In tandem with its Fall Creators update for Windows 10, Microsoft has launched its new 3D visualization platform: Mixed Reality.
Online 3D printing platform MyMiniFactory is now supporting next generation 3MF files, and becomes a member of the 3MF Consortium.
The go-to-engineering platform of many engineers, SolidWorks, is receiving a long-awaited make-over this year. The update is due for release in November.
Dutch studio Joris Laarman Lab, designer of the MX3D steel bridge, is subject of an exhibition at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.
3D printer manufacturer Voxeljet announced PPC², a new powder technology that wants to raise the quality of investment casting parts.
3D Lab unveils the ATO One, an office-sized atomization system that enables more cost-effective and faster production of metal powders.
Nora Toure, General Manager of Sculpteo and founder of Women in 3D Printing, talks about her own journey and the rise of women in tech.
Occupational therapist, Guy Ehretsmann from PoleErgo, uses 3D printing to create customized objects for patients with mobility disabilities.
Carbon's Luke Kelly and Phil DeSimone talk Adidas Futurecraft, material innovation, and bringing 3D printing to the mass production stage.
AstroPrint has just released its new AstroPrint Mobile app for iOS and Android. With it, mobile users get 3D print oversight and management.
Formlabs releases Dental LT Clear - the first long-term biocompatible resin for orthodontic applications - and updates to dental software.
Renishaw is showing off new hardware and software at formnext including the RenAM 500Q with four lasers, quadrupling 3D printing processes.
Stephen Nigro, president of HP's 3DP business, claims that the tech giant has created a "novel 3D metal approach" that could surface in 2018.
Augmented reality apps attract much attention. We review the best software that will help you create your own custom AR apps and games.
A plastic surgeon in Turkey is using 3D scanning and printing to create masks, in color, to show patients how they'll look after surgery.
The State Library Queensland in Australia plans to recreate a rare and delicate Braille Globe using scanning and 3D printing technologies.