Falling prices, more materials, and greater understanding of the technology’s potential value are helping 3-D printing move into manufacturing.
The Rapael smart glove is more affordable than other options for rehabilitation treatment, and could revolutionize robotic therapy for hands.
Heart valves from Cyfuse Biomedical can withstand up to four times as much pressure as the average human?s.
UK startup harnessing innovative 3D scanning to cut costs of 3D printed robotic hand prosthetics.
A Frost & Sullivan report predicts wide adoption of welding robotics, but the U.S. lags amid worker uncertainty.
A look at how the 3D printing industry is solving the gap between existing software programs and the introduction of additive technology.
The promise of a machine that can make just about anything.
A veritable explosion in the 3D printing of nearly everything has ensued ever since 2009.
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Startup Open Bionics is a company to watch at the Intel booth
Today?s complex global supply chains are poised to be dismantled.
The robot gold rush for foreign robot brands may well be coming to an end.
HP?s anticipated good fortunes are swirling around 18 Broad Street, and all is happiness.
Hewlett-Packard’s newly announced 3D printing system might well be a new revolution within that 3D revolution.
A three-year-old Hawaiian boy was born with fingers missing on one of his hands. But thanks to a non-profit company and 3D printing, he received an Iron Man-like robotic hand for free.
Today, the company grows human tissue, but aspires to grow entire organs.
UPS and others are nibbling at the old supply chain in a new way.
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Whitman thinks that HP has worked out how to make them faster and better.
Complex machines that ?uncomplicate? supply chains.
Why is logistics not keeping pace with the growth in the overall economy?
Hurco has filed a patent application for an additive manufacturing adapter that, in combination with proprietary control software, turns a computer numerical control (CNC) milling machine into a 3D printer.
Companies, investors, academics and philanthropists are going gaga for graphene – an atom-thin layer of graphite, that is better than just about anything else in terms of strength, flexibility, conductivity and impermeability.
Intel just may have caught the first bus leaving for the age of smart robots in peoples’ homes.
Two rivals, 3D Systems and Stratasys, have the field virtually to themselves.