This 15-minute webinar looks at the capabilities 3D printers will need to have to fulfill the dream of the third industrial revolution.
Though more and more end-use products are coming out of 3D printers, they’re still used heavily for prototyping and product development.
Since the successful IPO, the people at ExOne have been busy selling machines and making major plans for expansion and research and development.
A few companies have flexible 3D printed materials, but up until now they’ve been just barely non-rigid. Now Materialise has a truly flexible material.
At the State of the Union Address last night, as President Obama was talking about ways to create new American jobs, out came the words “3D printing!” Awesome.
Urbee, the world’s first 3D-printed car, is ready to move from prototype to production. Watch this interview with founder Jim Kor as he talks about the “world’s greenest car.”
Canada’s Global TV’s “3D Printing: Make anything you want,” presents an extensive look at 3D printing technology and industry, complete with interviews of some movers and shakers.
We don’t typically run a company’s promotional video here, but Stratasys always does such a great job on them and this one in particular is very good.
While there are plenty of fun and silly things on Thingiverse, there are pages and pages of practical tools and gadgets, including printable robotic arms.