It was inevitable, but the personal 3D printing community is not reacting well to the announcement by Stratasys that it was suing Afinia for patent infringement . It seems that the feeling is that other new 3D printer manufacturers might also become legal targets as patented technology could be found in their equipment.
This week we will announce the three nominees of the first i.materialise ‘Designer of the Year’ Award ever. Today we’ll introduce you to the first nominee: AmniosyA .
Good news for our friends across the pond: the Science Museum Shop in London is now selling the MakerBot ® Replicator ® 2 Desktop 3D Printer and the MakerBot ® Digitizer ™ Desktop 3D Scanner . Located at Exhibition road, South Kensington, London, the Science Museum Shop is one of a select few retail locations in the UK where you can walk in and take home a MakerBot Replicator 2 the same day. Offering MakerBot Desktop 3D Printers at their shop isn’t the only way that Science Museum London is embracing 3D printing.
Do you have an app that is able to genereate 3D models or do you have a website that contains 3D models? And do you want to start a business by making use of our online 3D printing service -in a very easy way? Take a look at the tutorial about our API
MakerBot 3D Print Service – Just in Time for the Holidays! Starting today, simply walk into the Manhattan MakerBot ® Retail Store with an STL, OBJ, or Thing file on a USB drive and sign up. Then bring your project to life using one of our in-store MakerBot ® Replicator ® 2 Desktop 3D Printers
Singapore’s University NTU is organizing two international 3D printing competitions.
Get ready for our first API hangout! That’s right: we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the i.materialise API! WHAT Wim, our Business Process Manager, will tell you all about our API and how you can use it for your 3D printing business. WHO Everyone can join our hangout
3D Hubs joins several other startups attempting to crowdsource inexpensive 3D printing. The idea is that idle home or business 3D printers could be put to work producing objects for requestors in local or distant areas.