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Miami-based company uses 3D printing to create rising sea levels tackling Seawalls  

In the construction industry, a new climate-tech startup has come up with an idea to address the "rising sea levels" issue caused by global warming and climate change.  Miami-based company Kind Designs has launched a...

Additive Talks: “How to 3D print a nation greener?” – to be held at AM Summit

This session is organized in cooperation with Formnext – the largest professional Additive Manufacturing Convention in the world during AM Summit. With the global upheaval in political systems and markets and their impact on international...

AMGTA LCA reveals that Binder Jetting reduces carbon emissions by 38% – but industry experts have reservations

The Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association (“AMGTA”), recently revealed the preliminary results of a life-cycle analysis study titled “Comparative Life-Cycle Assessment: Comparison of Casting vs Binder Jetting for an Industrial Part.” As a reminder, the...

Would a hybrid approach work to achieve sustainable manufacturing in the aerospace industry?

In the article below, Alicia Rennoll discusses the environmental impact of Additive Manufacturing in the aerospace industry and highlights a hybrid approach that would enable to make aerospace manufacturing more sustainable. Aviation has a disproportionate...

Additive Manufacturing Solutions Ltd. explores the feasibility of using recycled aerospace materials

Additive Manufacturing Solutions Ltd (AMS), a UK-based startup, embarks on a new project that aims to explore the feasibility and practical possibilities of using recycled metallic materials in additive manufacturing (AM). The Innovate UK-funded project...

Danish AM Hub on the Danish AM market, their key area of interest and the upcoming AM Summit

With the “back-to-school” season around the corner, we start reflecting on the AM trade shows that could be interesting to visit. AM Summit, the largest AM conference in Scandinavia is in our list. To...

Have you heard about Batch.Works? That company combining 3D printing and recycled materials for customized products.

I am browsing on the Internet this morning and I discovered a company that I should have known earlier – at least ever since we decided to shed light on companies producing in a...

Photocentric discusses the reasons behind the growing demand of plant-based 3D printing resins

Oil-derived resins have often been the number one choice of 3D printing resins’ users. However, with the current fight against climate change, manufacturers are exploring if bio-based resins can deliver the same or better...

With “the Nordic region” as partner country, Formnext 2023 will put a spotlight on sustainability

With the Northern European AM industry on the spotlight, sustainability will be a key topic of Formnext 2023 Every year, at Formnext, the world’s largest Additive Manufacturing event, a specific region is given a spotlight...

A circular sustainable supply chain for medical 3D printed implants

Materials producer 6K Additive embarks on another mission to transform a metals supply chain, this time in Australia and with  Surgical Metal Recycling Pty Ltd (SMR), a company that is dedicated to changing the way we...