Tom Cruise was using a 3D printer in Mission: Impossible, and now the 3D revolution is growing due to 3D printing retail stores like 3DEA. Read more via Strategy Online.
United States-based filament company, Printbl, will be importing their state-of-the-art PLA plastic created in the New Zealand into New York City. And, for the next month, they will be providing the 3DEA store at the Eventi Hotel with the proper filament needed to create the Ultimaker’s robots and doodles, Stuart Rentzler’s Tiny Roboti’s, and & Designshop’s stylish jewelry. Aside from … Read More
3D Printing is Going to Outer Space NASA’s newest rover includes over 70 3D printed parts. The Desert Research and Technology Studies group (D-RATS) has constructed a SUV-sized rover with 3D printed bumpers, camera mounts, pod doors, and custom fixtures, which has been in the works since 2009. The rover will be manned by two people and can serve as … Read More
Stratasys and Objet Form Behemoth of a 3D Printing Corporation Objet and Stratasys, two 3D printing companies, completed their merger last week and began trading as Stratasys Ltd. on the NASDAQ stock exchange on December 3. The new company’s market capitalization is around $3 billion. Stratasys offers 3D printing solutions and consumer services, while Objet manufactures 3D printers and the … Read More