I’ve been wondering about the actual logistics of using 3D printing in military settings, and its a bit more gray than black and white.
IKEA has quietly introduced a pair of 3D printed designs in their online store.
Additive manufacturing start-up, Replique, recently announced that it is partnering with German home appliance manufacturer Miele.
3D Systems announced a massive divestiture of their worldwide 3D print service business.
RIZE announced a partnership to produce full color 3D printed anime toys.
I’m reading a fascinating piece on how supply chains are evolving towards a new world of 3D printing.
I’m reading a fascinating story about how a small motorsport company is using 3D printing in a very different way.
British Airways unexpectedly published a list of possible 3D printing applications for their future. We took a look at what it means.
It’s now possible to 3D print spare parts on demand for aircraft in flight using blockchain technology.
The vision of a digital inventory with on-demand 3D printing is becoming a reality, with several companies entering an early adopter program.
Stratasys is working on a fascinating transition to a digital inventory provider. See their experiments with rail car suppliers to understand how it works.
3D printing is part of a growing on-demand manufacturing ecosystem that is in turn set to become part of the even larger eCommerce industry as Xometry and Alibaba.com announce a partnership.
3D printing tooling is something for beer company Heineken to toast.
Xometry has announced $50 million in equity funding.
Dutch 3D printer material mastermind colorFabb has introduced something quite revolutionary: color on demand.
3D printing enables many new business models, one of which is on-demand spare parts.
Startup company Ivaldi Group announced a partnership with a new, large client that could prove their 3D printing concept works.
I’m always interested to see new applications of 3D printing, and have one that may not have been implemented yet.