Today, Stratasys announced the Mojo 3D Print Pack, the market’s lowest-priced professional-grade complete 3D printing system.
It seems that Objet may have a sort-of secret multi-color 3D printer they’d had hidden from us. And it might even be announced tomorrow, through Stratasys.
The Stratasys website teases that on May 8, 2012, “Something’s Coming,” and to check back on that day for some big 3D printing news. What is it?
The Economist’s Special Report on 3D printing includes two excellent videos interviews on the future of digital manufacturing.
Stratasys and Optomec have gotten together to combine the printing of electronics with the 3D printing of physical objects. First project: a UAV.
Paramount Pictures and director Jon Favreau used an Objet Eden260V 3D printer to create the “Iron Man 2” suit.
Joris Debo, Creative Director of Materialise.com, talks about how 3D printers can transform the auto industry by offering customized components for your vehicle.
Futurist Christopher Barnatt presents a fantastic video of the present and future of 3D printing, including how it may transform how we buy shoes!
This video demonstrates 3D printer maker Objet Ltd.’s state of the art 3D printing technology as it stands for 2012. Worth a look.