A recent story in The Guardian regarding the state of 3D printing is generating some controversy.
In my recent visit to GE Aerospace I was able to see how truly large-scale additive manufacturing should be done.
This week GE Additive announced a very different 3D printer that could dramatically change manufacturing.
Hexagon announced a new 3D sensor that could have implications on the future use of additive manufacturing technology.
As additive manufacturing continues to work toward high-volume applications, major institutions have taken notice — not just in industry, but in government departments.
E3D-Online announced a breakthrough 3D printing extruder / hot end system called Hermes. It offers a very powerful feature, yet is still low priced.
Why would Stratasys invest so much in Xaar? Our thoughts lead directly to Stratasys’ new product strategy, and it’s not like their previous products at all.