News and Stories about the 3D printing industry
Josef Prusa has announced the new Original Prusa i3 MK3. Review the facts on the latest and greatest desktop 3D printer from Prusa Research.
Raise3D is appointing a new CEO, Diogo Quental, from January next year. Quental is offering his expertise to scale up the company's operation.
Swedish-headquartered Additive Manufacturing company Arcam announces the departure of both its CEO and CFO.
TechShop, which was open for 11 years, now faces bankruptcy and all 14 shops across the US are closing effective immediately. If you're a member, email to avoid losing your money.
GE Additive Digital industrial company announced that it has acquired GeonX, a firm that specializes in virtual manufacturing and simulation software.
Christmas comes early to users of the LulzBot 3D printer range. Aleph Objects announce 10 new products to enhance the 3D printing experience.
BigRep, the 3D printing technology startup, and BASF are forming a strategic alliance to speed up the wholesale introduction of 3D printing into industry.
In a surprise move, desktop 3D printer brand XYZPrinting is expanding into the industrial 3D printer market with 5 new machines.
According to latest data from 3D Hubs, London is the most active 3D printing city in the world. We speak to the local hubs driving this trend.
With 3D printing, robotics, and smart wearables, technology firm Seiko Epson has an ambitious target; to double their global revenue in 2025.
Kodak has signed Smart International as their global 3D printing brand licensee and they're creating 3D printers for creative professionals.
Berlin startup BigRep is partnering up with Heidelberg Digital Platforms for production of the BigRep STUDIO large-scale 3D printer.
To fuel their plans for world desktop domination, Dutch 3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker announces a major cash injection from NPM Capital.
The US Air Force Research Lab uses the National Synchrotron Light Source to better understand & formulate new 3D print-strengthening fillers.
Renishaw is showing off new hardware and software at formnext including the RenAM 500Q with four lasers, quadrupling 3D printing processes.
Impossible Objects raised $6.4 million in a Series A investment round led by OCA Ventures. They'll release the Model One printer this year.