A quiet post on LinkedIn seems to suggest Amazon is planning some activity in additive manufacturing.
Beware Of Questionable 3D Print Books
While browsing through some 3D printing books, I came across a very suspicious situation.
Seattle Tech and 3D Printing
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at reasons 3D printing companies should be in Seattle.
Made To Measure: Amazon’s 3D Scan Fashions Could Lead To More 3D Printing
Amazon announced a new product they call “Made For You”, and it could lead to astounding changes in the 3D print industry and consumer market.
Amazon Drones, Prescription Drugs, And 3D Printing
Charles R. Goulding and Adam Friedman consider how 3D printing might play into Amazon’s use of drone-delivered prescriptions.
How Asia’s Silicon Valley Can Benefit From 3D Printing
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider the use of 3D printing to compete with Amazon’s growth in India.
3D Systems Returning To Consumer 3D Printing?
Is 3D Systems changing strategy? They are selling their FabPro 1000 as a consumer or prosumer platform via Amazon Prime Day — what comes next?
Amazon’s Part Finder Could Lead to a 3D Print Revolution
I’ve been playing with the new Amazon Part Finder, and had some thoughts about where this tech could go.
About Those Voice Commands For Your 3D Printer
The current craze for intelligent voice commands is getting more sophisticated, but what happens when it works with your 3D printer?
A Step Towards 3D Printing by Amazon?
This week Amazon acquired a 3D modeling company, and I’m wondering where this may go in the future.
Questionable Ratings Plague Amazon 3D Printer Listings
Shopping for a 3D printer on Amazon? Watch out for twisted product ratings.
Could Amazon Challenge Shapeways, Sculpteo and Other 3D Print Services?
Recent additions to Amazon’s growing 3D marketplace could indicate trouble ahead for current popular 3D print services.
Amazon’s 3D Printed Figurine Service
Amazon’s 3D print marketplace now includes a number of highly-detailed 3D printed figurines of characters from popular video games.
Amazon’s 3D Nuclear Option Launches
Things just got mainstream: Amazon announced a dedicated 3D print service.