Top 10 Countdown: Most Popular 3D Printing Stories in October 2013
Here are the top 10 most popular stories On 3D Printing brought you in October 2013.
Holiday shoppers now have even more unique gift options with Neiman Marcus selling 3D printed jewelry from Shapeways.
Do you think you pay a lot for your inkjet cartridge refills? 3D printing materials are following suit in premium pricing to grow to $615M market.
The MakerBot Thingiverse team has launched a Thingiverse iPhone app that lets you browse, share and keep involved with the 3D printing community on the go.
Here are some 3D printed designs that will be perfect additions to your Halloween. Some are decorations, others costumes, all available at Shapeways.
On its first day as a public company, voxeljet stock (VJET) is soaring at 70% above its initial targeted price of $13.
Asda has become the first supermarket in the UK to offer customers the ability to get a 3D printed miniature of themselves right in the store.
Etsy no longer requires items to be handmade, but instead must have authorship with the seller. 3D printing is one of the factors influencing this decision.
Founded by MIT engineers, Formlabs first raised $3 million on Kickstarter for the Form 1 3D printer and now adds $19 million in venture funding for growth.
3D printer company voxeljet sets terms for $91 million IPO. It will list as VJET on the NYSE and compete with DDD, SSYS, and XONE.
In Belgium, doctors are 3D printing bone structures to shave hours off in the operating room, using paper 3D printing from Mcor Technologies.
Thanks for reading in October!