultimaker

Ultimaker Continues to Open Up 3D Printing

From hobby to profession, from toy to tool, 3D printing is growing up — and Dutch desktop 3D printer mainstay Ultimaker is not only watching that growth, but helping to drive it.

ceramic

AM Center as Evolution: A Chat with XJet

The morning after XJet’s grand opening for the new Additive Manufacturing Center in Rehovot, Israel, I sat down with CBO Dror Danai to discuss the significance of the move.

@rize3d

Rize Rises on the Strength of Its Team

I spoke recently Rize’s Vice President of Product, Kishore Boyalakuntla, about the disruptive nature of additive manufacturing and what Rize brings to the market.

Finnegan

The Legalities of 3D Printing

As 3D printing continues to see adoption in industry, legal implications must be kept in mind: we speak to Elizabeth (Beth) D. Ferrill of IP law firm Finnegan.

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Youbionic’s Vision for a More Bionic Future

Four years ago, Federico Ciccarese founded Youbionic; we’ve caught up with him about the latest updates in their use of technology to augment human capabilities.

interview

Affordable Prosthetic Care with LifeNabled

I caught up with W. Brent Wright of LifeNabled to learn more about one team’s mission to broaden access to prosthetics and orthotics via 3D printing.

industry

3 Decades of 3D Printing in 3 Stages

I caught up this week with Stefaan Motte, Vice President and General Manager of Software at Materialise, to discuss three decades of 3D printing in three stages.

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