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Amazon is now venturing into the world of 3D printing thanks to a patent they just secured. The company has just recently unveiled their plans for printing and delivering custom products on demand. While Amazon has worked with 3D printing before, this patent allows users new levels of control over the final product.

Amazon is already one of the largest digital distributors in the world and yet this new venture represents a milestone in multiple ways. While theyve had 3D printing related options available before, the new patent allows customers to place orders with 3D printing service providers. Basically, users place orders and instructions for their custom item with a 3D printing facility, through Amazon. This then allows Amazon to pick up the order and deliver it to either a home or for pick up from one of their stores.

This new model is not just good for individual customers but for companies as well. It has the potential benefit for companies looking for items that are difficult to find in stock. Therefore, printing with a detailed instructions can allow them to create the part or product. This is far more desirable than searching for it far and wide.

Amazon clearly sees potential in these new forms of supply chains. Its easy to see why. The ability of this new system to greatly decrease their inventory costs is a big bonus. On demand customised production also gives viewers an item with their exact specifications and personalised touches. Clearly, Amazon is leaning hard onto the customisability angle.

The Internet service giant has been edging towards ideas within the realm of additive manufacturing for a while. They have filed multiple patents that complement their wider interest in 3D printing. For example, they have workshopped the idea of trucks that produce the object requested for delivery as they are moving towards the destination.

Amazon, like Google, are taking note of the world of additive manufacturing. These tech giants have the digital expertise to greatly change the state of how 3D printing operates as a model of production and disrupt the traditional mode of buying or ordering items, in much the same way both companies did to online shopping and advertising among others.

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Three of the Biggest 3D Printing Companies

ByJohn LintonAugust 15, 2015 2:01 PM EDT

3D printingor additive manufacturing continues to be an attractive industry for investors looking tocapitalizeon the future anticipated growth of 3D printing. This industry currently sees firms with large valuationseven with losses. Investors are anticipating these firms will generate substantial profits in the future, as 3D printing adoption grows.

Three of the largest firms measured by revenue in the 3D printing industry include Stratasys Ltd. (SSYS), 3D Systems Corp. (DDD) and Materialise NV (MTLS).

Stratasys Ltd. (SSYS), headquartered in Minnesota, focuses on both the commercial 3D printing market and also the consumer, desktop, 3D printing market. Stratasys Ltd. was formed through the 2012 merger of two prominent 3D printing firms, Stratasys Inc., and Objet Ltd. In 2013, SSYS completed the acquisition ofMakerBot Industries, a leader in desktop 3D printing.

According to Statasyssquarterly and annual filings, the firm divides its business into two categories: products and services. Products include commercial and desktop 3D printers, filament, and other accessories. Services include custom 3D printing performed by SSYS and installation, maintenance, and training of its systems. SSYS derives about 71% of its revenue from products, while services make up the remaining 29%.

Stratasys has produced generally consistent revenue over the previous six quarters with revenues being around $200 million per incomehas varied widely over the same period with a high of a loss of $173,000 in Q3 2014 to a low of a loss of $937 million in Q3 2015. The large loss in Q3 was largely due to a goodwill write down of $868 million.

Stratasys could be an attractive investment for investors looking to gain exposure to the desktop 3D printing market as SSYS is a leader in this market with its MakerBot brand.

3D Systems Corporation (DDD) invented 3D printing in 1989 with its invention and patenting of its stereolithography technology. DDD has also developed additional technologies, including selective laser sintering, multi-jet printing, film transfer imaging, color jet printing, direct metal printing and plastic jet printing.

According to 3D Systems Corporationsquarterly and annual filings, it divides its business into three segments: products, materials, and services. The products category includes 3D printers, software, and other products. DDDs 3D printers comprise a wide variety of printers including small desktop printers, direct metal printers and commercial printers that print in plastics and other materials. Software offerings include computer-aided design (CAD) and other design and manufacturing software. Other products include 3D scanners for both consumer and commercial applications.

3D Systems materials segment includes the various materials that the DDDs printers use. This creates arecurring revenuestream for the firm. 3D Systems also offers various services includingwarranty, maintenance, training and contract manufacturing.

3D Systems has produced consistent quarterly revenues the prior six quarters between $147.7 million to $187.4 million while net income has shown a steady decline from a $4.8M profit in Q1 2014 to a $32.2M loss in Q3 2015.

