Two recent forecasts indicate the global additive manufacturing market will grow to record levels.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi explain how their clients have tackled manufacturing automation.
A long post from Josef Prusa held some hints at where the company may be heading next.
Many Asia-based desktop 3D printer manufacturers suffer from a key limitation that holds back their growth.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at reasons 3D printing companies should be in Seattle.
I spoke with BCN3D’s Dave Martinez to find out the latest from the Spanish 3D printer manufacturer.
Last week 3D Systems announced closing a deal to gain US$460M in a convertible notes arrangement, but what are they doing with that cash?
Results of a new industry survey were released by Essentium, and they show a very strong trend towards AM.
A new 3D printer announcement this week demonstrates once again how similar the paths many 3D printer manufacturers take.
Charles R. Goulding and Mindy Zhu look at the relationship between country demographics and additive manufacturing futures.
We received information from Farsoon that provides an excellent view of their business and coverage.
I’m reading yet another press release on 3D print service expansion and have some thoughts.
Essentium announced a series of HR moves and said they’ve doubled their staff since last year.
Could the piqued interest in additive manufacturing persist after the pandemic? Some signs say “Yes”!
With the availability of a functional desktop 3D printer for only US$89, we had some thoughts on what this means and what happens next.
What happens if the 3D printing industry actually grows to the extent predicted by forecasters? What kind of additive manufacturing opportunities exist?
Why are so many new metal 3D printing companies and services emerging? There are three main reasons for this growth in additive manufacturing.
Evolve Additive Systems is expanding.
London-based AMFG has expanded into the German market.
A spending forecast from IDC indicates very substantial growth in 3D printing over the next four years.
Additive Industries is on the move.
3D metal printer manufacturer Höganäs delivered a new machine to a client this week, but it’s not a typical client.