Stratasys Ltd., a global leader of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, announced it is co-sponsoring a coast-to-coast 3D printing road show based out of a recreational vehicle being called the “3DRV.” The 3DRV will tour the United … [Read more...] about Stratasys hitting the road with “3DRV” tour of the United States
The more you know about available materials, the easier it will be to get the final build results you seek. By Leslie Langnau, Managing Editor The key to a thriving 3D printing / additive manufacturing (3DP/AM) industry will be materials. For … [Read more...] about With 3D printing materials, knowledge is power
The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) has announced its 2014—2015 board and that its 2015 Education & Training Conference will be held in Jacksonville, Florida from April 19 – 23, 2015. The new board members, elected during the … [Read more...] about Additive Manufacturing Users Group Names Board and 2015 Conference Venue
The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) announced recipients of awards for excellence and service. The awards were presented at the 26th annual users group conference in Tucson, Arizona. During the annual Awards Banquet, the association … [Read more...] about Additive Manufacturing Users Group Recognizes Distinguished Service
Stratasys Ltd. (Nasdaq:SSYS), a global leader of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, announced the winners of its 10th annual Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge. This global contest offers students in middle school, high school, … [Read more...] about The winners of the 2014 Extreme Redesign 3D printing challenge
The Additive Manufacturers User Group (AMUG) conference has always been a bit different from other conferences or shows, as it emphasizes hands-on learning. This year’s conference is the largest yet, with 600+ registrants. In addition, 60 exhibitors … [Read more...] about AMUG 2014: the latest developments in 3D printing
The 3D printing industry is helping to grow the market for 3D scanners, especially with the introduction of a number of low cost scanners. Are these scanners an alternative to more professional versions for your application? Leslie Langnau, … [Read more...] about Can lower cost 3D scanners benefit you?
Eight options for improving your 3D printed part’s look and performance. By Michael Jermann • Assistant Editor 3D printing is taking the manufacturing industry by storm these days. But no 3D printer, no matter what size, style or resolution, … [Read more...] about Choosing a finishing method for additive manufacturing
News that Cincinnati Inc. and the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have signed a partnership agreement to develop a large-scale additive manufacturing system capable of printing polymer components up to 10 times larger than … [Read more...] about Could linear motors advance large-part additive manufacturing?
“They” say that bigger is better. And in the case of 3D printing systems, engineers have long wanted to move beyond the 12” x 12” x 18” average build size of many 3D printers. At the recent ATX West show in Anaheim CA, PBC Linear introduced a 3D … [Read more...] about Innovations in 3D printers: meter-sized build tables