3D printing, married to traditional metal casting, could reshape manufacturing

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Desktop 3D printer presages the future of multi-layer circuit board design

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Stratasys unveils an assembly line of cloud-controlled robotic 3D printers

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Startup unveils 3D printer that can build carbon fiber, Kevlar, fiberglass parts

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A new 3D printing technology uses electricity to create stronger objects for manufacturing

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Spread the loveTweet Nothing actually appears to happen when the Essentium rep flips the switch to fire up the company’s demo. The change is undetectable standing a foot away from…


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Stratasys thinks this wall of modular cells is the future of 3D printing in manufacturing

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Spread the loveTweet Industrial 3D printing bigwig (and MakerBot owner) Stratasys took to the stage at the Rapid additive manufacturing event in Pittsburgh this morning showcase the Continuous Build 3D…


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The Blackbelt lets you 3D print really long items

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Spread the loveTweet The conveyor belt has long been the center of wacky adventures. From Charlie Chaplin to Lucy, things whizzing by on a flat belt has made for comedy…


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HP to scale up its 3D printer business for use in mass manufacturing

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Greg Mark talks about the future of 3D printing

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Spread the loveTweet In this episode of Technotopia I talk to Greg Mark, founder of Markforged. Mark recently made news with his new metal printing technology that heats metallic objects…


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MIT’s giant mobile 3D printer can build a building in 14 hours, and some day it may be headed to Mars

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Spread the loveTweet At first glance, the Digital Construction Platform looks as awkward as its name. A nozzle is attached to the end of a pair of robotic arms atop…


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