The "Organaut" bioprinter on the International Space Station has started to print human micro-organs in zero gravity. The first experiments already looked promising.
Top industry thought leaders on the opportunities and challenges ahead for business and industrial 3D printing.
Top industrial design firms worldwide depend on 3D printing to test ideas, refine designs, and get product concepts to clients faster. Here’s how they do it.
Despite ongoing advances in metal 3D printing technology, it continues to suffer from process reliability and productivity problems. Higher quality metal material may be a key part of solving this problem.
Affordable, versatile resin 3D printers let research engineers experiment on printed prototypes that look and act more like a final product.
Industrial 3D printer company Carbon proves the case for additive manufacturing during the pandemic and beyond.
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 large-volume AON-M2 2020 can handle hundreds of materials including PEEK, ULTEM™, PEKK, and polycarbonate, and is designed to help customers realize the most demanding applications.
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.
A partnership between Markforged and MSC lets users access the Finite Element Analysis simulation software.
With machine shops and metal job shops in mind, US-based manufacturer Desktop Metal announces its new "Shop System" at Formnext 2019.
BASF, the world’s largest chemical producer, is buying Sculpteo, the French online 3D printing service. For its clients, it will most likely result in more professional material options.
Formlabs doubles down on dental with the announcement of Formlabs Dental, the Form 3B printer, and the acquisition of materials partner Spectra.
Additive manufacturing giant enlists entertainment legend to Performance Partner Program to help maintain and preserve a huge collection of classic and rare vehicles.
Continuing its tradition of releasing the design and process documents of its flagship printers, BCN3D has made good with new open repos of its Sigma R19 and Sigmax R19 printers.
Xometry, the Maryland-based rapid prototyping and on-demand manufacturing company, announced that joining its Series D funding round is Robert Bosch Venture Capital (RBVC).
Nano Dimension Ltd. has to cut its workforce by 20% while also seeking "strategic alternatives." However, it will also launch a 3D printer with "substantial performance improvements".