3D printing promises… but can it deliver, asks Karim Hamdi. The Munich based entrepreneur is an expert in 3D printing: You probably heard of him as founder of Fabbeo and CEO of Artshapes. Currently he works as a freelance 3D printing consultant. Here‘s his guest post at All3DP. Ever since the boom of desktop 3D printing and the ensuing hype, […]
Guest post from Cameron Norris from Wevolver PLEN2 is a app controlled, Arduino, open-source, easy to program & 3D printable robot. Adorable.
Let’s look forward to 3d printers in 2018. What needs to stay the same? What needs to change? How should a 3D printer look like in 2018?
Will 3D printed athlete’s shoes ever be more than an elite brand marketing? Rachel Park takes a look at the shoes & car industries.
If you want to manufacture a silicon object, you usually need a mould. This will most likely change thanks to a UK patent: Picsima can now 3D print silicon parts without further tooling.
All3DP’s co-founder Anatol Locker visited Gamescom in Cologne - and found a million-dollar business no one has entered yet.
Consumer stories get all the headlines, but B2B is driving 3D printing - that's the opinion of Whitecloud's CEO and Founder Jerry Ropelato.
3D printing is still in its early decades. It’s the millennial generation that will be “normalizing” 3D technologies. And here’s what this has to do with Minecraft.
Newcomer 3dprintmaterials.guru wants to offer better test results for 3D printing filament. They do this by crowdsourcing reviews to dedicated and independent filament testers.
Getting your feet wet in 3D printing is becoming increasingly important, says Rachel Park. Also, businesses could take an active role in supporting their current workforces.
3D printing should be added to the curriculum, says Rachel Park. Still, we must overcome a number of barriers for widespread adoption.
Consumer 3D printing is close thanks to 3D printing service bureaus. A comment of Mathias Plica, CEO of All3DP, on Gartners Hype Cycle Curve on 3D printing.
Since the hype of 3D printing we hear stories on how 3D printing will save us.
But how can we tell helpful approach from a bogus one?