Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Popular Articles on 3d Printer Business for January 14, 2015

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Cobblebot Little Monster 3D Printer Launches On Kickstarter From $199 (video)
Cobblebot has created a new 3D printer called Little Monster that it's ... Monster a unequaled consumer 3D printer that can be used for business or ...
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St. Louis Business Journal (blog)

Startup creating 3D busts of your loved one's head
3D printing is essentially the process of making three-dimensional solid ... That's where Whitehead's St. Louis-based company, Think A Little Bigger, ...
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Capture '3D Selfies' with Shapify Booth
That model can then be 3D printed into a full-color figurine of you in the ... At New York Comic-Con 2014, 3D printing company Forge Studio set up a ...
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#WHATSNEXT — Contest Offers Prize of $30K and 3D Printer to Entrepreneurs
#WHATSNEXT — Contest Offers Prize of $30K and 3D Printer to ... judges, Brooks Johnson, CEO ofbusiness development/communications enteprise ...
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Telegraph.co.uk

Father creates 3D model of kidney to help surgeons operate on him
He collapsed while giving a presentation to surgeons about the future of 3D printingin the NHS at his company's headquarters last October.
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Overlooked Core Molding Technologies (CMT): A Better Bet Than 3D PrintingStocks? XONE ...
While small cap addictive manufacturing or 3D printer stocks like ExOne Co (XONE), Materialise NV (MTLS) and ... by 23% and 35%, respectively as a result of new business, increased demand and improved operating performance.
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XYZprinting Concludes Highly Successful Consumer Electronics Show
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- XYZprinting, the 3D printing division of electronic manufacturing company New Kinpo Group, concluded a ...
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Channel EMEA

Datech adds MakerBot rights
Datech has struck a deal to distribute MakerBot 3D printing and scanning ... that are very closely connected to Datech's existing Autodesk business.
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