FABULOUS announced a new 3D print material, “ACTIVE”.
Impossible Objects has partnered with Ricoh 3D to offer strong, lightweight 3D printed composite parts to European customers.
The trend continues: 3D printing companies, one by one, are transforming their activities to place less burden on the environment.
After a few months wondering what was going on with Ricoh’s 3D printing strategy, we spoke with the team for an update.
We gave Ricoh’s new instant quote option for their 3D print services a test and were quite surprised with the result.
Ricoh seems to have shifted their additive manufacturing strategy from one of producing 3D printers to offering print services and materials.
Apparently there is a new distributor of Stratasys equipment in New Zealand: Ricoh!
While Ricoh has been selling their SLS-based 3D printer for over a year, they’re now beginning to move into a very different 3D printing technology.
To most people, the name “Ricoh” means photocopiers or cameras. Now, the company is hoping that same name will also mean “3D printing”.