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3D Printers: Desktop Market Still Growing but Metal Printers Prop Up Struggling Industrial Segment in 1H 2016

Chris Connery leads the 3D printing effort for CONTEXT and in this blog, video and podcast he presents his latest 3D printing market research. more

6 Dec 2016 16:30 Guest Column 1 Comments

Breathing a new life into historic cars

Kieran Salter, Managing Director at KWSP discusses the impact 3D printing is having on the classic car market. more

9 Aug 2016 10:57 Guest Column 1 Comments

Is the revolution here?

TCT Show + Personalize 2016 keynote speaker David Burns discusses whether 3D printing is really revolutionising manufacturing. more

26 Jul 2016 09:45 Guest Column

The New Paradigm for the Jewellery Manufacturer

Frank Cooper, Technical Manager at the Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre, provides an extract from a full research article on additive manufacturing in the jewellery industry. more

7 Mar 2016 11:25 Guest Column

Let's be clear, this isn't just stereolithography

Andrew Mitchell of Malcom Nicholls Limited pens a guest blog for TCT detailing how the they have perfected clear prototyping. more

25 Jan 2016 16:38 Guest Column

BLOG: What can we expect from 3D printing in 2016?

Chris Elsworthy, CEO of CEL and creator of the Robox 3D printer delves into what 2016 might hold for us in the 3D printing business. more

22 Jan 2016 14:03 Guest Column 3 Comments

Standardisation for Additive Manufacturing: offering guidance, explanation and reliability

Jörg Lenz is the Collaborative Projects Coordinator at EOS GmbH and AM is his life passion for almost 23 years now. Jörg is an expert on standardisation and in this column he explores the many issues it is facing in the 3D printing industry today. more

2 Nov 2015 10:00 Guest Column

Kate Black: A Foundation For The Future Of AM

TCT guest columnist Dr. Kate Black on the importance of getting the main planks in place to make the most of additive manufacturing. more

15 Sep 2015 16:32 Guest Column

Certifying 3D Prints

Deepak Mehta and his son Ritik were faced with a problem when they tried to 3D print some eyewear designed by Ritik. The problem was the CE Mark and how they go about certifying their product. more

5 Aug 2015 13:00 Guest Column 1 Comments

Blog: Huge potential for 3D printing in schools around the world

In this blog post Chris Elsworthy, CEO of CEL and creator of the Robox 3D printer, explains how 3D printers are becoming the perfect classroom companion. more

17 Jul 2015 15:41 Guest Column 2 Comments

The Rise of Local Digital Manufacturing

Christopher Barnatt, futurist, keynote speaker and the author of 3D Printing: Second Edition is our featured guest columnist in the June issue of TCT. more

24 Jun 2015 16:55 Guest Column

What happened when Jabil tried 3D Printing a handset cover at its antenna on the same machine?

Girish Wable, a technology expert from the world's third largest contract manufacturer, Jabil has written a blog exclusively for TCT on the company's attempts to additively manufacture a smartphone and its antennae. more

18 Jun 2015 17:10 Guest Column

AMUG Conference to Feature 200+ Presentations

AMUG conference agenda reveals that the event will provide over 200 presentations in the span of four days. more

4 Mar 2015 15:26 Guest Column

SLA vs SLS: Which to Use for a Functional Prototype?

Comparing processes for prototyping isn't easy — Tim Plunkett starts to get to grips with two of the top contenders, stereolithography and selective laser sintering. more

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World 3D Printing Technology Industry Exhibition debuts in Qingdao

Graham Tromans reports on World 3D Printing Technology Industry Conference and Exhibition in Qingdao. more

31 Jul 2014 16:20 Guest Column

3D Systems partner with Coke for latest 3D Printer

With help from their CCO, will.i.am 3D Systems have teamed up with Coca-Cola to produce a printer, which uses recycled PET bottles as material. more

16 Jun 2014 17:08 Guest Column

Chenderit School - Upgrading

Design & Technology teacher at Chenderit School Anna Marriot has now been using a 3D Printer on the course for six months. Time for an upgrade. more

11 Apr 2014 11:25 Guest Column

The Chenderit School Blog 3

The UK Government has announced a significant investment into 3D printing at Antsy Park, Coventry. Chenderit school is less than 40 miles away and is preparing its children for the future. more

20 Jan 2014 17:19 Guest Column

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Chenderit School

Chenderit School's first 3D Print

3D Systems donated a Cube to the school at this year's TCT Show, after a couple of months of red tape they finally made their first 3D print. more

22 Nov 2013 16:13 Guest Column

Kids at the Chederit School love 3D printing

Anna Marriot

3D Printing, an education

There are plans afoot to put a 3D printer into every school but as Government's drag their heels in giving children a head start in this technology, one Design & Technology teacher is racing ahead. more

14 Nov 2013 16:57 , Guest Column