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Low cost 3D printing set to transform industry
“By empowering new manufacturers with inexpensive technology, they are able to compete more effectively, domestically and abroad.”
Gartner: Jetting technology and 3D printing
“By 2016, two of the major 2D printer manufacturers will be selling 3D printers under their own brand name.”
Embracing the possibilities but not the risks of new tech
"Consumers are embracing many of the products and services being developed through new technologies, but are clearly concerned about managing risks."
Three-way partnership to deliver 3D printing solutions in Aussie schools
Datacom, Makers Empire and 3D Printing Systems have teamed up to deliver industry leading 3D printing solution to Australian schools.
3D printing market set to explode
"We have seen more ‘traditional’ technology players becoming increasingly involved in the market, bringing accelerated growth."
Kiwi creators launch global 3D printing platform
A group of Kiwis are in the final stage of building www.boffles.com, a global platform for hosting and downloading 3D design files.
Stratasys expands into ANZ market with new channel partner
Stratasys Asia Pacific, a provider of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, has appointed a new channel partner in Australia and New Zealand.
2015 ANZ consumers seek synced devices and on-demand online shopping
Mintel predicts in 2015 Australian and New Zealand consumers will turn to smart, synced devices and enhanced online shopping experiences.
Noel Leeming continues tech push with exclusive 3D deal
The retailer says its new offerings further cement its place as the 'market leader' in consumer technology products.
HP ventures into 3D printing territory
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has announced it is entering the 3D printing market, with the first printer to arrive in 2016.
Forget 3D printing, it's about 3D doodling now
Created by the Boston-based start-up Wobbleworks, the 3Doodler is a thick pen shaped device that enables you to construct 3D plastic creations by hand.
3D printing creating new waves for Kiwi boat builders
New Zealanders have a fascination with boats which doesn’t just mean a lot of them on the water.
Market brands HP's 3D printing comments "worrisome"...
In the end, HP will target the 3D printer opportunities that align with its technology and overall strategy.
Is consumer 3D printing a decade away from mainstream adoption?
"The enterprise 3D printing market is very different from the consumer market..."
Amazon advances the 3D printing market... or does it?
Not by much, that’s for sure, at least not now. But the potential is there...
Launch Invite: Comworth’s 3D printers drive future of education
Comworth Technologies is launching the latest 3D printers for schools next week in Auckland at the Future Learning Environments Conference.
Hype in 3D Printing? Absolutely… but some maturity, too
The 3D Printing "hype" hit full steam over the last few years. (BTW – I’m intentionally avoiding the word, "craze." )
Resellers must "act now" to gain 3D printer advantage
Resellers need to act now to take advantage of the window of opportunity provided by 3D printers, says Paul Francois, Comworth Technologies 3D product manager.
The 3D printing revolution - can you see a future?
Murray Clark, Ricoh marketing manager, discusses 3D printing and why it’s important to be part of the $2.2 billion (and growing) industry.
New plug & play 3D printer - suitable for every classroom
With technology indelibly intertwined into modern education, government ministries around the world are seeking to modernise by integrating computing into their curricula.
3D printers add a new dimension to technology
Students at Hutt Intermediate School are learning about technology from a different angle, thanks to an inspiring presentation on 3D printing and its application in the future.
3D printing provides new growth opportunity for resellers
With 3D printing presenting an expanding and relatively untapped market, distributor Comworth Technologies is giving resellers the opportunity to get in the game with the sharpest priced, most consumer-friendly printer on the market,
3D printers to build data centres?
With many global brands such as Nike and Ford using 3D printing to help develop and make products such as football boots and break pads, it is no surprise that tech industries are applying 3D printing to data centres.
3D Printing will ignite major debate on Ethics and Regulation
The technology of 3D "bioprinting", the medical application of 3D printing to produce living tissue and organs, is advancing so quickly that it will spark a major ethical debate on its use by 2016.