Top 10 Countdown: Most Popular 3D Printing Stories in November 2013
Here are the top 10 most popular stories On 3D Printing brought you in November 2013.
3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced the availability of the Sense 3D scanner, the first 3D scanner designed for the consumer and optimized for 3D printing.
The race is on for 3D scanners, but there is a veteran in this space, Artec, whose 3D scanners are used for films, design and now celebrities.
Organovo (NYSE: ONVO) is an exciting 3D printing company that has had a volatile ride in the stock market lately. We explain why.
Microsoft expanded their support for 3D printing by launching a Windows 8 app called 3D Builder. It includes a library of objects you can edit and 3D print.
We dive into the process of 3D printable assets for Smithsonian X 3D, and also interview two key members of the team, Vince Rossi and Adam Metallo.
Here’s a roundup of the top deals for 3D printers and 3D printing from around the web.
The Structure Sensor is a $349 add-on that turns an iPad into a powerful 3D scanner. 3D printing executives are excited about the possibilities.
A prosthetic hand costs $30,000, so how did a dad from Massachusetts create one for his son for only $10? He used open-source plans and a 3D printer.
The Captured Dimensions pop-up studio was located in the Smithsonian Castle and featured approximately 80 digital cameras all connected to 3D software.
Motorola Mobility, a Google company, is building a 3D printed modular phone, and has partnered with 3D Systems for commercial fulfillment.
Thanks for reading in November!