Make your manufacturing tooling faster, simpler and more reliable with additive manufacturing.
3D print technology is slowly moving into manufacturing, but what, exactly is driving it?
From predictive maintenance to better quality control, AI is changing how—and where—things are made.
Shapeways is on the move.
Mighty Buildings announced the opening of a new factory in Monterrey, Mexico.
This week GE Additive announced a very different 3D printer that could dramatically change manufacturing.
What are the remaining barriers to mass use of additive manufacturing?
I’ve come across another method for automating 3D printing: the Automatic Ejection System by Wemake.
Moving to additive manufacturing has been quite a challenge for many companies, but perhaps there’s another perspective.
In a very surprising announcement, Mosaic Manufacturing announced a series of revolutionary products that will utterly transform the company and its clients.
In the spring several 3D printer manufacturers set up “pop up” factories to rapidly produce PPE for the pandemic. But what happens afterwards?
BMW has opened for operations a new additive manufacturing plant, but this is likely only the beginning.
Formlabs announced a new product offering they call “Factory Solutions”.
The BMW Group’s new Additive Manufacturing Campus in Munich, Germany, is finally open.
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.
After seeing 3D printer companies make fundamental transformations in their business models, I’m wondering if this is a trend.
Pandemic-driven transitioning is leading to an interesting long-term reconfiguration of factory work.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the new normal for robot usage in the 3D printing industry.
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi investigate the opening of a new BASF plant in China.
Prusa Research issued some news about their new Original Prusa MINI desktop 3D printer, and it leads to some interesting speculation.
Need a complex large object 3D printed? One option is startup Ai Build, which offers a 3D printing service for complex geometries using AI and cloud processing.
A video tour inside the operations of Prusa Research gives a close look at what it takes to make high-quality 3D printers and 3D printing filament.
Raise3D has launched a manufacturing survey to assist in their future strategies.
The additive manufacturing vision at Siemens is for a cross-industry collaborative future.
I’m looking at some material from Robotfactory and noticed that print quality challenges are quite different.
Additive Industries has opened a brand new factory.
Farsoon has released a new polymer 3D printer, the HT1001P CAMS system.
Manufacturing giant Siemens announced a huge expansion to their UK factory in Worcester.
A contest on Hackaday has resulted in a design that is somewhat similar to Stratasys’ new continuous demonstrator concept.
At first blush, the factory of the future sounds like an airy concept. But the factory of the future is an idea that’s been around for a long time, and its actuality is being created right now.
A small startup, Mobium Solutions, has developed what we believe could be the most important 3D printer accessory ever created.