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07/05/2017 07:00 AM
The Myth of the MSP: How Printers Create Relevant Offerings
For most companies, survival means offering something more than just ink on paper. Where do you start? By offering results.
06/29/2017 08:00 AM
Marking 40 Years of Xerox Laser Printing With Its Inventor Gary Starkweather
Laser printing marked a big advance over impact printers with their no-graphics, typewriter-quality output and disruptively loud operations.Meet the man behind the technology, and learn how laser printing came to be, and why it changed the industry.
06/26/2017 08:00 AM
Improve sales success on the phone by simply slowing down
Print salespeople tend to speak too quickly on the phone. Learn to slow down with tips from inside sales expert Lynn Hidy.
06/19/2017 07:30 AM
Digital Print Evangelist Spawns from Comics Convention
How one printer used a local comic convention to educate a community of creators on the opportunities with on-demand publishing.
06/12/2017 07:31 AM
Three Things You Need to Know about Augmented Reality—Now
Three things you need to know about augmented reality as AR and VR enter the marketing mainstream.
06/07/2017 07:00 AM
Will the Current Administration Impact Print Outsourcing?
How could the current presidential administration’s views on outsourcing impact in-plant printing facilities?
06/05/2017 06:30 AM
Xerox Premier Partner Congress Spotlights Growth Opportunities in the Changing Print Landscape
More than 200 leading graphic communications providers gathered at Xerox’s Premier Partner Congress to discuss the latest trends in the digital printing market. Here’s what they uncovered.
05/29/2017 07:00 AM
How to Maximize the Success of your Customer Event
You want to make sure you achieve the best possible results from your customer event. This means that there is plenty to do when your guests have departed.
05/22/2017 07:00 AM
How to Convert Social Media Connections into Customers
How to smoothly transition an online social media prospect into an offline real-world sale.
05/15/2017 07:00 AM
Five Advantages of Content Marketing
Blogging is considered an important tool in a content marketing strategy. Here are 5 reasons why you should get started, today.
07/05/2017 12:49 PM
Service King fixes up bumpers doomed for scrapheap with help of 3D printing
3D printing has been influencing the automotive industry for a while now, from fast prototyping of designs to mass production of engine parts, so it seems natural that the technology would eventually start to be implemented long after the initial manufacturing cycle—for automobile repair.
07/05/2017 12:20 PM
Lockheed Martin gives $1M for aerospace 3D printing lab at Denvers MSU
Lockheed Martin, the American global aerospace and defense company, has announced it will be investing $1 million to establish an additive manufacturing facility at the Metropolitan State University of Denver. The lab, which will be dedicated to developing 3D printed aerospace parts, will be the first of its kind in the state of Colorado.
07/05/2017 11:30 AM
3D printed Third Thumb gives wearers added carrying, squeezing, guitar-playing abilities
Dani Clode, a graduate student at London’s Royal College of Art (RCA), has used 3D printing to create a wearable prosthetic third thumb. The prosthesis helps wearers grip, squeeze, and even perform complex tasks like playing the guitar.
07/05/2017 11:00 AM
GE Aviation, ATI announce joint venture to develop meltless titanium alloy powder manufacturing technology for 3D printing
Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (ATI), a global leader in the production of technically advanced specialty materials and components, today announced a joint venture (JV) with GE Aviation for the development of a new meltless titanium alloy powder manufacturing technology.
07/05/2017 10:48 AM
Robotel Turkiye provides custom 3D printed hand prosthetics to children in Turkey
All around the world, 3D printing is helping to give people—especially children—access to affordable and customizable prosthetic devices. Following that trend is Robotel Türkiye, a 3D printed prosthetics initiative that is helping to change young lives in Turkey.
07/05/2017 09:30 AM
3D printing brings Perus 1,700-year-old Lady of Cao back to life
Scientists in Peru have used 3D printing to reconstruct the face of the Lady of Cao, an ancient female leader who died 1,700 years ago. The woman’s remains were found at a ruined pyramid near Trujillo in 2006.
07/05/2017 08:48 AM
Nick Ervinck, Stratasys 3D print fluid race car trophy for this years Goodwood hill climb race
Every summer in West Sussex, England, the Goodwood Festival of Speed brings together some of the most renowned and historic racing vehicles—including F1 racers, cars, and motorbikes—for a hill climb race. A this year’s event, which wrapped up on July 2, it was hardly a surprise that 3D printing took center stage.
07/05/2017 07:49 AM
This 3D printed hexapod robot can handle all types of uneven terrain
A Norwegian engineer by the name of Kåre Halvorsen (also known by his alias “Zenta”), is pioneering a 3D printed hexapod robot that can crawl over remarkably uneven ground. Featuring a unique spider-inspired design, the MX-Phoenix relies on 6 legs and a whopping 18 different motors.
07/05/2017 05:47 AM
This 3D printed hologram models Microsoft Cortana assistant after iconic Halo character
A clever Florida-based developer has gotten inventive with his Microsoft Cortana AI assistant. Jarem Archer, clearly a huge fan of the Halo video game franchise, has built a holographic AI avatar modelled after the Halo character Cortana, the synthetic intelligence character voiced by Jen Taylor.
07/04/2017 01:13 PM
Airwolf 3D to broadcast fun-packed strength test for 3 of its popular 3D printing filaments
Californian multi-material 3D printing company Airwolf 3D has conducted a series of improvised strength tests on three of its most popular 3D printing filaments. The tests involved 3D printing hooks made from the three materials, before using each hook to suspend an increasingly heavy load until it breaks.