3D Printers

3D Systems Brings 3D Printing To B&H Photo

ROCK HILL, South Carolina –July 25, 2013 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that B&H Photo began selling 3D printers online and at its Manhattan superstore on 9th Avenue and 34th Street. The Cube® 3D Printer is immediately available in the store for $1,299.

The Cube 3D Printer is the first consumer 3D printer that is home certified and safe for children as young as eight years old. It is truly a plug-and-play printer right out of the box, with an easy load cartridge and touchscreen user interface. Cube features Wi-Fi, is compatible with Mac and Windows, and comes with 25 free 3D files designed by professional artists, with additional apps available online. With its ultra-portable design, Cube goes anywhere and prints in a choice of ABS or PLA plastic in 16 different colors, including two that glow-in-the-dark.

3D Systems Elects Peter Diamandis to Board of Directors

ROCK HILL, South Carolina July 24, 2013– 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that its Board of Directors has elected Peter H. Diamandis a director of the company.

Dr. Peter Diamandis is the Chairman and CEO of the X PRIZE Foundation, which leads the world in designing and launching large incentive prizes to drive radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity. Diamandis is also the co-Founder & Executive Chairman of the Singularity University, a Silicon Valley based institution teaching graduates and executives about exponentially growing technologies and their potential to address humanity’s grand challenges.

3D Systems to Present at Canaccord Genuity Growth Conference 2013

ROCK HILL, South Carolina – July 18, 2013 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that it plans to present at the 33rd annual Canaccord Genuity Growth Conference on Wednesday, August 14, 2013 at 3:30 PM ET at The InterContinential Boston in Boston, MA. Damon Gregoire, Senior Vice President and CFO, will update investors on the operational and strategic progress the company is making.

Aerospace Company Profits from Breakthrough Handheld Scanning Technology from 3D Systems

When a 30-year-old aircraft arrives in the hangar for retrofitting or repair, the more information you have the better. Yet engineering-quality design data can be elusive. The original plans, wherever they are, are often on paper and by definition in 2D form. Moreover, the same plane model varies from aircraft to aircraft because of manufacturing variations, modifications, damage or wear and tear. So from an engineering perspective, you don’t always know exactly what you’re looking at.

This information gap has always been a reality and a cost of doing business for companies like M7 Aerospace, a Texas, U.S.-based aviation services firm that provides a full range of maintenance, repair and overhaul services for civilians, military and foreign governments.


Flying blind
Without precise engineering data, modifications can be time-consuming and expensive. Fitting parts and installing aftermarket equipment can be a case of trial and error. Anomalies can cause delays.

Yet the need for service on older aircraft is pressing. Older, viable aircraft are often called upon to perform modern roles that may require modification such as avionics upgrades, cosmetic work, ballistic blankets, external sensor installations for missile defense systems, or all of the above.

3D Printers Added to Dealer Marketing’s Product Catalog Service

Today Dealer Marketing (www.dealermarketing.net) announced that 3D printers have been added to their existing product catalog service. Dealers will now be able to add 3D printers to their website product catalogs.

“We are proud to serve leading dealers in our industry,” said Darrell Amy, President of Dealer Marketing. “Many dealers are adding 3D printing to their offering and we want to make sure that these products are found on their websites.”


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