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What to consider when buying a 3D printer
Preet Jesrani | Mar 9,2015
At DesignBox3D, we have focused on hands-on testing and use of any new product that we have ever considered adding to the product line.  Nothing comes in here without being extensively tested. We test so that you can 3D print. Finding ... Read More
Preaching the gospel of 3D printing Down Under
Dennis Mitzner | Mar 4,2015
Based in Maddingley, Australia, the founder and CEO of The 3D Printer, Dion Parsons gave Inside3DP an interview about the company and its goals. “I started working in schools back in the year 2000 as a Sy...
This 3D printing company offers CAD, 3D printer ...
Dennis Mitzner | Mar 3,2015
Founded by Antti Sulkanen, 3D printing (or 3D tulostus in Finnish) service AN-Cadsolutions is an authorized re-seller of Felix and Blueprinter 3D-printers, Roland 3D milling machines, engravers, 3D-laser scanne...
A 3D printer with a twist
Amit Arora | Feb 22,2015
We have seen an influx of all kinds of 3d printers in the past few months, they now come in all shapes and sizes. However one thing that has not changed is the way these printers work is how they 3d print. All ...
Autodesk starts selling an open-source 3D printe...
Dennis Mitzner | Feb 19,2015
3D design software company Autodesk has launched its first 3D printer. Priced at $5,995 the open-source machine is hardly a bargain, but according to reports the purpose of the printer is to facilitate and show...
3D printing excitement in Seattle
Mike Grauer Jr. | Feb 10,2015
Something exciting just happened on the 7th of February in Seattle, Washington. A recently formed group called Open3DC had a major event, a mini 3D printing conference. The topic of the conference was economica...
Bonsai Lab Launches a 3D Printer for Children
Dennis Mitzner | Feb 8,2015
Bonsai Lab Inc released a new FDM 3D printer, and filament with a melting temperature of 80°C. The Tokyo-based company exhibited its new machine at a trade show for toys in Nuremberg, Germany earlier this month...
Teleportation Made Possible With 3D Printers
Amit Arora | Feb 3,2015
According to Wikipedia “Teletransportation, is the theoretical transfer of matter or energy from one point to another without traversing the physical space between them”. In simple words, its the transfer of ma...
3D printing at home might cause health problems,...
Dennis Mitzner | Jan 29,2015
3D printing at home might cause health problems for users, a new Finnish study claims. The research was conducted by Aalto University , University of Helsinki and the Nanosafety Research Center in Helsinki. 3D ...
2015: Hoping for better 3D modeling software
Daniel Brown | Jan 22,2015
As a provider of 3D printing services to individuals and businesses, in 2015, I expect personal use of 3D printing to grow rather significantly. Many businesses have been using 3D printing well before I got int...
HP bringing 3D printing to tablets, laptops
Dennis Mitzner | Jan 21,2015
As we’ve reported before, HP is taking steps to enter the 3D printing market. The company recently announced today that it had selected Intel Corporation as the architecture provider for HP Multi Jet Fusi...
Good news for 3D printing! This water-cooled ext...
Mike Grauer Jr. | Jan 14,2015
Autox3d, a 3D printing start-up in the Philippines is making FFF based 3D printers to compete with Makerbot and other similarly priced printers. We wrote about the company earlier this year, but what is making ...
HP selects Intel to power the HP Multi Jet Fusio...
Dennis Mitzner | Jan 7,2015
HP announced  today that it has selected Intel Corporation as the architecture provider for HP Multi Jet Fusion. “HP Multi Jet Fusion is uniquely designed to resolve fundamental limitations in today’...