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Amazon wants to patent its mobile, on demand 3D printing delivery trucks
Dennis Mitzner | Feb 27,2015
The eCommerce giant Amazon’s adventure with 3D printing continues as the company recently filed a patent application for item delivery via 3D printing on demand. In the patent abstract, Amazon elaborated the reasoning behind the ... Read More
What's happening with Pinshape?
Mike Grauer Jr. | Feb 25,2015
A little less than a year ago, Inside3DP covered Pinshape, a start-up that aims to become the go-to marketplace for 3D printable designs and to take on the big boys, like Shapeways and Thingiverse, that have be...
Convert 2D images into 3D printables with eXtrud...
Amit Arora | Feb 12,2015
Df3d is an Indian Company that offers printing & design platform and aims to be a one stop solution for all your 3d printing needs. The company offers an easy to adapt 3d printing store plug-in for anyone w...
Warner Bros strikes a deal with a 3D printing co...
Dennis Mitzner | Dec 23,2014
Finnish 3D printing marketplace Launzer.com has reached an agreement with Warner Bros. movie studios to make 3D printed models and toys of Batman, Superman and other WB characters. Launzer is a site wonder by 3...
3DP conference in Israel, the promised land of 3...
Dennis Mitzner | Nov 13,2014
Inside3DP had a chance to attend a 3D printing conference in one of the lavish event halls in Tel Aviv’s Airport City. The food was mediocre, but the quality of the participants was excellent. New faces S...
Interview with the co-founder of E3D Online: com...
Joris Peels | Oct 10,2014
Started on the Isle of Wight, E3D makes hot ends for 3D printers. The company is the first of a few “aftermarket” 3D printing companies. Rather than making the entire machine the company focuses instead o...
Australian startup hopes to be the Expedia of 3D...
Shanie Phillips | Oct 7,2014
With the 3D printing industry projected to be worth anywhere between $8 billion and $18 billion (depending on who you ask) in the next 4-6 years, it’s no surprise that 3D printing-related startups and 3D printe...
3D Hubs founders: distributed manufacturing coul...
Dennis Mitzner | Oct 2,2014
Here’s an interesting interview with the founders of 3D Hubs, Brian Garret and Bram de Zwart. H/T Unique Plastic Related: 3D Hubs Goes Global after Receiving $4.5M Investment – Inside3DP Exclusive I...
Startup uses 3D medical modeling technique for m...
Shanie Phillips | Sep 29,2014
One of the technologies arising as a result of advances in 3D printing and additive manufacturing is medical modeling. The ability to efficiently create detailed, accurate replica models of patients prior to co...
3D Hubs Goes Global after Receiving $4.5M Invest...
Joris Peels | Sep 3,2014
3DHubs is a service that connects over 7100 people who have desktop 3D printers at home with people who want to get parts 3D printed. 3DHubs lets people conveniently find a local production partner for any kind...
When it Comes to 3D Printing, It's the Product T...
John Hauer | Sep 3,2014
“We won’t see mass adoption of 3D printing until the cost of desktop devices comes down.” Heard that one before? Me too, in nearly every article I read about the latest, greatest, or cheapest new 3D printer. Ev...
Coffee with a Dash of 3D Printing: Finnish Coffe...
Dennis Mitzner | Sep 2,2014
Finnish coffee giant Paulig joined forces with Shapeways to allow Finnish customers to 3D print their own customized coffee containers. The two companies launched a new website on Tuesday, where eager coffee dr...
Shapeways First to Offer Full Color 3D Printed P...
Shanie Phillips | Aug 22,2014
If you’ve ever seen a product printed by a desktop 3D printer, you may understand why the technology hasn’t yet achieved mainstream success. Even the best of Replicators and the most advanced of all the Cubes w...