3D Printing Content Conference welcomes Haptic.ro as Media Partner

3D Printing Content Conference welcomes Haptic.ro as Media Partner About Haptic.ro HAPTIC R&D CONSULTING is a consulting of global technology and engineering company providing innovative solutions for customers in industrial, commercial, and residential markets. Our goal is your target in a future visionary way to create a synergy business bridge between SME’s companies and R&D laboratories… [read more]

Empowering Creators to Share Digital Objects with 3D Printer Owners Around the World – Presented by Romain Kidd, MyMiniFactory

Empowering Creators to Share Digital Objects with 3D Printer Owners Around the World – Presented by Romain Kidd, MyMiniFactory, at the 3D Printing Content Conference, on October 04, 2017, at B.Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. As millions of consumers are embracing 3D printing at home, creators are embracing innovative business models to monetise their talent and… [read more]

Estimating manufacturability for large scale 3D printing – Presented by Adrian Muresan, 3D Hubs

Estimating manufacturability for large scale 3D printing – Presented by Adrian Muresan, 3D Hubs at the 3D Printing Content Conference 3rd edition , which takes place on 4 October 2017, B.Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. At 3D Hubs we’ve helped manufacture over 800.000 parts since 2013. We support a wide range of 3D printing technologies ranging from FDM to… [read more]

NBnews First speakers

We are proud to announce that the seminar program of the 3D Content Conference is developing rapidly. Speakers who have already confirmed to share their knowledge and professional experiences during the conference are: Ernst-Jan Louwers, Founder of Louwers IP | Technology Advocaten Bart Veldhuizen, Head of Community at Sketchfab Peter-Paul de Leeuw, Business Strategy Consulting at Acccenture Many more speakers will… [read more]

Report reveals cybersecurity risks in 3D printing

Additive manufacturing (AM), commonly called 3D printing, is a $4 billion business set to quadruple by 2020. One day, manufacturers may print everything from cars to medicines, disrupting centuries-old production practices. The Federal Aviation Administration recently certified the first 3D-printed part for GE commercial jet engines, and companies like Ford Motor Company are using AM… [read more]