Essentium released the 2022 edition of their annual additive manufacturing survey.
Security is an often ignored part of additive manufacturing.
Sculpteo has launched their annual industry survey, and we encourage readers to respond.
Industry survey covers the brain drain, economics, humanitarian efforts and more.
Formlabs is running a very unusual online survey.
Which brands of 3D printers are most well-known?
What are the most important factors to consider when purchasing a desktop 3D printer?
MakerBot released their annual “State of 3D Printing” report and as usual it includes some interesting statistics.
Our annual reader survey ends this week, and there’s not much time left to enter to win an amazing desktop 3D printer.
We’ve rolled out our annual reader survey, and this year you could win an amazing desktop 3D printer if you participate.
It’s that time of year again; we’re rolling out our annual reader survey, and this year you could win an amazing desktop 3D printer if you participate.
It’s that time of year again; we’re rolling out our annual reader survey, and this year there is an incredible prize for one lucky respondent.
Results of a new industry survey were released by Essentium, and they show a very strong trend towards AM.
A recent survey across manufacturers supports the need for major upskilling focus to scale up industrial additive manufacturing.
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.
With the surge in industrial use of additive manufacturing technologies, it’s useful to know what benefits exist and which barriers still remain.
A new survey has revealed the troubles 3D printer resellers encountered during last year’s catastrophic events.
Sculpteo has launched their annual State of 3D Printing survey.
We’ve completed an analysis of our 2020 Fabbaloo Reader Survey and here’s what we found.
It’s the final days for you to shovel us some direct feedback via our annual survey.
Last call: let us know what you want 3D printing developments you want to read about.
It’s year end and our annual survey is still open for your feedback.
We’d love to hear from you: what do you want to hear about in 3D printing?
It’s that time of year again; we’re rolling out our annual reader survey.
MakerBot has released its 2020 3D Printing Trends Report, and there are some very interesting findings within it.
Women in 3D Printing’s 2020 Diversity for Additive Manufacturing report is a special edition, and it’s something everyone should read.
They call post-processing the “dirty little secret” of 3D printing, but let’s talk about it in the 2020 post-processing survey.
Fictiv released their annual “State of Manufacturing” report, and there are some notable changes from previous years’ reports.
Women in 3D Printing is seeking feedback for a special edition of the Diversity for Additive Manufacturing report.
Charles R. Goulding digs into Sculpteo’s latest State of 3D Printing survey.
3D print service Sculpteo today released the results of their latest comprehensive annual survey of 3D printing use worldwide, and there’s several important findings.
We want to know how your 3D printing operations, business or personal, have been impacted.
Sculpteo has opened up their annual survey for respondents, and it’s very important your viewpoint be registered.
Our annual reader survey is complete, and we thank everyone who participated. I thought it could be interesting to show some of the results, which really are all about you.
A new survey of large-scale 3D printing operations from Essentium reveals what could be a fatal flaw in the strategies of most major 3D printer manufacturers who hope to move towards production additive manufacturing.
Our annual survey is about to close, so please get your thoughts in to us as soon as you can.
Dassault Systèmes has undertaken a survey to understand consumer attitudes to custom-made products and this could affect the future growth of 3D printing.
Guess what? Our annual survey is now open for only a short while longer. To get your opinion registered and be eligible for the prize, please read on!
Fabbaloo’s 2019 Annual Reader Survey is still open and we really want to hear from all of you 3D printer operators!
The Fabbaloo 2019 Reader Survey Is Open!
A researcher wants to know more about how you use photogrammetry, and you can fill out his survey to help a research project.
Essentium commissioned an extensive survey of manufacturers to determine additive manufacturing usage and intentions. The results were very surprising.
Autodesk provides a self-assessment tool for the construction industry; should they also provide one for 3D printing?
Can 3D printing waste be recycled to create a sustainable material lifecycle? New research requires your input on this important topic.
Finally we have a glimpse at the 3D print post-processing market, due to a survey performed by PostProcess Technologies.
Charles Goulding and Andressa Bonafe of R&D Tax Savers discuss generational impact of 3D printing demographics.
Every year 3D print service Sculpteo issues a report on their users’ activities in 3D printing.
Fictiv released the results of a survey of their manufacturing clients and found some interesting results.
A research project is investigating the effect of environmental conditions on 3D printing, and they need your assistance.
3D printer manufacturer Essentium just released the results of their recent survey on production 3D printing usage.
The Diversity For Additive Manufacturing Report #3 report has been released today, International Women’s Day.
Alexander Daniels Global’s third annual Additive Manufacturing Salary Survey is available.
Our friends at Sculpteo have launched their annual industry survey.
We’ve completed our annual reader survey and found some interesting results that we’d like to show you.
We’re ringing in 2019 the best way we can: paying attention to you, our community.
Yes, it is a new year, but we are keeping our annual survey open just a bit longer.
It’s that time of year again, and there’s a big benefit to you.
Every year we gather feedback from our readers, and now we’re doing it for 2018.
Fictiv released a survey of their community that sheds some light on 3D print practices.
3D print service Sculpteo performs an extensive annual survey of the industry.
An interesting survey was conducted by Filaments.Directory that reveals some interesting behavior by 3D printer operators.
It’s time to find out how you’re using 3D metal printing technology.
Surveys are more important than you might think.
It’s that time of year once again: our annual survey awaits.
