News and Stories about the 3D printing industry
HP drops the curtain on their long-awaited Jet Fusion 3D printers at the RAPID additive manufacturing trade show in Orlando, Florida.
Two new varieties of 3DBenchy have been added to the fleet; one is dual-print ready, and another is multi-part assembly. Printer tests ahoy!
The 3MF Consortium (Microsoft, HP, Autodesk et. al.) created a new file format to suite the whole process from 3D modeling to manufacturing.
Bioprinting takes organic materials to form tissues and organs. Find out what‘s possible in this fascinating medical field today.
New online course from MIT and Boeing to teach professionals how to invent and implement innovative new applications for additive manufacturing.
With a total investment worth over €10 million, automotive giant BMW will open an industrial scale 3D printing campus in Munich, Germany in early 2019.
Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory researchers used X-rays to learn more about 3D printing defects and understand how to print 3D metal parts without defects.
Voxeljet to unveil new 3D printing technology at Formnext, a High-Speed Sintering process for the production of end-use parts.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory has showcased the potential of large scale 3D printing with this fully functional excavator build.
The Stratasys F123 3D printers provide an improved user experience and industrial-grade performance. They aim for design or engineering office environments, labs, and classrooms.
Mcor Technologies’ selective deposition lamination (SDL) technology is being used by Honda to create paper molds for carbon fiber CFRP parts.
At a sprawling campus on the outskirts of Barcelona, HP showed ALL3DP the future of commercial 3D printing with Multi Jet Fusion technology.
Cesare Ragazzi Laboratories, an Italian company, have developed the CNC hair system which works essentially as a non-invasive hair transplant.
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Materialise is the world's first additive manufacturing company to receive FDA clearance for diagnostic 3D printed anatomical models. FDA clearance supports the continued growth of point-of-care 3D printing facilities.
Shapeways has a new CEO and his name is Gregory Kress; the company will continue its expansion into a 3D printing marketplace where creators can design, make, and sell their ideas.