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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Who’s winning the 3D printing speed race?

A lot can happen in ten years. In 2006, ten years ago, Blu-Ray was announced, YouTube was launched and Apple released the first Macbook. Who knew that these would become as popular as they are today? Absolutely nobody. The success of...

Which 3D printers print the toughest parts?

There’s a myth floating around that 3D printed parts are not as strong or as tough as traditionally-manufactured parts. This simply isn’t true. While this is certainly the case with some applications, it is perfectly possible to 3D ...

Tiertime Launches UP Mini 2 3D Printer at CES 2016

Thought we were done with the excitement of CES 2016? Think again. It’s been a fantastic start to the New Year for 3D printer manufacturers. Mcor Technologies blew everybody away with the launch of the Mcor ARKe, the world’s first full...

BREAKING: Mcor Announces the Mcor ARKe: A Full-Colour Desktop 3D Printer!

Mcor Technologies have ambitious plans. In August, during the company's 10-year anniversary celebration, Mcor founder and CEO Dr. Conor MacCormack laid out his vision for the company. "To be a billion dollar company," was one of the ambit...

BREAKING: Ultimaker launches the Ultimaker 2+ and Ultimaker 2 Extended+

3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker has started 2016 with a bang, launching two new 3D printers at CES Las Vegas 2016. The printers, which are called the Ultimaker 2+ and Ultimaker 2 Extended+, are both successors to existing printers in...

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