The European Space Agency (ESA) has reached an agreement with Streago allowing it to use the Japan-based company’s secure, cloud-based 3D printing business and workflow management system.
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The Streago AirSpace service was created for industry verticals which group additive manufacturing workflows, business management functions, and machines. According to Streago, Airspace will allow customers to safely store and manage 3D design files, order, and quotations, and prepare and manufacture orders, while at the same time providing copyright protection.
In other 3D printing news, Jefferies analyst Jason North recently cut his price target for 3D Systems from $22 to $14 and from $60 to $50 for Stratasys. North made the move after surveying 30 resellers in the 3D printing industry. Changing Technologies is recruiting 3D designers as the launch date of its online 3D printing portal nears.
Changing Technologies Inc (CHGT: OTCQB) | CHGT’s Innovative Online 3D Printing Portal Draws Nearer to Launch
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