Tag: 3D Systems

Interview with Phil Schultz Executive Vice President Operations 3D Systems

Phil Schultz is the Executive Vice President, Operations, 3D Systems. Phil spent 25 years at HP rising to become GM and VP of their Imaging & Printing group. Then he initiated and created Foxconn’s printing business from the ground up turning it into a $2 billion revenue unit for the company. Now he’s heading up... Read More »

40 3D printing experts give predictions for additive manufacturing in 2019

What are 3D printing experts expecting for 2019? 3D Printing Industry asked 40 CEO’s and other leaders in the additive manufacturing sector to give their opinions. The 3D printing forecasts and expectations for the coming year demonstrate an increasing focus on moving AM to production. To achieve this goal the experts we surveyed note that... Read More »

3D Printing Industry review of the year October 2018

For the 3D printing industry, October 2018 was a month of progress and milestones. This month brought an extinct species back to life, and Apple’s 3D printer closer to birth. Flying higher with 3D printing October was a big month for GE Additive. The company announced a landmark event in the history of aviation and... Read More »

3D Printing Industry Review of the Year September 2018

The month of September met a variety of additive manufacturing shows such as IMTS, TCT, as well as New Scientist Live. The 3D printing industry also saw many technological advancements aiming to accelerate industrial metal additive manufacturing. This includes EOS’s M300 series of direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) 3D printers and 3D Systems and GF... Read More »

2018 3D Printing Industry Awards winners announced

The 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards brought together the leaders of the additive manufacturing world, academic pioneers and many of the major figures in the 3D printing industry. Protolabs at the 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards. Now in its second year, the awards are unique in many ways – including the public voting system used... Read More »

R&D Aspects of 3D Printing Chocolate

It is no secret that chocolate is a universally loved food. In fact, the average American eats over nine pounds of chocolate per year. Since 2013, both 3D printing companies and chocolate companies have increasingly invested in 3D printing machines for uses within the industry. 3D printing of chocolate allows companies to offer custom products... Read More »

Print IT 3D launches rent a 3D printer service in the U.K.

Service bureau and reseller Print IT 3D, based in Bridgend, Wales, is now offering small to medium businesses the opportunity to rent a 3D printer. The move is the latest in a line of similar offerings from service providers such as SYS Systems and GoPrint3D that aims to nurture growing additive manufacturing businesses, and reduce overheads when... Read More »

3D Systems Announces New Partnership to Qualify Metal 3D Printing for Naval Warships

The US Navy has been on board with 3D printing for quite some time now, using the technology to create all sorts of innovations, such as the tiny TruClip, drones, a huge submarine hull, explosives, and even missile components. Metal 3D printing research in the Navy is ongoing, and NAVAIR believes that it will have approved... Read More »

3D Systems metal additive systems building U.S. Navy warships

3D Systems’ stock price is buoyant today after the announcement of a naval warship building deal with Huntington Ingalls Industries, the largest military shipbuilding company in the United States. The collaboration between Rock Hill, S.C. based 3D Systems and Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Newport News Shipbuilding division of Virginia aims to qualify metal additive manufacturing for... Read More »

3D Printing News Briefs: May 4, 2018

For all of you Star Wars fans out there, May the Fourth be with you today as we bring you the latest business and financial news in this week’s final edition of 3D Printing News Briefs. California laser company Coherent has acquired OR Laser in Germany, and regenerative medicine company CollPlant has completed the final... Read More »

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