Mass Automotive Customization Coming in 2018 Thanks to 3D Printing

Throughout 2017, we saw a substantial increase in the adoption of 3D printing for aeronautical parts. Now, the automotive looks to embrace this upward trending technology, as all indicators point to 2018 being the year 3D printing for production truly breaks through...

ColorJet 3D Printer Provides Hankook Tires a Flawless Prototype

  “3D printing has become my one of my routines. It is very attractive technology that allows us to print whatever idea we have in mind, and produce it in full color,” says Myungjoong Lee, a CAD professional in Hankook Tire’s design department. Hankook...

Future Regulations Coming Following FDA Guidance on 3D Printing

In late 2017, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) introduced some non-binding guidance on 3D printed medical products. These regulations come with the anticipation that U.S. regulators are planning to release more guidelines in the new year and beyond. Last month,...

Why Choosing Low-Cost 3D Scanners over High-End 3D Scanners Can Be Costly

For companies looking to use 3D scanners for industrial and professional applications, choosing a high-end 3D scanner over a low-cost scanner is by far the better decision, despite the disparity in price. Selecting the more affordable option for professional...