3D Printing News Posts Tagged as FDM Printing

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A Brief History of 3D Printing

A Brief History of 3D Printing

Published 02/17/2021

3D Printing is undoubtedly one of the fastest growing industries in the world. In 2020 the industry’s estimated worth was $13.63 billion (up $2 billion from the previous year). In 2018 1.42 million individual 3D printers were sold throughout all different companies within the industry. According to Grand View Research, they estimate the industry will...

A Look From The Outside: 3D Printing and FDM Technology

A Look From The Outside: 3D Printing and FDM Technology

Published 12/07/2020

As someone who has worked with 3D printers for five years now, I know that many people have little idea what it is. When I told someone, I work with 3D printers, they replied, “what kind of ink do you use?” In his defense, this sounds like a valid question if you don’t know much...

Police Department Thanks R&D Technologies

Police Department Thanks R&D Technologies

Published 06/30/2020

In light of the recent protests taking place across the country, the Narragansett Police Department faced these events with a shortage of protective equipment for its officers. This department was called upon to supervise numerous protests, and unfortunately riots, across Rhode Island state.  After hearing about the shortage of protective equipment, R&D Technologies quickly sprung into...

R&D Joins Stratasys Global Manufacturing Network

R&D Joins Stratasys Global Manufacturing Network

Published 09/25/2019

Your business operates and thinks globally, and so should your service provider. R&D Technologies is proud to announce that we have been selected by Stratasys to join the Stratasys Global Manufacturing Network (GMN). What this means is that you now have the capability to design your parts in any country, on any continent, and we will build...