3D Systems Corporation has historically been an innovation leader in the 3D printing industry. The company appears motivated to maintain its innovation culture. For investors looking to be on the leading edge of the 3D printing industry, an investment in DDD may be a good choice.

Materialise NV is a Belgium-headquartered 3D printing company that trades on the NASDAQ Exchange, under the tickerMTLS. According to Materialises20-F filing, it divides its business into three segments: 3D printing software, medical, and industrial production.

The 3D printing software segment includes software that enable and enhance the functionality of 3D printers and of 3D printing operations. This includes software that interfaces with printers, design software and multiple printer management. MTLS derived 22% of its 2014 revenue from the 3D printing software segment.

Materialises medical segment focuses both on software and 3D printed products. Printed products consist of 3D printed surgery guides and also 3D printed medical implants, both of which are customized to the patient. MTLS generated 37% of its 2014 revenue from the medical segment.

The industrial production segment of Materialises business consists of 3D printing parts for Materialises commercial customers. The industrial production segment generated 41% of MTLSs 2014 revenue. Of additional interest, 82% of the industrial production revenue was from rapid prototyping and 18% of the revenue came from manufacturing end parts.

Materialise is an interesting investment for investors looking to gain exposure to the medical 3D printing market while also having strong positions in other areas of the industry.

3D printing is a dynamic and growing industry which may be attractive for investors looking for exposure to a growing technology industry. These three companies likely will see additional competition as established firms begin to devote more resources to the 3D printing industry and additional start-ups enter the field. Stratasys, 3D Systems Corporation, and Materialize will be three companies to watch as the industry grows and matures.

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One of the most common applications of 3D printing in medicine is to make small implants for joints, like those found in the spine. In recent years theFDA has cleared a number of such devicesfor sale on the U.S. market, and many companies have introduced the3D printed medical products across Europe.

The main reasons for uptake of additive manufacturing in implants is that they can be made as a perfect match for a patients anatomy. Furthermore, the porosity that is possible with additive techniquesencourages in-growth of new cellsto expedite recovery and accession in the body.

At Taiwans Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) researchers have developed a new kind of orthopedic implant that they believe is ready to reach circulation in 2018. The implants are designed to perfectly match the anatomy of people with Chinese heritage, and are made using a metal additive manufacturing technique.

ITRI is a world leading, non-profit R&D institution, that could be considered Taiwans equivalent of the Fraunhofer Society or TNO. It was first launched in 1973, and we paid a visit to the institute as part ofour 3D printing tour of the dustrial partnerships,including one for large-scale additive with Materialise, ensure that ITRI remains at the cutting edge of industry.

Taiwan is conducting substantial medical 3D printing research. Including work at National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs). Photo by Michael Petch.

As Vice President and general manager of ITRI biomedical technology and equipment research laboratories, Chii-Wann Linn led the recent initiative to bring biomimetic implants to the Chinese market.

So far, Linns team has successfully devised a program that can design and 3D print custom implants with a turnaround time of just 12 hours. The streamlined process means that patients and surgeons can make it through procedures at a much faster pace, delivering to an ever-demanding market for the devices.

According to reports fromChinese 3D printing news site 3Dhoo, Linn says the efficiency will ultimately provide patients with faster and more comfortable operations.

Example implants have been shown supporting vertebral segments of model spine. Production currently takes place exclusively in Taiwan, and availability in mainland China is expected by the end of 2018.

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Beau Jackson is a senior journalist at 3D Printing Industry. Originally from Yorkshire, she has a BA and MA in English from Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Kent. Beaus specialist interests in additive manufacturing include its application in new research discoveries, and impact on the cultural heritage sector.

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When owner Ada F. Lovelace founded her 3D design and boutique miniatures company back in 2014,Resin Eateroffered a handful of design and 3D printing services for tabletop miniature gaming, painting or display. She primarily ran the business off of social media accounts and relied on word of mouth for clients, but this month Lovelace took the plunge and launched her own website and unveiled the companys impressive 3D design portfolio. She also revealed a collection of prototype miniatures forCrikey!, the companys new steampunk inspired tabletop role-playing game.

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Resin Eater is based in Glasgow, Scotland and Ontario, Canada, where they offer a wide range of 3D design and 3D printing services. Clients can contact Lovelace and request their 3D design or 3D drawing services, where Resin Eater will take an idea or a concept and sculpt 3D models in whatever style, size or pose desired. Resin Eater is also capable of 3D printing client designs and creating either a prototype, a one-off master print or even a small run of prints. They also offer Mold Making services available in a variety of materials, from silicones or other flexible materials. And their Scotland-based designer offers Resin Casting services that can accommodate short runs of up to a hundred pieces that will be vacuum cast in several available resin materials.

