I’m reading an interesting case study by 3D Hubs and have some thoughts about 3D printing spare parts.
3D Hubs continues on the path toward manufacturing by dropping non-Manufacturing Partner Program 3D printing hubs.
3D Hubs has just released their new list of top-rated 3D printers.
3D print network 3D Hubs announced an impressive milestone: they’ve not produced over one million 3D prints.
I bumped into a rather well done page described pretty much all the available techniques for finishing 3D prints.
Each quarter 3D Hubs has published an extensive statistical report on 3D printer trends based on their comprehensive usage data, but this time it looks significantly different.
What companies like Markforged, Desktop Metal and Admatec reintroduced to the world of manufacturing was the idea that 3D printing is already capable of producing metal parts through indirect methods.
I found it interesting to see some long term patterns appearing in 3D Hubs’ monthly trends report.
Community 3D printing network 3D Hubs continues to transform into an industrial-style service with an announcement they’ve acquired a 3D model repair service.
A very interesting competition has been announced by a consortium of technology organizations that might result in your design being 3D printed in space!
3D Hubs has developed a very clear infographic detailing the numerous 3D printing processes. But I think there’s one problem with it.
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.
This week’s selection is the not-quite-lifesize 3D print of the 1960’s Saturn V Rocket by Korneel Bullens.
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.
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 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.