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3D Printing Service Forecast 3D Finds Opportunity in Lockdown

Forecast 3D was already a successful 3D printing service with clients ranging from aerospace giants to well known designers, but when it shifted to printing PPE during the pandemic, the healthcare industry realized what others already knew: 3D printing makes manufacturing products faster and removes complexity.

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Lockheed Bets on 3D Printed Rocket from Relativity Space for NASA Mission

The Terran 1 3D printed rocket will launch a Lockheed Martin in-orbit refueling demonstration in late 2023 as part of NASA research.

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Case Study: Bring Your Inventions to Life

Beautiful and functional product prototypes aren’t just for big-budget design firms anymore. New 3D printing technology puts great-looking prototypes – and quick and cheap design iterations – within reach for practically any professional.

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Case Study: Why Hospitals Need 3D Printers

Someday soon, all hospitals may have 3D printing units capable of making patient-specific three-dimensional models and tools essential for diagnosis, treatment, patient education, surgical planning, and in-OR guidance.

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US Rocket Factory Relativity Receives 3D Printing Metal Technology Patent

Relativity, the autonomous rocket factory and launch service, has been granted a patent for its machine learning 3D metal printing technology. It's also added three senior leaders from the aerospace industry to its executive team.

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US Air Force Installs 3D Printed Part on Operational F-22 Fighter Aircraft

The US Air Force 574th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron installed a 3D printed metal part on an operational F-22 fighter aircraft. The technology will make a significant difference in speeding up the replacement of damaged parts. 

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GM and Autodesk Using Additive Manufacturing for Lighter Vehicles

GM is using Autodesk's generative design technology and additive manufacturing to fabricate lighter automotive parts; this seat bracket is 40% lighter and 20% stronger than its predecessor.

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Open Heritage Project by CyArk and Google Helps Preserve Monuments in 3D

The Open Heritage initiative is a joint project from Google Arts and Culture and nonprofit CyArk to preserve monuments around the world in 3D and make them available to the public.

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BigRep and Etihad Airways Engineering to Partner Up

Big Air meets Big Printing. BigRep and Etihad Airways Engineering announce plans to collaborate on developing next generation additive manufacturing solutions for the aerospace industry.

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The Microlay Versus is a New Resin 3D Printer Aimed at the Dental Industry

Microlay, the Madrid-based dental printer manufacturer, released a new high-quality 3D printer called The Versus. However, there are several competitors for dental 3D printers out on the market - is it better than its competition?

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Porsche is 3D Printing Metal and Plastic Spare Parts for Classic Cars

Porsche is using 3D printing to reproduce classic car parts which are either extremely rare or extinct. The technology offers an economical way to produce spare parts of high-quality.

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Aircraft Manufacturer Latécoère 3D Prints for Fast Aerospace Tooling

Latécoère, the French aicraft design and manufacturing group, is using Stratasys FDM 3D printing technology to speed up its production and development process. So far, the results have been positive. 

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Building a Bigger, More Powerful Wind Turbine with 3D Printing?

How high can a wind turbine go? Professor Eric Loth hopes to build a 1,650 foot high turbine out at sea and is exploring 3D printing blades.

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Marine Corps’ Newest Smart Vehicles Order 3D Printed Replacement Parts Automatically

The Marine Corps are developing a process meaning military vehicles can diagnose and send off for their own replacement, 3D printed parts.

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Cabrio’s 3D Printed Bi-Color Glasses Collection Have Stunning Finish

Cabrio launches a collection of glasses that are 3D printed and have a finish that is inspired by the interior of automobiles. 

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Airbus Debuts Space Saving 3D Printed Part For Its New Jets

Furthering additive manufacturing in design & parts production, Airbus integrates 3D printed pieces in the design of its new A330neo jet.

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BP Studies the Impact of 3D Printing on the Oil Industry

Oil giant BP is studying the impact of 3D printing on their businesses. With its potential of disrupting logistics, it could become a serious threat to the companies.

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3D Printed Automotive Parts Could Reduce CO₂ Emissions

Lightweight automotive parts made with selective laser melting (SLM) 3D printing can improve fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions.

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