Posts Tagged ‘3d Printing’

3D Printing And Big Data – The Marriage Between Them

3D Printing And Big Data – What Do They Have In Common? from Bill Decker

Three 3D Printing Trends To Watch For Early 2016

2016 looks to be a breakout year for the industry as senior executives’ eyes are on the technology’s potential. The industrial market for 3D printing real end-use parts looks poised to begin its long growth run, with far reaching implications. 2016 will likely usher in 3D printing’s first “killer apps,” impacting both product design and supply chains. No […]

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3D Printing and 2D Printing – What Is The Difference In How We Will Adopt 3D Printing Technology?

When we speak of 2D Printing, we mean the old fashioned way of printing documents….offset printing, copy machines, and desktop printing. When we speak of 3D Printing, we refer to additive manufacturing, a process that turns a blue print into a product. It’s important to point out that while many aren’t familiar with 3D Printing, […]

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3D Printing Fashion – Israeli 3D Printed Fashion Collection

Following 3D Printing for years, I stumbled across this 3D Printing fashion designer from Israel, who launched the first 3D Printed fashion collection.

3D Printing Industry Predictions – Who Will Be the Next Players in the 3D Printing Industry?

3D Printing Slide Show – Who Will Be The Next Players in the 3D Printing Industry from Bill Decker For more on the 3D Printing Industry, check out the 3D Printing Trade Association

Podcast on 3D Printing- Free

Get these one minute podcasts on 3d Printing developments free on your computer or mobile device. We debate 3D Printing in each epidose

3d Printing Podcast Now Available

On ITunes, Sticher or at our 3d Podcast site. Take a listen and hear short, informative podcasts on the new world of 3d printing

3d Printing- Will This Industry be in the USA or Overseas? Part 1

Could 3d Printing be better overseas? Part 1 As the whole world is talking about 3-D printing, at the 3-D printing authority I’m starting to believe that the United States will not dominate this reinvented industry. This could be a stronger industry overseas. There are two reasons for this. The first is the litigious nature […]