Worldwide 3D-printer shipments in the first half of 2021 limited by COVID-19 and supply-chain woes, but market is now poised for strong growth as interest and order rates accelerate.
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On March 31st, HP Inc. announced a new partnership with Legor Group for the development of precious-metal materials for use...
On March 30th, Xerox reported that its Elem Additive Solutions business has formed a new collaboration with Siemens, a global leader in manufacturing…
Seiko Epson Corporation of Tokyo, Japan, today reported that it’s developed an industrial 3D printer that it says can use commonly available third-party materials…
“ElemX takes all the benefits of 3D printing and makes it easier than ever before for manufacturers to use metal additive manufacturing.”
One of the more interesting ways print technology has been adapted beyond office printing is 3D or additive printing. The...
The solution enables healthcare providers to 3D-print three-dimensional medical models, such as tissue and bones, without a large capital investment.
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On-demand 3D printing enable flexible design and just-in-time 3D production for virtual inventory that meets the demand for complex parts while reducing costs.
Xerox’s 3D-printing plan began back in 2019, when it acquired Vader Systems, a New York-based startup specializing in patented 3D liquid-metal printing technology.
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“3D printing is accelerating design innovation, and this breakthrough putter will help usher in a new era for the sporting-equipment industry at large.”
The long-term effect of Canon’s boom in inkjet-printer sales may be in getting users to accept inkjet versus laser, which also helps inkjet companies such as HP Inc. and Epson.
Demands made on the installed base of 3D printers in all price ranges increased as they were used to create pandemic-related items ranging from PPE to nasopharyngeal swabs.
These earnings reports will tell us who is or isn’t recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, and will be perhaps the most critical earnings reports since those from the 2008 Great Recession.
In an HP survey, over four-in-five respondents (85 percent) indicated that their company plans to increase their additive manufacturing/3D-printing investment.