We start today with business in 3D printing briefs, talking about Auburn University’s additive manufacturing accelerator and vector photonics leading the BLOODLINE consortium, which I promise , is not as strange as its name suggests. Next, Siemens Energy found a way to use 3D printing to upgrade turbine blades ratherRead More →

Business first in today’s 3D printing briefs, before moving on to other topics, like hybrid systems, new filaments, and interesting 3D printed products. Massivit is about to go public on the Israeli stock exchange. Romi showcased a range of hybrid manufacturing systems comprising both traditional machining operations and metallic 3DRead More →

In today’s 3D printing briefs, we have some interesting research papers to show you, followed by a software release, a small autonomous robot, and how 3D printing and scanning can be used to help Olympic athletes stay on top. of the pack. Hybrid Structural Electronic 3D Printing Schematic illustration ofRead More →

K1 Packaging Group recently installed a Landa S10 nanographic printing press. The Landa S10 breaks through color, speed and substrate barriers using the nanographic printing process, Landa’s exclusive application of nanotechnology for digital printing. K1’s Landa S10 – which prints up to 6,500 sheets per hour – is the firstRead More →