Over the course of the last three years, the desktop fabrication segment of the 3D Printing industry has come a long way. We have seen a great deal of innovation on the hardware side and a few new solutions that hold a great deal of promise in solving the issue of dual extrusion. At […]
Lifting the veil of secrecy, I will tell you that our team has been working day and night on a brand-new, never-before-seen, hand-held 3D scanner. And it’s almost here! However this post is not about how great or unique this piece of tech will be. This article is a glimpse into the life of an […]
As demonstrated by the company’s recent partnership with 3DNA’s designer Simone Fontana, Cooler Master is taking desktop 3D printing mods seriously. That is quite natural, as the PC peripheral manufacturer is an undisputed leader in the “modding” scene and 3D printing can offer an entire new universe of possibilities to PC modders. Has the time […]
As a 3D printing writer based in South Korea I frequently have the chance to test and review new machines from around East Asia. While most are pretty good, I had the opportunity a while back to test the Cubicon Style from HyVision and absolutely fell in love with it. I was excited to discover others, […]
It’s a common belief that a 3D printer will drive a herd of clients your 3D printing business, each ready and willing to line your pockets with immeasurable wealth. In reality, you’re not Kevin Costner and you’re not trying to lure baseball players to your backyard, simply building it won’t make them come. The business […]
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 […]
As most have noticed, 3D Printing Industry (3DPI) – one of the three major 3D printing industry news websites (together with 3DPrint.com and 3ders.org) – has changed a lot lately and, some would argue, not for the better. Mike Molitch-Hou, his wife Danielle Matich, Davide Sher, Tyler Koslow, Mark Lee, Andrew Wheeler, and others who have spent […]
As the HP 3D Printing Division made abundantly clear during the visit at its Barcelona Labs, where my dear friend Mike Molitch-Hou let me go in his stead to cover the event for Engineering.com, the first target of its strategy for the new HP Multi Jet 3D printer range (4200 and 3200) will be Selective Laser […]
While also used in research and university contexts, “mixed reality” is Microsoft’s term for their new holographic computing line associated with the Hololens. It’s also the term used by the increasingly less-stealthy startup Magic Leap. HP calls it “blended reality”; Autdoesk refers to it as “reality computing”; and 3D Systems uses the phrase “digital thread”. […]
Chi legge questo blog regolarmente sa che siamo grandi fan di 3D Racers, il gioco di automobiline stampate in 3D, connesse, open source e basate su Arduino. Questo lungo elenco di attributi “compositi” dovrebbe contribuite a spiegare perché: lì dove molte tecnologie diverse s’incontrano, l’innovazione si muove più velocemente e 3D Racers 3D è un punto di incontro per molte tendenze affascinanti.
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