How does Ultimaker make so many 3D printer sales? We had a chat with them and found out their secret sales approach, and it’s very different.
Charles R. Goulding and Andressa Bonafe of R&D Tax Savers discuss the Pareto Principle as it can be applied to the business of 3D printing.
What’s really going on at MyMiniFactory? We found out by speaking directly to their new CEO, Chengxi Wang, to find out their true strategy.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata of R&D Tax Savers discuss a bullish look at HP’s 3D printing activity.
3D Hubs has made a very strategic hire by taking on a co-founder of one of their new major competitors.
I recently visited SLM Solutions North America, and during that visit learned more about how the company has been updating its operations and strategies.
What happened to Stratasys’ 3D print demonstration technologies? We examine the Continuous Build 3D Printer, the Robotic Composite and Infinite Build technologies.
Is 3D Systems changing strategy? They are selling their FabPro 1000 as a consumer or prosumer platform via Amazon Prime Day — what comes next?
HP’s focus on sustainability and collaboration in 3D printing and digital manufacturing goes to the top.
An entry in our Learning Series hopes to show you the business aspects of 3D printing, including purchasing, leasing, providing services, designing and marketing.
We spoke with Ultimaker’s USA chief, Jamie Howard, to learn more about the company’s strategy.
There are several factors that determine whether a 3D printer is successful.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi of R&D Tax Savers discuss sales approaches in the 3D printing industry.
Today Shapeways announced the availability of two new 3D print materials, but I’m now wondering if there is something more going on behind the scenes.
Bringing people together to understand its business was the key motivation behind FELIXprinters opening up its HQ facility and factory based in the Netherlands on April 1.
New moves at Roboze show ongoing commitment to sales growth.
Carbon and ZVerse have announced a strategic partnership to “bridge the design gap for digital manufacturing.”
CRP has announced a change in commercial policy for Windform materials.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss HP’s forward momentum.
It’s not always about revenue; sometimes patents are worth it to prove larger positioning.
A recent partnership announcement shows how the business of 3D printing can be as fast-moving as the technology.
I sat down with execs from SOLIDWORKS to chat about 3D printing and the popular CAD software.
At SOLIDWORKS WORLD 2019 we had the chance to learn more about Dassault Systèmes’ software strategy.
This week’s question is an interesting corporate enquiry.
This week’s selection is “Interdisciplinary and International Perspectives on 3D Printing in Education” by Ieda M. Santos, Nagla Ali, and Shaljan Areepattamannil.
Printing mainstay Xerox targets innovation and a fast-growing market, fulfilling promises in stepping into 3D printing.
Once in a while a company makes a very strategic move. This is one of them.
Two leaders in the desktop 3D printing space have just appointed new execs with a focus on global expansion.
Carbon announced additional partnerships recently, but it seems to be a part of a larger strategy for business expansion.
Should more companies stay in stealth mode longer?
Stratasys announced a deal with Siemens for 3D printing, but I think there is much more behind this arrangement.
Evolve Additive Solutions is evolving with a significant equity investment round: company execs fill us in on the implications.
Charles Goulding and Andressa Bonafe of R&D Tax Savers discuss the connections between LEGO and 3D printing.
One may ask why this industry or that isn’t using 3D printing, but there’s one group that seems to have figured out how to get it going.
MakerBot’s materials strategy seems be successful.
With yesterday’s announcement of new MakerBot tools for educators, it is now very clear what the original desktop 3D printer company is pursuing. Being in existence since 2009 means the company has seen literally the entire scope and evolution of desktop 3D printing, from its wild and promising beginnings, to the absurd heights of media… Continue reading MakerBot’s Market Strategy Now Seems Much More Certain
This week HP announced several things related to their 3D print strategy, but adding them up reveals they are quite serious about the technology.
3D Systems has added two new individuals on their board of directors, and this has explained a lot to me.
Deep inside Stratasys’ 100,000 word Form 20-F filing is a detailed list of their growth strategy.
Stratasys is one of the largest 3D printing companies in the world, and they mean to keep it that way.
An announcement this week from 3D Systems has, for me, settled the debate about 3D Systems’ strategy going forward.
Berlin-based 3D print service Trinckle has made another announcement, and I’m beginning to see an interesting growth strategy at their company.
Today 3D print giant Stratasys announced a bold new strategy focused on industry that will no doubt have a significant effect on manufacturing in the future.
Readers may recall that 3D printing giant recently installed a brand new CEO. Now we know his motivations.
We had an opportunity recently to speak with Ultimaker CEO Siert Wijnia, and discovered something very unusual.