News and Stories about the 3D printing industry
New online course from MIT and Boeing to teach professionals how to invent and implement innovative new applications for additive manufacturing.
3D printing is getting big, literally. We take a look at 3D printing buildings to see if that is a topic we will read and hear more about. And: Yes, we will.
Carmaker BMW showed a 3D printed motorcycle frame at their Digital Day 2018 in Munich, an S1000RR superbike with a frame and swing arm fabricated using metal powder laser melting.
With the latest update to their Z-SUITE software, desktop 3D printer manufacturer Zortrax is rolling out support for third-party filaments
The Leapfrog Bolt is unveiled at the Additive Manufacturing Show 2016, will its cutting edge features leave the competition green with envy?
Read our exclusive interview with TEVO CEO Tan Qianmin about recent controversies concerning his company and the 3D printing community.
BCN3D Technologies launch the new BCN3D Sigmax. Review the key facts on this professional open source 3D printer from Barcelona, Spain.
Have you been wondering which budget 3D printer to buy? Check out the Monoprice MP Select Mini 3D Printed V2 costing just $219.
At the Rapid + TCT Event in Fort Worth this week, 3D printing manufacturer MakerGear are launching their new M3 Independent Dual 3D Printer and MakerGear Cloud Software.
Shining the light for 3D printer manufacturing in the United Kingdom, CEL announces a super-sized RoboxPRO 3D printer with dual extrusion, Olsson Ruby nozzles, and a wealth of features. Review the facts here.
Exclusive look at Thingiverse trends over a 30 day period, with the most popular models and software, plus geographical and demographic data.
A desktop 3D printer that's affordable, user-friendly, and capable of top quality prints? Read our review of the formidable CEL RoboxDual.
The new E3D Ultimaker 2 Extrusion Upgrade Kit promises to bring superior 3D printing performance to the Ultimaker 2 family.
World's largest truck manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has a massive inventory of spare parts, and soon many of them will be 3D printed on demand.
GE awarded $9 million contract by US Navy to develop framework to rapidly 3D print replacement parts for ships, aircraft, and other critical military assets. The focus of the research is 3D printing with metal.
The new MakerBot Labs Experimental Extruder opens up the MakerBot Replicator+ 3D printer to third party filaments and experimental settings.
Formlabs launches new automated washing and post-curing system -- called Form Warm and Form Cure -- for end-to-end SLA 3D printing.