Debra Wilcox beat everyone to the punch, opening the first brick-and-mortar 3D printing-as-a-service store, and I’m lucky enough to live in the same city, so I went to have a chat with her.
Tokyo’s FabCafe is running a workshop in time for Valentine’s Day that will let people create small chocolate heads of themselves that they can give to their sweethearts.
This is mostly about cursing and a little about 3D printing. A Kickstarter project, &%$^! – An Illustrative History in Profanity, is including 3D printed gifts for their their supporters.
Cubify just released AppCreate and Cubify API, both of which further enable the fattening of wallets for individuals, and of course for Cubify too.
Stratasys and Object have finalized their merger of the two companies, and Objet has released a short video demonstrating how the two companies’ technologies fit together.
Chris Milnes is a singer who created a manufacturing business by seeing a need and then filling it with a product he invented and produces on his Makerbot.
3D Systems has made yet another acquisition, this time Geomagic, a leading global provider of 3D authoring solutions.
By integrating 3D printing with other technologies on the factory floor, companies can have the best options available for meeting customer needs.