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RYUJINLAB, INC Launches Low-cost Metal 3D Printing Service for General Public

3D printing technology company RYUJINLAB, INC is launching a metal 3D printing service for the general public to access, the first ever in Korea. 3D printing using plastic infused FFF…

HP Announces New 3D Printing Software Powered by Dyndrite, New TPA Powder with Evonik

This summer, Seattle-based additive manufacturing hardware and software solutions provider Dyndrite and HP decided to join forces to license Dyndrite’s geometric kernel technology in order to power next-generation cloud and…

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Improve Efficiency In Your Fabrication or 3D Printing Service

Efficiency. In manufacturing, we talk about improving it any chance we get. Without it, we may not survive as a business. We also like to explore how to be more…

Will Medical 3D Printing Be Local or International? Oceanz Launches Service for Dutch Hospitals

3D printing service bureau Oceanz has launched a 3D print service specifically for Dutch hospitals. This service will offer medical models, specifically those used for preoperative planning. But the company…

WASP Introduces Latest PEEK 3D Printer, the Delta WASP 4070 TECH

At formnext 2019, Italian company WASP (World’s Advanced Saving Project) introduced its Delta WASP 2040 TECH system, which can 3D print PEEK (polyetheretherketone) pellets. Now, the next printer in this line…

3DChain: An AI-Driven 3D Printing Service Platform

Co-Founder of 3DChain, Babak Zareiyan, gives an outlook and explanation of the 3DChain concept, a unique manufacturing service platform for 3D printing. You developed 3DChain, a design and additive manufacturing…

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How to Manage the Complexity of a 3D Printing Service

At first glance, most 3D printing projects look easy. To most of you, 3D printing is not complicated at all, but to customers, it can be quite complex. I can…

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5 Reasons You Should Continue Scaling Your 3D Printing Service During COVID-19, and How to Do So

Creating a scalable business is a phrase often heard in startups and new venture circles, but what does it mean? You could say growth, or perhaps, strong sales, and you…

Roboze Starts Distributed Manufacturing Service

Italian OEM Roboze makes high-temperature FDM machines that can print PEEK, PEI, and PA parts. Through enabling high-performance polymers high-temperature printers let people access parts for use in aerospace, automobiles…

Marketiger Using PostProcess Technologies Solutions for Full-Color Mimaki 3D Printed Parts

Dutch 3D printing service Marketiger is different than most, as it doesn’t simply focus on mass production or small-scale printing, but instead offers both. Obviously it starts at the beginning…

3D Printing News Briefs: March 16, 2020

We’ve got news about 3D printers in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, as BigRrep has shipped its 500th large-format 3D printer. Peopoly is developing new 3D printers for its Phenom…

3D Printing Services: Budgeting Time & Delivery Systems for On-Demand Production

Researchers Carl Philip T. Hedenstierna, Stephen M. Disney, and Jan Holmström explore one of the most fascinating new areas of manufacturing today as 3D printing service bureaus offer assistance to…

Interview with Fried Vancraen on 30 Years in 3D Printing

Being such a young industry, we have only a few giants. One of them is Fried Vancrean. The soft-spoken Fried started as a research scientist before starting Materialise over thirty…

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How 3D Printing Jigs and Fixtures Transforms Manufacturing 

In the industrial world, 3D printed jigs and fixtures are truly unsung heroes. Both jigs and fixtures are types of tools that are used to control the operation of another…

3D Printing News Briefs: October 14, 2019

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, everything is new, new, new! Carbon is announcing a new RPU 130 material, and STERNE Elastomere introduces its antimicrobial silicone 3D printing. Protolabs launches…

3D Printing News Briefs: September 18, 2019

We’re talking about an award, a little business news, and metal 3D printing in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. 3D printed fine jewelry brand BOLTENSTERN won big at the 2019…

Interview with Edi Weigh of 3D Printing Service FacFox

In terms of 3D printing, China is still a big unknown. Yes, we’re all familiar with printers from firms such as Flashforge that can be found all over the world….

3D Printing News Briefs: July 6, 2019

In this installment of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re sharing some business news with you, along with a case study about a 3D printer farm. First up, AMUG just installed…

Interview with Ken Burns of Forecast3D on Manufacturing as a Service

I was very impressed with Ken Burns’ presentation at Additive Manufacturing Strategies in Boston. Ken is the technical sales director of the 3D printing services and manufacturing company Forecast3D. Originally…

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SLS 3D Printing Problems and Solutions

JawsTec operates with several cutting edge types of industrial nylon 3D printers. Two HP MJF 4210, an EOS P 396, and two EOS P 400’s. In this article problems and…

Interview with Ankit Sahu of India’s Largest 3D Printing Service Bureau: Objectify Technologies

Only a few years ago Ankit Sahu started Objectify Technologies. Over the past years of rapid growth, Objectify has become India’s largest 3D printing service bureau. The company serves the…

Five Steps 3D Printing Service Bureaus Should Take to Keep Their Customers and Grow Their Business

Now is a great time to start a 3D printing service bureau! Over the past decade, many independent shops were acquired and there was significant industry consolidation. But recently, new…

3D Printing News Briefs: May 4, 2018

For all of you Star Wars fans out there, May the Fourth be with you today as we bring you the latest business and financial news in this week’s final…

Browse 3D Printing Services While Browsing the News with Our New Treatstock Widget

With so many 3D printing marketplaces out there, a platform needs to set itself apart in some way in order to survive. Treatstock certainly does so. The site goes beyond…