MatterHackers announced a highly unusual arrangement with the US Navy.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
The US Navy awarded a huge contract for 3D printing equipment to MattHackers and Ultimaker.
These are troubled times. The 3D printing industry is banding together to stand strong on the right side of history.
One Californian company has been using its deep-seated desktop 3D printing expertise to broaden maker response to COVID-19.
Several 3D print companies have stepped up with initiatives to help aid the COVID-19 crisis, and Ultimaker has developed a unique service to do so.
Is there a universal support material? It seems that MatterHackers’ new Ionic Hybrid Support Material could be, as it offers both breakaway and soluble properties.
Want to 3D print metal objects at lower cost? One answer could be to use BASF’s new Ultrafuse 316L stainless steel filament that works in many 3D printers.
A conversation with MatterHackers points to a maturing digital fabrication environment.
3D printing reseller MatterHackers is greatly expanding its materials reach with several high-profile partnerships.
MatterHackers is bringing Blue Friday back, getting the jump on the holiday sales season with steep discounts in 3D printing and digital fabrication.
Dave Gaylord, MatterHackers Sr. Director of Product, shares a look at the busy company’s take on the 3D printing industry.
3D print reseller MatterHackers announced a new bundle featuring a more advanced device, the Pulse XE.