Stratasys released their very first ESG & sustainability report, perhaps the first in the industry.
The 2022 Wohlers report on Additive Manufacturing has been released.
CASTOR released their 2021 annual Additive Manufacturing Trends Report, and it’s quite a bit different than you might think.
Fictiv released their annual report on the State of Manufacturing.
3D Hubs released their periodic Trends Report, and this edition packs a lot of very interesting data.
Sculpteo has released their annual report on the state of 3D printing for 2021.
The 26th annual edition of the seminal Wohlers Report has been released, detailing (some) ongoing expansion in additive manufacturing even during a global pandemic.
Fictiv announced a very interesting addition to their manufacturing service: quality inspections.
MakerBot recently released a report analyzing the use of 3D printing in education and its application across grade levels.
MakerBot has released its 2020 3D Printing Trends Report, and there are some very interesting findings within it.
Benchmarking samples are often produced to ensure a 3D printed part delivers the required engineering performance. However, miniFactory has introduced a new twist on the process.
Women in 3D Printing’s 2020 Diversity for Additive Manufacturing report is a special edition, and it’s something everyone should read.
Women in 3D Printing is seeking feedback for a special edition of the Diversity for Additive Manufacturing report.
Among the many resources in 3D printing, the Wohlers Report remains the authoritative report for well-researched and trustworthy data.
A new report focuses on open source hardware, a sector that has a significant 3D printing presence.
MiniFactory’s new software produces a very useful report for each 3D print that may be important for clients. We had a close look at one.
3D Hubs has released its now-annual report on manufacturing and 3D printing trends, and we take a look at their statistics.
Why are so many new metal 3D printing companies and services emerging? There are three main reasons for this growth in additive manufacturing.
We’re looking at the financial results from 3D Systems for 2019Q2 and there are many negative factors in the publicly filed report, including a big loss.
Every year 3D print service Sculpteo issues a report on their users’ activities in 3D printing.
3D Systems announced their quarterly results and they were not as expected.
The 24th annual Wohlers Report is available now; Terry Wohlers shares a look at the findings.
3D Hubs released their traditional quarterly trends report.
The Diversity For Additive Manufacturing Report #3 report has been released today, International Women’s Day.
3D Hubs issued their most recent quarterly activity report today.
After a “big show” hiatus for me personally, I jumped back in last week and headed to the TCT Show 2018.
There seems to be a tide of professional industry reports on the 3D printing industry emerging lately, but I am very suspicious of the quality of some.
One of the growing ‘sidelines’ in the 3D printing industry is that of industry reports.
Peer-to-peer 3D printing network 3D Hubs released its latest report on 3D printing trends.
You might have noticed a slight financial crisis around you in recent months, but in spite of that, the 3D printing universe is still expanding, at least according to research done by nextgen. In their recent report, “3D Printing” on “Rapid Prototyping/Additive Fabrication/Solid Imaging via Stereolithography, Fused Deposition Modeling, Selective Laser Sintering and Inkjet Technologies”… Continue reading 3D Printing Market Still Growing
A press release from Stratasys, makers of the popular Dimension series of 3D Printers, seems to indicate they lead the pack of manufacturers. The release. Evidently the Minnesota-based company is now producing more than half of the 3D printers being made today (53 percent, according to a report from Wohler’s, available here.) Other highlights: … Continue reading Stratasys Leading
The UK government’s Health and Safety Executive has issued a brief report on “Rapid Manufacturing”, in which they predict there could be 100,000 rapid manufacturing devices in use by 2010. In the longer term, the development of equipment and materials enabling the fabrication of products in the home via desktop “fabbers”3 and ultimately perhaps, Molecular… Continue reading Health and Safety of Fabs