3D Hubs rebranded today, becoming “Hubs”.
3D Hubs released their periodic Trends Report, and this edition packs a lot of very interesting data.
It’s only January, but 2021 already shows an overarching theme in 3D printing: market consolidation.
Today Protolabs announced that they will acquire 3D Hubs, and I have some thoughts.
In a $280M digital manufacturing deal, Protolabs is set to acquire 3D Hubs.
It is quite challenging trying to fathom how two industrial techniques are used to create delicate jewelry. 3D printing is an additive process and CNC machining uses a subtractive technique, but both methods produce fine pieces.
3D Hubs announced the creation of not one, but two new logistics centers located in the USA and Europe.
Having a fast manufacturing process has many benefits to a business ranging from cost-effectiveness, innovation to increased customer satisfaction.
This week’s selection is “The 3D Printing Handbook” by 3D Hubs.
3D Hubs has released its now-annual report on manufacturing and 3D printing trends, and we take a look at their statistics.
If you are doing injection molding, there are some important guidelines to know before you commit to a design.
3D Hubs seems to have found its stride after a challenging pivot to new, more profitable markets in industrial 3D printing and manufacturing.
3D Hubs has made a very strategic hire by taking on a co-founder of one of their new major competitors.
3D printing can be used to make amazing sculptures and innovative technology — but do you know how a 3D printer actually works? A good understanding of the manufacturing process will make it easier to design your own creations.
Winners have been announced in 3D Hubs’ Student Grant design contest highlighting student work in product design, transportation, sustainability, robotics, and healthcare.
International expansions in 3D printing continue as 3D Hubs announces Chicago as the soon-to-be site of its new North American headquarters.
3D Hubs has secured a huge US$18M investment round.
3D Hubs released their traditional quarterly trends report.
3D printing is as lucrative as it has ever been, with various industries harnessing the technology to further improve our lives.
3D Hubs issued their most recent quarterly activity report today.
You’ve probably heard that 3D Hubs is about to shut down their DIY community 3D printing network, as we wrote the other day.
3D Hubs continues on the path toward manufacturing by dropping non-Manufacturing Partner Program 3D printing hubs.
3D Hubs released their latest trends report today.
3D Hubs once again released their quarterly report today, and as always there are interesting observations.
Once again, 3D Hubs has launched their Student Grant Program.
There seems to be a pattern emerging in the world of manufacturing services, at least from a 3D printing point of view.
3D Hubs’ journey is officially in another direction based on a policy change they’ve published.
3D Hubs released their quarterly report on 3D printing trends and it got me thinking about machine lifetimes.
Amsterdam-based 3D Hubs mentioned something very interesting in their recent newsletter.
There have been a number of fascinating 3D printing books emerge, but we believe this one could be the best yet.
The romance between 3D Hubs and colorFabb seems to be dimming, with an announcement that the filament manufacturer has pulled out of 3D Hubs’ perks program.
Each quarter 3D Hubs publishes a fascinating report on 3D printer use, and this report is no exception.
A massive discussion of 3D Hubs’ recent moves is taking place and it seems that some participants aren’t very happy.
3D Hubs seems to have developed a new strategy for distributed 3D printing.
I noticed something very interesting in this month’s 3D Hubs Trends report, something that tells the story of the last few years of 3D printing.
Community 3D printing network 3D Hubs gained a significant boost with a Series B investment round of USD$7M, but I believe they’ll use it to continue their focus switch.
When in Amsterdam last week we managed to interrupt the fine folks at 3D Hubs, where their global headquarters is located.
3D Hubs has just published a rather good – and long – piece introducing 3D printing to newbies.
Community network 3D Hubs has once again released their monthly report, but I realized something very interesting when reviewing it.
Hmm, my speculation about 3D Hubs’ intentions the other month seems to be continuing with their latest announcement of carbon fiber capability.
Community 3D printer network 3D Hubs announced another significant step into the world of commercial 3D print services by adding PolyJet materials.
Reading between the lines of 3D Hubs’ latest Trends Report revealed an interesting insight into the state of 3D printer quality.
With the release of the highly anticipated Fallout 4 today, some fans were unable to procure a wrist-worn Pip-Boy case to accompany the game. But 3D Hubs has the solution.
3D printing community network announced a new offering focused on industrial 3D printing capabilities in 37 cities.
3D Hubs has landed yet another interesting partnership, but we think their deal with TurboSquid could be an important milestone.
This week we explained Shapeways’ recent announcement of discounted services for students. It turns out 3D Hubs also provides a similar program.
3D Hubs has issued its latest trends report on their view of 3D printer use. We noticed some interesting patterns.
3D Hubs issued its latest monthly trends report today, and the biggest thing we noted in the report is the incredibly wide geographic coverage by their network.
Yesterday community 3D printing network 3D Hubs apparently hit the incredible milestone of 20,000 participants.
3D model repository Cults announced a partnership with 3D Hubs that involves integrating the community 3D printing network directly into Cults’ repository.
3D printing cloud service 3DPrinterOS hit a big milestone: they now have over 2,000 participating 3D printers in their growing network.
This month’s trends report from 3D Hubs has some interesting data that identifies who’s actually 3D printing.
3D Hubs announced a new API that enables any website to connect to their 3D printing network. We think this is a key strategy for them.
Last week 3D Hubs announced a deal with SketchFab. This week it’s with Thingiverse.
3D printing community network 3D Hubs has been extraordinarily successful, but how could they get even better?
This is quite interesting: the unlikely duo of SketchFab and 3D Hubs have teamed up to create a rather powerful but tiny button.
Community 3D printing network 3D Hubs has swung a sweet deal with Instructables: every 3D model on Instructables now can be sent directly to 3D Hubs.
Each month 3D Hubs deploys an analysis of trends they observe in their 3D printer network. It’s always an interesting read.
3D Hubs, the world’s largest 3D printing community network, now supports Bitcoin.
We’re looking at some interesting statistics presented by 3D Hubs in their monthly trends report.
3D Hubs has done something quite unusual with a 3D printer: They installed it on top of a huge wind turbine and printed with clean energy.
Are you a student? Perhaps you’d like some free credit at 3D Hubs?
This is interesting: manufacturers use 3D Hubs as a 3D printing infrastructure provider.
They come from the same country, but that’s not the only thing going on between 3D Hubs and ColorFabb.
Burgeoning 3D printing network 3D Hubs made a rather spectacular announcement: they’re raised a significant investment.