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A visit from the Ambassador shows that the Netherlands and 3D printing still goes hand-in-hand. more

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The Blackbelt3D printer is about to take off

Blackbelt3D - Twitter

UPDATED ON WED MAY 3: Editor, Dan O'Connor spotted something of interest in his twitter timeline last week. A new, Dutch 3D printer capable of printing huge parts using a conveyor belt system. more

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The Dutch 3D printing eco-system creators aim to bring 3D printing to the masses by stripping away all those messy tasks when preparing a print. more

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The Dutch startup are exhibiting their unique approach to upgrading current desktop machines with their USB element solution. more

TCT Conference @ Formnext

Tiament3D claim that their new Ultra filament, tested at Delft University matches rivals materials 3D printed on machines twenty times the price. more

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Shapeways Blog.

Shapeways launches its largest 3D printing factory yet. more

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Dyvsign reveals piece from upcoming PHI Collection. more

PERSONALIZE

Dutch 3D printing start-up, Nectar, brings Nectar One 3D printer to TCT Show. more

News

TCT + Personalize paid a visit to the burgeoning Dutch desktop 3D printing manufacturer to see how they've grown from three guys in a FabLab to international 3D printing giants. more

PERSONALIZE

The new Leapfrog Creatr HS - High Speed

Leapfrog

The Dutch company have announced their latest printer the Creatr HS (High Speed) that boasts an incredible 300m/s print speed, a 14.8L build volume and up to 10 micron resolution. more

PERSONALIZE

MakerPoint is the Dutch retail outlet that encourages all of us to become makers. Personalize paid them a visit. more

PERSONALIZE

Michael Cornelissen's Prince-Nez frames

Eyewear Kit

This Dutch firm are aiming to solve the problem of 3D printed spectacle frames by selling a wide range of snap and fit lenses. more

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The Pero

Studio Macura

The Netherlands is home to so many 3D printing outfits that it is fast overtaking New York as the home of 3D printing. Daniel O'Connor wonders why in his blog. more

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