Monoprice Renews Direct to Consumer Model Commitment with New Brick and Mortar Store

E-Commerce Leader Creates Expanded Retail Location

ETH zurich builds DFAB HOUSE using robots and 3D printers

DesignBoom.com: Built using a two-meter high construction robot, the machine works by moving autonomously on caterpillar tracks.

Stratasys Represents 3D Printing as Part of Prestigious 'Future Lab' at Goodwood Festival of Speed in UK

-Lord March, founder of Goodwood Festival of Speed, invites Stratasys to represent the latest advances in 3D printing alongside other technological innovations -The event's trophy handed to the winners onsite, designed by Nick Ervinck and 3D printed by Stratasys

Swiss University of Applied Sciences HE-Arc and Dassault Systèmes Prepare Students for Industries of the Future

3DEXPERIENCE Platform used for precision engineering academic programs Students learn skill sets on the same virtual applications used by industry University is part of the "Peer Learning EXPERIENCE" to digitally transform engineering education

New Technology Uses CNC to Drop Metal 3D Printing Costs

Michael Molitch-Hou for Engineering.com: 3DEO, based in Los Angeles, Calif., may have found a method for dropping metal AM costs even further.

Stratasys Honors Scholarship Winners for 2017 Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge

Now in its 13th year, the globally-recognized contest empowers students with a unique opportunity to redesign an existing product, create a new product that improves how tasks are accomplished, or design an original work of art or architecture - all through the power of 3D printing.

Eviation Aircraft Developing All-Electric Commuter Plane with Stratasys 3D Printing to Make Short Flights Affordable and Eco Friendly

-Electric aircraft manufacturer, Eviation Aircraft, is using Stratasys 3D printing to accelerate its R&D process for everything from prototyping to tooling and evaluation of production parts -Eviation Aircraft has saved several hundreds of thousands of dollars and months of workforce hours with Stratasys 3D printing to make the project possible

Computer scientists design flat sheets that transform themselves into smooth-surfaced, free-form objects

Phys.org: CurveUps are flat materials that transform themselves through material forces into the desired 3-D object.

NovaCopy Rolls Out 3D Printing Roadshow Across the South

New HP 3D Jet Fusion, MarkForged and Creaform 3D Printing & Scanning Tech to be Shown

Ultimaker Expands Materials and Enhancements for Enterprise Desktop 3D Printing System

The addition of more industrial-grade materials for lightweight prototypes and print cores that result in faster output highlight new offerings

Optomec Showcases Aerosol Jet Systems for 3D Printed Electronics at Sensors Expo

Cost-Effective Printing Enables Smart, Connected Industrial and Consumer Products

GE Is Building The World's Largest 'Additive' Machine For 3D Printing Metals

The production version, still to be named, will extend the third dimension to a meter. GE Additive said the machine's "build geometry will be customizable and scalable for an individual customer's project. Its feature resolution and build-rate speeds will equal or better today's additive machines."

Volkswagen Taps Ultimaker for Customized Tool Production

By 3D Printing Gauges, Jigs and Fixtures On-Demand and On-Site, Manufacturing Facility Saves an Average of Eight Weeks in Production

MakerBot and Autodesk Tinkercad Connect for Seamless Cloud-based 3D Design and 3D Printing

Students and teachers will be able to design in Tinkercad, then connect directly to My MakerBot to prepare, start, and monitor 3D prints from any web browser.

MakerBot Brings Cloud-based 3D Printing to Chromebook Classrooms

Using the new My MakerBot platform, students can prepare, start, and monitor 3D prints seamlessly on any browser, any device.

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