3D printing workflow management company 3DPrinterOS has appointed a new CEO; we catch up with Michelle Bockman for a chat about what’s next for the team.
3DPrinterOS and Mille are partnering up to develop a powerful mobile factory solution based on 3D printing.
3DPrinterOS announced an interesting joint service with Microsoft to enhance use of their Azure system.
After creating a cloud-based operating system for 3D printer networks, 3DPrinterOS went on to launch ZAP in September of last year.
I haven’t heard much from 3DPrinterOS for a while, but now the reason for this is clear: they’ve been working on powerful integrations.
Cloud-based 3D print management service 3DPrinterOS announced they’ve moved their processing to Microsoft’s Azure cloud service.
One of the leading cloud-based 3D printing services just made life a lot easier by supporting the Raspberry Pi 3.
3D printer cloud management service 3DPrinterOS has launched a premium service targeted at educational institutions.
e-NABLE has launched a new project to produce as many 3D printed hand kits for amputees as possible during the next month.
3D printing cloud service 3DPrinterOS hit a big milestone: they now have over 2,000 participating 3D printers in their growing network.
Two cloud ventures have partnered to create a bigger cloud: 3DPrinterOS and SketchFab can now easily push 3DPrinterOS 3D models to Facebook.
In a bid to gain market share, 3DPrinterOS has publicly released the code for their multi-platform 3D printing client, and there are some big implications.
An interesting deal was announced today: 3DPrinterOS is to be bundled with Rapide 3D printers, providing a powerful way to manage the machines.