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Published: 12/2/2015

The Promise of "4D Printing"
MIT scientist is shaping the next development to 3D printing: 4D printing, where the fourth dimension is time.

Published: 12/2/2015

3D Printing: Hype Vs. Reality
During the 3D Printing USA Conference IDTechEx's Rachel Gordon gave an update on the state of the 3D printing industry as it’s been quite an interesting 2015.

Published: 11/19/2015

3D Printing Offers Much Promise For Materials Scientists
Will the rise of 3D printing mark the dawn of a new "golden age for material scientists"?

Published: 11/12/2015

Where Was 3D Printing at the Fakuma Show?
All over, and in a variety of roles.

Published: 11/10/2015

3D Printing Took Center Stage At U2 Tour
A custom LED-illuminated microphone for Bono, created by the Dimension 3D Printer.   3D printing lends itself to some pretty cool and interesting stories and Plastic Technology’s Lilli Sherman recently sent one my way that inv...

Published: 11/10/2015

Save the Date: Molding 2016, March 29-31
Industry’s preeminent technical conference on injection molding will have broader appeal next year.

Published: 11/3/2015

Highlights Of CAMX 2015
Thermoplastics as well as 3D printing were hot topics during CAMX 2015.  

Published: 10/14/2015

New Line Of Polycarbonate-Based 3D Printing Materials
While 3D printing is clearly gaining traction, one of the biggest drawbacks is the limitation of materials suitable for 3D printing.

Published: 9/15/2015

Additive Manufacturing: Front and Center at SPE’s ACCE
Ford discusses Carbon3D's layerless 3D printing technology.

Published: 9/8/2015

MIT's 3D Printer Can Fuse Up to 10 Different Resins in One
The new MultiFab is said to overcome some of the weaknesses of incumbent 3D printers.