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Boston Engineering Cuts Time With Rize 3D Printer

Driven by making meaningful impact - That’s the philosophy of Waltham, Massachusetts-based Boston Engineering. Since 1995, the company has provided comprehensive product design and...

3D Printed Miniature Furniture Displayed in Museum

The Museum of Applied Arts in Poznan, Poland, asked experts from Get Models Now to create a series of miniature objects and arrange them...

3D Printed Flower Lamps with Modular Design

With 3D printing designers, product developers, and craftsmen can introduce new kinds of customizable furniture and decorations. Just like designer Paula Szarejko, who used...

Multifunctional Walker Prototyped with 3D Printing

Designer and biomedical engineer, Eliza Wrobel, decided to improve the widely popular walker design and make it more functional, in order to help those,...

VSHAPER is Printing 5-axis Milling Machine Parts

A-T Products is a company based in Staphorst the Netherlands specializing in knife grinding, turning, milling and laser cutting. Until recently, the owner of...

This 3D Printed Baroque Frame is Real Art

This stylish Baroque frame made by Polish company Get Models Now is the latest beautiful example of how 3D printing and post-production can be...

3D Scanning by Thor3D Helps to Make Bread Cheaper by Reducing...

It’s a well-known sales trick: sell the hardware for cheap, but make your money on the consumables. This is why your office printer is...

VHM Fonderie Employs Stratasys 3D Printing to Speed Up Customer Turnaround...

French foundry and machining company, VHM Fonderie, is experiencing faster product development time and improved capacity since introducing PolyJet 3D printing across its entire...

Spare Parts on Demand for the Beverage Industry Using 3D Metal...

Users of 3D metal printing are increasingly discovering the new possibilities and freedoms offered by Additive Manufacturing. 3D designs are leading to new product...

KD-1 The First Windform 3D Printed Driver Clubhead

CRP Group and Krone Golf combine additive and subtractive manufacturing techniques to create the word's most advanced golf driver. To Tiger Woods it’s «the game...

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