RAPID Wrap-Up: Carbon, 3D Systems, Autodesk Share Their Latest in 3D Printing and Software

Many events are over as soon as closing time hits, but for some of the biggest shows in the 3D printing calendar year, the conversations continue even weeks thereafter. It’s…

Titan Robotics’ Large-Format 3D Printer, the Cronus, Features Five Print Heads and Autodesk Netfabb Software

In 2016, 3D printer manufacturer Titan Robotics started work to build the first commercial multi-head machine featuring Autodesk’s Project Escher technology. Last week at CES 2017, the Colorado-based company was able to…

CES 2017: Day Two in 3D Printing & 3D Scanning Shows More Hardware, More Focus

On Friday, CES 2017 was again in full swing following a very busy day one — many exhibitors braced themselves for what they had heard would be the busiest day…

Autodesk Introduces Even More Updates to Netfabb 2017

In September, Autodesk released the annual update to their additive manufacturing and design software, Netfabb. While Netfabb 2017 came packed with new features and improvements, Autodesk was by no means finished…

Autodesk’s Project Escher Software is Super Fast 3D Printing for Large-Scale Objects

One of the drawbacks to using 3D printing for manufacturing is the time that it takes to print each object. When a product is being mass produced, standard injection molding…

Autodesk Offers Details on Latest Developments & Projects, Improving on 3D Printing Speed & Scale

Autodesk recently hosted an event at their San Francisco headquarters, showing off not just some new technology but expounding on updates regarding investments, a new 3D printing platform, Ember, and…


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