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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...

Entrepreneurs and R&D Use Additive Manufacturing

Entrepreneurs and R&D Use Additive Manufacturing

Published 11/30/2019

Young Entrepreneurs and R&D Technologies Team Up to Use Additive Manufacturing to Create New Medical Device You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know that 3D printing can deliver products to market faster and more economically. But it doesn’t hurt. Eli Kapas, Conor Cullinane and Matt Kane would seem to breathe that rarified air. With...

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...

3D Printing Saving Hours in Surgery

3D Printing Saving Hours in Surgery

Published 09/04/2019

Saving hours in surgery by examining a 3D printed model beforehand can save hospitals thousands of dollars per surgery But you’re not just saving money. Surgeons can go in with a predetermined plan and make fewer incisions, thus reducing exposure, reducing recovery time, improving surgical outcome, and best of all: saving lives. Many medical device companies...