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Polls of the Week: Are 3D Printed Guns a Threat and Should We Regulate Them?

One of the most controversial topics in the 3D printing industry, hands-down, is guns. It’s been a major point of contention for years, and people typically have very strong opinions…

Poll of the Week: Exciting Topics at Additive Manufacturing Strategies 2024

This week, from February 6-8, the 7th annual Additive Manufacturing Strategies (AMS) event will take place. Produced by 3DPrint.com and Additive Manufacturing Research (AMR), this is the only 3D printing…

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Poll of the Week: Would You Eat 3D Printed Meat or Fish?

While 3D printed cultivated meat is definitely still a very novel concept, there have been significant milestones in the pioneering alternative meat industry over the past decade. So in our…

Poll of the Week: Medical 3D Printing for Implants

In our first Poll of the Week, when given the choice between automotive, medical, military, and oil & gas 3D printing articles, respondents overwhelmingly picked medical. 3D printing is, as…

Poll of the Week: More Medical 3D Printing News, Please

In our first-ever Poll of the Week, we asked our LinkedIn followers what kinds of stories they wanted to read. With 3D printing as oft-used as it is these days,…

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Behind the Print: 68% Women Lead, 38% See Full Equality in 3DPrint.com’s 3D Printing Poll

In early June, 3DPrint.com launched a survey to gauge how women have been navigating and influencing the dynamic 3D printing sector. In this article, we break down some of the…

What Would You 3D Print If You Had the Option? Croft Additive Manufacturing Surveys 600 Britons

Last week we did a story on a recent survey of 600 adults in the United Kingdom, which centered around the topic of 3D printing. Croft Additive Manufacturing (CAM) was…