Resin Eater has their own in-house 3D sculptor and offers high-quality 3D printing, mold-making and resin casting services. In order to maintain a high quality of service, Resin Eater says that all of their services will be done entirely in-house and they never outsource part printing or fabrication. Any commissioned piece that they design will remain a one of a kind object and they will never sell or share it with anyone else. Resin Eater currently offers their services to anyone who needs them and their clients range from individuals just looking for a unique statue or collectable to local businesses looking for prototypes.

In addition to their design and printing services, Resin Eater is preparing to launch their own line of individually sold resin miniatures, resin model kits and tabletop role-playing games. Their first game Crikey! is currently under development and is deep in the game-testing and prototyping phase. The gothic steampunk adventure game will use larger-scale figures than similar games typically do, ranging from 120mm up to 330mm figures. Each figure will be cast in resin so they have a smooth finish and will be easy to paint. The game board will be 24in x 24in that will be available as a standard printed cardboard game board, or the exhibition game board that will be made from resin hexes.

What will the story of Crikey! be exactly? Well, in addition to a bunch of amazing 3D prototypes,  Resin Eater has provided this brief bit of fluff:

On the first of September 1818, six months after the publication of Mary Shelleys Frankenstein, the anatomy theatre of the University of Glasgow was overcrowded. These minds had come to watch Dr. Andrew Ure and James Jeffray perform experiments upon the corpse of convicted murderer Matthew Clydeside. Dr. Ure used his battery of galvanic cells to send electric currents through Clydesides body, and to the astonishment of the crowd, it moved. Peter MacKenzie even swore that he saw Clydeside rise from the table only for the living corpse to have his throat immediately slit by a scalpel

You can see a selection of the amazing Crikey! miniatures sculpts here:

Resin Eater will be making the resin prototypes available in the near future, and they will be adding new Crikey! game characters, plot details, and gameplay mechanics as they are developed. You can find out more about Crikey! and all of the 3D design and 3D printing services that Resin Eater offers overon their website. And you can follow the company on social media viaTwitterInstagram, andFacebook.

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Advancements in the 3D printing industry seem to have no limits. Everyday, the technology is becoming more and moreaccessible to the publicand more and more groundbreaking in thescienceaerospaceandsportsindustries, just to name a few. Since 3D printing technologys wild successes in technical industries, we are also seeing it applied to more creative industries as well, such as art, childhood education, and jewelry making. We here at 3DPI decided to highlight some services that offer beautiful pieces of jewelry at the click of a button. Read more below. If you find a gorgeous piece of jewelry or a fun service that you want to start using immediately, the MiiCraft 125 3D printer, which can bepurchased on iMakr, is perfect for printing intricate, beautiful designs like those that follow!

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Most celtic designs show the intricate knots on a flat surface, but this beautiful ring, made out of wire, takes the design to the next level, looking as if it was bent and woven by hand. The original design is a size 7 and was printed on a B9 Creator using 25 micron NZ resolution and 50 micron XY resolution.

Taking on the shape of the constellations of organic geometry, the Andromeda necklace features hinged segments and spiked points that protrude out to .75 in. Its lightweight but durable design was printed with nylon plastic with a matte finish, producing a modern, grainy surface.

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Featuring a comfortably smooth inner design, the original Geometric bracelet was printed with PLA and then spray painted for a funky piece available in a variety of colors.

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Ownership and Diversity certifications relate to socioeconomic factors such as the demographics of an organizations ownership. Companies having these types of certifications may be given preference over large non-diverse organizations when it comes to bidding on government contracts. Some examples of ownership certifications include woman-owned and veteran owned.

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Other Certifications/Registrations are general compliances, memberships, agreements or qualifications that do not relate to a quality management system or to a companys ownership status. These may include certifications that are issued to individuals or an entire company. Other Certifcations/Registrations may or may not require third party verification; in some cases, an organization may self-certify by issuing a certificate of compliance to a given standard or regulation. Safety and security programs often fall into this group. Examples of other certifications/registrations include ITAR Registered and GSA Approved.

