Top 10 Countdown: Most Popular 3D Printing Stories in September 2013
Here are the top 10 most popular stories On 3D Printing brought you in September 2013.
Today’s retail world is one-size-fits-all, said Isaac Katz at the Inside 3D Printing show in San Jose, whereas tomorrow is all-for-one and uses 3D printing.
Mixee Labs, the 3D printing startup that introduced 3D printed jewelry, cufflinks, dog bone tags, slim wallets, and figurines, has launched molecules.
Rarely, if ever, do you see an academic video get over 1 million views on YouTube. Check out 3-Sweep, a technology that will change 3D printing.
Legal expert Michael Weinberg explores the copyright implications of more accessible and inexpensive 3D scanners coupled with 3D printers.
We showcase the exhibits at Inside 3D Printing expo in San Jose, featuring 3D Systems, Stratasys, Afinia, Sculpteo, Leonar3Do, FATHOM, Mcor, and more.
At the Inside 3D Printing conference in San Jose, technology analyst Melba Kurman delivered a presentation called The 10 Principles of 3D Printing.
The Peachy 3D Printer has a $100 price tag and has raised nearly $500,000 on Kickstarter.
After delivering an inspiring keynote at at the Inside 3D Printing conference in San Jose, 3D Systems CEO Avi Reichental gave us an exclusive interview.
Cambridge, MA based Matter.io is looking for beta testers to try out their new 3D editing tool Matter Remix. Read below for our exclusive promotion code.
Organovo CEO Keith Murphy shares his company’s bioprinting technology, the ability to 3D print living human tissue and possibly organs.
Thanks for reading in September!