How Carbon Redefined Customer Service In 3D Printing

Forrester IT

We recently published a case study about Carbon, a 3D printing company known for its innovative technology and, now, its proactive customer service model. 3d printing customer centricity 3D printing customer experience customer feedback customer service real-time dataOver the course of several months, we spoke with the Carbon team and asked them how they use IoT data that stream from its printers to predict customers’ problems before they […].

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Growing possibilities for 3D printing

Computer Weekly

As 3D printing disrupts business and technology mandates, CIOs can gain new relevance as business enablers

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Adobe’s Artificial Intelligence And 3D Offerings Drive Creative Efficiency And Scalable Experiences

Forrester IT

age of the customer application development & delivery artificial intelligence (AI) customer experience 3D Adobe allen bonde conference content creative DAM digital asset management Marketing max Nick BarberAt Adobe’s annual MAX creativity conference, the company made multiple announcements across its Creative Cloud portfolio that are designed to create incremental improvements to creative processes.

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Reprinting the Middle East in 3D

Computer Weekly

3D printing is being used in the UAE in a number of industries, and is becoming a regional hub for a technology that could help rebuild war-torn parts of the Middle East

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Vricon: The world in 3D


a leading global provider of high-resolution earth imagery solutions, launch the joint venture – Vricon Inc. – to produce photo-realistic 3D products and digital elevation models globally for enterprise and government geospatial markets with unmatched coverage and delivery timelines.

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3D printing makes headway in healthcare and manufacturing in Singapore

Computer Weekly

3D printing is increasingly being used in Singapore, with hospitals and manufacturers early adopters of the technology

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3D printing gets serious in the Netherlands

Computer Weekly

3D projects abound in the Netherlands, with the technology being applied to canal bridges, bicycles, ship components and buildings

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3D Printing… At Home?


CTO Research 3D printing Apple Kickstarter Micro Printers Silicon Valley Twitter Wall Street I’ve written about tech waves before – in the last ten years, cell phones, online commerce, social networks, smartphones, laptops, and tablets have risen from obscurity to ubiquity. By capitalizing on these waves, the earnings and popularity forward-thinking companies (think Amazon, Apple, Twitter) have skyrocketed.

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3D printing proves a disruptive force in Asean manufacturing

Computer Weekly

3D printing adoption is set to accelerate in Southeast Asia after a delayed start

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3D Printing: What should CIOs do?

CIO Dashboard

Innovation initiatives and interest in 3D printing are at an all-time high. In our recent analysis we forecast that 3D printing will change the game when it pivots from prototyping to producing finished products or product components. Technology Innovation 3D printing CIO cios

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Singapore models entire country in 3D with smart map

Computer Weekly

Singapore authorities are creating 3D maps of the entire country to help organisations in the public and private sector make better planning decisions

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Intel, Micron: New 3D NAND Flash Triples Memory Capacity

Data Center Knowledge

Intel Storage 3D NAND flash memory micron Joint venture says new super-dense memory tech now generally available Read More.

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Nike and BMW pilot HP Inc's first 3D printer

Computer Weekly

HP Inc rolls out its first 3D printer, with hopes that it will revolutionise manufacturing

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Intel leak reveals plans for more Optane 3D Xpoint products

Computer Weekly

We run the rule over 3D Xpoint and what it offers enterprise customersLeaked Intel slides show 900P products to be launched at end of October with half a million IOPS per card.

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3D XPoint et al to force architecture and software changes

Computer Weekly

New solid state technologies such as 3D XPoint will be a second tier of memory, bringing change to hardware architectures and software to be rewritten, says SNIA solid state group chair

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Two-thirds of educators say 3D printing is hard for teachers to use

Computer Weekly

Many schools and educational establishments are implementing 3D printing technologies to help with the curriculum, but teachers are struggling to use the technology

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Are CIOs Ready To Enter The World Of 3D Printed Metal Objects?

The Accidental Successful CIO

As companies start to print 3D metal objects, the CIO is going to be involved Image Credit: gillyan9. What Is 3D Metal Printing. I’m hoping that we are all familiar with so-called “3D printing” by now. All of this changes when you introduce 3D metal printing.

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Google Adopts 3D Touch As Apple Is Rumored to Kill It


Apple may be killing 3D Touch but, according to the latest developer documentation for Google’s new Android Q operating system, it seems that the Mountain View company may be re-implementing the feature as something called “Deep Press”. 3D Touch and Deep Press refer to the user ability to press harder on a user interface element — […].