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Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) Suppliers serving Michigan

Rapid Prototyping Services: Laminated Object Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing: Fused Deposition Modeling

Rapid Prototyping Services: Selective Laser Sintering

Additive manufacturing utilizing laser sintering of glass-filled (GF) nylon powder. Maximum dimensions of 28 in. x 15 in. x 23 in. GF nylon powder has a density of 1.25 g/cc, tensile strength of 45 MPa, and heat deflection up to 280 degrees F. Industries served include aerospace, manufacturing, and automotive. Transparent and flexible parts available. Reverse engineering and CAD.

Salco Engineering & Manufacturing, Inc.

ISO 9001:2000 certified additive manufacturing services including 3D printing services. 3D printing services are available. Prototyping, tooling design and fabrication services are also available.

Custom plastic injection molding services. Capabilities include prototyping services, CNC machining and engineering.

Custom manufacturer of models and prototypes. Capabilities include CNC machining, rapid prototyping, thermoforming, molding, casting, finishing and painting. Materials handled include ABS, acrylic, aluminum, brass, copper, nylon, polycarbonate, polypropylene, wood and zinc.

ISO 9001:2008 certified rapid prototyping services including 3D printing. CNC machining & finite element analysis processes are also available. Functional prototypes, scale models, mock up models, core plugs, core boxes, mold cavity prototypes, thermoformed part molds, patterns, plastic part molds & visual prototypes in maximum size up to 10 in. x 14 in. x 8 in. (L x W x H) can be fabricated. Products prototyped include bearings, brake calipers, brake housings, diesel engine components & railroad components.

Ashland Foundry & Machine Works, Inc.

Manufacturer of steel and high alloy castings and machined products for various industries. Capabilities include Furan no-bake molding, core making, metal melting, mid-size horizontal and vertical turning, horizontal milling, and EDM machining. Also manufactures impellers. Services include in-house pattern shop, upgrade, heat treatment, painting, fabrication, and assembly. Has west coast capabilities available from West Coast Foundry LLC, located in Huntington Park, CA.

Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) Capabilities

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Provides a full spectrum of modeling & prototyping services to designers & engineers. Markets served include: product development, architectural, engineering check models, sales samples, trade shows and displays, training aids, human factor studies.

Product design rapid prototyping services such as 3D printing and CNC milling. Utilizes various programming languages and databases. Suitable for embedded systems in internet of things (IoT), telematics, and cloud applications. Serves the automotive, medical, industrial automation, military, educational, and government markets. Provides consulting, data transmission, cloud architecture, data analysis, and 24/7 call support services.

Custom 3D printing prototyping services. Materials worked with include aluminum, beryllium copper, brass, bronze, carbon steel, copper, ferrous, non-metallics, spring steel, stainless steel, steel, tempered steel, and more. Small to large components with thin or heavy gauges can be manufactured. Additional services include design, engineering, assembly, e-coating, plating, powder coating, tapping, and more. Industries served include agriculture, appliance, automotive/transportation/truck, biotechnology, construction, telecommunications, military, HVAC, industrial, marine, material handling, oil and gas pipeline, railroad, and more.

Additive manufacturing (3D Printing) services. Capable of printing prototypes using thermoplastics, aluminum, carbide, copper, steel, stainless steel, titanium, magnetics, and various alloys. Serves the aerospace, architectural, automotive, consumer, energy, and life science industries.

Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) Capabilities

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Three-dimensional (3D) printing services for the aerospace, automotive, consumer product, energy, medical, production tooling, and architectural industries. Also offers 3D scanning, reverse engineering, inspection, product design, and CAD services.

Industrial additive manufacturing and 3D printing services. Available with 14 microns minimum capacity. Materials worked with include ULTEM®, ABS, nylon, stainless steel, Inconel®, liquid photopolymer and more. Suitable for applications such as prototypes, medical devices, flight-certified production hardware, master patterns and much more. Layers as thin as 0.00055 in. can be printed. Serves the automotive, aerospace, consumer product, medical, and energy industries.

Project development and customized 3D printing services. Materials handled include ABS. Capabilities also include metal stamping, plastic injection molding, rapid prototyping, wire fabrication, light and sub assembly, printed circuit board assembly and painting.

Engineering & Manufacturing Services, Inc.

Provider of 3D printing and 3D scanning solutions for the aerospace, automotive, military, and consumer products industries. Services include 3D printing and scanning services. A licensed reseller of 3D printers and scanners as well.

