News and Stories about the 3D printing industry
The Port of Rotterdam’s Additive Manufacturing LAB unveiled a 3D printing project to print the first marine propeller - called the 'WAAMpeller.'
GE Additive Digital industrial company announced that it has acquired GeonX, a firm that specializes in virtual manufacturing and simulation software.
According to latest data from 3D Hubs, London is the most active 3D printing city in the world. We speak to the local hubs driving this trend.
Dutch company Aectual makes beautiful floors for public spaces which are sustainable, customizable, and 3D printed by giant robot arms.
Global technology giant Hewlett-Packard is closing down their facility in Leixlip, Ireland. The announcement hints at the company's shift from conventional technology to the 3D printing market.
Lightweight automotive parts made with selective laser melting (SLM) 3D printing can improve fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions.
New report by Deloitte Poland predicts that the global 3D printing market will grow from $4.8 billion in 2015 to over $20 billion by 2020.
The new Onyx One 3D printer from Markforged will print carbon fiber reinforced parts for a prosumer-friendly starting price of $3,500.
3D printing is helping a large power plant in Berlin use electricity more efficiently to fuel Germany's thriving capital.
In a fresh twist in this week's metal 3D printing saga, GE scoops up Concept Laser after takeover deal for SLM collapses.
If you want reproducible results for your 3D printed metal parts, you’ll need the perfect mix of gasses in the print chamber. Linde now offers a new solution for better metal prints.
Legal trouble for 3D printer company Formlabs: The MIT spin-out is being sued by EnvisionTEC for patent infringements.
Driven by sales of their flagship Zortrax M200, the Polish 3D printer manufacturer had a record $6.7M turnover in the first half of 2016.
According to US defense contractor Raytheon, 3D printers will soon be used on the frontline to repair and replace missile parts, eliminating supply risks and speeding up research.
World's largest truck manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has a massive inventory of spare parts, and soon many of them will be 3D printed on demand.
DyeMansion developed a new technique for coloring laser sintered prints. Now EOS founder Dr. Hans J. Langer takes partnership as a shareholder.
We've already printed plastic, concrete, clothes and food. Now, MIT has developed a process for 3D printed glass — and it's gorgeous.