Keep yourself up to date with the latest 3D printing news from all over the world.
Researchers from Virginia Tech University and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have developed a novel 3D printing process that produces objects from graphene – one of the world's strongest materials.
The Open Press Project is the world's first 3D printed printmaking press which is a lot less expensive than traditional presses and just €5 in materials.
Relativity Space, the LA-based startup aiming to make rocket production a matter of days, not years, is making good on its recent Series B funding objective; hiring a wave of new employees. Recently announced to be joining as an advisor is seasoned aerospace and rocketry executive, Tim Buzza.
3D printing could reduce the wait time for vital parts that soldiers in the US Army face while on the battlefield or in remote locations. Researchers have found a way to use recycled materials from the base to create strong and usable filament.
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Addressing the increasing demand for affordably priced carbon composite manufacturing systems, Stratasys has commenced shipping the $70,000 Fortus 380mc Carbon Fiber Edition printer.
A Waikato University masters student is using 3D bioprinting to grow life-size tumor cells in 3D which may help improve treatments. Eventually, it may be possible to take cells from a patient, grow a tumor and see which treatments work best on it in a laboratory.
A team of US Marines in Maryland were tasked with finding a landing gear component that attached to the door of a F-35 stealth fighter aircraft. By using 3D modeling and printing, they were able to replicate the component for just 9 cents.
Researchers at NYU Tandon and NYU Abu Dhabi have developed the means to insulate 3D printing from piracy by converting flat QR codes into hidden features within a printed part.
XEV, the Italian car manufacturer, is starting production on a 3D printed vehicle called the LSEV next year at a “mega factory” in Jiangsu.
Students from Washington University in St. Louis have been working on an energy-efficient prototype house for the past eight months. The Lotus House will be unveiled as part of Solar Decathlon China 2018 this month.
After attempting to knock the legs out from beneath the desktop SLA market with its sub-$300 SparkMaker 3D printer, WOW! has returned with a successor. Called the SparkMaker FHD, the new machine promises full-HD LCD-based SLA 3D printing and wireless operation.
A BioPen which uses "ink" to treat eye wounds is closer to becoming commercially available thanks to the help of NSW (New South Wales) Medical Devices Fund awarding it $1.1 million.
Successor to the popular Palette+ filament blending box, the Palette 2 adds across the board improvements including deeper 3D printer integration, allowing you to augment your single extrusion 3D printer with no workflow disruption.
BOSEbuild is a team within the Bose Corporation tasked with the development of audio-based educational kits. The most recent project is a build-it-yourself Bluetooth headphone set which was made possible with 3D printing.
Want to know what’s happening in the Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing industry? Here’s All3DP’s weekly report for professionals, written by former 3dprint.com editor-in-chief and industry expert Sarah Goehrke.
Starting October 1, MIT is launching an 11-week online course for professionals interested in learning about 3D printing technologies, along with their applications and business potential.