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HP sets sights on 3D printing again with homegrown technology

HP sets sights on 3D printing again with homegrown technology

Reselling a Stratasys printer went nowhere; this time HP will come to market with a truly innovative platform. HP has introduced new 3D printing technology which it will bring to market over the next 15 months. HP Multi Jet Fusion is a technology based on its recently introduced Thermal Inkjet technology. It uses a new […]

3D printing forms basis of cougar stop-motion animation

3D printing forms basis of cougar stop-motion animation

Maya 3D, Adobe After Effects, and a Stratasys Fortus 360mc printer were the tools to create the short film. Recently graduated from Northumbria University (UK) with a degree in filmmaking, Fin Crowther found himself with time on his hands while looking for work. Crowther decided to take advantage of available technology and do a study […]

Stratasys to acquire GrabCAD

Stratasys to acquire GrabCAD

Fast-growing cloud-based 3D collaboration platform will remain CAD neutral. 3D printing manufacturer Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS) today says it will acquire GrabCAD, the popular website community and collaboration platform for product design. The deal will be all-cash, but other terms were not announced. The acquisition is expected to close before the end of the month. GrabCAD […]

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Stratasys introduces Objet 500 Connex3 3d printer

Stratasys introduces Objet 500 Connex3 3d printer

The Connex3 has a name straight out of robocop and sci-fi capabilities to boot.

3D Systems launches consumer 3D sculpting software

3D Systems launches consumer 3D sculpting software

$129 Cubify Sculpt is based on Sensable volumetric CAD engine.   3D Systems  today launched Cubify Sculpt, virtual clay sculpting software designed to simplify 3D modeling from a complex, skills-centric design experience to simple, intuitive sculpting. The software will sell for $129, but is currently available for a 14-day free trial. Cubify Sculpt is based on […]

Stratasys to acquire MakerBot for $403 million

Stratasys to acquire MakerBot for $403 million

Stratasys needed a better retail product line; MakerBot needed to grow. Industrial 3D printing manufacturer Stratasys will acquire desktop 3D printer vendor MakerBot through a merger agreement, the two companies announced today. The deal has an initial value of $403 million, but earned pay-outs could raise the value over time by another $201 million. MakerBot, […]

Stratasys revenue sets first quarter record, but records net loss

Stratasys revenue sets first quarter record, but records net loss

The quarter benefits from the merger with Objet. The maker of 3D printers stands firm on its 2013 guidance. Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS) reports record results for the first quarter of 2013, with revenue of $97.2 million, more than double 1Q12 revenue of $44.9 million. The large jump in year-over-year results is due to the 2012 […]

Post-merger Stratasys reports strong fourth quarter revenue

Post-merger Stratasys reports strong fourth quarter revenue

Expenses due to the Objet merger forced Stratasys to post a fourth quarter net loss.   Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS) turned in solid numbers for its first quarter of operation following its late 2012 merger with Objet Ltd. Combined revenue for the fourth quarter of 2012 (ended December 31, 2012) was $96.4 million, up 23% compared […]

Geomagic/3D Systems deal accelerates the digital reality revolution

Geomagic/3D Systems deal accelerates the digital reality revolution

3D Systems, Stratasys, and EOS divvy up competitive territories. 3D Systems makes bid for Geomagic and expands software play. By Kathleen Maher The revolution continues at break­neck speed. In the field of digital reality, a term used to define the intersection where digital design, information capture, and additive man­ufacturing come together, there is increas­ing specialization […]

Student engineers design, build and fly 3D printed airplane

Student engineers design, build and fly 3D printed airplane

Two third-year students successfully built only the third 3D printed aircraft to successfully fly. By Fariss Samarrai When University of Virginia (U.Va.) engineering students posted a YouTube video last spring of a plastic turbofan engine they had designed and built using 3D printing technology, they didn’t expect it to lead to anything except some page […]

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