Category Archives: Max Friefeld

3D Printing News Sliced, Voodoo Manufacturing, Create O&P, German RepRap, NewPro 3D and the MTC

3D printing news to be Sliced this week includes Create O&P, German RepRap, Humanetics, the Manufacturing Technology Center, NewPro 3D and many more. A space for additive manufacturing Coventry’s Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), a leading independent Research & Technology Organisation behind the additive manufacturing skills framework, has been selected by the leading global standards organisation, […]

Voodoo Manufacturing add Raise3D 3D printers to offer large format 3D printing service

New York-based 3D printing service bureau Voodoo Manufacturing has launched a new Large Format 3D Printing service, expanding beyond the initial MakerBot 3D printers currently in use. The new service, which incorporates 10 new FFF Raise 3D printers, follows a $5 million investment in Voodoo Manufacturing’s operations led by U.S venture capital firm General Catalyst […]

The Future of 3D Printing by Max Friefeld CEO of Voodoo Manufacturing

In this article looking at the future of 3D printing, Voodoo Manufacturing CEO Max Friefeld discusses the combination of automation with additive manufacturing, and how digital factories might change traditional business models. For the past 15 years, 3D printing has been in a transitional period. Originally used as a prototyping tool in a small number […]

New Yorker Dienstleister Voodoo Manufacturing erhält 1.4$ Mio. Finanzierung

Voodoo Manufacturing hebt sich durch einen entscheidenen Faktor von anderen 3D Druck Dienstleistern ab. Und zwar produziert Voodoo Manufacturing rein mit Makerbot FDM 3D Druckern. Gegründet wurde Voodoo Manufacturing von drei ehemaligen MakerBot Mitarbeitern, Max Friefeld, Jonathan Schwartz und Oliver Ortlieb, gegründet. Die Unternehmung konnte bereits mehr als 1.000 Kunden, unteranderem Mattell, Microsoft und Universal, zufrieden […]

Der Beitrag erschien bei 3Druck.com unter der URL New Yorker Dienstleister Voodoo Manufacturing erhält 1.4$ Mio. Finanzierung

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