3D printing inventor Chuck Hull will be inducted into the National Inventors' Hall of Fame in May, joining the ranks of Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Edison. more »
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SYS Systems is doing live demonstrations of 3D printing technology at MACH 2014 using Stratasys technology. more »
Mar 5, 2014 in AM & 3D Printing
The Government and BCC are promoting National Apprenticeship Week, encouraging more employers to make apprentices a real part of their workforce. more »
3D printing and 3D scanning technology could make many people a fun, simple money-spinner, according to Artec Group, makers of Shapify.Pro. more »
ExOne has welcomed Tim Pierce as the metal 3D printing company's new US COO, with a mission to further expand the business's industrial market penetration. more »
Renishaw has renewed its sponsorship of The Big Bang Fair, upholding its commitment to supporting the next generation of young engineers. more »
3D Systems has announced its ProJet 3510 MP 3D printer and VisiJet Stoneplast materials have been optimised for dental drill guides. more »
VeroGlaze for Objet EdenV and OrthoDesk 3D Printers delivers teeth color match with superior accuracy, appearance and affordability. more »
Feb 21, 2014 in AM & 3D Printing
Stratasys has been awarded a Design World Leadership in Engineering accolade for Digital Manufacturing. more »
Feb 20, 2014 in AM & 3D Printing
An exciting opportunity for a talented Rapid Prototype Technician has arisen at a leading architectural practice in London.
Days one and two of International CES done and RB is ready for a drink. Two absolutely rammed days of networking, speeches and winging it.
RB rounds off her CES diary with some lessons learnt/things to ponder looking back on a week at the Las Vegas event.
TCT Magazine's bright eyed and bushy tailed Brooke's day in the life of a journalist at International CES's press day.
TCT + Personalize was delighted to be asked to run a conference programme for International CES — and it turned out better than we could have hoped. Here's some of the highlights.