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A Look at MakerOS V2
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A Look At MakerOS V2

I had a chat with the friendly folks at MakerOS to learn about their new “V2” software.

Offsetting The Carbon Footprint Of On-Demand Manufacturing
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Offsetting The Carbon Footprint Of On-Demand Manufacturing

One of the most-touted benefits of digital manufacturing is the ability to enhance sustainability efforts; a leading on-demand manufacturing company is upping its efforts to offset customers’ carbon footprint.

Digitizing the Industrial Workforce with Innovapptive
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Digitizing the Industrial Workforce with Innovapptive

Innovapptive Inc., a Houston-based digital transformation provider, strives to connect machines, methods and workflows seamlessly with industrial managers, supervisors and workers.

The Twist Of Twist 3D Printing:  Black PETG Parts
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The Twist Of Twist 3D Printing: $29 Black PETG Parts

Sometimes the twist of an idea is that it’s straightforward. Such is the case for Slant 3D’s new service, Twist 3D Printing, which is offering flat rate prototyping.

Arduino Launches IoT Cloud Service
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Arduino Launches IoT Cloud Service

Arduino has launched its IoT Cloud, designed from the ground up as a low-code approach that allows users to collect, graph and analyze their projects’ sensor data.

EMBARGO 9/1 8AM Fictiv Goes Transparent
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Fictiv Goes Transparent

Fictiv announced a comprehensive set of transparency features that should fit well into the current state of the world.

EMBARGO 18 11ET Aug MakerBot Announces MakerBot CloudPrint
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MakerBot Announces MakerBot CloudPrint

MakerBot announced a new service called MakerBot CloudPrint, which is intended to deliver a seamless 3D printing experience to clients.

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SketchUp Goes Subscription-Only

SketchUp, the 3D tool many of us began learning 3D concepts from, has moved to a subscription payment model.

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AR Support For 3D Printing Companies With New Alliance

Augmented reality (AR) and 3D printing are coming closer together all the time, now including a smart remote field service solution brought to additive manufacturing through a new alliance.

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Innovating Out Of Downturn

Pandemic-driven transitioning is leading to an interesting long-term reconfiguration of factory work.

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Roboze Launches Extreme Parts Network

Roboze launched their long-awaited distributed additive manufacturing service, composed of a network of experienced Roboze 3D printer operators.

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An Enormous Metal 3D Printer Heads To Protolabs

Minnesota-based Protolabs plans on firing up a GE Additive Concept Laser X Line 2000R metal 3D printer late this year, and there’s a good reason why they’re doing so.

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HP Launches 3DaaS Plus

HP has just introduced a new pay-per-use 3D printing subscription model.

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MakerOS Announces “PAQ”

MakerOS announced a new feature for their integrated manufacturing management service: PAQ. We describe how it works.

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The Smithsonian’s 3D Printable Library

It turns out the Smithsonian has a relatively large (for museums) library of downloadable 3D models for 3D printing. We’re trying one now.

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One on One With MakerOS’ Mike Moceri

We spoke with Mike Moceri, the founder and CEO of MakerOS, a software service directed at production 3D printing operations.

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Makers Making Change

A new organization hopes to link makers with those requiring disability aids with a new service. Learn how to participate.

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An Update On RePLAy 3D

RePLAy 3D contacted us to explain more details about the nature of their unusual 3D printer filament recycling service.

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Formlabs Launches Community Spaces Program

Formlabs announced a new “Community Spaces” program that should optimize use of Formlabs 3D printing equipment in public fabrication labs.

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What’s Up At MX3D?

We had a chat with Amsterdam-based MX3D, who provide metal 3D printing services for large-scale projects, including bicycles and bridges.

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Oqton Does It All In Additive Manufacturing

Oqton has finally revealed the scope of their massive AI-powered database and its ability to provide a wide variety of services to optimize all types of additive manufacturing workflows. We saw examples of their capabilities.

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An Update on Sandhelden

Sandhelden just split their company into two different divisions to allow their sand-stabilization 3D printing technology to be used in both construction and household applications.

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Stratasys Introduces “GrabCAD Shop”

Stratasys introduced GrabCAD Shop, a new service to streamline workflow for internal enterprise 3D print competency centers.

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AstroPrint Announces Education Plan

AstroPrint announced a new service dedicated to education, Astroprint For Education. The service allows an institution to effectively manage 3D printers in schools.

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Carbon’s Manufacturing Strategy Continues

Carbon has a fascinating strategy for increasing use of their powerful DLS 3D printers in manufacturing, and we found one example of how they’re doing it.

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RAMP MD: Helping A Region Go Additive

How can you learn additive manufacturing? Where can you get experience at a low cost? One state seems to have figured out a way to do so.

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How To Protect Your 3D Design

Are you a 3D designer and have had your designs stolen? There is a service that might help automatically detect theft and issue takedown notices.

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