Advancing the AM Industry through Intentional Open Innovation
Authentise is an automation software company dedicated to streamlining and managing the production process for multiple manufacturing technologies, including 3D printing. To learn more about its Open Innovation strategy, we…
Can 3D Printing Make Your Organization Innovative?
No, 3D Printing Alone Cannot Make an Organization Innovative Can additive manufacturing (AM) simply make an organization innovative by throwing a few 3D printers at it? Is it able to…
3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: February 26, 2022
We’ve got a super full week of webinars and events to tell you about for this coming week, including one of our own—Additive Manufacturing Strategies 2022 will be held as…
Innovators in Residence Program for DLP 3D Printing Launched by IN-VISION
IN-VISION Technologies AG, based out of Austria and Boston, is a leader in high-precision optical systems and light engines for Digital Light Processing (DLP) 3D printing. Now, the company, which…
Roboze to Begin 3D Printing Circular Economy Program Starting Next Year
Starting in January 2022, Roboze, the Italian-American manufacturer of 3D printers, polymers for additive manufacturing, and composite parts, is starting a circular economy program for its customers. The program will…
3D Printing News Briefs, July 17, 2021: SME, Z3DLAB & CNRS, GKN Additive, FibreTuff & RSNA, Nano Dimension & Hensoldt, ioTech
In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’ll tell you about a rebranded case study award, and then a few stories about 3D printing materials. Finishing up, we’re sharing news about…
3D Printing Bullets Before Cannibals & the Innovators Dilemma
The concept of “Fire Bullets, Then Cannonballs” comes from Jim Collins’ book Great by Choice. It boils down to the following: “First, you fire bullets (low-cost, low-risk, low-distraction experiments) to…
3 Key Indicators of Great Company Culture
Additive manufacturing is not immune to the thread that binds a team or company together. A thread better known as ‘company culture.’ Each business has one, each one is different….
3D Printing Webinar and Virtual Event Roundup: March 21, 2021
We’ve got over ten different webinars, online trainings, and virtual events to tell you about in this week’s roundup, covering topics from 3D modeling and electroplating to 3D scanning and…
3D Printing Webinar and Virtual Event Roundup: March 13, 2021
From a new 3D printer and the future of industrial 3D printing to the hazards of AM fumes, a lot of different topics are being covered in the webinars and…
Janne Kyttanen: Live Entrepreneurship and 3D Printing Value Networks
Janne Kyttanen is a pioneering designer in 3D printing who has brought us some of the world’s first 3D printed furniture, lamps, consumer objects and textiles. As an independent designer…
In this article, I detail my brief visit to Machines Room and how it is closing down. This does not deter the essence of making though. There are interesting things occurring that will lead to future social change within London maker culture.
Coding for 3D Part 5: Parametric Design
This is an article focused on my choice of learning parametric design through this series.
The Diamond Project
This is an article that is briefly highlighting an idea that has some potential but it needs some guidance from seasoned business professionals.
3D Printing & the Circular Economy Part 4: Anthroposphere
This is a brief introduction to other conversation and questions I am having as I do research for the circular economy. Some follow up articles will occur based on the questions raised.
Interview with Zach Kaplan of Corazon Capital, mHUB and Inventables
This is a short inteview with the Founder and CEO of Inventables, Zach Kaplan. It goes into the thoughts on digital manufacturing as well as the maker movement.
The Entrepreneurial and Maker Community
This is a short article on the maker movement, entrepreneurial activity, and the global market economy as a whole. The means of production are important for any future economy, and makers may have the tools for it.
Bioprinting 101 Part 18 – Pharmaceutical Testing
A pharmaceutical test can be referred to as a clinical trial or a rigorously controlled test of a new drug or a new invasive medical device on human subjects. In…
Interview with Patrizio Carlucci of Innovation Lab ECCO on 3D Printing Shoes
This is an in depth interview with Patrizio Carlucci the Head of Ecco Innovation Lab. The interview covers a variety of aspects within the footwear industry as a whole.
The Future of 3D Printing and Fashion Design Through the Eyes of LabeledBy
LabeledBy is a design studio based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. They work in fashion and their area of expertise is research and technology development. Their products range goes from technological…
Public FabLab with 3D Printing Center of Excellence Inaugurated in Jordan
FabLabs are small workshops where members can go to work on digital fabrication projects, taking advantage of the space’s technology, which often includes 3D printers and CNC machines, among others….
NanoSteel Wins RAPID + TCT Innovation Auditions for 3D Printing Tool Steel for Powder Bed Fusion
Metal 3D printing is gaining momentum, as technology continues to advance for making strong, solid parts with unique geometries for a wide variety of applications, ranging from medical and aerospace…
Celebrate 3D Printing with Award-Winning 3D Printers, Materials, Leaders
We’ve got plenty of 3D printing awards news to share with you today, as some of the industry’s biggest names are receiving accolades for their innovation, hard work, and dedication….
3D Printing News Briefs: April 10, 2018
We’re sharing news about awards and new products in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. DWS Systems has won the Red Dot design award for its DFAB 3D printer, while the…