I’ve thinking a lot lately about sensors on 3D printers.
Consolidation, innovation and the drive toward production-ready additive manufacturing could bring another order-of-magnitude change in the industry over the next decade.
We’ve all wondered about food 3D printing and why we don’t really have it in our kitchens, but there’s more to the story.
This week’s selection is “Futureproof: 9 Rules for Surviving in the Age of AI” by Kevin Roose.
An exclusive interview with COBOD founder Henrik Lund-Nielsen about driving construction 3D printing innovation in infrastructures.
A research paper on a future zero-emission steel future has implications for additive manufacturing.
This week’s selection is “Dancing With Robots: The 29 Strategies for Success In the Age of AI and Automation” by Bill Bishop.
This week’s selection is “Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything” by Kelly Weinersmith and Zach Weinersmith.
What are the remaining barriers to mass use of additive manufacturing?
This week’s selection is “The Future Is Faster Than You Think” by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler.
It’s only January, but 2021 already shows an overarching theme in 3D printing: market consolidation.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look ahead to a new year in 3D printing with nine predictions of what’s to come in 2021.
I’m reading a piece on Shapeways’ blog entitled “Will Additive Manufacturing Replace Conventional Manufacturing?” and have some thoughts.
An interesting talk at the third episode of the ongoing 3DEXPERIENCE: A Virtual Journey revealed some hints about what may happen in additive manufacturing’s future.
Charles R. Goulding considers the path forward for 3D printing in the time of big tech.
Fortune Business Insights predicts a massive growth in the 3D printing market by 2026. We have some thoughts on what that means for existing and new 3D printing ventures.
Is 3D printing technology helping us sneak through the 21st century without much notice? Will we be surprised when we suddenly find ourselves in flying cars?
This week’s selection is “The Inevitable” by futurist Kevin Kelly.
It’s National Manufacturing Day, perfect for a meeting of the minds to discuss additive manufacturing.
It’s been a tumultuous time for Texas-based Essentium lately; we catch up with the CEO for an exclusive chat about the state of things.
Let’s take a look at a few of the most impressive 3D printing innovations of the last five years and see how much the industry has changed since it began.
Earth Day presents a moment in time for reflection, to take a deeper look at how we are treating the planet and what sort of changes we want to make to better preserve our resources for future generations.
Metal 3D printing has come a vast distance since it was first introduced some years ago.
There’s something very intriguing about Dassault Systèmes’ surprise participation in a US15M investment in Rize.
A speculative video discusses some of the issues 3D printing may face in the distant future.
This week’s selection is “Designing Reality: How to Survive and Thrive in the Third Digital Revolution” by Neil Gershenfeld, Alan Gershenfeld and Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld.
After reading yet another wildly exaggerated story about 3D construction printing, I thought I’d make a list of things to do.
Yes, it’s the beginning of a new year and I had some thoughts on what might happen.