The 2020 Purmundus Challenge recognizes innovation with a nod to sustainable materials.
Süß and friends, a start-up German 3D printing service that helps clients develop their ideas into sellable products.
Not satisfied with off-the-shelf solutions, Pozzetta Products decided to make its own ESD-safe filament and turn a fleet of Craftbot 3D printers into a production factory.
A promising Italian start-up sets out to change minds about metal 3D printing for industry by focusing on design and a printer from Desktop Metal.
The Terran 1 3D printed rocket will launch a Lockheed Martin in-orbit refueling demonstration in late 2023 as part of NASA research.
Two innovative Swedish companies – one in jewelry design and one in metal 3D printing – collaborate to push the boundaries of 3D-printed wearable art. Take a look at this Digital Metal case study to learn more.
Markforged is now offering 3D printable copper, which can be used with its Metal X system, to bring on-demand copper part production in-house and reducing lead time to a few days.
In a world first, Sandvik engineers have created a 3D printed industrial diamond composite which they believe will revolutionize the machining industry. It will be unveiled at RAPID + TCT in Detroit.
All3DP talks to Desktop Metal Co-Founder and CTO Jonah Myerberg about the company's groundbreaking metal 3D printing technology.
Top industry thought leaders on the opportunities and challenges ahead for business and industrial 3D printing.
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.
In the 2020 racing season, four of Chevrolet Motorsports race teams drove more than 80,000 miles of competition in vehicles with dozens of 3D-printed parts.
Affordable, versatile resin 3D printers let research engineers experiment on printed prototypes that look and act more like a final product.
Portuguese researchers recently published a paper which explores the use of 3D printed foams incorporating cork for thermal applications with enhanced mechanical properties.
Copper3D, the Chilean/US company, announced a new anti-bacterial PLA material that could be used in prostheses to prevent bacterial infections.