[ad_1] In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we start with a few business, as GoProto ANZ announced a major industry certification, and then Parmatech, 3DEO, and 6K each won awards for their technology. Moving on to interesting 3D printed products, a designer’s 3D printed vise can supposedly holdRead More →

Sandeep Bajaj, Founder and CMD, and Kaushik Nag, CEO – Flexibles and CPP at Jupiter Laminators explain why they chose the Bobst gravure press Please describe your business.Since its inception two decades ago as a modest manufacturer of converting machinery, Jupiter Laminators has earned an impeccable reputation asRead More →

[ad_1] In today’s 3D printing news briefs, we’ll tell you about a renowned case study award, and then some stories about 3D printing materials. Finally, we share news of a new joint venture and then recently launched AM technology. Read on for the stories! Renowned Aubin AM case study awardRead More →

SIX eco-warriors were today found guilty of blocking a newspaper printing press after they tried to muzzle the UK media. Extinction Rebellion protesters clogged a Hertfordshire motorway and prevented the distribution of 3.5million newspapers – including copies of The Sun. 5 The six Extinction Rebellion protesters found guilty of blockingRead More →

[ad_1] Six Extinction Rebellion protesters on trial for blocking the printing presses of some of the UK’s main newspapers have been found guilty. Activists appeared in St Albans Magistrates’ Court on Friday on charges of obstructing the motorway outside Newsprinters in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire on September 4, 2020. Judge Sally FudgeRead More →

[ad_1] Six Extinction Rebellion protesters who blocked a newspaper printing press in Broxbourne were today (Friday July 16) found guilty of obstructing the motorway. The protesters were conditionally released and fined after being found guilty by the St Albans Magistrates’ Court. The protest at the Newsprinters site owned by RupertRead More →

[ad_1] Six Extinction Rebellion protesters were slapped on the wrist and fined £ 150 after blocking a printing press of national newspapers in a protest that cost publishers more than £ 1million. Campaigners prevented 3.5 million newspapers from reaching readers when they used bamboo structures to prevent lorries from leavingRead More →

[ad_1] Will Holmes, future Magic Circle intern, examines the legal profession’s somewhat difficult track record with technology Johannes Gutenberg, reconstruction of 1904 – image credit Wikimedia Commons In the latest installment of a mini-series that offers a historical perspective on the legal dilemmas of the present, future Magic Circle internRead More →