News and Stories about the 3D printing industry
3D printing solutions company, Verashape, will be unveiling their VSHAPER 5-Axis Machine, which boasts a range of features, at Formnext 2017.
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.
With their global franchise scheme, iMakr plans to conquer the world by opening 40 new 3D printer retail stores over the next two years.
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.
Dutch company Aectual makes beautiful floors for public spaces which are sustainable, customizable, and 3D printed by giant robot arms.
Prusa! HP! Formlabs! London! Some dramatic developments in the 3D printing industry, if the latest 3D Hubs Trend Report is any indication.
Online 3D printing platform MyMiniFactory is now supporting next generation 3MF files, and becomes a member of the 3MF Consortium.
3D printer manufacturer Voxeljet announced PPC², a new powder technology that wants to raise the quality of investment casting parts.
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.
Online 3D printing service Sculpteo to roll out major change, replacing their default Nylon PA11 black plastic with HP Multi Jet Fusion PA12.
BCN3D Technologies launch the new BCN3D Sigmax. Review the key facts on this professional open source 3D printer from Barcelona, Spain.