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More Thinking About 3D Printing: Insights from CloudDDM, SAP, Source3 and UPS

by Pete Basiliere  |  January 19, 2016

2% of $1.8 trillion. Imagine if $36 billion of inventories were 3D-printed — in the USA alone. Following on my previous post, here are some thoughts on what several CES and...

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Thinking About 3D Printing: Insights from Carbon3D, HP and Voxel8

by Pete Basiliere  |  January 13, 2016

3D print tech providers talked industrial 3DP at CES, not just consumer uses. What were they saying? The TCT conference on 3D printing (3DP) took up nearly a full day...

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3D Printing at CES: Hardware and Innovation

by Pete Basiliere  |  January 11, 2016

A study in contrasts — CES had the most number of 3D printing technology providers ever and the two biggest players had dramatically different exhibits. Stratasys and its MakerBot subsidiary...

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From Junk Mail to Junk Social — When “Measurables” Trump Meaningful Content

by Pete Basiliere  |  January 6, 2016

You’ve seen them — social media ads that have absolutely NOTHING to do with your interests. Useless ads on websites are everywhere online. Even places like Pandora and Facebook, which...

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Your Home Will Be Connected. Here Are Three Options.

by Pete Basiliere  |  May 1, 2015

Innovation in the connected home environment is flourishing, leading to more intelligent and integrated connected home platforms. Based on the 2014 Gartner consumer survey, 16% of U.S. online households (equivalent...

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Gartner Cool Vendors in 3D Printing, 2015

by Pete Basiliere  |  April 17, 2015

Our five Cool Vendors exemplify 3D printing's new dynamic: vibrant startups challenging established players. 3D printing (also known as "additive manufacturing") is 30 years old. For the first 20 years,...

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CES and Consumer 3D Printing — To the Mainstream!

by Pete Basiliere  |  January 11, 2015

More exhibitors, new printers and exciting applications at CES prove consumer 3D printing is moving beyond the hype. We will — indeed, we must — still pass through the “Trough...

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CES 2014 and 3D Printing - The End of Technology Evangelism?

by Pete Basiliere  |  January 12, 2014

Sometimes bad weather and cancelled travel plans work to your advantage. I could not make my way to Las Vegas for last week's Consumer Electronic Show because of the debilitating...

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CES and 3D Printers - Beware of the Hype and Aware of the Reality

by Pete Basiliere  |  January 6, 2014

The best laid plans sometimes go awry – especially when sub-freezing temperatures are involved. My trip to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was abandoned due to the cold weather gripping...

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Wearable Electronics at CES

by Angela Mcintyre  |  January 15, 2013

I was looking out for wearable electronics at CES. Here are some that caught my attention… Aftershokz (www.aftershokz.com) - bone (tissue) conduction headset sits in front of the ear. Let’s...

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