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SOLIDWORKS World 2017, Part 1: New Products and Services for SOLIDWORKS Users Article
SOLIDWORKS World 2017, Part 1: New Products and Services for SOLIDWORKS Users   16 Feb, 2017

Event report: Virtual reality, 3D printing, and much more are highlights of this year’s Partner Pavilion.More>>

Tyme Wear Designs Breath-Monitoring Shirts in SOLIDWORKS Article
Tyme Wear Designs Breath-Monitoring Shirts in SOLIDWORKS   11 Feb, 2017

Startup envisions clothing that helps wearers better understand — and care for — their own bodies.More>>

New Nano Dimension Technology Embeds Components in 3D-Printed PCBs Article
New Nano Dimension Technology Embeds Components in 3D-Printed PCBs   31 Jan, 2017

Conductive ink eliminates the need for solder in printed circuit boards created with newly developed technique.More>>

Polyga Aims for Affordable Reverse Engineering with SOLIDWORKS Add-In Article
Polyga Aims for Affordable Reverse Engineering with SOLIDWORKS Add-In   19 Jan, 2017

The newly released XTract3D toolbar helps SOLIDWORKS users create parametric CAD models from 3D scan data — for less than $3,000 a seat.More>>

Autodesk University 2016, Part 2: What's New for AEC, Manufacturing Tools Article
Autodesk University 2016, Part 2: What's New for AEC, Manufacturing Tools   16 Dec, 2016

Event report: Product Innovation keynote session delivers latest software news, including a sneak peek at Project Quantum, a fully integrated, collaborative, cloud-based platform for AEC. More>>


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General Electric Just Bet Big on 3D Printing   12 Sep, 2016

On Tuesday, General Electric (NYSE: GE) announced that it intends to acquire two European metal 3D printer companies, Arcam and SLM Solutions, for a...More>>Read all news posts from Inside3DP>>

3D Hubs' report on 3D printing trends is freely available on the company's website and is updated monthly. The report is based on data from the 3D Hubs community of 3D printer owners located in more than 150 countries.

 

Sculpteo has compiled a guide to professional 3D printers on its site that categorizes various commercial models by type of printing technology. The models incuded are intended to represent the range of price, materials, and build size options available.




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