3D Printers

3D Systems Brings Engineering-Grade Materials to the Desktop with Nylon for CubePro

ROCK HILL, South Carolina, August 18, 2015 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that it has expanded its PlasticJet Printing materials to include a new Nylon for the company’s flagship CubePro® 3D printers. This engineering-grade performance material was developed for CubePro , bringing strength, flexibility and unparalleled durability to desktop production of functional parts for design, testing and small-scale manufacturing. Engineered with a blend that includes Nylon 6 and compatible with InfinityTM Rinse-Away water-soluble support material, Nylon for CubePro saves valuable design and process time and enables 3D printing of complex, articulated and fully assembled end-use parts.

Nylon for Cube Pro is delivered in a new Smart Cartridge that is equipped with a hydroscopic seal extending the material’s shelf life for up to 12 months. Nylon cartridges are priced at $149 each, and are available immediately on Cubify and through select distributors.  Combining Nylon with InfinityTM Rinse-Away support inside the CubePro’s climate controlled chamber delivers the highest quality professional desktop 3D printing output every time.

3D Systems to Present at the Canaccord Genuity 35th Annual Growth Conference

ROCK HILL, South Carolina – August 7, 2015 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that it plans to present at the Canaccord Genuity 35th Annual Growth Conference on Thursday, August 13 at 1:30 PM ET at the InterContinental Boston.

A live audio webcast and replay of the presentation will be available on 3DS’ website under the Investor Relations section at 3DSystems.com/investor.

3D Systems to Highlight Desktop Engineering Advantages of CubePro 3D Printer with Webinar Series

ROCK HILL, South Carolina, July 13, 2015 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today a new webinar series for Desktop Engineering focused on the performance advantages of 3D digital design and fabrication tools on the desktop, including powerful, compact 3D printers, 3D scanners for capture and reverse engineering, and 3D printing-optimized design software. Through a series of featured power-users from companies large and small, attendees will see first-hand how the combination of desktop products, led by the CubePro® 3D printer, is allowing engineering and design groups to iterate, test and become manufacturing-ready faster with professional-grade reliability, quality and performance.

3D Systems Introduces New Infinity Rinse-Away Support Material For Cube and CubePro 3D Printers

ROCK HILL, South Carolina, July 14, 2015 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that it has expanded its PlasticJet Printing materials to include InfinityTM Rinse-Away water-soluble support material for the company’s flagship Cube® and CubePro® desktop 3D printers. This advanced material dissolves in water, enabling complex 3D prints with articulation, suspension and movement. Infinity Rinse-Away cartridges are priced at $49 for the Cube and $99 for the CubePro, and available immediately on Cubify and through select distributors and retailers.

Infinity Rinse-Away soluble support material unlocks entirely new possibilities in PlasticJet Printing, making it a must-have for all 3D printer users. Clean and easy support removal allows designers and engineers to spend more time perfecting their designs and less time working around yesterday’s technology limitations.

3D Systems Entertainment Pop-Up Shop Offers Exclusive Collectibles and 3D Technology at Comic-Con International 2015

ROCK HILL, South Carolina, July 6, 2015 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that it will host an entertainment pop-up shop filled with licensed collectibles and limited-edition figurines from Star Wars, GI Joe, Marvel and more at San Diego’s Comic-Con International 2015 from July 8 to July 12. Additionally, visitors to the pop-up shop, located in booth 3513 at the San Diego Convention Center, will have the opportunity to view, test and purchase 3DS’ latest consumer gadgets, including Cube 3D printers, iSense scanners and Touch haptic devices.

Using 3D scanning and printing technology, 3DS is an integral part of the visual effects process for movies and TV, including “Star Wars” and “The Walking Dead,” and uses authentic digital content from the films to create high-end licensed collectibles, jewelry and action figures for sale online.

3D Systems Named One of 50 Smartest Companies by MIT Technology Review

ROCK HILL, South Carolina, June 24, 2015 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that it was named to MIT Technology Review’s list of 50 Smartest Companies in the magazine’s 2015 ranking. The prestigious annual list recognizes and celebrates companies that combine “truly innovative technology and a business model that is both practical and ambitious, with the result that [the company] has set the agenda in its field over the past 12 months.”

3DS was recognized for its pioneering work on the world’s first 3D printing flexible assembly line. This groundbreaking nonstop printing platform deposits an unprecedented 4 billion drops of material every minute in photo-quality color, resulting in production speeds 50 times faster than existing 3D jetting technologies. The print engine is configured to readily integrate with various off-the-shelf automated machining, insertion and finishing operations, based on customer’s requirements, opening up countless new product and production possibilities in industries ranging from automotive to footwear and toys to consumer electronics.

3D Systems Powers 21st Century Learning in Baltimore’s Catholic Schools

ROCK HILL, South Carolina, June 25, 2015 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that its Cube® 3D printers will be placed in every Archdiocesan Catholic elementary and high school in Baltimore, as part of the Archdiocese’s initiative to provide its students with the tools and skills needed for the jobs of tomorrow. Through this groundbreaking district-level partnership, students and educators at each of the Archdiocese’s 49 schools will now have access to cutting-edge 3D design and fabrications tools, as well as integrated 3D printing curricula, created by STEAMtrax.

“3D printing technologies are the foundation for many of the careers of tomorrow, ranging from engineering to fashion to medicine,” said Rajeev Kulkarni, Vice President and Chief Product Officer, 3DS. “We are proud that our educational ecosystem is helping foster a digital literacy that lets students think, create and communicate in 3D—in Baltimore and beyond.”

Southend University Hospital Utilizes 3D Systems’ Simulator for Life-Saving Team Training in Acute Stroke

ROCK HILL, South Carolina, June 18, 2015 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced  that Southend University Hospital established an innovative interventional stroke service using 3DS’ ANGIO Mentor Suite simulator at Anglia Ruskin University for efficient and realistic team training for endovascular stroke treatment.

According to the American Heart Association Annual Statistical Update based on data compiled from over 190 countries, stroke remains the number 2 cause of death in the world. In the US, stroke is the number 4 cause of death, killing nearly 129,000 people a year.

3D Systems Expands Popular iSense 3D Scanner to iPhone

ROCK HILL, South Carolina, June 16, 2015 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that the popular iSenseTM 3D scanner is now available for the iPhone®, making it more portable than ever. Designed with an exclusive 3D printed case from Cubify® users can simply snap the iSense case onto their iPhone and immediately begin to transform real life people or objects into digital three-dimensional scans anywhere and anytime. Watch a video here to see the iSense in action.

The new iSense also includes a major upgrade for the iSense app, available for both iPhone and iPad® users for free. The new app upgrade offers enhanced tracking, increased speed up to 3 times faster than previous versions, and full-color vibrancy via texture mapping. Improvements made to the tracking and speed deliver a smoother and easier scanning experience, quicker average scan times of 5 to 30 seconds, and an enjoyable user experience. This major app update is available for free to all existing iSense owners in the iOS app store.


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