Oil giant BP is studying the impact of 3D printing on their businesses. With its potential of disrupting logistics, it could become a serious threat to the companies.
Brooklyn 3D printing manufacturing company Voodoo Manufacturing just raised $1.4 million in funding from KPCB Edge. They will expand their team and add 50 3D printers to their printer cluster.
With 48 hours left on their Kickstarter campaign, Next Dynamics facing questions about having a working prototype of their NexD1 3D printer.
Consumer stories get all the headlines, but B2B is driving 3D printing - that's the opinion of Whitecloud's CEO and Founder Jerry Ropelato.
MakerBot announces the resignation of CEO Jonathan Jaglom and the appointment of company president Nadav Goshen as his successor.
Millebot is a large scale 3D printer built into a shipping container to make additive manufacturing mobile and useful in a crisis.
In a world first for the maritime industry, new RAMLAB additive manufacturing lab will feature Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) robots.
Widely known for their high performance materials, German company Henkel is developing filaments and powder materials for 3D printing.
Announced at Formnext 2016, new CoCr process allows customers in orthopedic industry to realize the full potential of Arcam’s EBM technology.
Major Chinese smartphone maker has taken a big interest in additive manufacturing; leaked pictures show first look at the Xiaomi 3D printer.
After unveiling their versatile robotic arm system in June, Tend.ai has now raised $2 million to continue its development. It allows you to monitor and control your machines.
Researchers suggest that 3D printed magnets perform just as well or even better than magnets made using traditional methods.
Online 3D printing service 3D Hubs plans to integrate Printivate into its platform to improve 3D file handling and printability prediction.
A Bosch factory in Mondeville, France has saved around 80,000 euros over the past year by using Zortrax M200 3D printers in daily operations.
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Industry titans like BMW, GE and Nikon are investing millions of dollars into hot 3D printing startup Carbon.
3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker is getting a €15 million loan to speed up research and development. Also, they launch a new EU educational program.