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HP Inc launches PageWide, Indigo, HP Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions

HP Inc. unveiled a range of digital printing solutions designed to empower print service providers (PSPs) to reinvent  their possibilities. With the largest exhibit space at the show (spanning the size of a football field in  Hall 17), HP  will feature more than 50 digital printing solutions from across its portfolio highlighting the innovation, speed, performance and power of digital printing. Visit for more news and information.

Autodesk Unveils Cloud-based Forge Initiative to Transform How Products are Designed, Made and Used

Autodesk announced Forge, an initiative to accelerate a cloud connected ecosystem in support of the future of making things. The initiative consists of three major components - a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering, a robust developer program, and a $100 million investment fund - all geared toward advancing the next wave of innovative technologies that will transform how products are designed, made and used.

Worldwide Shipments of 3D Printers to Reach More Than 490,000 in 2016

Worldwide shipments of 3D printers will reach 496,475 units in 2016, up 103 percent from the predicted 244,533 units in 2015, according to Gartner, Inc.'s latest forecast. 3D printer shipments are forecast to more than double every year between 2016 and 2019, by which time worldwide shipments are expected to reach more than 5.6 million.

Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE Forum Focused at Manufacturing Design and Innovation in India

Dassault Systèmes announced that industry leaders from businesses including Arvind Lifestyle Brands, Ashok Leyland, ITC Lifestyle & Retail, Mahindra and Mahindra, Myntra, NIFT, Pepper Square, Ansaldo Energia and more, will come together at the annual 3DEXPERIENCE Forum, 2015. The event is scheduled to be held in Bangalore and Mumbai on the 8 and 10 September respectively. Industry leaders will use the platform to discuss and share critical insights on the theme of sustainable innovation in India.

Autodesk Details Next Phase of Subscription Transition

Autodesk announced that after July 31, 2016, new commercial licenses of most Autodesk Design & Creation Suites and individual products will be available by subscription only. When this takes effect, the company will provide new, simplified subscription options so customers can access multiple products and share licenses as they do today — while gaining the simplicity, accessibility, and flexibility of subscription.

Medical Applications Are Leading Advancement in 3D Printing: Survey

Gartner said that 3D printing (3DP) technology has progressed rapidly in recent years, and that medical applications are leading to some of the most significant deployments of 3DP technology.

RICOH India jumps into 3D Printing & Scanning Solutions business

Ricoh India announced its foray into 3D printing and scanning solutions for manufacturing industry. The 3D Printing & Scanning solutions will revolutionize the way design & product development is being done in manufacturing sector. Using this solutions, manufacturing companies can democratize design and allow every designer to test proof of concept at his desk.

Autodesk launches 3D Design Tools for Indian Maker Community and Hardware Startups

Autodesk announced that its cloud-based CAD/CAM/CAE software called Fusion 360  is available for free in India for makers, creative hobbyists and SMBs working on a product that is not yet commercially available with revenues of less than USD 100,000 per year. This was announced at Autodesk University (AU) India 2015, which is the company’s annual event for India’s design and engineering industry. Autodesk also announced that it is teaming up with the Fab Foundation to make Autodesk's cloud and mobile software available to more than 500 Fab Labs around the world and their members. There are six Fab Lab centers in India that can benefit from this collaboration.

Stratasys opens 3D Printing Experience Center in Bangalore

Stratasys India announced the inauguration of its first 3D Printing Experience Center in Bangalore, India, strengthening local footprints and providing wider access of the technologies and applications to the market; aimed at addressing the growing demand the company observes in India. The establishment signifies Stratasys’ commitment to the region.  Fully-facilitated with Stratasys full product range, the Center offers local businesses an opportunity to gain better insights into the value of 3D printing solutions.

Autodesk'sTinkerplay App to Make 3D Design and 3D Printing Fun

Autodesk launched Tinkerplay, a free app designed for kids of all ages that introduces creative play through 3D design and 3D printing.
The Tinkerplay app is based on the popular Modio app, which Autodesk previously acquired, and will join the Tinkercad family of products. The Tinkerplay app allows users to design and customize characters and creatures digitally with the option to 3D print afterwards. The 3D printed parts can also be snapped together for dynamic play. With this launch, new parts, features and functionality have been added to make the world of 3D design simple, fun and engaging.

Business Trust in Data Security in the Cloud at an all-time low

Data security and trust in cloud-based services are a rapidly growing concern for IT decision makers within large organisations, according to a new global study from BT.  While 70 per cent of those surveyed are adopting cloud storage and web applications within their business, their confidence around cloud security is at an all-time low. Yet despite this, 50 per cent say they have adopted mass market ‘consumer’ cloud services, rather than those designed specifically for the enterprise. The new study explores the attitudes to, and use of, cloud-based services of IT decision makers from enterprise organisations in 11 countries and regions around the world

3D Printing Helps Bring Makers’ Ideas to Life

Maker Movement, which signifies the emerging trend of do-it-yourself digital manufacturing, has spurred an avalanche of people in India who are now becoming creators of their own products.
One of the key forces accelerating the Maker Movement is 3D printing, which is now making its way into mainstream India. The drive behind the expanding market lies in the technology’s growing affordability and immense possibilities for applications. The rewarding experience of creating physical products transcends beyond a commercial standpoint when products are made to significantly improve other people’s lives.