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China Daily Says 3D Printing is Booming in China

A detailed article that just appeared online on China Daily, the leading English language newspaper in China, with over 45 million readers worldwide, is analyzing 3D printing on the Chinese market, finding that its adoption is literally booming in just about every segment of manufacturing, from biomedical, to aerospace to education. …

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Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo in Seoul…What’s Happening in Korea?

Last month brought a host of interesting events to South Korea, and one of the most interesting was the 2017 Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo in Seoul.  Like years past, the event was held again at the expansive Kintex Exhibition Hall in Seoul.  This event is in its fourth …

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HyVision Illustrates Its Vision for 3D Printing in Korea

With the inauguration of Moon Jaein, the new president in South Korea, the government’s emphasis on the fourth industrial revolution, which includes 3D printers and its derivatives, is still going strong. In Korea, starting around 2011, the number of 3D printing companies have risen and fallen, but there is one …

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Rapid + TCT 2017 Brings Out the Best in AMerican Manufacturing

The Rapid + TCT conference is rapidly establishing itself at the reference yearly event for AM in North America. The 2017 edition, taking place in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, from May 8th to the 11th, marked yet another year of growth, with over 70,000 square feet of exhibition space compared to just around …

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Analyst Travis Hoium Gives 3+1 Reasons to Buy (or Hold) 3D Printing Stocks

Investing in 3D printing stocks has been tough the last few years as growth and profits didn’t turn out quite as planned. As you can see below, 3D Systems Corporation, Stratasys, Ltd, and ExOne Co have all plunged at least 70% in the last three years as investors adjusted to …

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Fast Robotic Bricklayer Hadrian X 3D Prints Houses Faster by “Brickjetting”

Is bricklaying a form of additive manufacturing? Not really, however if we introduce a digital and robotic element to it, it may just be considered a type of 3D printing. That’s what Australian company Fast Robotics refers to when defining its impressive Hadrian X robotic bricklaying technology. Looking at the video …

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