Relativity Space achieved their milestone this week, sort of.
If you’ve been paying attention, we almost hit a major milestone in 3D printing this past weekend.
Relativity Space is nearing a key milestone, and so is 3D printing.
Stratasys made an extremely bold move by announcing they’ve acquired the additive manufacturing materials business of Covestro.
In a milestone development, 3DBio Therapeutics have completed reconstruction of a human ear with 3D printing.
3DQue announced a significant milestone is in sight for their Quinly system: one million 3D prints.
Researchers have successfully installed 3D printed parts into a nuclear reactor.
Sakuú hit a major milestone in their 3D printed battery project.
If real-world usage serves as a proof point, Optomec has just shared 10 million proof points in support of the validity of metal additive manufacturing.
Metal manufacturing service 3DEO announced they’ve produced 150,000 metal parts using their unique process.
BigRep hit a huge milestone with the shipment of their 500th 3D printer. We look back on how they got there.
3D model marketplace CGTrader is ready to celebrate its next design milestone and the designer who helps them reach it.
Last year alone, HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology was used to make more than 10 million parts.
Milestones are mounting in additive manufacturing, with production parts hitting new highs.
3D printing is still proving itself as a viable production technology.
This month, 3D model marketplace CGTrader hit a major milestone, announcing 1.5 million users: the CEO shares a look at the company’s impressive growth.
I’ve just noticed that 3D Systems discontinued their final Cube 3D printer earlier this year, a milestone of sorts.
Desktop Engineering reports that Precision CAD/CAM Systems recently used a 3D Systems ProJet 3000 to produce a mold for an Indiana Jones action figure. Initially they believed the new technology would simplify and speed up their prototyping process (which it undoubtably did), but they discovered that the 3D model was in fact sufficiently accurate to… Continue reading Indiana Jones in 3D