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Ultimaker Donating 3D Printers to Make STEM Resources Available to Women

Professional 3D printing company Ultimaker, which recently welcomed a new CEO and Chief Technology Officer, announced that, over the next year, it will be donating more than twenty of its…

3D Printing News Briefs, September 19, 2020: Relativity Space, Farsoon Technologies, Johnson & Johnson

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, the co-founder of Relativity Space is leaving his role of CTO, and Farsoon has delivered its largest order of plastic 3D printers. Finally, Johnson…

3D Printing News Briefs: August 29, 2019

For this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re telling you about award nominations, a 3D printing workshop, and a Kickstarter campaign. Johnson & Johnson is now taking nominations for…

UC Berkeley Researcher Receives Award from Johnson & Johnson for Smart 3D Printer

In 2015, Johnson & Johnson launched the WiSTEM2D (Women in Science, Technology, Math, Manufacturing and Design) program in order to increase the representation of women in the scientific and technical fields, along…

Taking a Stance to Create an Inclusive and Diverse Industry

This article originally shared on LinkedIn. A follow up to Sarah Goehrke’s “3D Printing While Female: 2017” article on 3DPrint.com. Click here to view the article. The manufacturing industry as a…

3D Printing Spotlight On: Amy Karle, Award Winning BioArtist

Amy Karle is an award winning bioartist who utilizes the relationships among the mind, body, science and technology as the platform from which to create work that examines material and…

3D Printing While Female: 2017

The 3D printing industry has a problem. It’s not a unique problem, particularly when looking to any sector of the greater manufacturing industry. Additive manufacturing has a diversity problem. It’s…

3D Printing Spotlight On: Laura Gilmour, Global Medical Business Development Manager, EOS North America

3D printing and healthcare are coming together in unprecedented ways as advanced manufacturing technologies allow for patient-specific medical treatment to the benefit of patient, medical provider — and of course…

3D Printing Spotlight On: Dana McCallum, Head of Production Partnerships, Carbon

To be a smart company requires a smart approach to business, and a major part of Carbon‘s approach to maintaining its place as a noted smart company is in paying close…

3D Printing Spotlight On: Naomi Wu / SexyCyborg, Maker

When it comes to the global maker community and the spread of desktop 3D printing among individuals and smaller-scale operations, tech enthusiasts come in all shapes and sizes. One highly…

3D Printing Spotlight On: Erica Fung, Advanced Materials and Applications Material Scientist and Engineer, HP 3D Printing

When we say that additive manufacturing is changing the shape of global manufacturing, that’s no small claim; transforming a $12 trillion industry is a major move, and many believe that…

Female Engineers Celebrated on First International Women in Engineering Day

Over the past few months, our Spotlight on Women series has highlighted the contributions of many brilliant women in the field of 3D printing. Even as we’ve begun a new…

3D Printing Spotlight On: Joanne Moretti, SVP & CMO, Jabil; GM, Radius Innovation & Development

We’ve heard a lot lately from Jabil as the global manufacturing solutions provider has been prioritizing digitization among its operations and offerings. The company, previously content to operate somewhat behind the…

3D Printing Spotlight On: Kara Noack, Senior Business Development Manager – 3D Printing, BASF

As the 3D printing industry continues to grow, a major focus is falling squarely on the stuff that stuff is made from, and global chemical companies with impressive histories are…

3D Printing Spotlight On: Julie Reece, VP of Marketing, Rize

We have been following the story of Rize Inc. and its mission to remove the strain of post-processing — the ‘dirty little secret of 3D printing’ and a seemingly small area…

3D Printing Spotlight On: Nina Hoff, CEO, byFlow

In 2015, an intriguing new 3D printer company called 3D By Flow emerged with a printer called the Focus, a portable, multi-extruder 3D printer capable of printing in multiple materials…

3D Printing Spotlight On: Cynthia Gumbert, VP of Marketing, Markforged

Strength in 3D printing needs to come from a number of areas for true success: in materials, in 3D printers, in software, and, above all, in the team behind the…

3D Printing Spotlight On: Deirdre MacCormack, CMO, Mcor

We’ve heard a lot from Mcor Technologies over the last several years as the company with its unique paper-based 3D printing system offers an environmentally friendly take on the technology that…

Why It’s Important to Highlight the Women of the 3D Printing World

As we kick off our Spotlight Series focusing on the women of the 3D printing world, publishing interviews starting early next week, we have been in contact with several dozen impressive…

3D Printing: Spotlight on Women

Earlier this month, we celebrated International Women’s Day by highlighting a very few of the women involved in the 3D printing industry today. The accomplishments of women in the industry…

UNM Researchers Developing Bone-Ligament Adherence Systems, Using Student-Built 3D Bioprinter

A couple of years ago, 3D printing entered the curriculum at the University of New Mexico’s (UNM) Valencia campus, and researchers at the main campus in Albuquerque are now attempting…

3D Printing While Female

I’ve been debating whether to write this article, because while reporting on some facets of an industry can be straightforward, not all are. At the heart of the 3D printing…

On the 30th Anniversary of the Challenger Disaster, Four Women in Science Honor the Legacy of the Crew

Thirty years ago today, the Space Shuttle Challenger lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida. 73 seconds later, it broke apart in midair, leading to the deaths of all seven of…

DigiVita is Using Blender to Teach Young Girls How to Code

While gender parity in the tech industry as a whole is still a long way off for many sectors, there have been some (minor) successes in bring more women into…