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How 3D printing will disrupt industry worldwide

Computer Weekly

The technology is helping startups model prototypes and inventory suppliers lop millions from supply chain costs

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Toshiba, SanDisk Unveil 256 Gigabit 48-Layer 3D NAND Chip

Data Center Knowledge

SanDisk's 3D NAND built using TLC (triple-level) die slated for mass production at Toshiba's new Fab 2 facility in Japan Read More. Storage sandisk toshiba

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Intel Micron 3D XPoint Evolving

Storage IO Blog

Intel Micron 3D XPoint Evolving Intel Micron 3D XPoint Evolving Major memory classes or categories timeline (Image via Intel and Micron) Co-Creators of 3D XPoint the next generation of non-volatile memory (NVM) also known as storage class memory (SCM) or Persistent Memory (PMEM) have announced they will complete joint development of second-generation technology, then pursue […] The post Intel Micron 3D XPoint Evolving appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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3D Printing: The Next Big Thing in the Internet of Things


Read Swamini Kulkarni’s article about how the Internet of Things can help in 3D printing on RFID Journal : Since the beginning of time, mankind has been focused on how to reduce human labor and how to upgrade life activities by developing survival tools.

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5 New Tech Inventions


This includes a space-saving 3D printer, a device that transforms your TV into a touch enabled device, plus a new easy way to browse the internet, completely anonymously. Video 3D modeling 3D printing 3D Systems AIRPod Consumer Electronics ShowMichael Johnson.

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Hacked 3D printers could commit industrial sabotage

Network World

3D printers can churn out toys, clothing and even food. Imagine a car maker using 3D printers to manufacture components, only to have the parts contain defects that are undetectable until it’s too late. A hacker with access to the 3D printers could make that happen, a team of researchers wrote in a recent paper. But the technology also shows potential for use in industrial sabotage, researchers warn.

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3D Printing Technologies and Uses


3D printing gives you ability to hold your ideas in your hand. With access to 3D modeling software you can create detailed designs. Microsoft kinect can be used for 3D scanning to make detailed scale models of real life objects.

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Top Best 3D Combat Car Racing Games


Information Technology Blog - - Top Best 3D Combat Car Racing Games - Information Technology Blog. Here people are installing these best 3D combat car racing games on their smartphone & desktops and spending hours daily to level up in the game. Death Racing Rivals 3D.

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Emerson Adds Data Center Cooling Management in 3D

Data Center Knowledge

Latest release of Trellis DCIM software suite features device-level visualizations of thermal conditions Read More. Cooling DCIM News Emerson Network Power

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IDG Contributor Network: 3D printers hackable via smartphone

Network World

A smartphone’s built-in sensors can be used to swipe important intellectual property, such as product models and prototypes, by reading a combination of acoustic traces and electromagnetic energy as a 3D printer’s print head moves across a platen. Also on Network World: 3D printers wide-open to hacking + To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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We’re looking for 3D talent! …to help create a 3D free-form mind mapping tool

Trends in the Living Networks

In fact I first wrote about the potential of 3D for concept representation and communication 14 years ago, in the late 1990s. Users will be able to move around and fly through the 3D “thoughtscapes” they create, and share them with the world in a variety of formats.

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New Tech: What I Took Away From The American Graphene Summit

Forrester IT

3d printing age of the customer automotive emerging technology energy & utilities Innovation Manufacturing innovation nanotechnology New Tech Tech-Driven InnovationGraphene will (eventually) affect all of us whether we know it or not.

3D printing hack: Researchers crash drone with sabotaged propeller

Tech Republic Security

Researchers from three universities recently completed an attack on a 3D additive manufacturing system, highlighting the impact of potential security vulnerabilities in such systems

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3D map shows how the coronavirus is spreading worldwide

Tech Republic Security

A UN aviation agency uses GIS software to track transmission lines while 20 US airports set up screening centers

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Is 3D TV dangerous?

Trends in the Living Networks

He was on interviewed on the 7pm Project last night about the dangers of 3D TV ( see the video here ) so we chatted about that. Mark has been involved in 3D for close to two decades, most famously in creating Virtual Reality Modelling Language (VRML), and before that helping Sega to develop a head-mounted display in the 1990s. This is why the 3D of films doesn't feel quite right. So it seems that the 3D TV manufacturers think there's an issue here.

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Cloud ERP leveraged as 3D printing company grows

IT Toolbox

Carbon, a 3D-printing tech start-up with a novel liquid twist, made do for its first couple of years with a divergent collection of software to keep track of its growing business. But in 2015, when the moment came to implement a fully-integrated ERP system, executives quickly chose to be in the cloud. And because they wanted applications for HR, financials, supply chain, a service

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The Top 3 3D Pens for 2016


So, pens and 3D printers no longer need to be separate items. You can create 3D images on the go, using a 3D pen. We tested the three most popular 3D pens. Still, you should know that this pen is the classiest 3D tools. We are living in the future.

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