3D Systems’ latest major partnership brings a new hybrid machine and a statement about the place of additive in the manufacturing workflow.
In a world of exploding smartphones, fictional augmented reality (AR) glasses and government spying, one might wonder whether or not new technology really advances the human predicament or if it just allows a few executives to score some extra dough here and there.
3D Systems may be taking a battering by the investment community recently, but that’s not stopping their technology: they’ve announced a major new series of 3D printing gear.
We’re reading a piece in TheStreet that describes 3D Systems as a “company on life support”. We’re not in agreement with this notion.
Microsoft has provided a now-famous Texas student with a maker’s dream set of equipment, including a 3D printer.
3D Systems announced the availability of a soluble support plastic for use in their Cubify line of personal 3D printers.