Best of the Week in 3D Printing: Shoes, General Electric and Hyped Up Printer

Every Friday, ThreeD Materials picks 3 of the week's top stories from the world of 3d printing.  Some that we published and some from other news outlets:

1) DSW Puts 3D Printed Shoe Technology In-Store

A few months after announcing a strategic partnership, footwear retailer DSW and the 3d printed shoe experts over at Feetz are bringing their technology in-store.

2) Ultimaker Launches Dual Extrusion 3D Printer

There aren't many 3D printers out there that have two extruders for putting out two materials at once, and of those even fewer are ready to hit the market. But Ultimaker's latest device is up to the task.

3) Hedge Fund Looks to Derail General Electrics 3D Printing Acquisition

General Electric Co.'s$1.4 billion move to buy two European 3-D printing firms looks set to fail after the U.S. conglomerate said it wouldn't bow to pressure from one of the world's best known activist investors.

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