What’s going to happen to open source and 3D printing? Clearly there are benefits, but as it’s not predominant in our markets, there must be some drawbacks.
There have been numerous articles this last year, suggesting that HP get involved in 3D printers. Today, Forbes magazine runs with the idea.
Uh oh, you knew it was coming. Nathan Myhrvold, called a patent troll by many, has been granted a U.S. patent for a method of preventing 3D printer piracy. Will it fly?
Online 3D printing service i.materialise has a new trick up its sleeve: high detail stainless steel (HS), an experimental high grade steel with a level of strength and definition.
The European commissioner in charge of industrial policy Antonio Tajani will launch new proposals, including asking companies to use 3D printing.
The Cube is one of the easiest to use personal 3D printers, and according to CNET, this printer’s success depends upon that feature. Here's CNET's review video.
LAYWOO-D is the new rave with RepRap users and you’ll probably agree that’s its potential is treemendous. It’s wood filament. Enough said.
This white paper examines how 3D printing will revolutionize production techniques, which will threaten the global transportation and logistics industry.
A design is never perfect, but there are things you can do from the beginning that can increase your chances of success dramatically.