3D Printing Week: Neiman Marcus, Materials Market, Etsy, Buccaneer

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3D Printing News

Here is a roundup of the top 3D printing news from October 28 to November 3.

Netherlands-based startup Protocow launched STL Harvester, looking for help smaller 3D printing services in Europe. We interviewed Protocow’s co-founder.

Kickstarter star Buccaneer started accepting pre-orders for its $500 desktop 3D printer.

Online marketplace Etsy made some revisions to its handmade policy in favor of 3D printing.

The 3D printing materials market is forecasted to grow to $600 million, only if premium pricing holds.

And finally, Shapeways teamed up with Neiman Marcus for a holiday collection.

Shapeways Neiman Marcus Holiday Collection


Tuesday, October 29

Wednesday, October 30

Thursday, October 31

Friday, November 1 

Sunday, November 3


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