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Stratasys to Unveil Groundbreaking New Infinite Build and Robotic Composite 3D Printing Demonstrators at IMTS

If there’s one company that most people would trust to give 3D printing advice, it’s likely Stratasys. The company has been around since the early days of 3D printing, and…

New Industry Report: Metal 3D Printing is Now the Fastest Growing Segment of the 3D Printing Industry

Metal 3D printing has been one of the most in-demand additive manufacturing technologies for years. However, because of the technology’s expense, speed and part size limitations it has primarily been…

3DPrinterOS Announces Integrations With Most Popular CAD Design Tools, Further Simplifying Workflow

Just recently, 3DPrinterOS completed a transfer to the Microsoft Azure cloud platform to accommodate their rapidly expanding user base. The young company, which fully launched only a little over a year ago,…

Teamwork Between Siemens and the Fraunhofer Institute Results in New Uses of Additive Manufacturing

With climate change a big issue on almost everyone’s mind, many corporations are brainstorming ways to become more sustainable and lessen their negative impact on the environment. One company that…

Siemens Expanding Frontier Partner Program to Include Augmented & Virtual Reality Product Development

Startups of today, and especially within the 3D realm, are redefining the new small business. As they incubate, meditate, kickstart, and enter one round of funding after another—often with astounding…

Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printer: HP Focused Development on Economics, Voxel Level, Collaboration

Just outside of Barcelona, in Sant Cugat del Vallès, Spain, HP houses some incredible large-format printing equipment, with unbelievably huge digital web presses — and, deeper within their labs, some…

HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printer Unveiled

It’s here! Like kids counting down for Christmas morning, journalists, analysts, and watchdogs in the 3D printing industry have been counting down to this day for a very long time:…

Siemens, Local Motors Partner to Speed Development of 3D Printed Cars

It’s an entertaining exercise to think about what cars may look like in 10, 20, 50 years. Science fiction writers love to speculate about the vehicles of the future –…

Siemens: 3D Printing Spider Bots are Able to Collaborate in Smart Printing Teams, Covering Ground Autonomously

While arachnophobia may invoke the unrealistic yet all too common fear and anticipation of hordes of black, hairy, killer spiders, the world may soon have a new take on the…

At The Inside 3D Printing/METAV Düsseldorf Conference, Participating Is Winning

The topics for the many of the presentations at Inside 3D Printing in Düsseldorf were some of the most “industry centered” in the show’s recent history. The Synergies with the METAV show may have…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week–February 6

In this week’s 3D printing news, we have more than one story about metal 3D printing, which is growing ever more popular. Materialise is sponsoring a 3D printed metal workshop tour,…

Siemens Saves Time and Money Using Ultimaker 2 3D Printers for Prototype Production

Siemens AG  is a multinational corporation that holds the distinction of being Europe’s largest engineering company. Headquartered in Berlin and Munich, Germany, the company focuses on Healthcare, Industry, Energy, and Infrastructure &…

Siemens Announces New Frontier Partner Program for Startups in 3D Printing & Robotics

Siemens, one of the world’s oldest and most respected companies that invests over $1 billion a year for research in the US, is now embracing 3D printing–and a handful of…

Siemens Announces a Competition for Innovative Engineering and Creativity in 3D Design and Printing

High-tech powerhouse Siemens has just announced the Siemens 3D Challenge, a contest to inspire sustainability-conscious technical creativity and innovation in 3D printing and design in Australia and New Zealand with the…