COBOD, specialist in additive manufacturing for construction, has launched a new application that allows users to configure their own concrete 3D printer. Aptly named the COBOD Configurator, the company’s software is designed to not only allow anyone with a computer or smartphone to virtually configure and simulate building a 3DRead More →

MONTREAL–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 10, 2022– Today, Montreal-based AON3D announced that its AON M2+ high-temperature industrial 3D printer will receive an optional firmware update to enable 3D printing in clone mode and mirror mode. This powerful new feature will double the production of new and existing M2+ machines to meet growing factoryRead More →

CADdenta German service provider for dental prostheses and technologies, has installed a new CeraFab System S65 Medical from the ceramic 3D printing specialist Lithoz. The installation would mark the start of the digital dentistry specialist’s strategic expansion plans to offer high-precision 3D-printed ceramic components “as an industry-wide service provider”, andRead More →

Industrial 3D printer manufacturer 3DGence has announced the launch of its latest high-temperature 3D printing system, the INDUSTRY F421. The dual extrusion FFF machine is designed specifically for high performance applications in industries such as aerospace, allowing users to print with engineering grade filaments such as PEEK, PEKK and ULTEM.Read More →

Manufacturers of industrial 3D printers Carbon and Roboze have each launched a new additive manufacturing material for use with their respective 3D printing systems. Carbon’s new EPX 86FR offering is a photopolymer resin that combines flame retardancy, functional toughness, high strength and long-term stability. Designed for both working prototypes andRead More →

Through Susha Cheriyedath, M.Sc.January 27, 2022Reviewed by Skyla Baily A team of researchers recently published an article in the journal Materials which demonstrated the correlations between polyetheretherketone (PEEK) printing behaviors and nozzle temperatures in the fusible filament fabrication (3D FFF) three-dimensional printing process. To study: 3D PEEK objects made byRead More →

Focused on disrupting age-old manufacturing techniques and existing Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) businesses, Seurat Technologies has developed an innovative metal 3D printing process that can rival the volumes, quality and prices of traditional manufacturing, while simultaneously offsetting carbon emissions. Since emerging from stealth mode in 2021, the startup’s innovative technologyRead More →

Minister of Finance, Health and Family Welfare, Govt. from Telangana, T. Harish Rao inaugurated the Robotic Construction 3D printer in Siddipet Simpliforge Creations, provider of additive manufacturing solutions, today launched its first state-of-the-art robotic construction 3D printer. Claimed as India’s first robotic construction 3D printer and the largest in SouthRead More →

In this edition of Sliced, the 3D printing industry news digest, we cover the latest business developments, partnerships and acquisitions in the additive manufacturing sector. Today’s edition features several new 3D printing partnerships, material qualifications, 3D printer updates, and how an aerospace company is taking steps to win the spaceRead More →

Chennai: Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Madras are developing high-tech artificial limbs using 3D printing technology from finite element analysis, according to a statement. Three-dimensional printing is an additive manufacturing process that creates a physical object from a digital design and the process works by depositingRead More →

[ad_1] Above: iFusion SF1 metal 3D printer on the IIT Madras campus with dignitaries including Dr Murugaiyan Amirthalingam, manager – _Joining and Additive Manufacturing Laboratory, Assistant Professor, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, IIT Madras (far left) and Dr Ravi Kumar N. V, Professor and HOD, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, IIT MadrasRead More →

[ad_1] April was globally a month of change for 3D printing, with the introduction of new technologies, ever bigger and more ambitious prints and new perspectives on everything from supply chain security with cultured meat making the headlines. Read on for outstanding developments in April from BEAMIT, Materialize, UpNano, EOS,Read More →

[ad_1] Industrial stereolithography (SLA) 3D printer maker UnionTech has successfully secured $ 31 million in D-Series funding, according to sources at Pandaily. Led by Dening Capital, the investment was also reportedly backed by Cash Capital, Yingke Private Equity, Dragonrise Capital and Evonik Venture Capital, among others. Although it has notRead More →

[ad_1] For more than two decades, the German service office Prototypenzentrum GmbH (PTZ) has been manufacturing both plastic and metal prototypes and small batch jobs for a variety of different industries, using CNC milling, molding technologies by injection, molding and additive manufacturing; PTZ offers selective laser fusion, selective laser sinteringRead More →

