This week’s selection is “Made in the USA: The Rise and Retreat of American Manufacturing ” by Vaclav Smil.
3D Hubs announced the creation of not one, but two new logistics centers located in the USA and Europe.
An interesting talk at the third episode of the ongoing 3DEXPERIENCE: A Virtual Journey revealed some hints about what may happen in additive manufacturing’s future.
This week Smart3D International announced an interesting new industrial 3D printer, the Macro. But it turns out the software for this system is even more interesting.
This week’s selection is “Additive Manufacturing” by The Open University.
Smart3D International has announced a new 3D printer, the Macro, and it’s intended for use in manufacturing.
Anyone who has spent any amount of time baking/cooking/experimenting will know the tedium of measuring ingredients but outside of pre-measured packets what could make it easier?
Nexa3D made multiple announcements this week, each strengthening their position in the market.
Additive Industries announced a partnership with Sigma Labs to allow use of PrintRite3D on their equipment.
Innovapptive Inc., a Houston-based digital transformation provider, strives to connect machines, methods and workflows seamlessly with industrial managers, supervisors and workers.
Researchers have developed what appears to be a far more accessible method of developing highly complex 3D models for 3D printing.
Ultimaker reported significant growth in the first half of 2020, a rare reveal of the private company’s financial state.