3D printing is one of the “prominent technology trends expected to influence the consumer electronics industry in the years ahead,” according to the 2013 edition of “Five Technology Trends to Watch” report by the CEA.
When it comes to making bold moves Shapeways kicks down doors to the future of 3D manufacturing. Since the good people at Shapeways always wanted their own factory, they decided to build one.
Online 3D printing service i.materialise has a new trick up its sleeve: high detail stainless steel (HS), an experimental high grade steel with a level of strength and definition.
A design is never perfect, but there are things you can do from the beginning that can increase your chances of success dramatically.
Deezmaker 3D Printers & Hackerspace opened in Pasadena last Sunday. It will feature the owner’s Bukobot 3D printers, along with others, plus a hackerspace.
We share a great video from 3D printing company Shapeways, produced by director Stephan Malik. This one is called “3D Printing & the Culture of Creativity.”
Oh no, more 3D printed guns? Don’t worry, they don’t shoot. They are models of guns to celebrate the new Men in Black movie.
AUS Sheriff’s department used 3D printing to help a museum at the island of Sint Maarten to recreate a face from a recovered ancestor’s skull.
Here are a few places, industries, and websites that the author expects to see transitioning to 3D printing in the near future.–places to keep your eye on.