MetShape is a different kind of 3D print service.
Replique doesn’t make 3D printers, but they do make software that helps use them in a much more sophisticated manner.
WAGO has adopted a fascinating 3D print strategy for their electronics business.
Prusa Research announced a new initiative to attract commercial brands to their ecosystem.
This could be the biggest breakthrough in 3D printing in decades: automatic 3D models.
Authentise announced a rebranding that is a lot more than a name change.
Online 3D repository Sketchfab has changed their policies and now permits only adults aged 18 or over to participate.
Online 3D modeling tool Clara.io is shutting down.
The network consists of seven additive manufacturing job shops able to handle protoypes or small-series part production
A new company has developed a 3D print system entirely around the concept of digital inventory.
CASTOR announced a unique environmental feature in their powerful part analysis tool.
Charles R. Goulding and Valentina Alzate look at how Canva could relate to 3D printing.
Authentise announced a new feature for their MES system called “Guidelines”.
A new service for shared 3D model development has been launched by Womp.
Authentise announced a major new feature for their AM management platform: the Digital Design Warehouse.
3D Control Systems announced the latest version of 3DPrinterOS will support Formlabs equipment.
voxeljet announced a new on demand 3D print service able to produce flexible parts in TPU.
A new service to generate printable DnD figurines has a unique pricing structure.
SnapEDA announced a new Syndication Network that releases “millions” of 3D models.
I found a very easy way to start non-planar 3D printing.
Only Games announced a new full color 3D printing capability.
Aetrex announced they are now providing comprehensive 3D data for foot scans, which can be used for 3D printing.
Prusa Research launched a new service, “Prusa Education”.
A 3D print service must do far more than just the 3D printing.
CADENAS has provided big updates to their online part-finding service 3DFindIt, and at the same time is to migrate users off of PARTcommunity.
Cubee is a new manufacturing network that hopes to pick up the demand for makers to produce 3D objects.
3DQue announced a new service, AutoPrint3D, which provides the software necessary to drive continuous 3D printing.
3DEO added a new service: DfM / DfAM.
Xometry announced several interesting new features at their recent summit event.
Wikifactory announced a new collaborative manufacturing marketplace to complement their existing services.
Aniwaa formally announced a pivot into a B2B 3D printing marketplace.
Formlabs announced a new service that could dramatically expand their dental business.
Thangs is a well-known 3D model repository, but did you know they have a fascinating version control system?
The company recently opened its CATCH facility in efforts to streamline industrial additive manufacturing.
BuildBee is a new online tool for 3D print job preparation.
Replique announced a new partner network for authorized materials that is a bit different.
I’ve just noticed another PLA recycling service, specifically for 3D print waste.
A 3D model lookup site has quite a variety of search methods.
Polycam launched a key 3D service for Ukraine.
Little You announced a new “Artist Collaboration Opportunity” that could be of interest to many.
A quiet post on LinkedIn seems to suggest Amazon is planning some activity in additive manufacturing.
3DQue has released a fascinating online game they call “3DPrintle”.
A third-party customizer service can handle Thingiverse 3D models.
A new development program has been launched for 3D printing applications involving NFCs.
EOS launched their own manufacturing network this week.
3DEO announced some startling statistics about their recent expansion, but this demonstrates something important for 3D printer manufacturers.
Authentise announced yet another system integration, this time with Solukon equipment.
Authentise announced an intriguing partnership that should make their system quite a bit more powerful.
In January Roboze will launch a new program to establish a “circular economy” for their materials.
Shapeways released a new software-as-a-service called “Otto” that should make life a lot easier for some manufacturers.
News from haveibeenpwned.com indicates popular 3D model repository has been hacked.
BCN3D announced a very comprehensive cloud system to manage fleets of 3D printers.
Stratasys Direct announced new anatomical consulting and 3D printing services.
Teton Simulation announced an arrangement with BCN3D to provide that company’s community with access to their powerful SmartSlice system.
Little You announced a partnership allowing them to use Mimaki full color 3D printing technology.
A notable software misconfiguration temporarily allowed users of the Spaghetti Detective to 3D print on other people’s equipment.
Stratasys announced a consolidation of their PolyJet services.
Management Execution Systems make things easy, but under the covers there are many challenges
The UK’s Digital Manufacturing Centre has officially opened.
3DEO announced they’ve produced their 1,000,000th 3D printed metal part.
Sintavia announced a new copper 3D printing method, but this may lead to an interesting challenge to other providers.
3D Control Systems announced the availability of a new version of their 3DPrinterOS system, which happens to include some very interesting improvements.
Luxexcel announced a new platform that could change the eyewear industry.
I had the opportunity to catch up with Eugene Suyu, Founder and CEO of Tinkerine.
Protolabs announced the addition of another giant metal 3D printer.
Protolabs is employing two separate large-scale 3D printers to meet the rising demand for bigger metal parts.
Mixed Dimensions announced a powerful API that could dramatically increase demand for full-color 3D printing.
Materialise announced the broad availability of their 100% reusable powder 3D printing service, Bluesint PA12.
Replique is a comprehensive, end-to-end digital inventory solution.
The idea of satellite 3D printing might be new to you.
RIZE announced a partnership to produce full color 3D printed anime toys.
A new 3D model customization tool called “Polygana” seems to be under development.
3D Hubs rebranded today, becoming “Hubs”.
Twikit launched a new automated lattice tool they call “Laddy”.
I recently customized a signet ring brought to life via web app and 3D printing.
I had the opportunity to get to know WAZP and the big 3D printing and digitization ideas arising from this small Irish company.
DyeMansion announced a new program they call “TryMansion”.
Impossible Objects has partnered with Ricoh 3D to offer strong, lightweight 3D printed composite parts to European customers.
Essentium announced a new team that will work directly with clients.
Fictiv announced a very interesting addition to their manufacturing service: quality inspections.
Mixed Dimensions announced a deal with game-maker Ubisoft to 3D print custom figurines.
Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies has announced a new Manufacturing-as-a-Service subsidiary.
MakerOS has added a free tier to their cloud-based business management system.
3D model repository Thangs added some useful new features.
3D Control Systems formally announced their new ZAP system today.
Roboze announced a unique method of using their equipment: by subscription.
BMW has apparently abandoned their experiment in 3D printed customized parts.
SLS and MJF 3D printed parts have new options for finish and color.
The era of democratizing our labor and resources is well upon us.
There’s a new Kickstarter project out called Ulendo that says it can enable 3D printing at up to double-speed.
Shining 3D has launched a new reverse engineering service.
3Diligent Portal launches today, connecting manufacturers with those who need their services.
We Boost AM has published a comprehensive database of official standards related to additive manufacturing.
PrintSyst announced they’ve successfully integrated their AI engine into DNA.AM’s manufacturing execution system.
The process of “dialing in” optimal 3D print parameters can be challenging, but how is this best done in a rapidly evolving industrial environment?