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Bombardier Breakup And 3D Printing

Charles Goulding and Peter Favata of R&D Tax Savers examine Bombardier’s history and future — and use of 3D printing.

ZMorph Ups Laser Engraving Capabilities

Multi-functional 3D printers offer just that — multiple functions. As the technologies progress, so do the capabilities possible for desktop fabrication.

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Is Stratasys Feeling The Pressure From Below?

Stratasys launched an unusual marketing campaign that for the first time targets users of low-cost alternative 3D printing equipment. Why did they do this?

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Ultimaker Lands A Breakthrough Customer

3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker announced today what I believe could be a breakthrough sale to a major client, and this could mean a lot more sales.

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BigRep Ships 500th 3D Printer

BigRep hit a huge milestone with the shipment of their 500th 3D printer. We look back on how they got there.

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The FELIX BIOprinter Is Released

FELIXprinters has released a new bioprinter, the FELIX BIOprinter, which is quite a change for the long-time 3D printer manufacturer.

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3D Pioneers Challenge 2020

The fifth edition of the 3D Pioneers Challenge is welcoming innovative designs in this international competition.

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Are CoreXY 3D Printers Taking Over?

CoreXY is becoming a very popular approach for 3D printer motion systems, but is it the ultimate answer? We list the advantages and disadvantages.

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Nova Meat Hopes to 3D Print Your Steak

A Spanish company hopes to develop a specialized 3D printer that is capable of producing vegetarian steaks that both taste good and have great texture. But will you eat one?

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Why 3D Printed Vascular Structures Matter

New research in bioprinting has discovered a method to 3D print vascular structures, which could in the future become blood vessels, thus significantly altering the bioprinting space.

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Ford vs. Ferrari: Using 3D Printing

Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider how two prominent automotive firms, Ferrari and Ford, are using 3D printing.

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Tomorrow, Fabbaloo Gets Back To Normal

Tomorrow is the first work week of March, and things will be back to normal at this publication with the return of our Managing Editor.

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3D Printing Disappearing Into Specialized Firms

The use of “3D Printing” is beginning to fade, at least with respect to application-focused 3D print services. As for the rest, we’ll find out what happens.

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SPEE3D Deployed To Australian Military

SPEE3D is placing their supersonic 3D printer in the Australian military to test its ability to 3D print metal parts in remote locations.

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The Huge TheBox From BLB Industries

BLB Industries, a Swedish company, produces large format 3D printers suitable for industrial plastic parts production.

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Design Of The Week: Bucket Handle

This week’s selection is the Bucket Handle by Hans Loeblich (thehans) who is a designer, maker and engineer from Austin, Texas, USA.

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Xometry’s Unusual Vibratory Test

Xometry performed an unusual test of many 3D prints using different materials and processes. The results were surprising.

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German RepRap Acquired

German RepRap, a maker of large-format 3D printers and silicone 3D printers, has been acquired by a surprising other party.

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Interesting Updates From COBOD

COBOD’s BOD2 construction 3D printer seems to be catching on as the company has made multiple sales of the new device.

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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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