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Los Angeles based company, 3DEO, is using a new technique called Intelligent Layering to help reduce the costs of metal 3D printing.
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.
ESA launches an Additive Manufacturing Benchmarking Centre in the UK, a "one-stop shop" to explore 3D printing projects for space missions.
The Chattanooga startup Collider is developing the Orchid 3D printer, capable of producing metal objects comparable to injection molding.
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.
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.
French 3D printing service Sculpteo has developed Agile Metal Technology software which can improve the success rate of 3D printing metal.
In a fresh twist in this week's metal 3D printing saga, GE scoops up Concept Laser after takeover deal for SLM collapses.
The GE play for metal 3D printing, a deal worth $1.4 billion, falls apart after a dramatic intervention by super investor Paul Singer.
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.
Harvard's Wyss Institute has developed a new device which 3D prints metal structures in midair by lasering nanoparticles.
XJet Ltd., an Israeli metal 3D printing company, announced the completion of an additional round of funding of $25 million and interestingly enough, Autodesk were involved.
3D MicroPrint is a new micro laser sintering technology for small, precise metal parts, ideal for automotive, medical and jewelery applications.
Metal objects are the hottest trend in 3D printing. But printing metal object is complicated and time consuming. A company claims they solved these two major problems of 3D printing metal.