News and Stories about the 3D printing industry
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.
Currently, new and improved SLA 3D printing technologies are announced almost on a weekly base, and one outperforms the other with its estimated specifications.
Bioprinting takes organic materials to form tissues and organs. Find out what‘s possible in this fascinating medical field today.
3D printing company Rize has integrated digital rights management into physical 3D printed parts at the voxel-level; embedded QR codes can be used to provide compliance, authenticity and traceability.
The 2017 Shapeways Transparency Report shines a light on how the world's biggest 3D printing marketplace handles accusations of infringement of intellectual property.
Vader Systems is a start-up run by a family. Together they'e invented a liquid metal 3d printer which could transform additive manufacturing.
The new Onyx One 3D printer from Markforged will print carbon fiber reinforced parts for a prosumer-friendly starting price of $3,500.
Again, Gartner has analyzed the 3D printing market. Their conclusion: 3D Printing has a bright future - but some sections will have to wait.
So how was 2017 for you? Looking forward to 2018? Several leading figures in the 3D printing industry talk to ALL3DP about their expectations for the year ahead.
After helping Formlabs become the front-runner in desktop SLA 3D printing, the Form 1+ has officially been laid to rest.
The STL 3D printing file format might be outdated soon. Giants like Apple and Microsoft want to define new standards for 3D printing.
Shapeways, Sculpteo, i.Materialise, Rinkak and 3D Hubs ship professional 3D printed goods to consumers. Here’s what you must know about their pros and cons.
Fraunhofer IPA researchers combined additive manufacturing and injection molding to create the Additive Freeform Casting process which benefits from the advantages of both technologies.
According to a new study by auditing and consulting company Ernst & Young, German companies are world leaders in the use of 3D printers.
Currently, 3D Systems, Mcor and Stratasys offer prograde color 3D printers. Now there are new kids on the block: Autodesk and Samsung.
Mcor Technologies’ selective deposition lamination (SDL) technology is being used by Honda to create paper molds for carbon fiber CFRP parts.
THOR, the 3D printed mini plane, attracted a lot of attention at the ILA Berlin Air Show. Now Airbus starts testing the new airplane technology including its artificial intelligence.