"I found the information on M3D that I read during my research, and subsequent reading, to be fascinating. The point of the paper was to discuss innovations in our world and in particular within the field of engineering. [...] I see a huge segment for this product and can easily visualize the technology as a household device as much as the traditional printer, with major corporate implications as well."
We have progressed so far since launch and we want to thank you all for your support. There are some 11th hour issues still to be dealt with and we will be going over them below, but with Pros starting to move down the production line, a major milestone has been reached. With the first Alpha units shipping and the first combined tier of Kickstarter and Indiegogo early access surveys going out, we think it’s a moment to savor for a second. We are happy to report that all has been going according to plan, even though there were delays to the original timeline.
This article is focused on the 3D printing industry and its anticipated trends going forward, as discussed by M3D's CEO Michael Armani. Michael compares 3D printers to monochrome 8-bit computers in terms of technological development, describes 3D printers of the future, and projects M3D's expansion into new fields.
The M3D team travelled to Austin, TX for SXSW and wanted to share some of our favorite pictures.
These shoes can be 3d printed in mass cheaply with today's technology and they're actually really comfortable. Is this a game changer? Will they be the next Jordan air?
Looking out from our booth.