Mike Titsch

Editor-in-Chief
editor@3dprinterworld.com
As editor for 3D Printer World, Mike tracks industry news and developments across a broad range of topics. He is an IT professional and analyst, software developer, 3D modeler and 3D printing enthusiast.  Prior to launching 3D Printer World, Mike was an IT and marketing consultant and before that, the Technical Director of Virgo Publishing, LLC, a magazine publisher and events company.

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Stratasys Announces Objet1000 Plus

Stratasys has released the details of its latest Objet and it is huge. Weighing in at a whopping 2.4 tons and measuring 9.4 x 6.9 x 6.4 feet, the new Objet 1000 Plus retains...

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Spiderbot, Spiderbot, Does Whatever a Spiderbot Does

To those who asked about me at the 3D printing show last week, sorry I missed you. I'll be on the show floor at Siggraph, if any of you plan to attend.

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Filastruder Smashes Kickstarter Goal

Florida-based Filastruder's at-home filament making machine has been warmly received on Kickstarter, approaching $50,000 in funding near the end of its second day, humbling the original goal of $5,000. The project was fully funded in one hour.

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Pinshape Partners with 3DPrinterOS for Secure Cloud Printing

3D printing marketplace Pinshape has announced a strategic partnership with online 3D printing software provider 3DPrinterOS, the purpose of which is to allow users to stream designs... [read more]

Mebotics Plans Machine Shop in a Box

Massachusetts-based Mebotics has announced plans to crowd fund a CNC device called the Microfactory, described as "A machine shop in a box." The company intends to use Kickstarter to try to raise the cash required to hire production staff and obtain bulk pricing on parts.

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