The stock price of ExOne, makers of high-end commercial 3D printers specializing in sand and metal printing, took a 15% tumble yesterday – in sharp contrast to the few other 3D printing company stocks who continued to sail higher.
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Companies will go to fascinating lengths to demonstrate their belief in a product, but there was still something refreshing in watching Solidoodle founder Sam Cervantes climbed atop his company’s latest creation, beaming.
In case you missed it, this week we launched some new ways to use Thingiverse in our quest to make it the best place to get and share downloadable 3D things. Now when you hit the site, you’ll see the new Dashboard. Give it a try! Dashboard is an activity feed that makes it easy for you to track what you are interested in most on Thingiverse.
It’s summertime and time to hit the beach! Our friends over at Deep Orange design shared this hot new print with us this morning and we had to pass on the news. This camera mount (pictured above) was…
If 3-D printers become good and ubiquitous, the number one question is going to be, can somebody make up an object and get paid for it? Just hypothetically, let’s say 3-D printers are good enough to print out a new phone, which is conceivable, not immediately but it will happen, or to print out a new computer, a new tablet you’d want to use, or some other device.
There’s no disputing that lifelong ventriloquist Jeff Dunham has found success with a few jokes and a cast of dolls. He stars in Comedy Central’s highest-rated series in history, and concert-industry magazine Pollstar named him the top-grossing comedy act in the world in 2009 and 2010. With an empire to uphold, Dunham is under pressure to continually refresh his act.