IPOs, Timing, and 3D Printing

Charlie Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the potential for major IPOs in the 3D printing industry.


Thoughts From The 3D Printing Store

We had a chat with Debra Wilcox of The 3D Printing Store to find out her thoughts on 3D printing sales, operations during the crisis and the future of 3D printing in manufacturing.


Xometry’s Unusual Vibratory Test

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


The Carbon L1 Ships

Carbon announced they now offer their huge Carbon L1 Production 3D printer for general availability.

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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.


EOS Announces Digital Foam Program

EOS has developed a new 3D printable material called “Digital Foam”, which is a digital product comprised of software, design, materials and process.

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The Business/Ethical Quandary Of 3D Printing Weapons

Should 3D printing companies be taking a stance regarding the production of weapons? Companies like Materialise and Carbon are well known for their no-weapons policies; others welcome defense contracts.

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Carbon’s $260M Growth Funding

With more than $260 million just announced in a growth funding round, Carbon has now raised more than $680 million — bringing their valuation to $2.4 billion.


Shapeways Gets Flexible

Shapeways’ new material shows how tight the relationship between 3D print service bureaus and 3D printer manufacturers can be.


Carbon’s Comfy Strategy

Carbon announced additional partnerships recently, but it seems to be a part of a larger strategy for business expansion.


Making Better Carbon Stuff

An interesting partnership has resulted in a new material for 3D printing. 


Incase Partners with Carbon to 3D Print Protective Gear

It’s that time of year again, when the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) engulfs Sin City like a human storm and attendees “ooh” and “ah” at the latest consumer technology.


The Third Way to Sell 3D Printers

Selling commercial 3D printers is an unusual business, but there seems to now be another way to do so. 


Carbon Partnering with J&J

Carbon announced today something that hints at their future – and yours. 


Carbon Attacks Foam!

A 3D printer manufacturer has a new application target: foam!


5 Questions with Gary Miller

Two years ago, Gary Miller of 3D Print Bureau talked about how the imminent arrival of Carbon 3D and their CLIP technology


How Big is the Carbon Adidas Deal?

Last week Carbon and Adidas announced a deal to produce 3D printed midsoles. But how big is this deal, exactly?


A Review of TCT Show 2016

The TCT Show, this year boasting its 21st edition, continues to go from strength to strength. 

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