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3D Hubs’ April Trend Report is Here!

by • April 5, 2016 • No Comments

  • Every month, 3D Hubs puts out another Trend Report which gives a one-of-a-kind insight into the world of 3D printing of their huge (now) ~30k users. And, since the distributed making network has introduced industrial machines, they’re not just able-bodied to add the experiences of computer users, but pro users as well. The April Trend Report is now here and, as always, provides a excellent overview of the 3D printing space, all free of charge.

    Uniquely, this month, the Trend Report takes a appear at 3D modeling software, a topic just covered once preceding by 3D Hubs. SolidWorks is the many talked about program, far ahead of Autodesk Fusion 360. Because of the sheer number of Autodesk programs on their list (including 123D, AutoCAD, and Inventor), yet, the two software giants are yet neck and neck overall. Dassault Systémes’ CATIA in addition ranks as the third many utilized program. Blender holds its own at number 4, demonstrating which open source is yet competitive aacquirest the modeling monopolies.

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    As for computer printing equipment, the BCN3D SIGMA of Spain climbed to the top of the rankings, interestingly adequate. 3D Systems leads the industrial charts with their ProJet machines. Ultimaker 2+ and the Da Vinci 1.0 PRO are the two many trending printing equipment at the time. New York and Los Angeles go on to be the two many talked about 3D printing cities in the world. Ultimaker and MakerBot remain the many talked about machines, with the Replicator 2 dominating in North America and Ultimaker 2 in Europe and the Asia Pacific region.

    To acquire additional insight of the report, head over to the 3D Hubs page here and take a appear. There can be a lot additional to come as the distributed making network grows with every month, so remain tuned for upcoming month’s Trend Report, as well.

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