Prusa Research announced the “Automated Farm System”, a system to control an array of inexpensive 3D printers.
Markforged is rolling out a cloud-based software platform.
In discussions with Mosaic Manufacturing I learned more about their revolutionary “Array” 3D printing factory.
Ultimaker announced a new entry-level 3D printer, the Ultimaker 2+ Connect.
Smart International announced a high-temperature 3D printing option: the Macro HT.
I’m looking at Autodrop3d, a company that seems to offer automation solutions for 3D printing.
After working with the Prusa MINI 3D printer, I have some thoughts on the use of this device in a potential 3D printer farm setup.
A company is in the midst of building what could be the largest 3D print farm in the world.
Vancouver-based 3D printing startup 3DQue is expanding, and I’m surprised.
Prusa Research issued some news about their new Original Prusa MINI desktop 3D printer, and it leads to some interesting speculation.
This week we are going to see for the first time 3DQue’s revolutionary way to implement low-volume production using 3D printing.
One of Stratasys’ two big announcements this week was a powerful array-style 3D printing system.
Lativa-based Mass Portal has developed a powerful rack-mount system for parallel 3D printing.