About Kyle Maxey
Kyle Maxey
Kyle Maxey is a mechanical designer and writer from Austin, TX. He earned a degree in Film at Bard College and has since studied Mechanical and Architectural drafting at Austin Community College. As a designer Kyle has had vast experience with CAD software and rapid prototyping. One day he dreams of becoming a toy designer.

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Printrbot Shuts Its Doors After 7 Years. What’s it Mean for 3D Printing?
Printrbot has shut down operations, but is that a bad thing for 3D printing technology and the marke...
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Carl Bass Joins Formlabs Board
Carl Bass has joined the Formlabs board of directors. What does that mean for the 3D printing compan...
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3D Scanning Improves Ear Implant Production and Outcomes
3D scanning and printing technologies are making a huge impact on ear implant therapy.
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What’s SLA Printing and Is It Worth Your Time?
Stereolithography is the oldest and one of the most widely used 3D printing methods. But what is it ...
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Carbon’s CLIP Systems Expand Their Availability Through Service Bureaus
Carbon’s CLIP systems make their way to a handful of service bureaus.
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Sciaky Brings Tighter Precision to Metal AM
Sciaky upgrades its EBAM technology with a new closed-loop control system.
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3D Printing and the Changing Orthotics Industry
3D printing is a critical part of a new cloud-based solution for building orthotics.
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AM Provides an Answer for ESD-Safe Aerospace Parts
New materials developed by Stratasys Advanced Materials are aiding critical aerospace applications.
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Siemens Opens Metal AM Facility in Sweden
Siemens invests in a dedicated metal AM facility for its turbine division. What does the future hold...
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3D Systems Debuts a Huge Metal Production Printer
3D Systems introduces a new metal additive system aimed at the production market.
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Graphene 3D Labs’ Magnetic Material for 3D Printing
Graphene 3D Labs introduces a magnetic filament for 3D printing. What's that mean for electronics ma...
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Metal 3D Printing Gets Down to Nanoscale
A one-time biological tool shows versatility as a novel metal 3D printing process.
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Objet500 Connex3
The Objet500 Connex3 is a multi-color printer that can blend rigid and rubber-like materials into a ...
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The Bubble Bursts—3D Systems to Stop Selling 3D Printers for Consumers
3D Systems will discontinue production of Cube 3D printers and shut down the 3D print portal.
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Objet500 Connex2
The Objet500 Connex2 gives designers more material options.
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Objet500 Connex1
Prints in many materials and colors.
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Objet350 Connex3
Prints in hundreds of materials and colors.
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Stratasys Fortus 250mc
If you are considering an industrial 3D printer for a lab, business or classroom the Fortus 250mc ma...
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Objet350 Connex1
Ideal for visual prototypes and short-run production
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Stratasys Objet24
PolyJet printing is an alternative to FDM technology capable of printing layers thinner than human h...
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