Experienced 3D Printing Service Bureau Adds Industrial 3D Printer from EnvisionTEC

-Realize, Inc. has purchased a Vector 3SP printer from EnvisionTEC to beta test new engineering materials under development with Somos -EnvisionTEC's proprietary 3SP technology uses a laser to process photopolymers in a way that is faster and less costly than traditional SLA systems

Fisher Unitech Expands 3D Printing Footprint with a Partnership with Cimquest Inc.'s Stratasys-Focused Busines

Leading provider of 3D printers continues its march across the country on its mission to revitalize manufacturing in America

Last Call for Creators: Maker Faire San Diego 2017 Entry Deadline is September 8, 2017

Now is the time to enter your project, invention, creation or design for Balboa Park's Maker Faire San Diego 2017, October 7-8. The entry deadline is just days away, visit our entry page to register.

CNC Machining and 3-D Printing: Complementary Techniques Shape the Future

3-D printing has gained a great deal of traction in the past few years. Its popularity is expected to grow as the techniques become more refined and focused. Unlike some experts warned, though, 3-D printing is not poised to replace CNC machining. Forward-thinking companies combine the properties of both techniques to develop strategies that meet their clients' needs.

Healthcare Makerspaces, Digital Fabrication, A.I., Urban Farming in Schools, and Much More Scheduled for 8th Annual World Maker Faire New York DIY Extravaganza, September 23 & 24

Five stages this year will host speakers, demos, panels, and interviews on topics such as electronics and circuit board; drones; A.I.; maker education opportunities for the classroom; young makers; health; science; YouTube makers; Make: book authors; and more.

3DMT Completes First Successful "3D Printing School," Announces Upcoming Dates

Attendees from numerous leading Aerospace/Defense, Power Generation, and Electronic manufacturers attended two days of in-depth instruction where they received a detailed overview on 3D printing technologies, followed by an intensive, hands-on curriculum on how to leverage metal additive manufacturing ("AM") in prototyping and production.

2016 Roundup of 3D Printing Market Trends: Forecasts And Estimates till 2024

3D printing helps in the creation of the three-dimensional solid objects which are made with the help of the digital files, it is also known as additive manufacturing.

CSM Bakery Solutions and 3D Systems Announce Agreement to Bring 3D Print Designs to the Food Industry

Printing Unique Designs with Sugar and Other Ingredients

Markforged Introduces Two New Industrial 3D Printers For Local Manufacturing

New X3 and X5 models make it possible to replace aluminum parts with carbon fiber parts that are up to 20X stronger and cost 20X less

Three Creative Engineering Teams Win the Design Automation Conference's Inaugural International Hardware Design Contest

Over 30 engineering teams registered to compete for cash prizes in IoT applications, and to boost research and development in electronic design

PRATT & 3D Brooklyn Create Work Readiness Learning Course

Zoopla's Acclaimed TV Advert Features Realistic, Customized Homes for Hermit Crabs Using Stratasys 3D Printing

-Artem Ltd. overcame design challenges to produce over 20 realistic miniature houses and 10 shells for Zoopla's 'Crab World' TV advert, using Stratasys multi-material, multi-color 3D printing capabilities. -"From the beginning, I knew this was a job for 3D printing. It would have been impossible to achieve the level of realism required with conventional, hand model-making," - Simon Tayler, Owner, Artem Ltd.

Matsuura USA Rolls Out Matsuura Lumex 3D Printer Series in US Market at Additive Manufacturing Americas 2017

Their first debut in the US market will be at Additive Manufacturing Americas 2017 being held on December 6-8, in Pasadena, California. The three day B2B conference and exhibition focuses on the fastest growing verticals of industrial AM / 3D printing technologies: healthcare, aerospace and automotive.

Optomec Announces Availability of 3D Printing Recipes for LENS and Aerosol Jet Customers

Starter Recipes Speed Implementation of Additive Manufacturing across a Broad Range of Metal and Electronics Materials

3Diligent Releases Complete Guide to Metal 3D Printing

CEO to Speak in Chicago on Metal Printing Processes at 3D Metal Printing Experience and Tech Tour

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