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Category: 3D Printing
On-demand 3D printing enable flexible design and just-in-time 3D production for virtual inventory that meets the demand for complex parts while reducing costs.
In the office printer/copier industry, we’re seeing companies slowly digging out of several quarters of drastically reduced revenue and earnings.
Xerox’s 3D-printing plan began back in 2019, when it acquired Vader Systems, a New York-based startup specializing in patented 3D liquid-metal printing technology.
“3D printing is accelerating design innovation, and this breakthrough putter will help usher in a new era for the sporting-equipment industry at large.”
The long-term effect of Canon’s boom in inkjet-printer sales may be in getting users to accept inkjet versus laser, which also helps inkjet companies such as HP Inc. and Epson.
In its third-quarter 2020 earnings call held earlier this week, Xerox executives discussed the company’s third-quarter financial results, as well...
Demands made on the installed base of 3D printers in all price ranges increased as they were used to create pandemic-related items ranging from PPE to nasopharyngeal swabs.
In an HP survey, over four-in-five respondents (85 percent) indicated that their company plans to increase their additive manufacturing/3D-printing investment.
HP Inc. today announced the deployment of HP D300e BioPrinters, associated supply cassettes, and training, free of charge, to research...
he new HP 3D High Reusability PP provides customers with a new additive manufacturing material offering the same properties as commonly used PPs in injection molding, which has proven to have nearly unlimited use
The COVID-19 pandemic will change many things, and one of them is likely to be the increasing acceptance of remote...
There’s likely to be a lot of pent-up demand after consumers get a trusted “all clear” indication that it’s safe...
We’ve been extensively covering the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, beginning with the delaying of printer/copier factory re-openings in China, to responses from OEMs – in total, over 40 articles covering this crisis.
The Japan Times reports that Ricoh Company of Tokyo, Japan, said today that it’s started making face shields for medical...
With many office workers working at home, the most vulnerable office-imaging companies are those with a deep presence in office-enterprise A3 copier/MFPs.