In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re starting with metal, as RIT and Xerox team up to advance metal additive manufacturing with a new system installation. Moving on, Stratasys introduced new colorful materials for realistic applications. Then German researchers added anti-reflective coatings to 3D-printed micro-optical systems, and a Brazilian researchRead More →

In today’s 3D printing news, polySpectra and Keyland Polymer announced a strategic partnership, and KAERI has developed a 3D printer to fabricate larger nuclear components. Singapore researchers have created a low-cost imaging system to verify the quality of 3D printed metal parts. In Interesting 3D Printed Objects, UMaine claims itsRead More →

In today’s news on 3D printing, Oerlikon and the Technical University of Munich are jointly founding a state-of-the-art manufacturing institute. In bioprinting news, Fluicell has just launched a new system, a China-based joint research team has developed a six-axis bioprinting platform, and Cellink will work on scaling up of CollPlant’sRead More →

Evonik Laxxon Medical’s 3D screen printing technology produces tablets with different layers, allowing controlled dose delivery EVONIK, through its venture capital unit, has invested an undisclosed amount in Laxxon Medical, a US-based company that has developed pharmaceutical 3D printing technology that enables controlled release of active ingredients over time. Laxxon’sRead More →

In today’s 3D printing briefs, a proposed ASM standard will work to control the cleanliness of metal powder feedstock. Meltio announced an official business partner in Japan, Biohm announced a new suite of services, and Siemens NX added intelligence-driven design to its Xcelerator portfolio. Finally, Atherton Bikes breaks down theRead More →

We have an interesting consumer goods application to introduce you to in today’s briefs on 3D printing before we go to business in India, investment in metal 3D printing and breakthrough in bio-printing . Finally, we will end with the construction 3D printing. Aectual and BYBORRE 3D Printing Circular HangersRead More →

In today’s 3D printing news, we share the good news that the TCT Awards are back this year! Then on to business, as CORE Industrial acquired another manufacturing company, Meltio announced a North American business partner, and Canada’s advanced manufacturing supercluster is backing an all-Canadian partnership focused on additive manufacturing.Read More →

Business, post-processing, aviation, automotive and firearms – that’s what’s on the menu in today’s 3D printing news! AMT appointed Magnus René as Chairman of the Board, Optomec announced significant growth in orders for its electronic and metal 3D printers, and Protolabs launched vapor smoothing for its 3D printed parts. MIMORead More →

Today’s 3D printing briefs run the gamut, as B9Creations launched a super-accurate 3D scanner and SuperStile installed the Stratasys F770. A former Stratasys executive has joined the XJet team, Fintek plans to showcase its AM surface finishing solutions at an event, and titanium parts for a road bike are nowRead More →

We’re talking business, materials and education today in 3D Printing News Briefs as Caracol earned 9100 certification to produce advanced parts for the aerospace industry and Albemartle and 6K signed a joint development agreement. voestalpine is using a giant sand 3D printer for casting steel, Meltio has launched a rangeRead More →

We first talk about metal 3D printing in this week’s 3D printing brief, with pure copper powder that can be processed with SLS technology and the latest material for the Desktop Metal production system . Next, Darling Ingredients’ health brand is partnering with the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation, andRead More →

We start with business in today’s 3D printing briefs, as RadTech announced new board members and Ziggzagg invests in workflow automation technology from AM- Flow. Cults3D was recently in hot water on reddit over payment and personal information concerns. Moving on, OPEN MIND presented its latest hyperCAD/CAM software suite MILLRead More →

We’re kicking off today’s briefs on 3D printing with 3D software, as Materialize has integrated Siemens’ Parasolid with its own Magics software. Then The Virtual Foundry launched a metal 3D printer, a bioprinting startup integrated a disinfection system into its multi-material 3D bioprinting solution, and ENABLE 3D joined the ACAMRead More →

We’re starting with two acquisitions in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs and then a new Amazon e-commerce store for polypropylene filaments. Then we will discuss the software, the orientation of the printing and finish with the 3D printing for the preparation of the rhinoplasty surgery. Read on for the details!Read More →

In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we begin with stories from Aleph Farms and Orbex regarding their efforts to keep our planet healthy by working towards net zero carbon and building an environmentally friendly rocket, respectively. with 3D printed parts. Subsequently, Additive Assurance partnered with Volkswagen, and PennRead More →

