Markforged announced a very useful new feature for their Eiger software platform.
CASTOR and Ultimaker announced an agreement to integrate CASTOR’S screening software into Ultimaker Cura.
Authentise announced yet another system integration, this time with Solukon equipment.
Stratasys announced an unusual collaboration with Adobe to dramatically simplify use of color in 3D printing.
Teton Simulation announced an arrangement with BCN3D to provide that company’s community with access to their powerful SmartSlice system.
RIZE announced a key integration that could open up more sales of their full-color XRIZE device in the healthcare sector.
A brief mention in an Autodesk post suggests Formlabs is to integrate functionality within Fusion 360.
3D Control Systems announced an arrangement with the Octoprint project to provide support for software integrations.
Stratasys announced the GrabCAD SDK, which should allow far more extensive use of their equipment in industrial settings.
Authentise continues to expand its additive manufacturing workflow, introducing an integration of nebumind’s digital twin tools.
In an additive manufacturing ecosystem that is both constantly evolving yet still fragmented, Lee-Bath Nelson, Co-Founder and VP Business at LEO Lane, looks at why the need for companies to play well together is critical to realizing strategic objectives.
Teton Simulation has now integrated their FEA algorithm directly into Ultimaker Cura, vastly simplifying and empowering 3D printing workflows.
Dassault Systèmes has integrated RIZE 3D printing technology directly into their CAD software products to aid manufacturers. We know why they did so.
I’m reading about a new 3D printing system specifically designed for used in dental operations.
I sat down with execs from SOLIDWORKS to chat about 3D printing and the popular CAD software.
There’s something very interesting going down at Velo3D.
Shapeways 3D print service announced today an integration that could be a significant boost to their operations.