• Oct : 22 : 2014 - Inventables Launches 3D Carving Machine on Kickstarter, Reaches Funding Target in Minutes!
  • Oct : 22 : 2014 - Introducing “Multipart” : simplifying upload for multipart 3D files
  • Oct : 22 : 2014 - 3D Hubs Becomes Infrastructure
  • Oct : 22 : 2014 - Thingiverse | MakerBot Thingiverse Make-a-Thon
  • Oct : 22 : 2014 - Carvey: The desktop 3D carving machine

Following up on our report on 3D printing safety , we’ve been tipped to a safety device dedicated to 3D printers: the Smoke Signal.

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WHYcase demonstrated the true power of 3D printing by creating a brand new manufactured product in only 7 days.

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At MakerBot, we’re working hard to provide expert, friendly customer support to all of our customers around the world. As we’ve grown, so have the challenges of providing world-class support to our customers who are pushing the limits of 3D printing in over 100 countries.

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A big thank you to all the attendees who visited Materialise headquarters in Leuven last Friday. It was another exciting and successful meet-up! If you couldn’t make it this time, there’s still one more chance to join us at an i.materialise meet-up this year

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Believe it or not but the Holiday Season is approaching.

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Better. Faster

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Steelblue and Autodesk recently introduced the largest ever 3D printed model of the San Francisco skyline, 3D printed on two Objet500 Connex Multi-material 3D Printers by Stratasys.

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Made from plant starches, Biome3D is a biodegradable plastic that combines easy processing and a superior print finish, while offering much higher print speeds. Developed in partnership with 3Dom Filaments, the new material was unveiled today at the TCT Show 2014, the leading event dedicated to 3D printing, additive manufacturing and product development. Plant-based plastics are already a popular choice for 3D printing because they are much easier to work with during processing, and are food safe and odour free

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There’s been a change in how personal 3D printers are marketed; we think it could be because of market maturity. Certainly machines have become increasingly capable in technical terms

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Can’t make it to our meetup in Paris this weekend with Autodesk, learn to get your 3D models printed from anywhere, using this tutorial and the 123D Catch app! Getting an object from the 123D Catch App to a 3D print in your hands is relatively simple. We’ve broken it down into five easy steps to get you on your way to a 3D print of literally anything around you! Download the 123D Catch App (obviously) Plan/Take the pictures Upload to the Autodesk Servers Download/Delete Noise Upload to Sculpteo.com and 3D Print! 1. Downloading the 123D Catch App The 123D Catch app is available on three different platforms, in the App Store for iOS, in the Android Marketplace, and for PC

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Fueling China’s Crude Addiction

Posted on Apr - 7 - 2013

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Posted on Jun - 17 - 2014

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Gartner: 3D printers aren’t...

Posted on Apr - 9 - 2013

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i.materialise goes Japan!

Posted on Jul - 1 - 2013

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You Know, For Kids:...

Posted on Mar - 4 - 2014

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