RAPID CITY, S.D. (Oct. 8, 2018) – B9Creations, a global provider of professional 3D printing solutions, announced today the launch of B9Captivate, a software suite that empowers users to develop custom material settings perfectly engineered for their application – helping them optimize for both the properties and performance of their 3D printer materials and the geometry of their parts.
RAPID CITY, S.D. (Sept. 27, 2018) – iMakr and B9Creations partnered with O2, one of the largest mobile phone networks in Europe, to deliver an experience unlike any other for the pre-order launch of the new iPhoneXS. Using an Artec 3D scanner and B9Creations 3D printing platform, iMakr and O2 scanned and printed 150 VIP guests live in three locations across the United Kingdom – London, Birmingham and Manchester.
B9Creations was nominated by popular vote for 3D Printing Industry's "2018 Personal 3D Printer of the Year (other)." 3D Printing Industry asked its readers to nominate the individuals and enterprises leading the additive manufacturing and 3D printing world, receiving more than double the number of nominations compared to 2017. The shortlists spanned all areas of the 3D printing ecosystem – from medical, aerospace and creative applications to 3D scanning, software and materials.
B9Creations has been named the 2018 Exporter of the Year by the Small Business Association, for the State of South Dakota and Region VIII, encompassing South Dakota, Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming. The South Dakota-based company was officially recognized during National Small Business Week, an annual event honoring the accomplishments and contributions of the best small businesses in the nation.
RAPID CITY, S.D. (March 23, 2018) – B9Creations, a global provider of 3D printing solutions, has received a minority investment from Mitsui Chemicals (Tokyo: 4183), a Japan-based company owned by the Mitsui Group conglomerate that counts Toshiba and Toyota among its companies. As an integral part of Mitsui’s Healthcare Division, the partnership positions B9Creations as a market leader in the dental and healthcare industry.
Leadership and staff of software company Pixel Pines will join B9Creations, a global provider of professional 3D printing solutions based in the Black Hills, in a statement announced today. Pixel Pines Partner Brian Butterfield will join B9Creations as Vice President of Product Management, joined by Pixel Pines Partner Pat Honeycutt who will serve as B9Creations’ Vice President of Product Development, with the remainder of Pixel Pines’ staff joining the B9Creations Product Development organization.
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The launch of the iPhone XS was heralded by a launch event from iMakr and B9Creations and the O2 mobile network. To celebrate the iPhone XS’ focus on individuality, 150 O2 VIPs in London, Birmingham and Manchester, were given the opportunity to be scanned and 3D printed in miniature on the B9Creations B9 Core 550. Read the full article on 3D Printing News.
A local company sent their printers overseas for the new iPhone XS launch. B9Creations provides professional 3D printing supplies and printers. When they were approached with the chance to show what 3D printing can do at an iPhone launch in England, they jumped at the opportunity.
CEO of B9Creations, Shon Anderson discusses the importance of local businesses using internships as a talent pipeline for South Dakota’s workforce. The company employs interns from both Black Hills State and School of Mines, and several have become full-time employees. He says internships offer businesses a mutually beneficial relationship. “It goes back to creating good opportunities for people to stay here in South Dakota and have a rewarding career, have opportunities to grow and do what they do best, and if we can leverage their talents and their abilities and their motivations, it’s a win-win.” Read the full article on SDPB.
"Small, literally in a basement, launched on Kickstarter by a man with a vision and a passion," said Shon Anderson, CEO of B9 Creations. Six years later, B9Creations is now one of the leading 3-D manufacturers in the area. Designing it's B9 Core Series of personal three-dimensional printers just last year, their products enable companies to print products at a dashing speed with high resolution on a global scale including jewelry, medical devices, and prototypes." Read more at Black Hills Fox.
B9Creations is featured on the front page of the Rapid City Journal in recognition of its new investment shot from Mitsui Chemicals and local background. Read more here.
The International Business Times, a world business news resource, shares B9Creations' exciting news about their recent gain in support from Mitsui Chemicals, a subsidiary of Mitsui Group, in the form of a minority investment. Read more here.
The Pittsburgh Post Gazette highlights the minority investment B9Creations gains from global company, Mitsui Chemicals, in order to gain global leadership in healthcare materials fields such as dental, vision, medical & robotics. Read more here.
3D Printing Industry recognizes B9Creations' minority investment by Mitsui Chemicals, a subsidiary of the Mitsui Group in their 3D printing news. Read it here.
A Rapid City technology startup has partnered with an industrial giant to expand its worldwide reach. See the full story at Newscenter 1.
The atmosphere of South Dakota School of Mines & Technology is one of extreme talent, innovation, and the know-how to develop ideas into global powerhouses, like B9Creations. The Hardrock Alumni Magazine features B9Creations' success in an article of their Winter/Spring 2018 Edition. Download the magazine and read more about the work of our very own local talent and SDSM&T grads.
3D Printing Industry asked the CEO’s, CTO’s, analysts, and other additive manufacturing leaders for their perspective on the most important events in the 3D printing industry this year. See what our CEO saw as one of the biggest industry shifts in 2017.
"It's not just about the technical side, it is about creating opportunities for South Dakotans,” said Shon Anderson, Vice President of B9 Creations. B9 Creations may be tucked away on the School of Mines campus, but the company is creating printers of the future. 3-D printing capabilities are no longer out of reach for consumers. Read more at KOTA TV.
South Dakota has been plagued for years by "brain drain," as many of the state's best and brightest leave for better jobs and opportunity. However, one Rapid City business wants to change that by revolutionizing American manufacturing to cut waste and increase competitiveness. See the full story at NewsCenter1.