Keep yourself up to date with the latest 3D printing news from all over the world.
The latest "Digital Manufacturing Trends" report for Q4 2018 from 3D printing network 3D Hubs has been released. In this quarter, we see new printers rising, Austin take over New York as the second 3D print city, and the SLA/DLP market share increased.
The renowned Massachusetts-based shaving company Gillette is working with Formlabs to pilot its new Razor Maker concept, aiming to give customers the ability to personalize and 3D print custom razor handles.
A team out of the University at Buffalo has developed PrinTracker, a system that traces 3D prints back to their source machine. Considering the recent 3D printed gun controversy, the arrival of the technique seems timely.
Scientists from the Hasso Plattner Institute in Germany have developed an integrated end-to-end software solution called TrussFormer. It allows users to design large-scale kinetic structures produced from plastic bottles and 3D printed connectors.
XJet, the Israeli company that develops ceramic and metal 3D printing solutions has opened the doors to its new additive manufacturing center in Rehovot, Israel.
The LAR100 is a new laser metal 3D printer designed for fast production of numerous parts for a competitive price. Check its specs and features in this article.
Swedish company, Digital Metal, has launched a fully automated no-hand production concept for its high-precision binder jetting 3D metal printers.
When Bento the puppy from Cleveland, US, fractured his forearm, there were multiple people willing to lend a helping hand. As a result, the puppy is back on his four feet after receiving surgery planned out using 3D printing technology.
PrintYourMind3D, the Canadian 3D print reseller, has launched a contest aimed at Alberta students which hopes to tackle 3D printer waste with new innovative disposal methods.
Lorena James is a Davidson University sophomore who developed a 3D printing filament using invasive quagga mussels. She now plans to mass produce this environmentally-friendly filament.
University of Washington researchers have developed 3D printed plastic objects which communicate wirelessly to transmit data about their uses without requiring batteries or electronics.
Gantri is a design company focusing on creating high-quality, low-cost sustainable lamps made from PLA. The resulting designer products have a price tag under the $300 mark and support designers all around the world.
Ultimaker Cura, the free, open source, 3D printing slicer is now getting another update which offers new slicing features and improved UX. Download Cura 3.5 from the Ultimaker website.
Mini has launched a car which pays homage to its rare original MINI 1275 GT. The new Cooper S GT Edition is limited edition, makes use of 3D printing, and only 150 units are available in France.
Want to know what’s happening in the Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing industry? Here’s All3DP’s weekly report for professionals, presented by industry expert Sarah Goehrke.
In March, Desktop Metal filed a lawsuit against Markforged for allegedly copying portions of its patented metal 3D printing processes. Last week, a federal jury decided to clear Markforged of both IP infringement allegations, marking a major victory for the defendant.
Genecis, a startup comprised of graduates from the University of Toronto Scarborough, has developed a biological process that turns organic waste into 3D printing materials.