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Envisioning the future of 3D scanning and 3D printing in museums

Envisioning the future of 3D scanning and 3D printing in museums

Published on: April 21, 2016

Amelia Knowlson is a PhD Researcher and 3D consultant working with 3D scanning and printing technology in museums. Her main focus is how 3D scanning and printing processes impact museum policy, practice and audiences. As she describes her work and research projects: […]

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3DPRINTINGBUSINESS.DIRECTORY, a global directory to unite 3D printing businesses

3DPRINTINGBUSINESS.DIRECTORY, a global directory to unite 3D printing businesses

Published on: April 8, 2016

3DPRINTINGBUSINESS.DIRECTORY is a website created in 2016 by Davide Sher, its founder and CEO. The 3D printing industry is raising a growing interest and it is increasingly difficult to find accurate and accessible information about all the companies of this […]

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3D Printed Electronics: A Major Trend for 2016

3D Printed Electronics: A Major Trend for 2016

Published on: March 17, 2016

Davide Sher is an Italian journalist specialized in 3D printing. He travels the world to investigate the industry’s best stories and shares his views in a monthly column on Aniwaa.   Today 3D printing is used mostly as part of a series of manufacturing […]

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How To Kill Your 3D Printing Startup in 3 Easy Steps

How To Kill Your 3D Printing Startup in 3 Easy Steps

Published on: February 17, 2016

Bartosz Bos is a long-time maker with extensive hands-on experience of 3D printing. After working at Figureprints and Shapeways, he now works as an independent 3D printing consultant in Vancouver. Bartosz is known for being bluntly honest about his opinions and is […]

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Finally: we're rebooting our 3D filaments comparison engine

Finally: we’re rebooting our 3D filaments comparison engine

Published on: February 16, 2016

We launched the V2 of Aniwaa in October 2015 with a simple goal in mind: to be the world’s most trusted source of knowledge for 3D printing. We’re pretty happy with the job we’ve done so far of building and maintaining the most comprehensive […]

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The Gold Rush: Are Giant Companies Taking Over 3D Printing?

The Gold Rush: Are Giant Companies Taking Over 3D Printing?

Published on: February 9, 2016

First it was Autodesk with its own Ember 3D printer, then HP making a disruptive announcement in late 2014. After that Ricoh and Canon presented their own powder and resin based 3D printers. Now Polaroid launched its own desktop machine, with Apple and Google investing heavily both in 3D scanning and rapid, full color, 3D printing technologies. Microsoft, with its Hololens, is not far behind.

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