At Formnext 2022, Stratasys featured a product they don’t even sell.
The world’s largest ever 3D printed exhibition booth is set for display at Formnext, and it’s called “The AMbigram”.
SPEE3D did something very interesting: they 3D printed a metal part on a navy ship.
I caught a glimpse of a potential future for 3D modeling tools, and it’s breathtaking.
Mantle has performed several projects to demonstrate the viability of their unusual paste 3D printing system.
To what lengths must a 3D printer manufacturer go in order to convince prospects to become customers?
I’m looking at a new project by Anisoprint where parts for a proposed lunar rover were produced.
We received an invitation to the grand opening of Massivit’s new “Americas Experience Center”.
3DQue announced they intend on performing a lengthy demonstration of continuous 3D printing of “up to 1000 hours”.
MakerGear published a video of an impressive endurance test.
Recently I had the opportunity to take a closer look at Formlabs’ recently released FUSE 1 SLS 3D printer.
SLM Solutions described an interesting metal 3D printed part made for an aerospace client.
An incredible demonstration of the capabilities of belt 3D printers has been completed: a 6-meter-long part part has been produced.
When we last saw MX3D at Formnext 2019, they were showing off a 3D printed robot arm. Now, they’ve tested it in a working robotic system.
3D print service Sculpteo is to be acquired by BASF, but why is a chemical company buying a service company, something they’ve never done before? We found out why.