3D Printing News Briefs: March 2, 2018

We’ve got a lot of business announcements for you today in 3D Printing News Briefs, plus some news about software and materials, so let’s dive right in. First, BASF 3D…

PaperCut Releases New Software Version to Combine 3D Printing and Specialty Production Printing In One Solution

It’s important to keep your 3D printing software up to date, so everything is current and running smoothly. Global print management software company PaperCut, based in Australia, was founded in…

Autodesk Announces More Free 3D Design Software for Fab Labs

Fab Labs are one of the more wonderful things to have arisen in the early part of the 21st century. Fully equipped spaces where makers, tinkerers and inventors can come explore,…

US Navy’s Humble 3D Printed TruClip Design Sent to the International Space Station During Maker Faire

A few weeks ago, we were interested to learn that the US Navy had designed a tiny 3D printed part that, while appearing insignificant, has already saved the Navy over…

Giving to the World through 3D Printing for Work and Family at NRCC

It’s not enough just to have a fancy makerspace, it only becomes something powerful as a result of the people who are participating in it. The New River Valley Community College (NRCC)…

How 3D Printing and FabLabs are Ushering in Changes Within the Brazilian Economy

What do you know about FabLabs? Do you know anything about the stage of 3D printing in the developing countries? South America’s giant, Brazil, is the world’s seventh-largest economy with a…


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