Venture Funding For 3D Printing Start-Ups

Posted by on Jan 26, 2014 in Slideshow

Venture Funding For 3D Printing Start-Ups

Why jump start your project on a crowdfunding platform that isn’t designed for makers and investors in 3D Printing? Your Hobby: Inventor, Maker, Innovator, Entrepreneur You’ve Got: An Idea, A 3D Printer, A Prototype, A Company You’re Motived By: Accomplishment, Empowerment, Lifestyle You Need: Money, Advice, Connections Visit 3D Printing Ventures...

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Cool & Custom Eyewear

Posted by on Dec 12, 2013 in Eyewear, Slideshow

Cool & Custom Eyewear

Protos providing the perfect pair of eyeglasses to fit your facial features. Gain access to deal flow. Discover innovative companies that harness 3D printing technology. Get direct access to the company’s management team. View Portfolio of 3D Printing...

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Why Invest In 3D Printing?

Posted by on Nov 25, 2013 in Investing, Slideshow

Why Invest In 3D Printing?

Bioprinting, Aerospace and Consumer Products are just some of the investment opportunities in 3D Printing. Gain access to deal flow. Discover innovative companies that harness 3D printing technology. Get direct access to the company’s management team. Invest as little as $1,000 as an accredited investor. Visit Investing in 3D Printing...

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Future Manufacturing

Posted by on Feb 24, 2013 in Manufacturing, Slideshow

Future Manufacturing

Compressed timelines from design to finished product accelerates adoption of new consumer products. There will be less “big manufactured” goods. Specialty manufacturing will take some of that industry away. There will be less manufacturing jobs. If audiologists can print on site and on demand, what happens to the people in the hearing aid factory? Less shipping. Instead of placing the washer in the envelope and sending it, I (or my local hardware store) can print it when I need it. Companies will keep lower inventory levels. The big, big, big, big MBA term is “supply chain disruption.” OK. That’s a fancy-schmancy way of saying “I don’t have to stock the washers for a 1956 Porsche.” Rapid prototyping. This term was used before. However, with the technology being more affordable, it means rapid sample orders as well. Firms can still place the order for 1 million washers to be produced in China. But I can get 1,000 washers to my biggest customer right away. Visit How to 3D Print...

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Mass Customization

Posted by on Jan 24, 2013 in Slideshow

Mass Customization

The 21st century’s industrial revolution is all about high volume manufacturing for customized orders. Mass customization is key to the future of 3D printing and may turn out to be the main market opportunity for 3D...

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