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SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2018: Designer to Analyst

The Solidworks Blog

When I first started using analysis tools it was the domain of the expert, the engineer with the PhD. Virtual testing was used sparingly and only for high value applications. But today? Today, simulation has become a tool used throughout the product development process. So what changed?

3D Systems strengthens its additive manufacturing product line

Leslie's Blog

The developers of additive 3D printing systems continue to focus on moving into manufacturing. 3D Systems has long had products that suit manufacturing applications, but its previous branded identity did not always emphasize that aspect of the business.

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The Magic That Happens When Designers Get Open Access to Great Works of Art

Shapeways Blog

Earlier this year we announced a unique design partnership with the National Gallery of Denmark (known to those in the know as the SMK).

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3D Pixel Art and Printing Collide Creating GrabCAD Voxel Print

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Manufacturing has changed in recent years. Computer-controlled machines and computer aided design (CAD) tools are more accessible and more flexible than ever before, opening the industry up to more innovative fabrication methods that can capitalize on new and improving capabilities.

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Medical Imagery Takes Form with 3D Printing at RSNA 2017

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Radiology is a medical practice that many in the medical community finds closely aligns with 3D printing.

Be THAT Dog Mom with a Custom Puppy Cookie Cutter

Shapeways Blog

As a small child, I desperately wanted a puppy — so much so that I had a little blue purse with a long strap that I named “Purse Dog” (I wasn’t great with wordplay back then). I dragged Purse Dog around the house by the strap and tied her to the end of my bed at night so she wouldn’t run away.

Dassault Systèmes collaborates with ECCO on a 3D print footwear project

3D Perspectives

The FashionLab by Dassault Systèmes has been collaborating with ECCO Innovation Lab on a 3D print footwear project. This project has been revealed this week during the FormNext event in Germany.

SOLIDWORKS Helps Product Designers Joseph Joseph Scoop Queen’s Award for Enterprise

The Solidworks Blog

Say congratulations to Joseph Joseph. The British product design company has landed a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise – with a little help from SOLIDWORKS. What are the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise? Good question.

Renishaw – First Clinical Study Patient Has Novel Drug Delivery System Implanted for Parkinson’s Trial

Additive Manufacturing

On November 8th, 2017 the first patient in a new clinical study was implanted with a novel drug delivery system, developed by Renishaw , The procedure took place at Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden.

The Final Frontier: How Space Is 3D Printing’s Greatest Proving Ground

Shapeways Blog

Space has been called the final frontier, and it will take more than hardy souls to build settlements amongst the stars. It will require cutting-edge tech, and 3D printing will be essential to that effort. I’ve always found the idea of exploring and colonizing planets alluring.

Digital Effectiveness: Top Risk for Mining

3D Perspectives

Digital Effectiveness Top Risk in EY Mining and Metals Report. Looking back on EY’s top trends in the Mining and Metals industry in 2008 reflects a very different point in time, when skills shortages and consolidation topped the list of risks.

3D Printing with the Windows Mixed Reality Viewer


Last month, the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update arrived for many creative users, with improvements on the existing features and an exciting addition: the Windows Mixed Reality Viewer. With this new app, it’s possible to put your 3D creations and characters in a real environment to see how they merge.

3D printing helps complex heart surgery at University Hospital Mainz

3D Printing Industry

Bernhard Dorweiler is Head of the Department of Vascular Surgery at University Hospital Mainz in Germany. In a number of cases at the University, Dr. Dorweiler and his team have been using 3D printed models to practice delicate surgeries, and ultimately save lives due to a better understanding of each specific condition. Recently, a […].

Acclaimed Artist Doug Bucci Reveals His Studio — And His Medical Data-Inspired Art Jewelry

Shapeways Blog

As celebrated artist Doug Bucci debuts his Islet Necklace at the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum this week, we’re proud to bring you a behind-the-scenes look at the necklace’s creation.

VIDEO: Top Ways to Save on CNC Machining


Learn our best tips on making your CNC Machined parts more cost-effective

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3D Printing for Beginners: A Dictionary


3D printing is fascinating and intricate at the same time, and understanding every 3D printing concept can be overwhelming when you are just starting out. Learning the different materials and technologies gets even more complicated with the often complex 3D printing terminology.

Trends in Additive Manufacturing for end-use production with Carbon

3D Printing Industry

3D Printing Industry is taking an in depth look at how additive manufacturing is moving to production. Over the coming weeks the results of interviews with industry leading practitioners will be published. This article is part of a series examining Trends in Additive Manufacturing for End-Use Production. Gurjeev Chadha is Head of Product Marketing at […]. 3D Printing Carbon Trends in Additive Manufacturing for End-Use Production

The Coolest Dota® 2 Products on Shapeways

Shapeways Blog

Edrice’s powerful-looking Dota® Signet Ring. Fan art is something that’s always gone hand-in-hand with the things people love: comic books, television, and sports, just to name a few. That’s why fan art for video games is both abundant and diverse.

