3D Printing Week: McDonalds, 3D Systems Sense, IBM M&A Rumor, More

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3D Printing News

Here is a roundup of the top 3D printing news from last week.

Fast food giant McDonald’s said it was exploring using 3D printing to personalize toys for Happy Meals.

3D Systems launched a hand-held 3D scanner for its Cubify line. The scanner is called Sense and sells for $399.

In other 3D Systems news, rumors that IBM might acquire DDD drove the stock price up 6%.

And MyMiniFactory, a company by iMakr, launched a Christmas 3D Printing contest, offering an Ultimaker 3D Printer to the winner.

McDonalds Happy Meal 3D Printing


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