Additive Implants announced the FDA clearance of its first product, the 3D printed SureMAX Cervical Spacer, created by company founder, orthopedic surgeon Dr. John Ehteshami.
Protolabs announced the European launch of its £50,000 annual awards scheme, the Cool Idea Award, which will help turn "cool" ideas into reality.
Bioscientists at Rice University and the University of Maryland are developing a method to 3D print artificial tissues to help heal bone and cartilage injuries in the elbows, ankles, and knees.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln engineers are using 3D printing and sugar to create tubes that fit inside adjacent ends of a clipped artery during surgery to help ease the fiddly-nature of the surgeon's work.
Massivit, known for its large-format 3D prints, has announced the US launch of its new "versatile" Massivit 1800 Pro for cost-effective and convenient 3D printing – and we’re talking life-sized prints here.
3DVinci Creations and the American University in Dubai (AUD) are cooperating to establish The Center for 3D Concrete Printing and Digital Construction at the university's campus.
Protolabs, a British digital manufacturer, is now offering 3D printed copper parts for both CNC machining and additive manufacturing to deliver new design opportunities for engineers across industry sectors.
A mortuary in Guangzhou, China is using 3D printing to rebuild the facial features of deceased accident victims before their families hold open casket funerals.
Drzach&Suchy is an art and design studio based in Zurich, Switzerland that created shattie: 3D printed pictures which hide two images that become visible only when illuminated.
The University of South Australia is using 3D printed feet and a blend of icing sugar and chicken stock to create realistic foot ulcers to teach podiatry students how to treat high-risk foot conditions.
Imgur user darkshark created a 3D printed finger to trick the Samsung Galaxy S10’s in-display fingerprint sensor. It worked, proving we should be more careful who to trust with our personal information.
Siemens' gas turbine business in Finspång, Sweden, is collaborating with Interspectral to accelerate industrialization of metal additive manufacturing by developing a 3D visualization tool called AM Explorer.
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.
Björn Lindwall is the founder and CEO of SolidEngineer, a Swedish software and consulting company, who decided to climb Mount Everest using 3D printed gear.
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.