This week’s selection is “Identifying Waste on the Shopfloor”.
Desktop Metal announced the availability of 316L steel for their Shop System.
Charles R. Goulding considers the intellectual curiosity required for more machine shops to adopt 3D printing in their work.
Desktop Metal’s mid-volume metal 3D printing offering, the Shop System, is now shipping globally.
I’m reading a fascinating story about how a small motorsport company is using 3D printing in a very different way.
Desktop Metal announced a new low-cost binder jet metal 3D printer for metal workshops, including high resolution capability and integrated end-to-end part production.
The best way to learn about 3D printing is directly — so go to the events.
Purchasing a traditional home may be physical proof that you’ve officially made it as an adult.
So you’ve decided to make your own 3D printing filament. Great. …How?
Are you a total n00b?
This week’s selection is “The Maker’s Field Guide: The Definitive Reference for the Professional Designer” by Christopher Armstrong.
What happens when a business leader with the core of a true maker and engineer gets his hands on the resources to build whatever he wants?
The last time we saw AddUp’s modular 3D printing workshop, it was merely a desktop model. Now we managed to walk through a real one.
MakerBot has undergone an incredible transformation in its brief, 8 year existence. Now it’s apparently a “shop machine”.
The Columbus Idea Foundry is one of many community workshops that keep popping up all over the globe. Their mission: The “Idea Foundry” is intended to serve those in the community who express interest in art, design, engineering, and fabrication but have not yet found a viable outlet for exploring such a complex combination… Continue reading The Columbus Idea Foundry
NextFab Studio opens a new workshop for innovators today in Philadelphia at the University City Science Center. The workshop comprises some 3,600 square feet of space filled with various modern manufacturing tools, including laser cutters and of course 3D printers. Use of the facility, which operates much like a neighbourhood gym, is by membership, which… Continue reading 3D Printer “Gym” Opens in Philly