How can you tell the difference between a hobby-class 3D printer pretending to be a professional 3D printer and a true, commercial/industrial-class system - and why is it so important?
November 21, 2016
There’s an enormous, unaddressed market for producing customized one-offs and low-volume manufactured parts and tooling on demand, in non-lab locations.
November 14, 2016
We’ve selected this 3D printed set of tweezers as our November Rize part of the month because it embodies several attributes of our unique APD 3D printing technology.
November 07, 2016
To celebrate in fashion, we printed this Halloween ghost decoration on our Rize™ One 3D printer. Check it out!
October 31, 2016
In last week’s blog, Todd closely examined the primary impact of post-processing on time and cost at six automotive, consumer product, medical device, sporting goods and architecture companies. This week, he outlines what those companies considered...
October 31, 2016
In last week’s blog, Todd highlighted the disconnect between the promise and common perception of 3D printing as a fast, automated push-button technology and the realities of post-processing parts after 3D printing. This week, Todd dives deeper into...
October 24, 2016
The perception and promise of 3D printing are that it offers a digital workflow that is simple, fast and automated; a process where complexity is free. That perception is generally correct up to the moment that parts are removed from the 3D printer...
October 17, 2016
Our October part of the month is a 3D printed business card holder.
October 03, 2016
For me, everything always seems to come back to food. But in this case, it’s a perfect analogy. 3D printing is a lot like baking a cake.
September 19, 2016
While the consumer/hobby 3D printing market has stumbled over the last few years due to hype and unmet expectations, and growth of incumbent industry leaders has stagnated, analysts project massive growth in commercial/industrial 3D printing fueled...
September 12, 2016