"Father of 3D Printing" Honored with Washington Award by Western Society of Engineers

Charles Hull recognized in celebration of Engineers Week

MakerBot is laying off a third of its staff, narrowing focus under Stratasys

Shawn Knight for TechSpot:  3D printing ordinary household goods may be able to save users a bit of coin but consumers aren’t buying it – literally – and that’s forcing one company to downsize its workforce. In what is becoming a common occurrence, MakerBot recently announced additional restructuring that’ll see the company shed 30 percent of its staff. CEO Nadav Goshen said greater focus on long-term goals is key to their success and to get there, they must reduce the “pressure and distraction” of chasing short-term market trends and focus on their core products. The executive didn’t say which divisions would be hit hardest, nor do we know exactly how many employees are being let go although TechCrunch estimates the figure is probably between 80 and 100. Specifically, MakerBot will be integrating hardware and software product development under one team that’ll be led by VP of Engineering Dave Veisz. Current Director of Digital Products, Lucas Levin, is also being promoted to VP of Product, we’re told, and will lead product management across hardware and software.   Cont'd...

New 3D Printing Solutions from XYZprinting for Consumers and Professionals Available February 2017

World leader in Desktop 3D printing expands product suites, from beginner to professional, releases four unique solutions that provide users with end-to-end, cutting-edge features at accessible price points

Global Imaging First to Provide Massivit 3D Printer Demos in North America

Global Imaging, which recently secured North American distribution rights for the Massivit 1800 3D Printer, will be offering demonstrations in its onsite Workflow Studio

3D Systems to Demonstrate GibbsCAM at Precision Machining Technology Show

CNC programming software features over 1,800 unique post-processors for multi-task machines

Beyond the Hype: What's Next for Industrial 3D Printing

Vicki Holt of Proto Labs via The Huffington Post:  It wasn’t long ago that 3D printing was one of the buzziest technologies around.  We watched as a 3D printer recreated a bust of Stephen Colbert on TV. We heard from industry analysts who were bullish on adoption of the technology. We imagined a future with a 3D printer in every home when major retailers began selling them online and in stores. Fast forward to today. The potential of 3D printing remains enormous. Global spend on the technology is expected to climb from $11 billion in 2015 to nearly $27 billion in 2019. But with all of the early excitement now behind us, where does 3D printing stand today? And where will it go in the future?  It can be summed up in three key developments.   Cont'd... 

Equus Computer Systems Releases New Nobilis i1632 NUC PC

Professional graphics workstation delivers dramatically reduced footprint and energy usage

Global Imaging Partners with Massivit 3D for 3D Printing Distribution in the US and Canada

Grand format solutions company Global Imaging Partners with Massivit 3D to bring innovative 3D printing solutions to the North American market.

Inside 3D Printing 2017- Saxony-Anhalt is one of Europes key locations for additive manufacturing

IMG Saxony-Anhalt informs in Singapore about the investment opportunities in the Central German federal state

Print Form Announces Formal Partnership With WIPRO3D

Teams Enter Into Strategic Alliance To Serve The Global Market For Metal Additive Manufacturing

Oerlikon expands additive manufacturing R&D and production capacity in the US

Oerlikon announced today that it is expanding its global additive manufacturing (AM) business with a state-of-the-art R&D and production facility for additively manufactured advanced components in the Charlotte metro area in North Carolina, USA. Oerlikon will invest around CHF55million in this facility in 2017 and 2018, and expects to create over 100 new jobs at this site over the longer term. As part of Oerlikon's strategy to become a global powerhouse in surface solutions and advanced materials, the Group has identified additional growth areas such as additive manufacturing, which leverages its strong materials heritage, service reputation, access to markets, applications across industries and core competence in intelligently engineering and processing advanced materials and surface technologies. Full Press Release:

Stratasys launches new rapid prototyping Engineering-Grade 3D Printing Solution: The F123 Series

"Today there is a vast market opportunity in product prototyping that we feel is not being addressed by current 3D printing systems. The launch of the Stratasys F123 Series targets these product design workgroups, industrial designers, engineers, students and educators who demand a professional quality rapid prototyping solution that's simple to use, produces reliable, engineering-quality results, integrates perfectly within an office or lab setting, and is affordable to own and operate," said Zehavit Reisin, Vice President, Head of Rapid Prototyping Solutions, Stratasys. "As the company that invented FDM, Stratasys brings a rich pedigree to the F123 Series, providing our customers an optimal balance between usability and high performance." Full Press Release.

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Announces Scholarship Recipients

Claire Belson and Dr. Haijun Gong to join members at the annual conference.

Stratasys Partners with Dassault Systèmes to Improve Performance of Additively Manufactured Production Parts

-Collaboration with Dassault Systèmes' SIMULIA to enable final part designs that are optimized for weight and strength for aerospace and automotive applications -New GrabCAD Print Add-In for Dassault Systèmes' SOLIDWORKS allows users to estimate and print parts without leaving the SOLIDWORKS environment

Proto Labs Introduces Rapid Insert Molding at Pacific Design & Manufacturing in Anaheim Feb. 7-9

Quick-turn digital manufacturer, Proto Labs, has added insert molding services to their offerings. The company uses advanced 3D printing, CNC machining and injection molding technologies to produce custom parts within days.

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