Almost everywhere, 3D-printed parts are still manually identified, sorted and finished. According to AM-Flow, this can be done faster and better via automation that uses sensors, data and AI.
Berlin start-up Xolo has developed The Xube in collaboration with two German universities, a new type of "volumetric" 3D printer.
Spare parts for the car, kitchen utensils, food and even human organs – there’s hardly anything left that can’t be produced with a 3D printer. […]
Yesterday we talked to Albert Falck about his company Lay3rs and his 3D printing ambitions. Today we meet Joel Vlashof, a regular customer at Lay3rs and in the middle […]
Dutch 3D Hubs is the Airbnb for 3D printers. The platform enables you to upload your own design and have it printed on a 3D printer near you. […]