News and Stories about the 3D printing industry
To fuel their plans for world desktop domination, Dutch 3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker announces a major cash injection from NPM Capital.
The US Air Force Research Lab uses the National Synchrotron Light Source to better understand & formulate new 3D print-strengthening fillers.
Dutch company Aectual makes beautiful floors for public spaces which are sustainable, customizable, and 3D printed by giant robot arms.
Online 3D printing platform MyMiniFactory is now supporting next generation 3MF files, and becomes a member of the 3MF Consortium.
Renishaw is showing off new hardware and software at formnext including the RenAM 500Q with four lasers, quadrupling 3D printing processes.
Impossible Objects raised $6.4 million in a Series A investment round led by OCA Ventures. They'll release the Model One printer this year.
On display at the In(3D)ustry trade show in Barcelona, the VIT SLS is a new benchtop SLS printer coming to Kickstarter at the end of October.
New to the international trade show scene, In(3D)ustry promotes the use of 3D printing in the industrial sector with a "Museum of Reality".
GE Healthcare's Innovative Design and Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center for Europe is now open in Uppsala, Sweden.
Raoul Leering, head of international trade analysis at ING, believes that 3D printing could erase a quarter of global trade by 2060.
Online 3D printing service Imaterialise launches intriguing new material; a waterproof polyamide for objects that need to be submersible.
Voxeljet to unveil new 3D printing technology at Formnext, a High-Speed Sintering process for the production of end-use parts.
Release of uniVERSE accessory mount CAD is big news; creative community can now imagine and 3D print their own designs for OtterBox products.
German Chemical Company BASF buys Dutch filament producer Innofil3D, will play central role in BASF’s production of 3D printing filaments.
Chemical company BASF launching new subsidiary, BASF 3D Printing Solutions, to explore new business opportunities in additive manufacturing.
Hot on the heels of introducing new technologies and machines to its lineup, Formlabs announces a valuable addition to its board.
The Technical University Eindhoven and BAM are using 3D printing to develop a bridge made especially for bikers - not an easy task.