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3D Systems announces tough, smooth & flexible Nylon material for CubePro 3D printer

3D Systems today announced it has expanded its printed materials include a new nylon PlasticJet CubePro 3D printers. Designed with a mixture that includes nylon 6 and carrier supports Infinity Far Rinse water soluble, this material can be printed more strong, flexible and durable prints. 406 more words

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Learning To Become A Bored Investor

I’ll admit that I’m about to bare my investing soul about one of my last great remaining weaknesses as an investor:  impatience.  May you benefit from what I’m about to share.   1,235 more words

Keeping Your Sanity in a Market Storm

In another post, I compared the nature of the stock market to an ocean.  Well, days like today are much like the waves on an ocean and also the weather outside my window, very turbulent and unsettled.   621 more words

Say Hello to Our ProJet X660

Hey there Internets, my name is Arun and I am one of the 3D Printing Specialist for Microsol Resources. You may have met me while I was servicing the many 3D printers we support in the NYC metro area. 799 more words

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3D printing is not the miracle we were promised

3D printing has been hailed as the future of manufacturing for years now. Consumers and investors were sold on the idea of being able to print anything at any time from a little box in their houses. 571 more words

Global Shipments of 3D Printers More than Double in First-Quarter 2015

London-based IT market-research firm Context reports that global shipments of personal, desktop 3D printers more than doubled in the first quarter of 2015. According to the firm, global shipments of personal, desktop 3D Printers priced under $5,000, rose by 24 percent in first-quarter 2015, resulting in a 114 percent year-over-year increase, as more brands entered the market, global channels expanded, and successfully crowd-funded 3D printers shipped. 329 more words

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3D Systems Releases New Filament That Dissolves In Water

Moisture, as they say, is the essence of wetness. It’s now also a great way to remove support material from 3D-printed objects.

Printing complex objects requires rafts and supports. 101 more words

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