Charles R. Goulding and Andressa Bonafe hablan con Ibon Iribar sobre avances y applicaciones de la impresión 3D en el area de construcción en Cemex.
Charles R. Goulding and Andressa Bonafe speak to Ibon Iribar about ongoing developments and applications of construction 3D printing at Cemex.
Charles R. Goulding and Andressa Bonafe tienen una conversación interesante con Mauricio Toro, cofundador y director ejecutivo de TECHFIT.
Charles R. Goulding and Andressa Bonafe have an engaging conversation with Mauricio Toro, co-founder and CEO of TECHFIT.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the recent appearance of Formlabs on a major media outlet.
Wednesday is our Rapid Fire interview day, where any 3D print vendors can chat with us.
Later this month Formnext 2021 will take place, but unfortunately our team will not be in attendance.
I had the opportunity to catch up with Eugene Suyu, Founder and CEO of Tinkerine.
I sat down with Nanofabrica’s Executive Vice President Global Sales, Avi Cohen, to discuss the past, present, and future of micro additive manufacturing and the benefits and applications of the company’s Micro AM technology.
I spoke with Sakuú’s VP of Marketing and Business development, David Pederson, to find out more about this mysterious 3D print startup.
Guayente Sanmartin, the new Global Head & General Manager of the HP 3D Multi Jet Fusion Business, shares insights into the latest structuring and strategies in MJF.
I spoke with ActivArmor Canada’s Kyle Stanley to learn more about how Active Armor operates internationally.
Ultimaker’s new CEO offers an inside look at the company’s strategic shift toward ecosystem thinking.
I had the opportunity to get to know WAZP and the big 3D printing and digitization ideas arising from this small Irish company.
3D printing company introduces the Inj3ctor to allow everyone access to injection molding of rubber parts.
The team at Mantle shares insights into their intriguing new precision metal 3D printing offering.
A strange thing happened this week with Oprah Winfrey that relates to 3D printing.
Startup Metafold is developing a way to 3D print large objects with highly complex geometries.
On the heels of Markforged’s announcement of intent to go public, we catch up with the team for an inside look at company strategy and what we can expect to see going forward.
Carbon has introduced a new automated lattice design tool poised to send shockwaves throughout production-focused 3D printing.
MakerOS has added a free tier to their cloud-based business management system.
The key word is “easy” for the latest metal 3D printing launch from Desktop Metal.
This month’s community support selection is the 3DP4ME Project in Jordan.
I spoke with Avi Cohen, EVP Sales at Nanofabrica, for a look into why micro-scale precision in 3D printing is a huge achievement.
Alessio Lorusso, Founder and CEO of Italy-based ROBOZE, shares a look at 2020 and a look ahead to 3D printing strategies for 2021.
What really makes a difference for safety in 3D printing is the materials science, says the CEO of RIZE.
RIZE’s CEO offers some insights into 3D printing safety and a look ahead for 2021.
I had a quick chat with Yukun Wu, inventor of an interesting accessory for 3D printers.
I caught up with Gregory Elfering, President of Ultimaker Americas, for a discussion of Ultimaker’s 2020 reflections and 2021 trends and predictions.
I spoke with The Virtual Foundry to find out more about their unusual metal 3D printing approach.
As the second founder generation, Marie Langer took over as CEO of EOS in October 2019 and is responsible for the strategic direction of EOS and its subsidiaries.
I had a discussion with the techs at 3DQue and discovered they have found a way to 3D print many different engineering materials at very low cost.
As 2020 finally winds down, I sat down for a chat with Greg Kress, CEO of Shapeways, for a chat about the trends that will shape 3D printing in 2021.
Desktop Metal recently introduced a new software tool focusing on metal sintering simulation; the team behind Live Sinter shares a deeper look.
I spoke at length with Redefine Meat’s Head of Technology & Innovation, Daniel Dikovsky, to find out how they are able to 3D print steaks.
Thousands of Autodesk users, employees, and partners converged this week for the annual Autodesk University conference.
Ceramic 3D printing has a lot to offer applications from aerospace and biomedical to industry, but adoption can be a sticking point.
In the spring several 3D printer manufacturers set up “pop up” factories to rapidly produce PPE for the pandemic. But what happens afterwards?
Xact Metal has adapted their inexpensive metal 3D printer technology to enable the use of copper material.
I spoke with German RepRap’s Andrea Berneker to learn how they have been deploying their silicone LAM process.
Smart International is now a long way from the days of their KODAK Portrait system.
I had a chat with Slice Engineering’s Daniel Barousse.
I spoke with Olli Pihlajamäki of miniFactory to find out how they work with additive manufacturing clients.
Stratasys and nTopology execs share a look at their new collaboration, starting with an impressive FDM Assembly Fixture Generator.
A startup company has developed a unique method of certifying the quality of 3D printed metal parts.
If you watch only one episode of Ok Xoomer, make it this one.
Swapnil Sinha is a PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University whose research in additive manufacturing shows strength for the future of both DfAM and in-situ embedding in 3D printed parts.
Swapnil Sinha is a PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University whose story in moving into additive manufacturing is becoming more familiar these days.
Corporate makerspaces have become little-known leaders in innovation, workforce development, and creativity, and are also often the starting point for corporate additive manufacturing adoption.
