Graphene 3D Lab to announce water-soluble 3D printer filament this week

Graphene 3D Lab to announce water-soluble 3D printer filament this week

Graphene 3D Lab has announced today that it will present details on a newly-developed water-soluble 3D printer filament at the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters’ (CME) Canada Makes: Additive Manufacturing Forum at Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario on April 30, 2015. Graphene 3D Lab’s water-soluble filament is the latest addition to its line of specialty-functional filaments. […]

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NAO lends a robotic hand in banking customer service

NAO lends a robotic hand in banking customer service

Standing just 58 cm (23 in) high, NAO was given a plinth to put him on eye level with the costumers he greeted (Photo: Stephen Clemenger/Gizmag.com) In Japan, humanoid robots are seen as an important part of the solution to the looming double problem of a shortage of labor and an aging society . The […]

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Redesigned Solus DLP 3D printer to open for pre-orders soon

Redesigned Solus DLP 3D printer to open for pre-orders soon

The high number of start-ups appearing in the 3D printing community definitely shows that it’s a viable, potent and promising market, but unfortunately it’s not always gold that glistens. Many start-ups unfortunately don’t immediately live up to their expectations or are able to create the response they deserve. While many disappear from sight, others are […]

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Monkeyfab Unveils Massive KILO 3D Printer Prototype

Monkeyfab Unveils Massive KILO 3D Printer Prototype

No matter how you look at it, FDM technology has more or less reached its full potential, with 3D printing materials as one of the few areas with room for improvement. The printing process invented and mastered by Stratasys will never become that much faster or more accurate than it is today, simply because of […]

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Microsoft will reveal new 3D printing file formats during Build 2015

Microsoft will reveal new 3D printing file formats during Build 2015

Microsoft has just announced that it will reveal information on its new 3D printing file format in Windows 10 at this year’s Build conference in San Francisco. The software giant believes that current file formats are outdated, and that by aligning CAD software with 3D printing hardware and software on an information-rich format, they can unleash the […]

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