Category Archives: women in 3D printing

RAPID + TCT 2018 the 3D Printing Industry preview

Next week I will be reporting live for 3D Printing Industry from RAPID + TCT 2018 in Fort Worth, Texas. For any visitors and exhibitors at the Fort Worth Convention Center, please say hello if you see me. You can also catch me over on Twitter where I will be sharing all the latest news […]

RAPID + TCT 2018 the 3D Printing Industry preview

Next week I will be reporting live for 3D Printing Industry from RAPID + TCT 2018 in Fort Worth, Texas. For any visitors and exhibitors at the Fort Worth Convention Center, please say hello if you see me. You can also catch me over on Twitter where I will be sharing all the latest news […]

Wi3DP publishes Diversity for Additive Manufacturing #Q1 2018 Report

It is a well known and well documented fact that the 3D printing industry, and manufacturing in general, suffers from an employee skills gap. Added to this, is the issue of representation, and the potential advantages that diversity brings to any company seeking to reach a broad customer base. Set up by 2018 3D Printing […]

3D printing highlights of TCT 2017 day one HP, FELIXprinters, Stratasys

So far TCT 2017 has featured a number of 3D printing hardware and software releases from Ultimaker, Carbon and BCN3D. With more announcements still to come throughout the week, we have a roundup of some the latest news and exhibits to be released on day one at the NEC in Birmingham.  Hardware previews Polish 3D printing company […]

Call to increase number of women at additive manufacturing conferences

Julie Reece is the Vice President of Marketing at Massachusetts based 3D printer company Rize Inc. On the closing day of this year’s AMUG conference, Reece spoke …

Call to increase number of women at additive manufacturing conferences

Julie Reece is the Vice President of Marketing at Massachusetts based 3D printer company Rize Inc. On the closing day of this year’s AMUG conference, Reece spoke …