EOS Integrates 3D Printing into Digital Factory of the Future

Additive Manufacturing

Highly connective software solutions for all processes in additive manufacturing – from data preparation to quality control. .

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Introducing Fabpilot, our cloud-based 3D printing software


Today, we officially launch Fabpilot. Based on 8 years […]. The post Introducing Fabpilot, our cloud-based 3D printing software appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Multistation launches new online marketplace for used 3D printers

3D Printing Industry

Multistation has launched a new “second life” machine marketplace platform for certified pre-owned machines. In just a few clicks, you can now buy or sell used Additive Manufacturing machines and machine tools. A gap in the market “We wanted to develop an easy-to-use worldwide marketplace gathering sellers & purchasers” explains Virgile Loisance, Chief Marketing Officer. […]. 3D Platforms Digiteo Saclay Hamuel Maschinenbau Henri Soury-Lavergne Multistation Virgile Loisance

Drone Warfare: A Review of Battle Drones

3D Printing Hub

Battle drones just might be the next frontier for drone applications. After recreation and photography, gaming appears to be the next activity that drones will take over.

Simufact and Materialise Introduce Simulation for Metal AM Workflow

Additive Manufacturing

Frankfurt, Germany – November 15, 2017. Materialise NV (Nasdaq: MTLS), a leading provider of Additive Manufacturing (AM) software and services, and Simufact Engineering GmbH , a leading provider of Metal AM process simulation software, announced an OEM license agreement.

3D Printed Prosthetics: Reproducing a Rib Cage


3D printing is a massive asset when it comes to the med […]. The post 3D Printed Prosthetics: Reproducing a Rib Cage appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

GE beta launches ATLAS metal 3D printer at formnext 2017

3D Printing Industry

GE, together with its company Concept Laser, has launched a beta ATLAS laser powder bed fusion metal 3D printer. The printer, first reported exclusively by 3D Printing Industry in April and formally announced in June is notable for its large build volume and customisability. The 3D printer is the first in GE’s Project ATLAS series (Additive […]. 3D Printers Additive Technology Large Area System ATLAS Concept Laser Frank Herzog GE Mohammad Ehteshami

Black Friday Deals on DJI Drones Released

3D Printing Hub

Black Friday is almost here. Black Friday deals for many retailers have already leaked. Below we list all of the Black Friday deals available for DJI drones. We will update this page regularly to add any new deals. DJI Spark. DJI Spark, Portable Mini Drone, Alpine White. from $438.50. Buy on Amazon. Target Black Friday Sale – $399. November 23 – 24. Kohl’s Black Friday Sale – $399. November 23 – 24. Best Buy Black Friday Sale – $399. November 23 – 24.

German University Hospital Mainz Pioneers Surgical Planning for Life-Saving Vascular Surgeries With 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing

Surgeons treat 53yr old woman turned down by several other hospitals due to illness complexity, with surgical 3D printed models integral to understanding the cause of the issue and best determining the type of treatment required to successfully operate. .

Chemical Lab Digitalization (survey invitation)

Tech Clarity

How do leading companies manage and operate their labs and what impact does that have on their business? Please share your thoughts in our short Chemical Lab Digitalization Survey. Tech-Clarity invites you to join a research study on best practices in lab management.

3D printing news Sliced, NASA, Carbon, Ultimaker and Sinterit

3D Printing Industry

This edition of 3D printing news sliced features stories from Tumaker, 3Devised, Carbon, Ultimaker, Abergower, EnvisionTEC, ColourFabb, Sintratec, Authentise, Cellink, Team Steampunk 1577, FIRST Robotics Competition, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, University of Maryland College Park, NASA, Bradley University, MakerSat, Yhnova, Batiprint, Bouygues, Municipality of Amsterdam, Circulaire Expositie, the Royal College of Art (RCA), Sinterit, […].

3D Pen Accessories

3D Printing Hub

3D pens are great gadgets by themselves, but you can enjoy them more and bump up your creativity with 3D pen accessories. With the right accessories, you can multiply your productivity and artistry tenfold while also keeping your workplace tidy, safe, and well organized.

GE Additive Acquires GeonX to Strengthen Software Simulation Capabilities

Additive Manufacturing

GeonX is a privately-owned software company. Specialist simulation software improves additive manufacturing processes and minimize development costs.