Custom manufacturer of components and parts for aerospace, oil and gas, automotive and chemical industries. Capabilities include 3D printing, fabrication, CNC machining, wire EDM, heat treating, milling and drilling services. Materials handled include stainless steel, tool steel, cast iron and nickel, copper, cobalt and titanium alloys.

Additive manufacturing services including 3D printing. Types include color jet, multi jet, stereolithography, selective laser sintering and direct metal printing. Mechanical design, healthcare, architectural, engineering and construction, education, geospatial, entertainment, packaging and various other applications.

Provides additive manufacturing (3D printing) services. Capabilities include direct energy deposition manufacturing, laser metal deposition manufacturing, and friction stir processes. Precision CNC machining services also available, including lathe work.

Provides injection molding, tooling, rapid prototyping, and composites manufacturing. Assembly, painting and finishing, and engineering services also available. For medical and aerospace, defense, and industrial industries.

Custom manufacturer of check fixtures for tool and die shops. Products include gages, CMM holding and welding fixtures, models and prototype injection molds. Capabilities include compression molding, CNC machining, milling, drilling, band sawing and rapid prototyping.

Provides additive manufacturing (3D printing) services. Capabilities include rapid prototyping, stereolithography (SLA), laser sintering, fused deposition modeling (FDM), vacuum casting, reaction injection molding (RIM), and design and engineering services. Serving medical, aerospace, and industrial services, among others.

Manufacturer of 3D printing equipment. Rapid Prototyping tool for processing a great variety of biomaterials within the process of Computer Aided Tissue Engineering from scaffolds 3D CAD model to the physical 3D scaffold with a designed and defined outer form and an open inner structure.

Additive Manufacturing Solutions, LLC

3D printing services provided. Other services include modeling for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing, model creation, scanning, model geometry repair, drawing creation/detailing and data exchange.

Job shop services provided. Capabilities include CNC milling, lathe work, CAD/CAM machining and additive manufacturing. Additional services include reverse engineering, surface grinding and farming equipment repair.

Manufacturer of tooling for injection molds and compression molds, as well as tooling required for processing of thermoplastic resins. Capabilities include engineering, additive manufacturing, and sintering.

Electronics manufacturing services provided. Capabilities include printed circuit board assembly, surface mount technology, prototyping, printed circuit board layout and additive manufacturing. Additional services include mechanical, software and concept development.

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Custom Extrusions

Manufacturing custom extruded tubing and profiles are everyday business at Barbour Plastics. Send us your requirements and we will be pleased to submit a competitive proposal very quickly.

Manufacturing custom extruded tubing and profiles are everyday business at Barbour Plastics. Send us your requirements and we will be pleased to submit a competitive proposal very quickly.

Manufacturing custom extruded tubing and profiles are everyday business at Barbour Plastics. Send us your requirements and we will be pleased to submit a competitive proposal very quickly.

Manufacturing custom extruded tubing and profiles are everyday business at Barbour Plastics. Send us your requirements and we will be pleased to submit a competitive proposal very quickly.

Manufacturing custom extruded tubing and profiles are everyday business at Barbour Plastics. Send us your requirements and we will be pleased to submit a competitive proposal very quickly.

Barbour Plastics leads other plastic extrusion companies by driving product innovation as a key component in operating a successful business. Barbour Plastics is continuously coming up with new part designs, materials, and process improvements to improve upon the value we bring to our customers.

Although we manufacture many standard products, Barbour Plastics is constantly manufacturing custom tooling for specific customer requirements. Please contact us with your specific OEM quote requests.

Barbour Plastics manufactures and stocks many standard extruded products such as tubing, decorative edge trims, T-moldings, U-channels, corner trims and bumper products. Although we manufacture many standard products, Barbour Plastics is constantly manufacturing custom tooling for specific customer requirements. Our reputation as a capable high valued supplier for many fortune 500 companies comes from the ability to provide high quality extrusions and service at very low prices.

Barbour Plastics has been the leading manufacturer of quality marine-grade extrusions for over 30 years. We understand the marine environments and the expectations of our products, whether they are the Rubrails mounted to the outside of the boat or interior gallery components meant to withstand extreme hot and cold conditions.

For 125 years, Barbour Corporation has provided the highest quality products to all of its various customers. Whether your needs are in the shoe, boat, refrigeration, environmental, or furniture businesses, our products are sure to exceed expectations.