All3DP visited the premiere „Additive Manufacturing“ Show in Amsterdam. Here are the three trends you need to know about.
All3DP sits down with Ultimaker CEO Jos Burger and CTO Siert Wijnia to learn about their experiences, new machines and their outlook for the 3D printing industry for 2016.
At CES 2015, 3D printing was Everybody’s Darling. CES 2016 was a bit quieter. But a lot of clever improvements were shown that make 3D printing much better.
Team FAST is building a 3D printed sustainable car which is fueled by formic acid - a natural substance produced by ants.
Which are the most wanted 3D printers in 2016? That's the question 3D Hubs asked its members, some of the most dedicated 3D printer users in the world.
3D printing steps into the spotlight again, this time a custom pair of 3D printed heels worn by the Dutch Minister of Education.
In a rare glimpse behind the scenes of Apple, it's revealed that several 3D printers play a pivotal role in their "Top-Secret Input Lab".
Dutch manufacturers have released open source blueprints for the two newest printers in their range, Ultimaker 2 Go and Ultimaker Extended.
An engineer from New Zealand has 3D printed the world's smallest working circular saw, adding to his growing collection of miniature tools.
With the current layoffs at Makerbot and the demise of smaller companies, it may seem an odd timing, but market researchers are very confident: 3D printing will be bigger than the internet.
Joris van Tubergen had an idea how to make his Ultimaker print in unlimited height. His Kickstarter project shows that simplest ideas are the best.
Want to know what’s happening at these "3D Printshows"? Take a look at our in-depth-coverage from the small, but exquisite 3D Printshow Berlin.
It is now more imperative than ever that schools educate their students about the emerging digital fabrication technologies, especially those of the "additive kind" (i.e. 3D printing) that are going to fundamentally change the world and the way we manufacture our goods.