3D Printing and Short-Run Manufacturing service provider Forecast 3D is excited to announce that they will be exhibiting at RAPID next week, with the championship winning Harbinger race car that displays over 45 functioning parts built utilizing Forecast 3D's additive manufacturing technologies.
WORLD'S FIRST 3D PRINTED PHOTOSYNTHETIC WEARABLE, OPENING NEW FRONTIERS FOR ART, DESIGN, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Neri Oxman's lauded TED Talk reveals Stratasys 3D printed wearable hosting living matter in another world's first
STRATASYS JOINS SME'S BRIGHT MINDS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM TO DEVELOP FUTURE CAREERS IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
The Bright Minds program will be featured at three industry events this year
CLEARCORRECT EXPANDS ITS FLEET OF STRATASYS DENTAL 3D PRINTERS, INCREASING PRODUCTION CAPACITY BY 30 PERCENT
100 percent of ClearCorrect dental models are now 3D printed ---- Digital dentistry workflow allows prompt scale-up with demand
Agreement extends Stratasys Desktop reach to new markets
The New Cutting-Edge Ultimaker Go and Ultimaker Extended Provide a Variety of Options for Users with an Easy, Reliable and High-Quality User Experience
Sage Lazzaro for The Observer: When we last talked with the folks from Makerbot, we discussed how 3D printers will soon be household appliances as common as microwaves, vacuums and well, regular printers. But they agreed that certain design and affordability standards need to be met first. Little did we know, a 3D printer set to meet those standards was being developed in Toronto as we spoke. We’re talking about Tiko, the meticulously designed and shockingly affordable “unibody” 3D printer that’s had the industry’s experts and publications buzzing. The $179 3D printer surpassed its Kickstarter goal of $100,000 in three hours and finished up its campaign last Friday with a total of just under $3 million in pledges. Tiko looks nothing like any 3D printer you’ve seen before. While most have a multipart frame, Tiko’s frame is one piece with three sets of arms that move in unison, essentially eliminating issues of misalignment or inaccurate prints associated with other products. The New York Observer spoke with Tiko founder and CEO Matt Gajkowski, who explained that Tiko’s unique design is actually essential to its affordability. Cont'd...
New Materials and the Latest Techniques Explored at Javits Convention Center in June
MakerBot Europe and LIUC - Università Cattaneo Partner to Bring the First MakerBot Innovation Center to Europe
LIUC's MakerBot Innovation Center brings 3D printing and prototyping to students and enterprises to experience Digital Manufacturing
Entries were evaluated based on creativity, being mechanically sound and being realistically achievable.
University of Maryland Opens MakerBot Innovation Center to Foster Entrepreneurship on Campus and in the Region
First Large-Scale 3D Printing MakerBot Innovation Center at Big Ten University and First in the Baltimore-Washington Area
Introducing the most significant exhibition in the development of 3D printing technology this July in Shanghai ----An industry leader, the 3D Printing Exhibition will feature new business models with enormous potential ----The show will consider closely the needs of exhibitors and buyers to facilitate onsite sales transactions ----It will be held alongside interesting concurrently run activities that create an unmissable and comprehensive info-sharing platform
Rocket Manufacturer United Launch Alliance Will 3D Print Flight-Ready Rocket Components ----ULA Has Vision to Reduce Launch Vehicle Cost by 50 Percent with Help of 3D Printing ----3D printing helped consolidate part count from 140 to 16 parts for one complex assembly, lowering costs and risk
MakerBot PrintShop Version 1.5 with MakerBot Shape Maker Brings Drawings to Life in 3D with Easy to Use, No Design Experience Necessary
Ultimaker will be attending the New York 3D Printshow on floor 2, stand A4 from the 16th-19th of April, revealing their latest innovations in desktop 3D printing. And they have a lot of new stories to tell…
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