Stratasys has made a very unusual and strategic move into a new application area.
Xact Metal seems to have hit the sweet spot.
One 3D printer does not fill all application needs, and that’s demonstrated by Lithoz’s product set.
Two recent forecasts indicate the global additive manufacturing market will grow to record levels.
An unusual acquisition has taken place at ASTM.
Once again we take a look at the valuations of the major 3D printing companies over the past week.
This week we once again take a look at the current state of 3D print companies in the stock market.
More than half a year into pandemic, how are 3D printer sales looking across the globe?
Could aftermarket parts be a niche application for 3D printing? I think it has huge potential.
News from COBOD indicates the company turned a profit in 2019, meaning there is now a viable construction 3D printer market.
Times and markets are uncertain; how do we gauge 3D printer sales forecasting in 2020?
In response to recent controversy over the notion of “consumer 3D printing”, I propose some alternate ways to look at the situation.
Fortune Business Insights predicts a massive growth in the 3D printing market by 2026. We have some thoughts on what that means for existing and new 3D printing ventures.
Why are so many new metal 3D printing companies and services emerging? There are three main reasons for this growth in additive manufacturing.
3D printing has been subject to plenty of hype, including from marketers. We take a look at three solid ways to reduce the hype around 3D printing.
Roboze is focusing on the US market.
A research report indicates tremendous growth in the 3D printer filament market in coming years.