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What Will They 3D Print Next? Inside My Trip to Local Motors

Peter Diamandis | Posted 07.15.2014 | Technology
Peter Diamandis

It's time to change your mindset. These disruptions are happening now. Rather than read about them online or watch them on TV, be proactive. Seek them out. Which products in your life could be 3D printed?

Will 3D Printing Be Staples' Field of Dreams?

Gene Marks | Posted 06.15.2014 | Small Business
Gene Marks

The idea is this: there's no need to buy a 3D printer (they sell those too) just like there's no need to buy a regular printer, scanner or copy machine. Just come into the service center and Staples will take care of the job for you. They'll have the equipment there.

Now You Can Have Your Own Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory

The Huffington Post | Emily Thomas | Posted 01.25.2014 | Technology

This 3D printer will be producing something worthy of our attention: chocolate. In pursuit of bringing 3D printing technology into the mainstream, ...

Timothy Stenovec

3D-Printed Food! | Timothy Stenovec | Posted 01.23.2014 | Technology

LAS VEGAS –- 3D printing is officially delicious. At the International CES here this week, 3D Systems, a South Carolina-based company, unveiled w...

How Chicago May Become the First 'Innovation Zone'

Kathryn Born | Posted 09.09.2013 | Chicago
Kathryn Born

The Conference From July 10-11, McCormick Place is hosting the Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo, bringing together manufacturers, 3D printing ...

Interview: Avi Reichental on the 3D Printing Revolution (Part 1)

Lilia Ziamou | Posted 05.21.2013 | Technology
Lilia Ziamou

There has been a lot of excitement around 3D printing, in technology circles and everyday conversations alike. In this interview, Avi Reichental, president and CEO of 3D Systems, shares his vision on the 3D printing revolution and its breakthrough impact across industries.

Kids and Moms and Tech Part I: The Reverse Titanic Syndrome

Robin Raskin | Posted 12.28.2012 | Technology
Robin Raskin

Each year at the International CES we host a series of exhibits and conferences that look at the other 70 percent (moms and kids) and how they use gear and gadgets differently than most of the engineers who create them.