Recently I spoke with Xometry’s Aaron Lichtig to find out how the 3D printing manufacturing network is faring during the crisis.
Farsoon announced a monstrously huge deal with Falcontech to provide the AM service with no fewer than 50 advanced metal 3D printers.
A startup company has developed services to assist the transition to additive manufacturing technologies by performing a sophisticated analysis of target parts.
Medical point-of-care 3D printing gets a boost through a multi-million-euro investment.
3D printed microlenses have been produced by researchers for use in spectroscopy.
One of Formlabs’ clients has been saved from catastrophe during the COVID-19 crisis in a way that demonstrates the incredible power of 3D printing.
3D printing is enabling many a small business the agility to pivot operations toward localizing their supply chains.
Artec 3D released Artec Studio 15, their latest release of 3D scanning management software, and it includes some interesting new reverse engineering features.
Researchers have developed a way to expand 3D printed objects 40x using foam.
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.
A new 3D printed part being used on the International Space Station could open up new worlds of 3D printing applications.
Virginia Hui Wang founded HCStudio in 2016, researching the science and applications of Lasers and Materials in making small and complex metal components.