News and Stories about the 3D printing industry
Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai has said that by 2030, around 25% of Dubai's buildings will be 3D printed.
Want to know what’s happening in the Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing industry? Here’s All3DP’s weekly report for professionals, presented by industry expert Sarah Goehrke.
For the second time this month, a 3D printer company is shuttering their doors. New Matter will cease operations at the end of Febuary; providing limited support to owners of the MOD-t 3D printer.
Monoprice shares more details on three new 3D printers in their range; the MP Select Mini V2, the MP Mini Delta, and the Maker Select Plus.
A new experimental Ceramic Resin is a now available for the Form 2 from Formlabs, making ceramic 3D printing the most affordable and accessible it has ever been for engineers and designers.
Representing a major breakthrough in the adoption of 3D printing into mass manufacturing, XEV and Polymaker have launched the worlds first mass produced 3D printed electric car. It's constructed from only 57 parts, down from 2,000 in the original design.
In a big win for the open source 3D printing community, BCN3D Technologies release open source files for BCN3D Sigmax desktop 3D printer.
So how was 2017 for you? Looking forward to 2018? Several leading figures in the 3D printing industry talk to ALL3DP about their expectations for the year ahead.
Berlin startup BigRep is partnering up with Heidelberg Digital Platforms for production of the BigRep STUDIO large-scale 3D printer.
3D Systems has unveiled their first scalable, fully-integrated additive manufacturing platform. The system is capable of producing mass customized and end-use parts.
Lightweight automotive parts made with selective laser melting (SLM) 3D printing can improve fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions.
Mcor Technologies’ selective deposition lamination (SDL) technology is being used by Honda to create paper molds for carbon fiber CFRP parts.
Last week, Walt Disney company filed another 3D printing patent, which leaves behind the traditional "layer-by-layer" approach. With their other patents, Disney could become a major force in the 3D printing market.
The US Department of Defense partners with industry leaders Apple, Boeing & MIT in FlexTech Alliance to create 3D printed flexible wearables.
What would happen if a music classroom had access to a 3D printer, and if a music teacher included 3D printing in their lessons?
Imagine being able to make your own diamonds for your loved one from the comfort of your own home, without the irritations of mining or shopping.
At a sprawling campus on the outskirts of Barcelona, HP showed ALL3DP the future of commercial 3D printing with Multi Jet Fusion technology.