I had a chat with Replique, a German additive manufacturing network.
We took a look at a new educational 3D printer from the Tutolino Educational Network.
Protolabs has rebranded their manufacturing network, and there’s an interesting story behind the change.
A grassroots organization in Israel is 3D printing items for the IDF.
3DOS has signed an agreement to help build a 3D printing ecosystem in Japan.
An operation in Ukraine has created a community network for 3D printing military components.
Roboze announced yet more resellers for their products, illustrating the critical importance of resellers to manufacturers.
I’m reading an unusual press release from Cubee where they announce the first “Record Label” for 3D Designers.
Berlin-based company MakerVerse is making waves in the manufacturing network space.
The network consists of seven additive manufacturing job shops able to handle protoypes or small-series part production
A new venture called 3DOS looks to become the next big manufacturing network.
IC3D Printers has launched their annual toy drive, the 2022 3D Printed Toys for Tots campaign.
Cubee is a new manufacturing network that hopes to pick up the demand for makers to produce 3D objects.
Xometry announced several interesting new features at their recent summit event.
Wikifactory announced a new collaborative manufacturing marketplace to complement their existing services.
Replique announced a new partner network for authorized materials that is a bit different.
EOS launched their own manufacturing network this week.
A notable software misconfiguration temporarily allowed users of the Spaghetti Detective to 3D print on other people’s equipment.
Stratasys and Xometry announced an unusual agreement to collaborate on 3D print services.
3Diligent Portal launches today, connecting manufacturers with those who need their services.
I’ve learned of a 3D printing network that operates a bit differently, and likely more effectively than typical networks.
Fictiv announced a comprehensive set of transparency features that should fit well into the current state of the world.
Industrial 3D printing is getting a new look as a new global post-processing partnership platform emerges.
With in-person industry events at a standstill, a new endeavor has launched to enable companies to meet and evaluate industrial 3D printing.
Over the past few months most regions have self-organized informal 3D printed PPE networks, but perhaps it’s time to consider shutting them down.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine how 5G networks can benefit from 3D printed MIMO antennas.
Recently I spoke with Xometry’s Aaron Lichtig to find out how the 3D printing manufacturing network is faring during the crisis.
Roboze launched their long-awaited distributed additive manufacturing service, composed of a network of experienced Roboze 3D printer operators.
A new organization hopes to link makers with those requiring disability aids with a new service. Learn how to participate.
DiManEx has developed a comprehensive service providing an end-to-end approach to 3D printing and other manufacturing services.
3D Hubs seems to have found its stride after a challenging pivot to new, more profitable markets in industrial 3D printing and manufacturing.
Do you know what Digital Inventory is? Companies like DiManEx can provide a virtual warehouse of spare parts produced on demand without need for physical storage.
It’s been the better part of a year since 3D Alliances launched to bring channels together in 3D printing; we catch up with Founder and CEO Gil Lavi on progress since.
HP has a flurry of announcements today focusing on digital manufacturing solutions, including the latest MJF 3D printer.
On-demand manufacturing is of great interest around the world, and access is widening.
3D printing industry veteran Gil Lavi shares the story of his latest endeavor.
Stratasys had a lot to show at formnext 2018 as company execs answered a lot of questions — and raised even more.
You’ve probably heard that 3D Hubs is about to shut down their DIY community 3D printing network, as we wrote the other day.
With Solidworks’ announcement of an integrated manufacturing network, questions arise regarding the future of existing community making networks.
Amsterdam-based startup Beamler is looking to build a new 3D print service network.
Belgian company Thrinno has announced a rather interesting new service that could be quite profitable for some 3D print operations.
3Diligent is a large 3D printing network focused on professional use, but this week they’ve announced a reorganization.