Interview with Len Wanger of Deer Valley Ventures

This is an interview with Len Wagner, the Chief Technology Manager of Impossible Objects. Len has great insight into the world of technology as well as finance and gives some good thoughts on the future of the additive industry.

3D Printing News Briefs: June 8, 2019

In this week’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re talking about partnerships, new software and buildings, and a neat 3D printed miniature. Together, Evolve Additive Solutions and Evonik are developing materials…

Artec 3D Announcing Release of Artec Studio 14; Enhancements Support All Artec Scanners

Artec 3D, headquartered in Luxembourg (with offices in Santa Clara, CA, and Moscow, Russia), has announced the release of Artec Studio 14, a new 3D scanning package that offers multiple…

Overcoming Daylight 3D Scanning Limitations with RealSense and Dot3D

When the Massachusetts Department of Transportation began an extensive rehabilitation of the historic Longfellow Bridge from Boston to Cambridge in 2012, Swedish multinational construction and development company Skanska began using…

3D Printing News Briefs: May 16, 2019

We’ve got plenty of business news for you in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, starting with Additive Manufacturing Technologies’ impressive growth as of late. ExOne has announced a collaboration with…

A Window Into the Brain: Transparent 3D Printed Mouse Skulls for Alzheimer’s Research

There’s a long way to go to understanding the brain. So many questions remain unanswered, yet so much research is being done, like the former U.S. administration’s ambitious project, which…

Artec 3D Introduces Automated Desktop 3D Scanner Artec Micro

International 3D hardware and software manufacturer Artec 3D, which is headquartered in Luxembourg with subsidiaries in Russia and the US, just announced the launch of its new desktop 3D scanner,…

Spain’s National Archaeological Museum and Acciona Presented The First Romanesque Arch Printed in 3D

Collections of objects are normally exhibited behind enclosed glass displays to prevent people from touching them. Considering these objects are fragile and have a great historical value, museums have to…

Bioprinting 101 – Part 13, Imaging Technology

Imaging Types We talked about the way phantoms are created within bioprinting in our previous article. In this article, we will focus more on imaging technology that makes all of…

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