Ricoh to Buy 34.5 Percent of Bioprinting Company Elixirgen Scientific

Japan’s Ricoh Company, Ltd. announces further investment in 3D printing—and bioprinting—teaming up with Elixirgen Scientific, Inc. of Baltimore Maryland. Together, they will be focused on creating new products for the…

Are Ejecta the Reason for Flaws in Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing?

While users around the globe are busy creating one stunning innovation after another in 3D printing—and some with the ability to change production forever—researchers are just as busy in the…

In-House 3D Printing Helps Crescent, Inc. Create New & Lightweight Virtual Reality Head-Mounted Display

3D Systems has a deep connection to early 3D printing technology via inventor and founder Chuck Hull, and three decades later they are known as one of the most expansive 3D printer…

Leading in Hardware: Aleph Objects Named #122 in Inc. 500

Within an industry that saw some turbulence for the movers and shakers of 3D printing in the last couple of years, many of the smaller companies—as tight and compact in…

Recent Report Offers Projections for VR & AR Through 2025; Expect AR Technology to Lead

A report on both augmented and virtual reality has just been released, outlining what you should expect to see in regards to its success and usage in the future. In…

Maker Faires Are a Big Draw for Kids, Maker Movement Encourages Future Scientists & Engineers

Children may often become desensitized to the classroom experience, grumbling over math and science in general and latching on to the idea that they may want to avoid those lessons…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — February 13

This week’s 3D printing news begins with news of a Golden Mousetrap award for Stratasys in the category of Materials and Assembly. 3D software company 3YOURMIND has partnered with Vectorworks…

3D Printed Micro Turbines to Bring Electricity to Urban Areas & Help the Energy Impoverished

Wind turbines are plentiful out west, lined up along the highways like futuristic, noble giants, doing their work gracefully, at the whim of what mother nature provides–often quite plentifully. The…

Using 3D Printing to Rapid Prototype Food, Beverage and Retail Packaging

While originally conceived as a replacement for manufacturing back in the 1980s, due to time constraints and cost 3D printing quickly became a process primarily used to quickly develop prototype…

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