Nike Inc. creating separation in Athletic Apparel

By guest author Teresa Hartford from SGB Media Nike Inc.’s athletic apparel offering is gaining mindshare among consumers in four categories—innovation, fashion, style and value—mostly at the expense of Under Armour, according to a recent survey from Canaccord Genuity Capital Markets. The athletic apparel survey, written by Canaccord Genuity analysts Camilo Lyon and Pallav Saini, … More Nike Inc. creating separation in Athletic Apparel

Ophthalmology: Researchers explore Progress in Bioprinting

By guest author Bridget O’Neal from 3D Printing A large group of researchers came together to author Bioprinting in Ophthalmology: Current Advances and Future Pathways, published recently regarding their findings on bioprinting within the field of ophthalmology. While they understand the promise 3D printing with cells has in so many applications, there is serious potential … More Ophthalmology: Researchers explore Progress in Bioprinting

Robot Factory introduces Sliding-3D Conveyor Belt System for High-Temperature 3D Printing

By guest author Sarah Saunders from 3D Printing Over the last several years, 3D printers that use conveyor belts as limitless build platforms have been growing more popular. In 2017, Italian company Robot Factory launched its own FFF version, called Sliding-3D, which can help companies achieve more sustainable manufacturing processes with its 45° extruder and … More Robot Factory introduces Sliding-3D Conveyor Belt System for High-Temperature 3D Printing

In-Mould Electronics – the transition from art to platform technology

By guest author Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Research Director at IDTechEx. He has recently written the below article on In-Mould Electronics, examining how a transition can take place to evolve the technology from a black art method towards an accessible manufacturing platform In-Mould Electronics (IME) is a technology for structurally integrating electronic functionality into 3D-shaped parts. … More In-Mould Electronics – the transition from art to platform technology

3D Printing Africa: South Africa’s 3D Printing Sector

By guest author Farai Mashambanhaka, 3D Printing If there is one country Africa that has seriously ventured into the 3D printing sector with active participation, it is South Africa. Since 2012, the country at the located at the bottom of the African continent has covered significant ground in developing along with the 3D printing technology. … More 3D Printing Africa: South Africa’s 3D Printing Sector