Entries for April 2018

What Happened to 3D Printing Marketplaces After the Consumer Bubble?
Engineering.com speaks to the leading 3D printing marketplaces to understand how they adapted to the...
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Ultimaker Releases Larger, More Automated S5 3D Printer
Engineering.com speaks to President of Ultimaker North America John Kawola about the company’s new S...
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nScrypt Demonstrates Ability to 3D Print Embedded Sensors for Medical Devices
nScrypt has developed a range of industrial and biological 3D printing tools, including methods for ...
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Shapeways to Expand 3D Printing Marketplace with $30M in Funding
3D printing marketplace Shapeways has received a massive Series E investment led by Lux Capital.
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Stratasys Releases ULTEM-Killer Thermoplastic
PEKK-based Antero has superior chemical resistance and strength.
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Airbus to Install First 3D-Printed Components into Aircraft Cabins
Materialise has 3D printed spacers that will be visible to passengers inside aircraft cabins.
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Rize Uses Voxel Control for Augmented Reality in 3D-Printed Parts
Rize has demonstrated the ability to embed QR codes for traceability in 3D-printed parts.
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Inside Stratasys Metal 3D Printing Spin-Off Vulcan Labs
Engineering.com speaks to Vulcan Labs CEO David Leigh to learn about the company’s plans and 3D-prin...
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Relativity Space Steps Closer to 3D Printing Complete Rocket with New Investment
Engineering.com speaks to Relativity Space CEO Tim Ellis about the company’s rocket 3D printing tech...
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Inside Stratasys Spin-Off Evolve Additive’s STEP 3D Printing Technology
Engineering.com speaks to Evolve Additive about its STEP technology, said to be 50x faster than exis...
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First Diversity Report Looks at Gender Representation in 3D Printing
Women in 3D Printing released its first report examining the representation of women in the additive...
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