3D Printing stories - Page 4
Robotics, broadband, 3D printing: NZPI looks at how tech is changing our cities
“Tech offers opportunities for all of NZ and has the ability to transform and disrupt both traditional sectors and create new industries."
What 3D printing means for your supply chain
A broader understanding of 3D printing’s value to the supply chain is increasing investment plans across industries worldwide.
Konica Minolta brings 3D printing to Australian businesses
“With the demand for, and interest in, 3D printing exploding at the moment, Konica Minolta expects to see strong growth over the coming year."
3D printing expansion unveils growth opportunities for superior materials
“Product innovation and differentiation will go a long way in enhancing the use of 3D printing."
APeJ 3D printing spending to reach $4 billion in 2019
3D printing is set to hit new heights, with IDC forecasting spend in Asia Pacific excluding Japan to grow to more than $4 billion in 2019.
Latest breakthrough in 3D printing: Human ears..?
Medical researchers have successfully 3D printed muscle, cartilage, and bone templates that can potentially be used surgical implants.
Forget tracking steps, these wearables are changing lives
"The wrist has become prime real estate for technology you can wear, while the rest of the human body appears to have gone unnoticed."
Start-up turns to 3D printing to create smart scooter prototype
A start-up has developed a first-of-its-kind, lightweight, solar-powered electric scooter using Stratasys PolyJet and FDM 3D printing technology.
3D printing 'restrained' by lack of channel partner assistance
A lack of channel partner assistance is ‘restraining’ the growth of the 3D printing market, according to Allied Market Research.
Exploding 3D printer market offers new potential
The exploding 3D printer is offering new potential for resellers and enterprise customers alike.
3D-printing hits the drug scene
This month, Aprecia Pharmaceuticals received FDA approval to manufacture a 3D printed drug tablet.
NVBOTS brings 3D printing to the classroom
“For 3D printing to truly be embraced and integrated within a school, adoption needs to be simple."
Low cost 3D printing set to transform industry
“By empowering new manufacturers with inexpensive technology, they are able to compete more effectively, domestically and abroad.”
Gartner: Jetting technology and 3D printing
“By 2016, two of the major 2D printer manufacturers will be selling 3D printers under their own brand name.”
3D printing a priority for schools, says Wanhao
“The future is now and NZ cannot risk the chance of falling behind when it comes to having educational programmes that change the lives of students."
Embracing the possibilities but not the risks of new tech
"Consumers are embracing many of the products and services being developed through new technologies, but are clearly concerned about managing risks."
Three-way partnership to deliver 3D printing solutions in Aussie schools
Datacom, Makers Empire and 3D Printing Systems have teamed up to deliver industry leading 3D printing solution to Australian schools.
3D printing market set to explode
"We have seen more ‘traditional’ technology players becoming increasingly involved in the market, bringing accelerated growth."
Kiwi creators launch global 3D printing platform
A group of Kiwis are in the final stage of building www.boffles.com, a global platform for hosting and downloading 3D design files.
Stratasys expands into ANZ market with new channel partner
Stratasys Asia Pacific, a provider of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, has appointed a new channel partner in Australia and New Zealand.
2015 ANZ consumers seek synced devices and on-demand online shopping
Mintel predicts in 2015 Australian and New Zealand consumers will turn to smart, synced devices and enhanced online shopping experiences.
Noel Leeming continues tech push with exclusive 3D deal
The retailer says its new offerings further cement its place as the 'market leader' in consumer technology products.
HP ventures into 3D printing territory
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has announced it is entering the 3D printing market, with the first printer to arrive in 2016.
Forget 3D printing, it's about 3D doodling now
Created by the Boston-based start-up Wobbleworks, the 3Doodler is a thick pen shaped device that enables you to construct 3D plastic creations by hand.