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Ric Fulop, CEO of Desktop Metal, said the company's core metals business was strong.
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The global supply chain is a complete mess, and that may create a nice inflection point of adoption for additive manufacturing.
Why the cluck did I do this to myself? Curiosity, science, sustainability, and user-acceptance testing.
Two leading industrial 3D printing suppliers have introduced systems to help clean up and produce 3D prints once they come out of the printer.
Welcome back to ZDNet's DIY-IT project lab, where I'm testing 3D printers for your entertainment and edification. Today, we'll be looking at the Biqu B1, a relatively inexpensive direct drive FDM (fused deposition modeling) printer that competes with the popular Ender 3.
If you're willing to put up with its quirks, the Biqu B1 is an inexpensive printer that brings a lot to the table. But only if you have the time to tune it to your needs.
Anycubic is known for its resin printers. But this foray into the world of filament printers is a home run. Read on to learn why.
HP outlined its growth plans for its three primary businesses: PCs, printers and 3D printers. Here's a look at the big picture.