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3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — January 14, 2017

On this week’s edition of “The Stories We Missed This Week,” we’ve got a wide range of news spanning from drone swarms to 3D printing WordPress plugins. First off, Italian…

Sculpteo Now Offering Two More CLIP Resin Materials to the General Public

Earlier in the year online 3D printing services company Sculpteo launched their CLIP Technology Beta Pilot Program. As one of the few corporate partners given the chance to work with the…

MarketsandMarkets Report Says Patent Filing and Mergers & Acquisitions Fueled 3D Printing Industry Growth

While they have always been a touchy subject in just about every industry built around technology, patents are an especially touchy topic in the 3D printing industry. That is likely due…

Case Study: Carbon’s CLIP Technology Lives Up to the Hype for Automotive Manufacturer Delphi

Unless you’ve been living under a 3D printed rock for the last year, you’re probably at least marginally acquainted with Carbon and their groundbreaking CLIP technology. For a while, it seemed as…

Sculpteo Gives Us the Lowdown on Carbon’s Rigid Polyurethane Resin in New Q&A

It’s been well over a year since Carbon had the entire 3D printing industry clamoring in excitement about their exhilaratingly fast and potentially revolutionary Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology, which…

Disney Research Just Invented a “3D Copier” That Uses Light-Cured Resin to Duplicate Entire Objects Instantly

Using light-cured resins to 3D print physical objects is not a new technology. In fact, the oldest form of 3D printing is stereolithography (SLA), a process that uses a laser…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — April 30

This week’s 3D printing news moves from Nano Dimension’s PCB Survey Results to a new finish from Materialise aimed at 3D printed eyewear and wearables. The first (3D printed) drone…

NewPro3D, the Fastest 3D Printer in the World, Just Printed a Full-Sized Skull in Minutes Not Hours

NewPro3D made quite a stir at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show when they showed off their new 3D printing technology that printed objects faster than any other printer around. At…

Carbon’s Kodak Moment: Partnership Will Develop New Materials for CLIP 3D Printing Technology

I took several photography classes in high school and college, and I graduated just before digital photography took over completely, making darkrooms mostly a thing of the past. Although I…

NEXA3D versus NewPro3D: What Happens When You Kickstart Technology without a Patent

About two weeks ago a new 3D printer manufacturer called NEXA3D launched a Kickstarter campaign for the NX1. The superfast light-cured resin 3D printer boasted lightning fast printing speeds thanks…

Google Ventures Leads Massive $100 Million Funding Round of Carbon3D

Carbon3D, which emerged from stealth mode earlier this year to stun us all with news of their remarkable Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology that prints incredibly quickly (a staggering…

15 of The Most Popular 3D Printing Stories For The First Half of 2015

As we rapidly approach the halfway point of 2015, two questions have popped into my head. The first, “Where has the first half of the year gone?” And the second,…

Autodesk’s Ember Research Team Experiments with True Speed of Top-Down SLA DLP 3D Printing

Andreas Bastian, a 3D printing research scientist at Autodesk, decided to put his job title to the most literal use upon building a top-down DLP 3D printer to see what…

Ford Is Now Using Carbon3D’s CLIP 3D Printers With Astonishing Results While Researching New Materials

The Silicon Valley startup, Carbon3D, has been in the headlines a lot lately. Following their launch out of stealth mode earlier in the year with their Continuous Liquid Interface Production…

Legacy Effects, Now Using Carbon 3D Printers For Projects Including Terminator Genisys

Note: We incorrectly reported that Legacy Effects had ‘switched’ from Stratasys PolyJet printers to using the Carbon 3D Printer, when in fact it is just another tool in the company’s…

Why 2017 Will Be the Breakout Year for 3D Printing Technologies

You are likely sitting here having finished reading numerous articles from 3DPrint.com and other news sources over the course of the last several months, thinking to yourself, “This crazy technology…

Former Ford CEO Mulally Joins Carbon3D to Aid in Creating Super Fast 3D Printing Tech

Alan R. Mulally has always been, both literally and figuratively, a man on the go, and he’s now taking on the 3D printing world. An honorary fellow of England’s Royal…

Autodesk Backs Carbon3D’s CLIP 3D Printing Technology With $10M Via Spark Investment Fund

Although Autodesk’s CEO Carl Bass seems to be more optimistic about the industrial side of the 3D printing market than the consumer side of it all, the company has been…

Interview with Carbon3D Executive Rob Schoeben — Even Faster 3D Printing on the Way

March was a huge month, not only for the 3D printing industry, but for the entire technology sector in general, as a wave of innovation swept over the already established 3D…

Student Creates Super Fast ‘Membrane Based’ 3D Printer – Prints 40 x 40 x 100 mm Objects at 10 Microns in 12 Minutes

It is truly amazing how quickly the 3D printing space is developing. Just two weeks ago we stood stunned as a company called Carbon3D unveiled a new breakthrough 3D printing…

3D Printing Market Tops $3.3 Billion, Expands by 34% in 2014

If you’re wondering about the health of the market for 3D printers and 3D printing technology, put your thoughts at ease.  Market research firm Canalys says almost 133,000 3D printers…

3D Printing: The Next 5 years

The 3D printing field is expected to grow more than 14% annually to become an $8.4 billion industry by 2020, according to a 2013 report by MarketsandMarkets. Currently, North America and…

Has This Australian Company Just One-Upped Carbon3D’s Super Fast 3D Printer?

It was just last week that we reported on a company called Carbon3D, who had just unveiled a “breakthrough” 3D printing process referred to as Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology (CLIP)….

Carbon3D Unveils Breakthrough CLIP 3D Printing Technology, 25-100X Faster

In what may be one of the biggest stories we have covered this year, a new company, Carbon3D has just emerged out of stealth mode, unveiling an entirely new breakthrough…