Drones? Food delivery? College bookstores? All of that pales in comparison to what Internet retail giant Amazon has in the works, according to a new patent filed on February 19, which details the company’s plans to not just deliver your order, but to create it right on the delivery truck. Continue reading “Amazon Has a Plan to 3D-Print Straight From Its Delivery Trucks”
The Netherlands-based, award-winning 3D printer manufacturer has announced availability of its products to North American customers through its partnership with fbrc8, who has the license and capability to assemble Ultimaker 3D printers directly in the US for faster and more cost-effective shipment to the North American market.
Amazon’s recent decision to create an e-commerce storefront for 3D-printed products could finally bring 3D printing to the mainstream, but not in the way you might think. Continue reading “How 3D printing could transform Amazon and online shopping”
Whille Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos may believe that 3D printing is still a long way from changing the way industry makes and distributes products, his online marketplace isn’t shying away from the opportunity to sell the revolutionary technology. Continue reading “Amazon expands into additive manufacturing”
Ecommerce Times on why Amazon would be interested in 3D printing Continue reading “Is there a future for Amazon and 3D Printing?”
Value-Line is an economic alternative supply for 3D printing that features consistent performance in multiple colors. Continue reading “Afinia Introduces Value-Line ABS Filament for 3D Printers”