Protolabs announced a very significant expansion.
Higher volume machining along with injection molding and 3D printing are now part of Protolab’s standard offering in an effort to grow market share.
Students at UC Berkeley have launched a large rocket containing a number of 3D printed components.
A Protolabs engineer’s perspective on the right DfAM approach.
There are some common pitfalls to consider when selecting 3D printing materials.
Protolabs announced the addition of another giant metal 3D printer.
Protolabs is employing two separate large-scale 3D printers to meet the rising demand for bigger metal parts.
It’s only January, but 2021 already shows an overarching theme in 3D printing: market consolidation.
Today Protolabs announced that they will acquire 3D Hubs, and I have some thoughts.
In a $280M digital manufacturing deal, Protolabs is set to acquire 3D Hubs.
Charles Goulding and Ryan Donley examine the makeup of several leading companies in 3D printing when it comes to their R&D expenditures.
Minnesota-based Protolabs plans on firing up a GE Additive Concept Laser X Line 2000R metal 3D printer late this year, and there’s a good reason why they’re doing so.
Protolabs assisted the development of an award-winning consumer product, demonstrating the power of today’s manufacturing services.
Protolabs has awarded two healthcare organizations with manufacturing support services to assist in the development of new and highly valuable healthcare devices.
Minnesota-based Protolabs announced this week the addition of Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) technology to its portfolio of manufacturing and prototyping technologies.
Carbon is set to expand its Digital Light Synthesis technology with Protolabs and Dentsply Sirona.
Charles Goulding & Ryan Donley of R&D Tax Savers discuss 3D printing R&D.
3D printed fashion added to the extravaganza that is the Met Gala this year.
How do we know there’s real-world demand for 3D printing? Installations.
A new industry-facing consortium is focused on a collaborative approach to invent the future of additive manufacturing.
As 3D printing, particularly metal, advances toward production, service providers are taking notice: an interview with Protolabs.