News and Stories about the 3D printing industry
New to the international trade show scene, In(3D)ustry promotes the use of 3D printing in the industrial sector with a "Museum of Reality".
GE Healthcare's Innovative Design and Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center for Europe is now open in Uppsala, Sweden.
Raoul Leering, head of international trade analysis at ING, believes that 3D printing could erase a quarter of global trade by 2060.
Online 3D printing service Sculpteo to roll out major change, replacing their default Nylon PA11 black plastic with HP Multi Jet Fusion PA12.
Release of uniVERSE accessory mount CAD is big news; creative community can now imagine and 3D print their own designs for OtterBox products.
German Chemical Company BASF buys Dutch filament producer Innofil3D, will play central role in BASF’s production of 3D printing filaments.
Whispering Gibbon is offering a free beta trial use of its Perfected3D software, which converts designs into models for easy 3D printing.
Startup NVBots has brought to market a fully automated commercial 3D printer equipped with cloud-based queuing and automatic part removal.
The HP Jet Fusion 3D printer finds its first home in the United Kingdom, at the Manufacturing Technology Center in Coventry.
Hot on the heels of introducing new technologies and machines to its lineup, Formlabs announces a valuable addition to its board.
The Technical University Eindhoven and BAM are using 3D printing to develop a bridge made especially for bikers - not an easy task.
Ohmni is a robot developed using Printrbot 3D printers which will make speaking to family easier, no matter where in the world you are.
Attention Eager Beavers! Online 3D printing service Shapeways is launching an Early Access Programme for the HP Multi Jet Fusion printer.
German industrial group, Thyssenkrupp, has announced the launch of a 3D printing center which will produce plastic and metal products.
Wohlers Associates and Materialise are offering a three-day course on design for additive manufacturing (DfAM) in Leuven, Belgium.
Citing a need to protect IP and freedom to innovate, open source 3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker is now investing in defensive patents.
Taiwanese 3D printing company XYZprinting is targeting the professional and consumer markets with four new 3D printing products in February.