We start with an unusual story in today’s 3D printing briefs, as mimiX Biotherapeutics, which launched its first acoustic bio-printer this week, noticed that Facebook’s new Meta logo looked terribly familiar. Subsequently, XJet has two new distribution partners in Europe and 3D LifePrints expands to the United States with aRead More →

Today’s 3D printing news briefs are a bit of everything, starting with a research paper on 3D printing tungsten carbide surfaces with extreme wear resistance. Next, a runner partnered with CRP Technology to 3D print custom sports running shoes, and Optomec delivered a million-dollar metal 3D printer for turbine repair.Read More →

Launching today’s 3D Printing Bulletins, Sartomer has launched a new global website with next-generation product search tools. Roboze welcomed two new members to its advisory board and 3D Solutions became an exclusive sales agent in France for Farsoon Europe. Finally, Autodesk recently released Netfabb 2022. Read on for more details!Read More →

To kick things off in today’s briefs on 3D printing, the STEM Careers Coalition launched new resources, together with industry-leading partners, and Digital Metal and Etteplan entered into a 3D printing design partnership. Subsequently, Stryker established an R&D 3D printing lab in Queensland. Finally, nScrypt received a patent to controlRead More →

In today’s 3D Printing Bulletins, ExOne and SSI are working together to boost volume production with metal binder jet 3D printing, and RadTech announced a new AM photopolymer alliance. Researchers from Texas A&M published a paper on their method of optimizing alloy properties for flawless metallic 3D printing. Finally, MITRead More →

We start with new materials in today’s 3D printing briefs, then move on to automation, bioprinting, and business. B9Creations introduced new resins for 3D printed molds and production parts, and 3DQue made automation capabilities available for the CR-10 and CR-6 SE 3D printers. Subsequently, BICO launched a contractual research offerRead More →

We are resuming our activities in this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, as VELO3D has further expanded its team and Evolve Additive Solutions has welcomed two new members of the Board of Directors. ASME announced a new venture to help accelerate digital transformation, and Branch Technology received a matchingRead More →

We start with extensive research into today’s 3D printing briefs, as scientists at Pusan ​​National University 4D print moisture sensitive polymers and 3D printed components help improve the performance of an electrochemical reactor. Astronomers 3D print portable stellar cribs, and we’re not talking about the kind where your baby fallsRead More →

In today’s 3D printing news, a new technology from the 3D printing industry is being tested at Curtin Malaysia, and three partners are working to make vehicles lighter. Researchers have developed a 3D-printable COVID test, and a US pilot will soon be launched for 3D-printed meatless burgers. Students 3D printRead More →

In today’s 3D printing briefs, Stratasys is the first founding partner of nFrontier’s Emerging Technology Center in Berlin, which seeks to become one of Europe’s premier facilities for emerging technologies creatively applied in software and hardware. Continuing, Auburn University used DM3D’s multi-nozzle DED 3D printing to make a rocket nozzleRead More →

In today’s 3D printing briefs, the first Formnext + PM South China is finally opening this week. In materials news, a biomedical company introduced what it calls the first gelatin purified and functionalized with phenol, and a California company is using corn husks and 3D printing to make furniture. Finally,Read More →

We start with the materials in today’s 3D Printing Bulletins, as XJet announced the commercial availability of alumina ceramics. Continuing, Raise3D announced the beta of ideMaker 4.2.0, and a new student at MIT won an IEEE scholarship for his self-replicating 3D printer. Stratasys 3D printed several components for Champion Motorsport’sRead More →

In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, PrintParts has appointed a new leader, and a blockchain-based 3D printing solution has been developed that will allow cryptographic protection of 3D design files. Then the Farsoon Flight HT403P system was used to customize functional auto parts. Finally, a 3D printed versionRead More →

In today’s 3D printing news briefs, we bring you an updated version of the software, followed by the announcement of a startup of a medical device using the micro AM Tera 250 system from Nanofabrica. Continuing medical news, Seattle Children’s Hospital recently used 3D printing to save a child’s life.Read More →

We’ve got deals, materials and more in today’s 3D printing news briefs, starting with Sandvik announcing the acquisition of DWFritz. Next, Xometry can now provide quotes for metal binder jetting instantly, and Sintavia has developed proprietary copper 3D printing technology. 3devo introduced its latest shredder. Finally, we have a greatRead More →