[ad_1] A Singapore-based engineering company with the help of specialists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore created a new lightweight knee brace using 3D printing technology. According to engineering firm Delsson, the designers used lightweight plastic and assist springs to help create the new brace, called the X-Brace, which weighs aboutRead More →

[ad_1] For several years, 3Dnatives has offered you every month to discover a startup in the additive manufacturing sector. Manufacturers of 3D printers and materials, software developers or machine distributors, many young companies are developing solutions that will have an impact on the future of the industry. And as theRead More →

[ad_1] Above: The Stratasys Origin® One Dental 3D printer. The 3D printer offers an open hardware infrastructure that supports a variety of applications and enables higher throughput at a lower cost per part compared to competing technologies / Image source: Stratasys Stratasys Ltd., a leader in polymeric 3D printing solutions,Read More →

[ad_1] BMW i Ventures, the strategic investment arm of automaker BMW, has provided seed funding for elastomer 3D printing start-up Rapid Liquid Print (RLP). Licensed exclusively by MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab, the company’s gel dispensing technology is believed to enable the production of soft and flexible products using standard materials suchRead More →

[ad_1] It’s a new era for fashion as the National Manufacturing Institute of Scotland (NMIS) opens the doors to sustainable runway-worthy fashion accessories created using 3D printing technology. Following a research and development project with the Renfrewshire-based research center, which is managed by the University of Strathclyde, a reinvented ROCIORead More →

[ad_1] A new breakthrough in the journal Additive manufacturing shows a concrete specimen that was inspired by Bouligand hierarchical architectures to develop 3D concrete printing. During drop weight impact testing, the impact performance of 3D printed concrete samples with or without steel fibers was evaluated. To study: 3D concrete printingRead More →

[ad_1] Industrial 3D printer maker Stratasys has introduced a new software module, the Digital Anatomy Creator, for its Digital Anatomy 3D printers to improve the production of 3D printed anatomical models. Along with the new software module, the company has partnered with third-party software vendors Synopsys ‘Simpleware ScanIP Medical andRead More →

[ad_1] The SAM (Sector Skills Strategy in Additive Manufacturing) project has published the preliminary results of its 3D printing survey, which among other things assessed the role of additive manufacturing education for environmental sustainability. The EU-funded project is coordinated by the European Welding Federation (EWF), of which the 3D printingRead More →

[ad_1] Additive manufacturing continues to find new architectural and interior design applications, with use cases such as custom furniture increasingly popular with consumers. 3D printer maker Flashforge has demonstrated how its 3D printing technology can help optimize furniture design and production processes while finding more applications for additive manufacturing inRead More →

[ad_1] AB-3D, a young 3D printer manufacturer based in Prosselsheim, Germany, presented its D-PATCH 3D printer for the first time at the Form next 2021. The company’s first prototype is a delta-extrusion-based 3D printer running on AB-3D’s Fused Layer Modeling (FLM) process. Interestingly, the D-PATCH is equipped with an automaticRead More →

[ad_1] Above: Cubicure launched its full-scale Cerion 3D printer earlier this month / Image source: Cubicure GmbH Cubicure, the Austrian 3D printing company, has completed its machine portfolio with the addition a large-scale Cerion 3D printer that provides industrial companies with an essential component needed to fully digitize their productionRead More →

[ad_1] Stay up to date with everything that is happening in the wonderful world of AM through our LinkedIn community. Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, a division of the global IT company specializing in simulation solutions, has entered into a number of collaborations with metal additive manufacturing companies including Sciaky, pro-beam, DM3D,Read More →

[ad_1] Manz AG expands its technological skills around 3D printing by investing in Q.big 3 Minority investment in Q.big 3D, specialist in innovative additive manufacturing processes, finalized Partnership expands expertise to include 3D printing to provide customers with fast, flexible and cost-effective part manufacturing and sampling services Investment by ManzRead More →

[ad_1] Cambridge – Xaar printheads have again been selected by industrial 3D printing manufacturer dp polar GmbH to power the latest addition to their range, the AMpolar® i1, which will be unveiled at this year’s Formnext show in Frankfurt, November 16-19. The new compact AMpolar® i1 will be on displayRead More →

[ad_1] Often at festivals, campsites, construction sites or any other situation in which the installation of portable toilets is required, we find ourselves faced with polyurethane “boxes” (a material that is difficult to recycle) that focus on functionality, completely neglecting aesthetics and comfort. Last August, a new fully 3D printedRead More →

