Quantica announced an important strategic manufacturing partnership that could drive their inkjet technology forward.
We spoke with the leaders of Impossible Objects and learned that they have big plans for the future.
Quantica has raised a massive €14M in funding to power development of their unique NovoJet 3D printing technology.
We were able to take a closer look at Inkbit’s new 3D print production system.
Quantica announced the T1 Pro 3D printer, which uses a new technology to enable printing of materials previously impossible to achieve.
More moves in the corporate acquisition space this week: Stratasys acquired Xaar.
An announcement by Xaar leads to some interesting speculation about Stratasys’ future strategy, which could be a different style of involvement with additive manufacturing.
For those interested in full color 3D printing with gradients and textures, OWE has developed a device that can do just that at a very low price.
Mimaki sees a bright, and brightly colored, future for industrial 3D printing.
Nano Dimension’s CEO invited me to drop by HQ for a look inside nanotechnology and electronics 3D printing.