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Stratasys has announced the development of a new metal additive manufacturing platform that will aim to displace conventional methods for short-run manufacturing.
The Seattle-based company iro3D is developing a desktop metal 3D printer that will cost just $5,000. The printer is reportedly capable of producing strong, high carbon steel objects, and was recently debuted on Joel Telling's "3D Printing Nerd" YouTube channel.
Porous 3D printed titanium hips can mimic the quality of real bones, and potentially extend the life of a hip replacement.
Industrial titan GE has bought two European companies for $1.4 billion, both specializing in 3D printing metal parts for jet engines and cars.
Unveiled at SIHH 2018, the Panerai Lo Scienziato Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT Titanio 47mm is an update of a 3D printed titanium timepiece first launched two years ago.
Seeking a competitive advantage, Ferrari are using 3D printing to develop their 2017 Formula 1 engine with an innovative new piston design.
Another world first in additive manufacturing, a 3D printed motorcycle called Light Rider. It's street legal, with a €50,000 euro price tag.
Materials Science and Engineering researchers at North Carolina State University recently detailed their method to produce large amounts of metallic glass alloys using 3D printing. The development could lead to better efficiency in electric motors and tougher materials and structures.
Canadian researchers have developed a new method for fabricating magnets for electric motors using cold spray Additive Manufacturing.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has developed a metal 3D printing process that yields stronger steel than current methods.
3D printing brings major improvements to facial reconstructive surgery, helping to better recreate a patient's face after serious trauma.
Desktop Metal received $115 million in funding and by September this year, the first 3D printer will be available with the more expensive option ready for next year.
The Chattanooga startup Collider is developing the Orchid 3D printer, capable of producing metal objects comparable to injection molding.
Arizona State University assistant professor has developed a method of dissolving supports to make end-to-end metal printing faster.