INTAMSYS launched a new desktop 3D printer that can operate at high temperatures.
Global manufacturing has reached an inflection point.
BigRep published an interesting piece explaining how they break down the features in “smart 3D printing”.
Stratasys announced sweeping upgrades to their GrabCAD software tool, specifically for managing fleets of 3D printers.
BCN3D has acquired 3D print cloud service AstroPrint.
Nano Dimension has signed an agreement to acquire DeepCube.
Charles R. Goulding and Harry Foxman put together their Industry 4.0 dream team.
Charles R. Goulding and Harry Foxman consider Emerson Electric’s Industry 4.0 strategies in staying successful during difficult times.
Stratasys announced the GrabCAD SDK, which should allow far more extensive use of their equipment in industrial settings.
Dutch industrial automation company AM-Flow closed a $4 million Series A round that poises them to accelerate AI-based solutions for 3D printing production lines.
Nexa3D made multiple announcements this week, each strengthening their position in the market.
Is the current inflection point for 3D printing tipping us into “Additive Manufacturing 2.0”?
The Vice President of Materialise’s software department discusses ongoing partnerships with other members of the 3D printing community to standardize machine language and bring the value of printer data to users.
3D printing is a form of automation, but is it contributing to struggles in the economy? Charles Goulding has an opinion on how this is part of Industry 4.0.
XponentialWorks is an investment, advisory, and development company for advanced technologies including 3D printing: an exclusive inside look at operations.
What’s even more exciting than 3D technology alone? The emerging relationship between 3D printing and the Internet of Things.
There’s an old saying, “There’s no time like the present,” and we should be applying that now to foundational growth in 3D printing.
It’s not always about revenue; sometimes patents are worth it to prove larger positioning.
What is Industry 4.0 and how is 3D printing involved? An introduction.
Following a tour of the new additive manufacturing facility at Materials Solutions, a Siemens business, I sat down for a chat with company executives.
Materialise takes another step forward on its journey toward industrializing additive manufacturing.
Change doesn’t come silently.
DNV GL is working to entrench the technologies of Industry 4.0 to the maritime and oil & gas sectors.
For EOS, the focus is on industry as 3D printing moves beyond the niche.
The trend toward 3D printing for production is easily observable – but we must not overlook the entire process necessary to take additive into manufacturing.