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Deloitte Consulting says augmented and virtual reality, Internet of Things, advanced analytics and blockchain software offer the most promise in 2016.
3D printing seems to be hitting a stride, both in the small office and in larger corporations; even NASA has tried 3D printing in space
HP remains “by far the top supplier” of large format digital printing systems worldwide, despite global shipments declining.
With 2016 fast approaching, IT decision makers are eyeing several business technology trends that will shape the New Year.
"The early adopters who recognised the substantial cost and time-to-market benefits of 3D printing have carried the day."
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IDG CEO Michael Friedenberg's predictions for 2015.
The potential of 3D printers reaches beyond revolutionising the printing market and into transforming entire industrie
XYZprinting still needs to consider a heated print platform for better model adhesion.
This excellent 3D printer allows for the use of an array of polymers, but it's relatively expensive and can be fussy.
While not flawless, the Mini is reliable and produces good quality 3D builds.