Headline Rollup for May 17, 2016
With partners such as Nike and BMW, HP takes major step to reinvent prototyping and manufacturing industry with first commercial 3D printers based on open platform.
Toshiba America Business Solutions today introduces the addition of five new e-STUDIO™ series to its multifunction printers (MFPs) line. The new MFP lineup includes three color MFP series (13 models) and two monochrome series (10 models) all of which will ship by this summer.
Print company launches campaign to highlight dangers of selling dodgy goods.
The MX7 printers feature Neonode zForce EDGE Touch technology.
Canon sees red as regional 2D printing market set to drop in Middle East, Africa, Central and Eastern Europe, and Eurasia.
Due to geographical realities, many major 3D printing companies from Europe and the US have found it difficult to establish themselves in the Australian 3D printing market without help from local partners. It’s why 3D Systems set up a 3D printer distribution partnership with Konica Minolta. But Stratasys is also eying the Aussie market, and has just announced a partnership with Fuji Xerox Australia that is intended to increase the availability of their 3D printing solutions in Australia.
The Clover Technologies Group report’s main theme focuses on reuse, and the effects that it’s imaging supplies, wireless and telecom business operations made on the environment during the whole year of 2015.