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 hold anyRead More →

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 award SMERead More →

Publication displays: 545 The advantages of wholesale printing include ease of ordering, quantity, color consistency, and price, as the customer does not need to do the printing themselves. Manufacturers produce wholesale prints in bulk and therefore are cheaper than most prints. Wholesale printing gives the opportunity to take the chanceRead More →

We’re all on the hardware news and research in this week’s 3D printing news briefs, and we end with a few business. First, BAE Systems uses large-scale 3D printing and carbon fiber reinforced resin to help produce a future combat air demonstrator, and Mechano showcased its new electrostatic dissipative photopolymerRead More →

First in this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, Alloyed received a hybrid AM research grant and researchers from the University of Minnesota developed a 3D printed spherical microfluidic device. Moving on, GE has completed testing on its first XA100 adaptive cycle aero engine. Finally, Silca is 3D printing metalRead More →

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 →

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 technology solutionsRead More →

In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we have physicists for 3D printing of magnets, a new company that 3D prints custom silicone sex toys, and a more ergonomic water pressure cleaning station for removal. support. Read on for all the details! 3D printing magnets and magnetic systems 3DRead More →

These are the business and the materials to start in this week’s 3D Printing News Briefs and then 3D Printing for Cultural Heritage. Dyndrite added two new members to its Developer Council, and Carbon introduced a new material, while KAUST 3D prints peptide-based hydrogel scaffolds for tissue engineering applications. Finally,Read More →

We have a little business news to share with you in today’s 3D printing news briefs, followed by new material news. Then there are two stories about the 3D technology used to transform stunning works of art into awesome 3D printed versions. Read on for the details! 3DPRINTUK maintains aRead More →

In today’s 3D printing briefs, we cover several different applications the technology can be used for: marine and military, electronics and medical research, and engines. New method of scanning and digital inspection for submarines saves time and money, while Israeli researchers have discovered how to achieve one-step 3D printing ofRead More →

In today’s 3D printing briefs, we cover business, software, construction, and more. Lincotek Medical continues its expansion program by investing in additive manufacturing. Xometry and Autodesk have partnered to launch a Fusion 360 application. The first 3D printed houses in Austin, Texas are hitting the market, and finally, Proto21 hasRead More →

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 →

We’re starting with a little business news in today’s 3D printing briefs as Azul 3D welcomes a new member to its advisory board and another industry event has been postponed due to health and safety issues. Subsequently, 3DP4M was established as a charity by the Jordanian government. ProGlove has completedRead More →

We start things off with a bit of construction 3D printing in today’s briefs, and then we get down to business. The first functional 3D printed villa in the Middle East was recently completed, while a construction company reported that it had 3D printed a building with reinforcement for theRead More →

We start with the big news in today’s 3D printing news brief, then move on to business and an exciting vacation deal. Markforged and Digital Metal both introduce new materials, and Link3D is expanding in the Nordic region. 3DQue has started shipping their Quinly kits for pre-sale and 3DEO hasRead More →

Preston Herrin, Strategy, Growth and Performance Consultant, will share his thoughts with readers of What they think magazine. Preston has held leadership and executive positions at fast growing companies like 4over LLC, Café Press and Drummond, and over his 30-year career his roles have spanned strategy, business development and executiveRead More →

In today’s 3D printing briefs, we talk about business, materials, and investing in a 3D printer. Nanofabrica has made a strategic hire and Forward AM is launching a new line of materials. Finally, Selfi3D has invested in the Stratasys J55 to produce more detailed 3D printed selfies. Nanofabrica Announces NewRead More →

With newly appointed executives at Sigma Labs and GoProto and B9Creations ranking high on a list of fast-growing private companies, we’re all business in today’s news on 3D printing. Sigma Labs Appoints Senior Director of Business Development QA software provider AM Sigma Labs has announced the appointment of industry veteranRead More →

Innovation in medical 3D printing continues to accelerate. Here are some of the main stories that caught our attention on Medical design and subcontracting and Mass device over the past year. June 2019 Digital manufacturing company Protolabs (Maple Plain, Minnesota) deploys metal 3D printing production capabilities. Materialize announced FDA clearanceRead More →

This week’s edition of Sliced, the summary of what’s happening in the 3D printing industry, features the UK’s first conviction for a 3D printing of a gun, new bioprinting technology and growing investments in 3D printed concrete houses in the Arabian Peninsula. We also cover the RESHAPE, PrinterPrezz, GE Additive,Read More →