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Why 3D Printing is still Unknown Among Many Non- 3D Printing Companies

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Opinion by Daniel Suib, of the 3D Printing Channel It is common, in technical industries to fall short on good leaders and managers. Why? What makes this statement true? Well, the nature of the industry makes that statement true. Leaders

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10 3D Printing Trends You Can Count On – Quick 3D Printing Slide Show

10 3D Printing Trends You Can Count On from Bill Decker

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3D Printing News From the US Dept of Energy – How Does 3D Printing Work?

“First invented in the 1980s by Chuck Hull, an engineer and physicist, 3D printing technology has come a long way. Also called additive manufacturing, 3D printing is the process of making an object by depositing material, one tiny layer at

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3D Printing Trade Association Question – What is the 3D Printing Market In India?

“India 3D printer market to exhibit firm growth of 20% during 2014-19 as a result of increasing use for rapid prototyping and 3D modelling across industry sectors 3D printers are emerging as key growing printers in global landscape. Although, the

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3D Printing In Europe – European Commission Representatives Discuss 3D Printing Regulations

During the last Regulatory conference organized by QED in Brussels, 3D printing companies, European Commission representatives and stakeholders discussed the legislative landscape of the industry. Regulations and standards: two key challenges for 3D printing industries by Giorgio Magistrelli The next

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3D Printing Research – How Will 3D Printing Disrupt?

In a new market research report, 47% of the manufacturers surveyed identified the top barrier to implementing a 3DP strategy is the uncertainty of a 3D printed products’ quality, followed by lack of talent to exploit the technology (45%). Intellectual

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Deloitte 3D Printing Review – The Status of the Additive Manufacturing Industry

The change wrought by the Industrial Revolution altered the fabric of industry itself. New technologies required large amounts of capital to develop and deploy. In order to justify such investment, similarly large quantities of product were required to amortize the

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3D Printing Podcast on Staples and Intellectual Property in the 3D Printing Industry

First it sold select 3D printers in stores, then it sold print-by-mail services in Europe — now Staples is offering US customers a chance to print objects on-demand and on-site. The company’s launch event is focusing on the fun side

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3D Printing Article News Asks – Who Uses 3D Printing Technology?

Who Uses 3D Printing? Well, that’s like saying “who uses the Internet?” At least 10 years from now those questions will sound the same. However, outsiders and newcomers to this industry want to know who has embraced it and who

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3D Printing Association Discusses the 3 Main Lessons From the 3D Printing Revolution

Here are the 3 top things to know about the 3D Printing revolution: 1. The up-front investment is significant, but running costs are low. Consumer-grade desktop 3-D printers range from $500 to about $3,500. Once this investment is made, then

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