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Following a series of product releases featuring the Tizen operating platform, Samsung has announced its first Android-powered printer range.
The Object Eden260VS is geared toward use within dental and orthodontic labs, where fine features and details are requisite.
'The home of now' was the theme of 3D Systems' press conference Tuesday. The company thinks 2015 will be the year this technology truly goes mainstream.
Ultimaker debuted two new 3D printers at CES 2015: a mini one made to travel, and its largest one yet, aimed at a small business setting.
Print giant offers the creation of online storefronts, rides on automation trend
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Gartner says that high start-up costs and acquisition plans are hurting investment in 3D printers.
Signed for approximately $97 million, the deal will give 3DS valuable portfolio additions surrounding 3D production and CAD solutions.
The Receptionist, the best-selling, iPad-based, visitor management system offers an elegant and amazingly useful first point of contact...
The ESA is looking to colonise the moon and use 3D printers to add a touch of European design.
The investment arm of Intel has announced 16 companies that the computing giant will take a stake in, at an average of $3.9 million each.
Stratasys plans to launch 11 3D printers and materials for customers who demand high-performance printing.
The rise of 3D printing in consumer and enterprise will usher in a new era of locked-in materials that may offend some early adopters.
Last month saw one of Estonia's most promising startups join 3D printing firm Stratasys.
The computer giant will continue as an enterprise supplier while a second company will contain the PC and printer businesses.
Think printing is boring? Check out this independent little printer, and think again.
3D printing isn't the only way to get 3D objects out of your computer. Here are some complementary tools for everything from crafting your own designs to serious structural engineering.
MakerBot co-founder and CEO Bre Pettis is stepping down for new responsibilities with parent company Stratasys.
Melbourne's RMIT University is set to play host to what it claims will be the "world's first" rapid 3D nanoscale printer, following the launch last week of its new AU$30 million MicroNano Research Facility.
In the emerging world of 3D-printed organs, using a 3D-printed skull to practise on before a major operation may not be such a fancy thing. But in a country with so few resources, this is a giant achievement.
Stratasys' sees strong demand for the rest of the year as additive manufacturing takes hold. Meanwhile, the company's MakerBot unit continues to roll.
With costs decreasing and usability improving, together with the ability to print at ever finer resolutions in a fast-growing range of materials, affordable 3D printers may well repeat the 1980s success of the home computer as they too begin to usurp the older and much more costly 'professional' competition.
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