A diverse material portfolio is essential for 3D printing’s disruption of conventional manufacturing and its entrance into the mainstream.
When it comes to 3D printing electronics, Optomec is leading the way, and they’re already printing smartphone antennas.
The Wohler’s Report covers all things related to additive manufacturing, from systems, services, advancements, and predictions of the future.
Although the news is filled with stories about cool new products and designs utilizing 3D Printing technology, it’s manufacturing applications that are propelling the business side of the industry.
Most 3D printing uses plastics and polymers, but the manufacturing revolution will be made of metal.
Mark Scoble interviews Techshop CEO Mark Hatch, in an 66-minute tour of TechShop S.F., where he learns about the facility and meets some TechShop entrepreneurs along the way.
The new Objet30 OrthoDesk 3D printer is designed especially for smaller orthodontic labs and clinics, making digital orthodontics now accessible for facilities of all sizes.