• A History of 3D Printing

    Three Dimensional Printing is officially defined as the process of using additives to form solid objects. The first 3D printer was created in 1983, and cost around twenty thousand dollars, and was used for industrial applications. In today’s ...

  • UPS 3D Printing: Printing To The People!

    Want something 3D printed, but can’t afford it? Head to your local UPS store! The chain recently announced they are bring 3D Printing to 100 locations in the United States. Customers are allowed to come in, with a design or an idea, and ...

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  • Three Dimensional Printing is officially defined as the process of using additives to form solid objects. The first 3D printer was created in 1983, and cost around twenty thousand dollars, and was used for industrial applications. In today’s world, 3D printers use primarily plastic additives—that are mapped and formed, layer by layer, by a digitally...

  • Want something 3D printed, but can’t afford it? Head to your local UPS store! The chain recently announced they are bring 3D Printing to 100 locations in the United States. Customers are allowed to come in, with a design or an idea, and have it 3D Printed on a top-notch professional Strayach 3D Printer. it’s...

  • Adobe’s 3D Modeling Software Adobe has released an update to their Creative Cloud software–and they are touting it in incredibly high praise, saying they’ve created a “radically simplified 3D printing process” that will make their software the “go-to tool for anyone who wants to print a 3D model.” Contrary to popular belief, 3D Printing isn’t waiting for...

  • 3D Printing is on Twitter! https://twitter.com/3D_Printing_X We’re aiming to create a community–promoting the newest, most interesting, and thought provoking tidbits in the 3D Printing industry. We envision an open forum, with user submitted content, discussion, sharing, and excitement over the ever-changing and evolving industry. We love 3D Printing, and you probably do too. Check us out...

  • 3D Printing Manufacturing: A recent PwC survey revealed that 75 of the top 100 United States Manufacturing firms are now using 3D printing. While 3D printing technology has been around since the 1980’s, it had not  previously proven itself to be a cost effective addition for manufacturing. Printers are often cumbersome, slow, and need special computer systems...