Keep yourself up to date with the latest 3D printing news from all over the world.
Florian Jouanny, an athlete with tetraplegia, enlisted the help of 3D printing company Athletics 3D to create a customized 3D printed handle for his hand bike. He'll use it at the September Para-cycling World Championships 2019 in Emmen, Netherlands.
Fillamentum, the 3D printing filaments manufacturer, has launched a brand new color with a new glitter effect which means resulting prints can change between a violet metallic look and blue.
HP announced that it printed more than 10 million parts last year with its HP Multi Jet Fusion technology. What’s also remarkable: 50 percent were functional prototypes, 50 percent end-use products.
Xometry, a Maryland-based marketplace for custom manufacturing, is seeking nominees for its first Xometry Engineering Student of the Year Competition.
Rigid.Ink, the 3D printing filament company, has launched premium online 3D printing courses called "The Institute of 3D Printing" in what it's calling an industry first.
Chemical giant Wacker Chemie AG opened its first US-based ACEO Open Print Lab in Ann Arbor, Michigan after the success of its facility in Burghausen, Germany.
Raise3d, a 3D printer manufacturer, will announce its first step into flexible manufacturing solutions with the RaiseFactory systems at the Hannover Messe in Germany.
Aleph Objects, the well-known 3D printer manufacturer, launches the LulzBot TAZ Pro, its first ever industrial open source 3D printer.
Shapeways, the 3D printed goods manufacturer, partnered with EOS, the Additive Manufacturing solutions developer, to venture into the orthosis and prosthesis market with the launch of PA11, a bio-degradable, revolutionary material.
SmarTech Analysis released the latest edition of the Additive Manufacturing in Dentistry report which forecasts market opportunities for 3D printing in the dentistry industry.
The company, which began in 2012 as part of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, is ready to ramp up production and innovation.
The build area is a difficult thing to improve on in 3D printers. Maintaining accuracy over a large area is a challenge, and as a result, larger machines are expensive and complex. But what if, instead of one big machine, you had many small, mobile robots getting the job done?
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is fundamentally a layers game. Its simplicity, however, is also its downfall: poor inter-layer adhesion is a universal weakness. In this article, we’ll explore a solution to this limitation in FDM.
Daren Schwenke, a maker from Tampa, Florida, created a 3D printed blooming rose for his love, Christine. He used an animated wireframe and clear printed petals so that when its leaf is touched, the rose blossoms and lights up.
A team of researchers at King's College London and Guy's and St Thomas's NHS Foundation Trust developed an approach to improve the care of babies with congenital heart disease by creating a 3D model of their hearts while inside the womb.
Markforged, the industrial 3D printing company, has closed an USD$82 million Series D funding round which will "help accelerate the next industrial revolution" through global expansion.
A 3D printing company based in India additively manufactured a larger than life-sized Spiderman model in two days. They glued 30 parts together in three hours to create the almost two-meter tall model.