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Inside Markforged, the 3D printing startup aiming to change industrial manufacturing

It's a young Cambridge company seeing rapid growth in its market and pumping out new products in response to early customer feedback, but beyond that Markforged doesn't look much like your typical Greater Boston startup. The heart of the company's Alewife ...

01/23/17

Audi to implement industrial 3D printing tech in its Ingolstadt plant

KRAILLING: German luxury carmaker Audi has started a development partnership with EOS, the global technology solutions provider for high-end Additive Manufacturing (AM). The EOS consulting division “Additive Minds” is supporting Audi in the holistic ...

01/24/17

French 3D printing startup Prismadd begins industrial production

French 3D printing startup Prismadd is breaking into the big leagues as it kicks off production at its Montauban industrial 3D printing plant, equipped with five, soon to be seven, industrial 3D printers. The company, which signed a six million euro ...

01/30/17

AddUp’s Heavy Metal 3D Printer

AddUp is a new company that is a joint venture between Michelin and French industrial engineering giant Fives Group, who are well known for building a wide variety of industrial machinery. We’re looking at AddUp’s FormUp 350, a 3D metal printer that’s attracting some attention. Now they have a partner company that makes 3D metal printers. In the competitive 3D metal printing market, AddUp is one of the contenders. This will make AddUp a big contender in the 3D metal printer market almost immediately. One of AddUp’s backers, Michelin, is deep into 3D printing and in fact apparently has 30 machines making something around one million 3D printed parts per year.

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Beyond the Hype: What's Next for Industrial 3D Printing | The ... - Huffington Post


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It wasn't long ago that 3D printing was one of the buzziest technologies around. We watched as a 3D printer recreated a bust of Stephen Colbert on TV.
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Among the Rash of 3D Printer Kickstarter Failures, STACKER ... - 3DPrint.com


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Right now is a bit of a difficult time for Kickstarter, as well as for anyone who wants to launch a new product - particularly a 3D printer - on the crowdfunding ...

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Ford Starts Pilot Testing Stratasys Infinite Build 3D Printer - Forbes


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Ford Starts Pilot Testing Stratasys Infinite Build 3D Printer
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Sure, you can still buy small 3D printers for home use, but the reality is that they remain largely gimmicks for the nerdiest among us. On the other hand, there are an increasing number of industrial applications for the technology and Ford is now ...
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Additive World 2017 conference 3D Printing Industry preview - 3D Printing Industry


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Additive World 2017 conference 3D Printing Industry preview
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3D Printing Industry will be flying to Eindhoven next week to cover the Additive World 'Industrial 3D printing' conference and get a live demonstration of the MetalFAB1 machine from Additive Industries. Taking place during the 15-16th March at the High ...


Beyond the Hype: What's Next for Industrial 3D Printing - Huffington Post


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Beyond the Hype: What's Next for Industrial 3D Printing
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It wasn't long ago that 3D printing was one of the buzziest technologies around. We watched as a 3D printer recreated a bust of Stephen Colbert on TV. We heard from industry analysts who were bullish on adoption of the technology. We imagined a future ...

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