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Roboze Goes to Asia – Distribution Agreement with YES01, a Leading Korean Reseller of 3D Solutions

Bari, ITALY – 22nd February 2017 – Roboze, a leading Italian 3D printing company announced today that it has reached its first distribution agreement in Asia, by partnering with YES01 – Youngil Education System- to resell the company’s products in South Korea. As part of the agreement, Roboze will appoint YES01 as the company’s exclusive […]

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Modla Brings New Dimension to Snapback Artwork with 3D Printed Range

London-based 3D Printing studio, Modla, released an exclusive range of three snapbacks, each with its own 3D printed graphic. As part of its launch, Modla is offering the public the opportunity to submit their own designs, with the best entries chosen to be recreated in 3D and released as part of the range. Known for […]

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Hans Fouche Gets Serious with Cheetah 3D Printer at Decorex in Johannesburg

Hans Fouche’s Cheetah 3D Printer was on show at Decorex 2016 in Johannesburg South Africa for the first time. With it were some 3 meter tall pillars that were 3D printed in just 9 hours, along with some colorful and creative Bar Stools, with unique bottle shapes, hand painted by Sam, a talented artist from the I Make Makers […]

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Holland’s Ultimaker, colorFabb, 3DHubs, Shapeways and the Orange (You Glad You Are) 3D Printing Miracle

About a decade ago a group of Dutch startuppers envisioned ways to bring the “boring” technologies for rapid prototyping to the masses and basically invented 3D printing. Today, while the mass media report on the impending doom of 3D printing in a sort of “reverse hype”, Holland companies show that dream is far from dead. Instead […]

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AM Europe Show, the Biggest Announcements in Photos

Even though the first edition was a difficult – but necessary – transition from the consumer-focused 3DPrintshow to a more professional level trade show, the first AM Europe show can be considered a success. Not many visitors, numerically speaking, but a much more qualified professional target which makes for better business. For many companies – […]

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IN3DUSTRY Show in Barcelona Takes Industry from Needs to Solutions (Exclusive Photos, Day 1)

The In(3D)ustry show opened today in the Italian Pavilion at Fira de Barcelona Montjuic and the first day was already intense with literally dozens of manifacturing industry speakers discussing how 3D printing has helped them to turn a manufacturing need into a manufacturing solution. This was the underlying theme of the show, as the organizers sought […]

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Autodesk Spark Merges into Forge Platform as “Code Meets Make”

Starting today the Autodesk Spark additive manufacturing platform is merging into the Autodesk Forge Platform. After the transition is complete this fall, all Autodesk additive manufacturing APIs, services and sample applications will be available on the Forge Platform and the Spark developer portal will eventually be closed. 3D printing APIs are already available on the […]

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Studio Bitonti Looks to Enable the Next Generation of Products

Studio Bitonti, the studio led by one of the more popular designers, leading the next generation of digital manufacturing is announcing the new name of the design practice (formerly, Francis Bitonti Studio) with a new visual identity, one that reflects a shift in the studio’s focus. While Studio Bitonti will continue to produce the limited edition works […]

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Designer Janne Kyttanen Discusses Transition From 3D Printing Into His New Venture Capital Fund, WTFVC

Prior to launching his new venture, What the Future Venture Capital (WTFVC), designer Janne Kyttanen acted as the creative director for the 3D printing giant 3D Systems for five years. One of the more renowned 3D designers across the industry, Kyttanen was responsible for designing the Cube desktop 3D printer, which won a multitude of awards […]

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Conformal Cooling, CAD/CAM Software and Direct Metal Printing Used to Overcome Injection Molding Challenges

Anyone familiar with injection molding knows that the cooling system design is critical to cycle times, which takes up 70% to 80% of the injection molding cycle. Traditional methods for cooling molds involve secondary machining operations to drill cooling channels that follow straight lines and don’t consistently keep temperatures uniform. A well-designed cooling system can […]

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