High tech

Have you ever wondered how the high-tech industry can keep up releasing new gadgets and all sorts of electronic devices at such a fast pace? There might be a dozen reasons that explain it but let’s focus on how production of essential components needs to be optimized.

The Warring Heroes of “For Honor” Will Come To Life In The Form Of...

For the first time, the warring heroes of the video game "For Honor" will come to life in the form of custom...

The HYLIXA 3D printed speakers deliver sound “as if the artist was in the...

All the memories and feelings linked to a specific event or person easily dredge to the surface when one listens to a...

Augmented Reality Glasses developed using 3D printing are coming onto the market

Luxexcel  and WaveOptics have joined forces to create a module integrating three of the vital elements required for developing consumer Augmented Reality...

From the most exotic to the most complex 3D Printing Applications, Shapeways can scale...

Shapeways reveals an important milestone in its journey with 20 million parts produced using 10 different printing technologies and 90 different materials...

ProGlove makes it possible to 3D print the smallest wearable barcode scanners

ProGlove recently appeared on our radar when we saw that it was relying on additive manufacturing technologies to manufacture wearable barcode scanners.

Project DIAMOnD – supported by Microsoft and Markforged – outlines the crucial role of...

A $10 million grant was initially awarded to help each county’s manufacturing base purchase and implement Industry 4.0 technologies. The initiative is supported...
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