Each year we run a very brief survey of our readers, and it’s time for the 2017 version.
Each year Sculpteo performs an interesting survey of the 3D printing community and the results this year show some interesting trends.
Our annual reader survey is STILL going and we need your input today!
Yes, there is still time to participate in our annual reader survey, once again powered by 3D print service Sculpteo.
This blog is read by many thousands of people worldwide, but we really don’t know enough about you.
For fun I used Google’s famous search autofill to see what people are searching for when specifying a number of 3D printing companies. The results are very clear.
3D print service Sculpteo undertook a comprehensive survey of their clients earlier this year and today they publish the results.
A survey is underway seeking answers from professionals using 3D printing / additive manufacturing processes.
3D print service Sculpteo recently undertook a survey of their members to gauge feelings on various topics. The results are quite interesting.
Last week we opened our annual census of readers, and it’s still open for you to participate and hopefully win the grand prize.
This blog is read by many thousands of people worldwide, but we really don’t know enough about you. With the help of 3D print service Sculpteo, we’d like to find out what you’re looking for from us.
A report from Leapfrog 3D Printers examines the benefits seen by engineers using personal 3D printers.
A comprehensive survey performed by industry analysts Gartner have identified the key barrier to investment in 3D printing technology by companies: Cost.
Peer Production has published the results of their most recent annual 3D printing survey. The survey probed the use of 3D printers by the public in an effort to understand current state and trends in the personal 3D printing industry. What did they find? You can read the entire report at the link below,… Continue reading Peer Production’s 3D Printing Survey Results, 2013
The P2P Foundation, who recently issued their annual 3D printing survey, have come up with another survey specifically to analyze Thingiverse. Thingiverse has become the most notable 3D-model-for-3D-printing free repository, now boasting over 100,000 3D models. But with that size comes questions. Are these things publicly viewable or private? Why upload things? Have you… Continue reading It’s A Thingiverse Survey
There’s a survey going on right now that everyone in the 3D printing space should fill out. It’s an annual survey on 3D printing usage by Jarkko Moilanen of Peer Production and supported by the P2P Foundation. Last year’s survey gathered responses from 350 folks, but with the tremendous growth of 3D printing over the… Continue reading A 2013 3D Printing Survey
You might recall we pointed you, dear readers, to a survey being undertaken by Create It Real? Now the results of said survey have been published and we can take a look at what you said. The answers reveal the tone resonating among 3D printing enthusiasts these days. The first question asked, “what… Continue reading 3D Printing Survey Results
Danish 3D printing company Create It Real has opened up a survey specifically for 3D printer enthusiasts. They’re gathering information for, well, we don’t actually know. But surveys are always useful and we’re hoping to publish the results after they’re collated by Create It Real. According to Create It Real’s Susann Berger: We are… Continue reading A 3D Printing Survey For You
A recent ENGINEERING.com survey revealed that our engineering and design readers are very optimistic about the future of the consumer-class 3D printers. But counter to the wishful claims made by those with a vested interest, they don’t believe that sweeping change is coming. Read More at ENGINEERING.com
Strong, steady growth for the entire 3D printing industry is what our survey results show. According to our readers, that growth will be driven by advances in materials, output quality, speed and overall performance. What they aren’t accepting are the extremes: no growth or explosive growth. Read More at ENGINEERING.com
We just noticed an online survey of 3D printing usage that readers may be interested in filling out. Created by Spanish mechanical/product engineer JulioHCD, the survey is intended to assist in his research: I have been involved in 3D print for building product models and prototypes…My interests include design inspired by nature, plastic… Continue reading 3D Printing Survey
Readers may recall a widespread survey of the 3D printing industry was undertaken a short time ago. While we have already published our highlights of the survey, we’d like you to have another look at them. In a very different way. Stephen Murphy has transformed the static numbers into highly animated charts and… Continue reading The 3D Printing Survey Comes Alive
Some time ago we directed Fabbaloo readers to an academic survey of the 3D printing community sponsored by the P2P Foundation. Now, the results are available, giving us a first real peek into the world of 3D printing. What were the results? There were many results, but here’s the interesting findings, as we… Continue reading 3D Printing Community Survey Results
Do you like surveys? Ok, some people don’t. But this one might be important. PeerProductions is running a survey dedicated to 3D printing and would like your input. But you’d better hurry, as it closes on May 15th. The survey is quite short and its twenty questions requires only a few moments to complete.… Continue reading 3D Printing Community Survey
Marvelous Onwukamike of TUHH, Hamburg University of Technology, is conducting a survey on the organization of open design projects. We felt that many Fabbaloo readers might be appropriate respondents to this exercise. The 36-question survey is available for interested parties, and takes approximately 8-10 minutes to complete. The survey may be found right here. … Continue reading How Are Open Design Projects Organized?
Readers may recall we issued a survey the other week, attempting to duplicate 3D Systems’ survey by using the same questions. The responses have slowed, so it’s time to take a look at the results, which you can see by clicking on the chart for a larger view. The highlights, as we see it:… Continue reading Fabbaloo Survey Results
We found a survey link in our email from 3D Systems, one of the largest commercial manufacturers of 3D printers. 3D Systems is seeking to learn what their clients and prospects think is important in a 3D printer. We’re wondering that too. Therefore, we have duplicated 3D Systems’ key question in our very own… Continue reading What’s The Most Important Characteristic of a 3D Printer?