Anisoprint continues to grow through a series of challenges.
How is Digital Metal doing after their surprise acquisition by Markforged?
Xact Metal is shifting their focus towards commercialization.
Sinterit announced it has fully opened operations in the US.
The challenges facing SMEs as they enter the 3D printing world are deeper than I had imagined.
A new survey has revealed the troubles 3D printer resellers encountered during last year’s catastrophic events.
Smart International is now a long way from the days of their KODAK Portrait system.
ARMOR Group announced the opening of new 3D printing materials manufacturing operations located near Cincinnati.
On a tip I took a look at how desktop 3D printer filament is priced by major suppliers and found something quite interesting.
With in-person industry events at a standstill, a new endeavor has launched to enable companies to meet and evaluate industrial 3D printing.
A company offering both synthetic cadavers and a new 3D printer has quite a story to tell, and what better storyteller than the CEO?
A series of disturbing reports have emerged this week from resellers of LulzBot’s 3D printers that could alienate the open source community.
There are many kinds of equipment resellers, but some are not appropriate for 3D printing [Source: Fabbaloo]
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.
3D printing industry veteran Gil Lavi shares the story of his latest endeavor.
3D printers are inherently full of moving parts, and thus they tend to break. Then what?
Printed Solid has broken ties with 3D printer manufacturer Creality due to ongoing open source infringements. Why did this happen?
Two Canadian firms join in what could be a style soon to be seen everywhere.
Builder, the Netherlands-based manufacturer of some very large 3D printers, has established their US marketing strategy.
Today HP announced a few interesting things, and one of them is a new reseller strategy.
Shining 3D speaks to their resellers.
Desktop Metal and Stratasys announced what might appear to be a straightforward partnership, but I think there is more than meets the eye.
There are multiple ways to purchase a 3D printer these days, and often at low cost. One way is to use a reseller, particularly for unusual makes and models.
At a recent training session at the MakerBot headquarters in Brooklyn, NY, I happen to sit next to Vincent Colaianni, the Director of Sales Development at TGI Office Automation, a leading office technology provider that has been in business over 50 years.
For the majority of the thousands of IT office product dealers and resellers in the US, 3D printing is a new technology.
Le Fab Shop is a France-based 3D print operation you may have heard of, but now they’re beginning a transition.
We’re checking out a new 3D print vendor, Becoming3D, who markets a variety of 3D printers, supplies and services.
We’ve written about the BFB 3000 before: it’s a fully assembled 3D printer priced under £2,000. Marketed in the UK and US by A1 Technologies, we now see that the device is being sold in Australia and New Zealand by Benson Machines. The BFB 3000 is produced by Bits From Bytes and is a… Continue reading Bensons Has the BFB 3000
Channel Insider writes of five reasons they believe value added resellers should consider adding 3D printers to their catalog of products. Let’s examine their rationale: Reason # 1: Soaring Market Growth Who knew? The 3D printing market is in major growth mode. In a down economy, companies that want to stay afloat need to innovate… Continue reading Top 5 Reasons To Get Into the 3D Printer Market?