3D Printing for COVID-19, Part Seven: New 3D-Printed Parts and Partners

Corporate, government and individual efforts to use additive manufacturing (AM) to address the medical supply shortages resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak are continuing. We continue to stress that the industry…

Interview with Vyomesh Joshi on His Legacy and 3D Systems Future

Vyomesh Joshi (VJ to everyone) took over 3D Systems at a difficult time in the firm’s history. The pioneering 3D printing firm had trailblazed a path for the technology to…

3D Systems Introduces Stacking Feature for Rapid 3D Printing Production

Despite the fact that its most recent CEO, Vyomesh Joshi, has headed for retirement, 3D Systems is continuing in his vision for vertically integrated industrial 3D printing. The company has…

Exclusive: 3D Systems Sugar 3D Printing Brought to Market by Brill, Inc.

For any 3D printing fan with a sweet tooth, the unveiling of the ChefJet and ChefJet Pro 3D printers at CES 2014 was a major highlight. Displayed in brilliant colors…

The State of Food 3D Printing, Part 1: Beginnings

When 3D Systems showcased the ChefJet at International CES 2014, the concept of food 3D printing left audiences with a mixture of awe and confusion. Upon its acquisition of Sugar…

3D Systems CEO Vyomesh Joshi “Let us Help you Design and Manufacture the Part”

3D Systems CEO Vyomesh Joshi, whom everyone calls VJ, took the reins at a precarious time in the firm’s 33-year history. An M&A adventure that seemed inspired more by Pacman…

3D Printing Stalwarts: 3D Systems

As what many would consider the inventor of 3D printing, 3D Systems probably has the most storied history in our industry. It began in 1986, when founder Chuck Hull was…

3D Printing News Briefs: November 12, 209

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re talking a little business, then moving on to some medical news. Volkswagen has achieved a major metal 3D printing milestone with HP, and…

3D Systems Awarded Department of Defense Contract to Solve Navy Ship Corrosion Issues

Corrosion is inevitable when metal and other parts are exposed to the salt air—and especially routinely, as is the case for military ships and other hardware. The Department of Defense…

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