Last week, a major deal was announced as Covestro is acquiring business units from DSM, including the additive manufacturing business. We go to the source for more information on what that means for our industry.
3D printing workflow management company 3DPrinterOS has appointed a new CEO; we catch up with Michelle Bockman for a chat about what’s next for the team.
Binder jetting mainstay ExOne is introducing a new 3D printer and automation solution today.
3D printing software is smartening up its slicing as Teton goes live with its first product: Smart Slice for Ultimaker Essentials.
Today, BCN3D announces its “new era” with next-generation 3D printers; we find out more specifics from the CEO.
Construction 3D printing is itself still a new venture; Mighty Buildings has emerged with a new take on this technology, though, surpassing some of the hype of other participants.
We had a chance to interview Susana Marques, a designer who has been using a number of 3D printers to develop functional and attractive fabrics.
We had a chance to interview Susana Marques, a fashion designer who has been using a number of 3D printers to develop functional and attractive fabrics.
3D printing unicorn Desktop Metal announced today that it will go public by the end of this year; we catch up with the CEO to learn more about what that means for the company.
HP’s year-old 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing Center of Excellence is now Spain’s first building to receive GOLD level LEED certification.
As the global supply chain is focusing on transitioning for better agility, large-format 3D printing from BigRep offers a few interesting ways to integrate advanced manufacturing throughout operations.
The 3MF Consortium is looking ahead to more adoption in 3D printing, now operating as a Linux Foundation member and with a new executive director.
On the heels of Jabil’s recently announced collaboration with Fictiv, we catch up directly with the digital manufacturing company for a look at their latest 3D printing strategies.
Jabil is uniquely situated to address both stop-gap and long-term supply chain needs relating to pandemic response, as a recent conversation highlights.
Deena El-Mahdy is an Egyptian architect and Assistant professor at Architectural Engineering Department at the British University in Egypt.
Andrea Albanese and Lara Tomiko share the insights of a team of women keeping up with the latest in additive manufacturing.
Starting from nothing and getting to a finished product is a daunting proposal, but there are ways to de-risk innovation with the right service.
A company offering both synthetic cadavers and a new 3D printer has quite a story to tell, and what better storyteller than the CEO?
The company that makes synthetic cadavers didn’t plan to expand into building 3D printers, but it’s a strong business move for the long haul, says the CEO.
Executives from RIZE connect the dots in the company’s newly announced 3D printer, depth of the RIZIUM Alliance, and what we can expect to see coming next.
RIZE is introducing a new 3D printer, developed with Sindoh, that represents an interesting professional desktop composite system.
Desktop 3D printing has come a long way over the years; we catch up with BCN3D for a look at various perspectives of the business.
The 3D printing industry has been a beacon of manufacturing hope during the pandemic outbreak — thanks in large part to materials that have proven up to the task.
We caught up recently with Open Additive for a look into how they plan to open up metal additive manufacturing with an affordable, open platform.
Sigma Labs has been hard at work with its quality control solutions for metal 3D printing: the company’s CEO fills us in on major advances.
We spoke with FAME 3D, the new owners of the LulzBot brand of 3D printers, to understand more about the mysterious firm.
Gizmo 3D Printers has some major news to share in super-fast industrial DLP 3D printing.
I recently had the opportunity to speak with the folks from Plural Additive Manufacturing, an Oregon-based 3D print company.
I recently spoke with Rich Stump of FATHOM and learned how the manufacturing service industry is consolidating.
Recently I spoke with Xometry’s Aaron Lichtig to find out how the 3D printing manufacturing network is faring during the crisis.
A startup company has developed services to assist the transition to additive manufacturing technologies by performing a sophisticated analysis of target parts.
3D printing is enabling many a small business the agility to pivot operations toward localizing their supply chains.
A company is in the midst of building what could be the largest 3D print farm in the world.
Decentralizing production is in focus for Kumovis’ mission in medical 3D printing.
I spoke with VELO3D’s Zach Murphree to find out more details on the company’s recent announcement of a tall version of their popular metal 3D printer.
In the face of global supply chain shortages, it’s all hands on deck to help in the 3D printing industry — including on the software side.
I recently spoke with the folks from Dyndrite, who intend to replace the very heart of 3D printing: the 3D kernel.
One Californian company has been using its deep-seated desktop 3D printing expertise to broaden maker response to COVID-19.
After a few months wondering what was going on with Ricoh’s 3D printing strategy, we spoke with the team for an update.
HP has been working internally and with its global partner network to mobilize 3D printing efforts to fight the spread of COVID-19.
HP shares details of their internal and external teamwork to bring 3D printing into play to join the fight against COVID-19.
New video series launches are keeping conversations going in the 3D printing industry.
I spoke with AREVO’s Tuan Tranpham to find out the secrets of AREVO’s advanced manufacturing service.
Polygonica provides a powerful set of mesh processing tools that can be embedded in any other software. We spoke to a representative to find out who uses this software.
In the last few months, Desktop Metal has introduced its Shop System and Fiber setup; we caught up to discuss progress and updates.
We had a chat with Debra Wilcox of The 3D Printing Store to find out her thoughts on 3D printing sales, operations during the crisis and the future of 3D printing in manufacturing.