3D Printing News Briefs: February 13, 2018

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, which makes today Galentine’s Day if you’re a Parks and Recreation fan. To celebrate, we’re starting today’s 3D Printing News Briefs with Valentine’s Day news – some…

BigRep at formnext 2016: Big Announcements for a Big 3D Printing Company

Formnext 2016 may be over, but that’s all the better for us to now digest all the announcements made in Frankfurt. Among the first big announcements were those coming from…

PrintValley is the First High-Speed Metal 3D Printing, Post-Processing, Verification and Mass Production System

3D printing’s ability to manufacture individual and low production runs of customized products is one of the reasons that the process has been quickly adapted for a large number of…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — April 18, 2015

There are lots of 3D printed items in this week’s stories we didn’t cover, including keycaps from Adafruit, an ecological lampshade, customized shoe insoles, and a Saudi-designed airplane seat. Shanghai-based…

TNO is Developing a Racetrack 3D Printing System That is ’10 Times Faster Than Current Technology’

Perhaps you read the title of this article, and automatically assumed that we made a typo. After all, it sounds awfully similar to a story we did in the past…

3D Printed Mini-Pastries Called ‘Edible Growth’ Created by Dutch Industrial Design Student

A University of Eindhoven student of Industrial Design has just created her own modest version of a Star Trek-style replicator. While Chloe Rutzerveld’s machine, which she’s dubbed “Edible Growth,” won’t…


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