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What's the most expensive 3D printer? Usually, that’s the biggest one. Here are the biggest large scale 3D printers in the world right now.
3D MicroPrint is a new micro laser sintering technology for small, precise metal parts, ideal for automotive, medical and jewelery applications.
GE Additive has revealed it's building the world's largest metal 3D printer. The as yet unnamed machine is planned for release next year.
Seeking a competitive advantage, Ferrari are using 3D printing to develop their 2017 Formula 1 engine with an innovative new piston design.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has developed a metal 3D printing process that yields stronger steel than current methods.
When it comes to 3D pens, why should schoolkids have all the fun? New 3Doodler Pro is for grown-ups demanding a wider variety of materials.
Industrial titan GE has bought two European companies for $1.4 billion, both specializing in 3D printing metal parts for jet engines and cars.
In a fresh twist in this week's metal 3D printing saga, GE scoops up Concept Laser after takeover deal for SLM collapses.
Arizona State University assistant professor has developed a method of dissolving supports to make end-to-end metal printing faster.
Until now, metal 3D printing is an industrial thing. This might change, as US company "Desktop Metal" brings metal 3D printing to the desktop.
Vader Systems is a start-up run by a family. Together they'e invented a liquid metal 3d printer which could transform additive manufacturing.
Porous 3D printed titanium hips can mimic the quality of real bones, and potentially extend the life of a hip replacement.
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.
Aviation giant enlists Norsk Titanium to make structural parts for 787 Dreamliner aircraft, potentially saving millions in production costs.
Researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are developing "direct metal writing" to improve the process of 3D printing metals.