[ad_1] Farson and Covestro have announced plans to launch additional polymer 3D printing powders as companies step up collaboration. Covestro operates Farsoon Laser Sintering Systems at its former DSM additive manufacturing facilities in Germany and the Netherlands, specifically for the processing and printing of new materials. The materials maker hasRead More →

[ad_1] The Australian Army conducted its latest round of field tests using metal 3D printing technology developed by SPEE3D. Following the success of several 3D printing trials last year, the final tests were conducted as part of Exercise Koolendong, an annual military exercise between the Australian military and the MarineRead More →

[ad_1] Markforged, a manufacturer of industrial grade FDM systems, has announced the launch of its new FX20 3D printer and ULTEMMT 9085 filament. The large format composite 3D printer is primarily designed for high strength end use parts in industries such as aerospace, defense, automotive and energy. Coupled with theRead More →

[ad_1] Markforged, creator of the integrated metal and carbon fiber additive manufacturing platform, The Digital Forge, strengthens its leadership position in the on-time production of industrial-grade end-use parts with the FX20 printer. This new production ready material prints the flame retardant, high performance thermoplastic material with ULTEM 9085 filament, inRead More →

[ad_1] Materialize partnered with an aircraft parts distributor Supporter to explore how 3D printing could help aerospace OEMs. Companies envision a digital supply chain that enables on-demand manufacturing, with 3D printing being “introduced to the purchasing realm” to make the technology increasingly accessible to MROs to source 3D printed parts.Read More →

[ad_1] Wabtec has strengthened its commitment to additive manufacturing with a new 11,000 square foot facility at the Pittsburgh Airport Innovation Campus in an area dedicated to 3D printing technology. Wabtec has already achieved revolutionary component designs for freight locomotive and rail transport applications. The company opened its first additiveRead More →

[ad_1] Rice University engineers created glass and crystal nanostructures for electronics and photonics, using a sophisticated 3D printer and unique ink. The electronics industry is based on silicon: the basic semiconductor substrate of microprocessors. There are some limitations of top-down semiconductor manufacturing, which this study sought to address using aRead More →

[ad_1] Accumold, a specialist in molding small parts for over 30 years, recently purchased a Fabrica 2.0 3D printer. Accumold Micro-molding company Accumold took delivery of a Fabrica 2.0 micro-additive manufacturing machine from Fabrica Group. For over 30 years, Accumold, Ankeny, Iowa, has specialized in the high volume production ofRead More →

[ad_1] Stay up to date with everything that is happening in the wonderful world of AM through our LinkedIn community. Baker Hughes Energy Innovation Center, Additive Manufacturing Technology Center and Energy Transition teams supported a project proposal from the US Department of Energy. Baker Hughes’ project “Producing Carbon-Fired Improved PEEKRead More →

[ad_1] The 3D Printing Industry Awards 2021 the shortlists are now open to vote until October 20. Vote here. 3D printer manufacturer Phrozen announced the launch of its new Sonic Mini 8K 3D printer. According to Phrozen, the resin-based LCD system is the company’s highest-resolution printer, featuring a 7.1-inch 8KRead More →

[ad_1] VEM Group, a manufacturer of injection molding tooling and services for the medical device and consumer goods industry, has invested in additive manufacturing with the purchase of a dual laser head steel printer to meet the increasing demand for 3D printed steel inserts. As market demands and product lifecyclesRead More →

[ad_1] Originally from Canada, Shapeshift 3D is a startup that has developed an integrated platform to customize medical and sports equipment. The company facilitates digital transformation, digitization and 3D printing. The company’s software solution is powered by artificial intelligence and allows you to effectively customize your product, whether it’s anRead More →

[ad_1] DUBLIN, October 01, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – “Global 3D Printing Markets 2021-2026” report has been added to offer. The global 3D printing market is expected to grow from $ 19.5 billion in 2021 to $ 56.1 billion by 2026, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 23.5%Read More →

[ad_1] HARRISON, MI – Mid-Michigan College has partnered with 3D printing company Flint to provide technology and training for its computer-aided design, or CAD, program, according to a press release. Lýseon Additive Manufacturing will donate a professional-grade 3D printer to the CAD program and help program graduates achieve national certificationRead More →

[ad_1] The 3D Printing Industry Awards 2021 the shortlists are now open to vote until October 20. Vote here. This week has been an important one for Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) mergers in the 3D printing industry, with two major deals nearing completion. Additive manufacturing service provider Shapeways announcedRead More →