We cover some business in today’s 3D Printing Briefs, as Teton Simulation named a new CEO and ASTM International presented its William T. Cavanaugh Memorial Award. QuesTek received $1 million in funding from the Department of Energy and KBM Advanced Materials recently launched official operations. Then GE Aviation and GERead More →

In today’s 3D printing news, there’s an update on 3D printed homes in India, and a working 3D printed workspace is now at the Port of Rotterdam. Tangible Solutions is expanding its post-processing staff and equipment, and nScrypt has released its nStudio software for beta testing. Finally, Massivit just launchedRead More →

[ad_1] Five Extinction Rebellion protesters convicted of printing press blockade that prevented delivery of millions of newspapers Three men and two women are the first to be sanctioned following protests It comes after several other activists freed themselves from court over technicality The blockades have been criticized as an affrontRead More →

[ad_1] Police have made little effort to displace Extinction Rebellion protesters who were blocking the printing presses of Britain’s biggest newspapers, a court has heard. Five activists on trial for blocking the entrance to the Hertfordshire printing press have testified to the light approach taken by police during an 11amRead More →

[ad_1] Hertfordshire Police were called to court, later joined by a Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Team who ultimately freed Mr Norton, from Esplanade Gardens, Scarborough. A spokesperson for Hertfordshire Police later confirmed that a North Yorkshire man had been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage following a protest in court.Read More →

[ad_1] From a new 3D printer and price tag to exciting 3D printed products, we’ve got a random assortment of industry stories to share with you in today’s 3D printing news briefs. hui. So let’s go ! New Wizard 480+ 3D printer from APS Tech Solutions Austrian company APS technologyRead More →