If you couldn’t tune in to listen to the call, you missed some important announcements from 3D Systems. Here are the highlights.
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers is a serious technical group, so I was not prepared for the amount of cool crowdsourcing that took center stage at RAPID.
Terry Wohlers give a 17-minute grand tour of 3D printing to an audience at TEDxTraverseCity 2013. It’s worth watching and worth sharing.
In an effort to eventually print houses, Emerging Objects is staying ahead of the curve by developing durable and renewable materials.
The business side of 3D printing will be on clear display at the Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo held in Chicago on July 10-11.
A site called SupplyBetter sources quotes from hundreds of 3D printing service bureaus to get clients the highest-quality prints for the lowest price.
The new Amazon section on sells an assortment of printers, filament, software, parts, accessories and books.
Research firm McKinsey Global Institute estimates that 3D printing will generate a direct economic impact of $230 billion to $500 billion per year by 2025.