Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
Stratasys made a bundle of announcements this week, mostly regarding materials, but also a very key partnership.
This week, Stratasys doubled down on its additive manufacturing strategy for production.
Stratasys announced not one, but THREE new industrial 3D printers today, each very different.
It’s only January, but 2021 already shows an overarching theme in 3D printing: market consolidation.
Recent 3D printing acquisition announcements have something significant in common: production focus.
As anticipated, today it’s official: Origin is a Stratasys company following the close of the latest major 3D printing acquisition.
Charles Goulding Jr. takes a look at the fast-approaching mass production future for additive manufacturing.
In the latest $100 million 3D printing deal, Stratasys is acquiring Origin.
I had a chat with Slice Engineering’s Daniel Barousse.
With so many 3D printing efforts arising to fight the pandemic, it takes a lot for a new solution to stand out. This is that story.
Henkel and Origin have developed the first 3D printable resin for SLA 3D printers that is fire resistant and meets industry certifications. Certain industries will find this of great interest.
Want to know Velo3D’s origin story? Find out how they discovered how to 3D print metal without support structures using a revolutionary recoater system.
We had a chat with E3D-Online co-founder Sanjay Mortimer to find out more about the company.
Origin has finally revealed their mysterious 3D printer: The Origin One.
Open material platforms represent an increasingly winning approach in 3D printing.
I’m looking at a 3D printing startup that recently emerged from stealth mode, Origin.