News and Stories about the 3D printing industry
US package delivery company UPS is teaming up with enterprise software company SAP to branch out into a spare parts 3D printing business.
Online 3D printing service Sculpteo to roll out major change, replacing their default Nylon PA11 black plastic with HP Multi Jet Fusion PA12.
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.
The new E3D Ultimaker 2 Extrusion Upgrade Kit promises to bring superior 3D printing performance to the Ultimaker 2 family.
French 3D printing startup Dagoma has received €3million in funding and is launching a new desktop 3D printer, the DiscoEasy200.
Industrial titan GE has bought two European companies for $1.4 billion, both specializing in 3D printing metal parts for jet engines and cars.
With rapid prototyping, aftermarket parts for performance cars are booming. Rachel Park on Eventuri and the Audi RS5 3D printed intake system.
The Leapfrog Bolt is unveiled at the Additive Manufacturing Show 2016, will its cutting edge features leave the competition green with envy?
i.Materialise now offers copper as 3D printing material. Great for small robust models like coins, medals, keys, connectors or statues.
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All3DP.com talked to Dr. Gabor Forgacs, Organovo, about his perspective on 3D printing industry - today and tomorrow.
When time comes, 3D printing will turn the world upside down. But we still have a long way to get there.
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.
Carmaker BMW showed a 3D printed motorcycle frame at their Digital Day 2018 in Munich, an S1000RR superbike with a frame and swing arm fabricated using metal powder laser melting.
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.
The open peer-to-peer marketplace pioneered by 3D Hubs has been relegated, say the company founders, to make room for a broader manufacturing platform driven by CAD-CAM technologies.