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Rezvani Supercar Uses 3D Printed Components - Posted May 9, 2014
(Engineering.com) 3D printing was the key to saving weight in automotive startup Rezvani Motors' BEAST 500 supercar. Built upon the chassis of an Ariel Atom, the BEAST is a 1,550lb, 500 HP sprite capable of accelerating from 0-60 in 2.7 seconds. Featuring a six-speed manual transmission, Rezvani's auto le... [Inside 3D Printing News]

Mini-CNC Positioned as a 3D Printer Alternative - Posted May 6, 2014
(WoodworkingNetwork) Carbide3D has launched the Nomad 883, a U.S.-produced desktop CNC machine. Positioned as an alternative to immensely popular 3D printers, Carbide 3D has raised $150,000 so far, five times its original modest goal of $30,... [Inside 3D Printing News]

3D Systems Ships Over Two Dozen Metal 3D Printers to Tire Designers and Manufacturers - Posted May 1, 2014
(WSJ) 3D Systems announced that it has shipped over two dozen of its ProX (TM) Series Direct Metal printers to leading automotive tire manufacturers driving significant innovation in the development and manufacturing of highly complex tread molds. With the ProX series, the most intricate tread designs can easily and quickly be... [Inside 3D Printing News]

Poland's ZMorph3D Plans Public Stock Offering - Posted April 9, 2014
(Microfabricator) ZMorph3D, a Polish manufacturer of 3D printers and software, has announced plans to raise cash through a public stock offering. The company said it plans to use proceeds from the offering to increase production capacity. The ZMorph 3D printer features replaceable, tai... [Inside 3D Printing News]

GE Garages 3D Pop-Up Opens in Downtown D.C. - Posted March 24, 2014
(TechCocktailDC) The GE Garages D.C. program officially launched March 21 with a pop-up, collaborative fabrication lab in downtown Washington, D.C. The program provides individuals with hands-on experience with various manufacturing technologies, including laser cutters, 3D printers, CNC mills and injection molders. Visitors can take part in several on-site activities, such as... [Inside 3D Printing News]

NextLine Manufacturing Brings 3D Printing to Maryland - Posted February 12, 2014
(Industrial Laser Solutions) NextLine Manufacturing, a provider of advanced manufacturing services, ranging from additive manufacturing to CNC machining, has announced the official launch of its Maryland operations. The company, led by a team with decades of advanced manufacturing expertise, offers its cus... [Inside 3D Printing News]

NextLine Manufacturing Brings 3D Printing to Maryland - Posted January 28, 2014
(Design World) NextLine Manufacturing, a provider of advanced manufacturing services, ranging from additive manufacturing to CNC machining, announced the official launch of its Maryland operations. The company, led by a team with decades of advanced manufacturing expertise, offers its customers the ability to prototype and manufactu... [Inside 3D Printing News]

How the Innovation Economy is Turning Makers into Manufacturers - Posted January 21, 2014
(Popular Mechanics) Chris Anderson, the former editor-in-chief of Wired and co-founder of 3D Robotics, has written a reflective article on how digital technology has made it possible for him to make the jump from editor to entrepreneur. He explained the three factors that have lowered the b... [3D Maker Insider]

NPR Visits Berlin's FabLab - Posted December 27, 2013
(NPR Berlin) NPR's J rg Bennet Wimalasena visited Berlin's FabLab in Mitte to see if it was possible to print a 3D version of the NPR logo. Wimalasena said what he really wanted to know was if 3D printing would enable us to manufacture our own products locally, independently, and... [Bitcoins Insider]

Publicis Acquires German Firm, Makes It Part of MSLGroup - Posted July 11, 2012
Publicis has acquired CNC - Communications & Network Consulting AG, a Munich-based firm that will become part of ... [PRNewser]

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