This edition of Rapid 3D Printing News brings you 3D printing news from Markforged & Desktop Metal Lawsuit, Arkema Center of Excellence, Multi-State Lawsuit against 3D Printed Guns & Amazon launches its own 3D printer filament Markforged cleared of patent infringement claims by jury; Five violations are still pending Above:Read More →

look: Kelley Holmes and Richard Romano talk about the exciting news! WTT Media, the parent company of WhatTheyThink.com, today announced that Printing News Group is joining the organization to strengthen the industry’s most comprehensive independent news and analysis platform with print and digital media spanning commercial printing, wide format, labels,Read More →

Kelley Holmes, a 25-year publishing veteran, acquires the B2B assets of PrintingNews.com, Printing News, Inkjet’s Age and Wide-Format & Signage from Endeavor Business Media for an undisclosed amount. The team will be retained. “The printing industry is an incredibly dynamic field that is redefining itself by spanning multiple industries includingRead More →

Who will win the space race: Blue Origin or SpaceX? Can Classroom Teachers Become 3D Printing Experts? Would you wear 3D printed lingerie? How can additive manufacturing restore historic pieces of art? These questions and more from MakerBot, AIDC, RP Support, Digital Metal, Tanked, MTC, Xometry in this edition ofRead More →

3D printing news to be decided this week includes Create O&P, German RepRap, Humanetics, Manufacturing Technology Center, NewPro 3D and many more. A space for additive manufacturing Coventry Manufacturing Technology Center (MTC), a leading independent research and technology organization behind the additive manufacturing skills repositoryhas been selected by the world’sRead More →

Today in Sliced: Additive Industries, Arcam, SHINING 3D, TechMed 3D, Haydon Kerk, TU Delft, Tim van Broekhoven, Danish Technological Institute, Untika, TU Delft, Carnegie Mellon University, Optomec, Ethereal Machines, Porimy, Innoviz , the Air Force Research Laboratory, REGEMAT 3D, Austrian Space Forum, Neri Oxman, Iris Van Herpen, Complete 3D scanningRead More →

This edition of 3D printing news features stories from Tumaker, 3Devised, Carbon, Ultimaker, Abergower, EnvisionTEC, ColourFabb, Sintratec, Authentise, Cellink, Team Steampunk 1577, FIRST Robotics Competition, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, University of Maryland College Park, NASA, Bradley University, MakerSat, Yhnova, Batiprint, Bouygues, Municipality of Amsterdam, Circular exposure,Read More →

This edition of 3D printing news stories from Formlabs, EOS, Dremel 3D, LulzBot, Laser Prototypes Europe, re: 3D, GKN, Royal DSM, Konica Minolta, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Ohio State University, Adafruit, XRobots, Joris Laarman Lab and Twindom. Brain waves, dental trays and focusing rays Scientists from the Southwestern Medical CenterRead More →

Today in Sliced ​​we have an update on the latest developments in 3D printing in research, business, engineering, medicine, and design. This includes: NASA, NURBS, RangeVision 3D scanners, University of Southern Denmark, MVJ College of Engineering, Fracktal Works, EOS, North Carolina State University, Shiro Studio, Gloria Material Technology Corp, ThermalRead More →

3D printing news to be decided today includes: 3D Hubs, IKEA, Bea Åkerlund, DyeMansion, Materflow, Wazp, Roboze, Inovsys, Fridman Gallery, Spatial and Made in Space. 3D Hubs Announces 2017 Student Scholarship Winners Online 3D printing platform 3D Hubs has announced the winners of its annual student scholarship competition. The $500Read More →

This roundup of 3D printing news features Lockheed Martin, Harford Community College, Jesse Garant Metrology Center, MakerBot, America Makes, SLM Solutions, DisTech Automation, Leapfrog, Formlabs, Porsche, and Duke University. Lockheed Martin funds $1 million advanced manufacturing center Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU Denver) recently received help from a $1Read More →

Cutting through the latest 3D printing news, featuring: FATHOM, Desktop Metal, Additive Industries, Kaak Group, ETH Zurich, Sculpteo, EOS, RSC2, CSIRO, Lezar3D and Metal Gear Solid. Fathom becomes Diamond Partner with Desktop Metal North American company FATHOM has announced that it will resell and support Desktop Metal’s upcoming Studio SystemRead More →

The Cable spent a morning at the Letterpress Collective to catch a glimpse of an industry that had almost disappeared… Photos: Dean Ayotte With thanks to Nick Hand & Ellen Bills (Letterpress Collective), Mike Richardson (Bristol Radical History), Charlotte Biszewski (Bristol Set in Print). The history of printing in BristolRead More →

Polestar, the UK’s largest independent printer, has been placed in receivership after losing a key contract with Daily Mail publisher DMG Media, putting around 1,500 jobs at risk. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) was appointed a director of Polestar, which fell under administration yesterday (Wednesday). and began the search for a potential buyer.Read More →

Luxion, a leader in the development of advanced rendering and lighting technologies, has announced a new partnership with 3D printing stalwart 3D Systems. The partnership aims to make Luxion’s proprietary KeyShot technology the standard rendering solution embedded in select 3D Systems Geomagic software packages. KeyShot is the first real-time rayRead More →

Johannes Gutenberg is widely cited as the inventor of the printing press. Indeed, the German silversmith’s contribution to technology in the 15th century was revolutionary – enabling the mass production of books and the rapid dissemination of knowledge throughout Europe. However, the history of printing begins long before the timeRead More →

lovejoy1 Photo: Mark Lovejoy Lovejoy experimented abstract photography for years, playing with rolled paper, decaying emulsion and manipulated inkjet prints. But his ink photographs are the most striking to date. Since last October, when he started working with the material, he has posted hundreds of images on his Tumblr, sometimesRead More →

The Palace is “disappointed” by the Italian magazine which chose to print photos of Kate Middleton in a bikini on vacation. Getty UPDATE: Chi, the Italian magazine which is about to publish bikini photos of Kate Middleton pregnant at the beach with Prince William, is defending its decision to printRead More →