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AM Shapers: the triple bottom line and the confluence of forces changing the manufacturing landscape of (3D printed) valves

Given the present economic situation, it’s hard to have a decent conversation about oil and gas without having to complain about current price fluctuation....

Precious Metals AM in Jewelry: the ideal business case in regard to circular economy, but a sector that struggles to scale up. Why?

One of the very first additive manufacturing applications in the jewelry industry dates back to 2008: a ring 3D printed in gold, one of...

DOSSIER: Can Additive Manufacturing play a role in driving hydrogen fueled gas turbines?

To avoid climate disaster, billions of dollars are invested in hydrogen, which should meet a quarter of our energy needs by 2050. To enable...

Stewart-Haas Racing improves speed and performance in its racecars with 3D Systems’ Additive Manufacturing technology

For a NASCAR team, perfecting automotive components designed to increase speed and performance is a vital ingredient for success. Stewart-Haas Racing has understood that and has decided to rely on 3D Systems’ ProX® 800 stereolithography...

Successful surgery of 3D printed tibial implants with restor3D’s technology

On the heels of the release of MyBone from Cerhum (CERamics for HUMans), a first of its kind patient specific 3D printed bone implant, the world of 3D printed implants is celebrating another major...

Farsoon completes first phase of its Advanced Material Factory project

The first phase of the project is featuring 13,000 square meters factory space, with an annual production capacity up to 500 tons of additive manufacturing materials After 20 months’ intensive construction, the new Farsoon’s...

Ceramic 3D printing company Lithoz expands its presence in India through partnership with WIL

Ceramic 3D printing company Lithoz has signed a sales partnership agreement with Wendt (India) Ltd., short for WIL, extending this way its operations to India. Acknowledged for its expertise in the field of super abrasive...

AM Shapers: the triple bottom line and the confluence of forces changing the manufacturing landscape of (3D printed) valves

Given the present economic situation, it’s hard to have a decent conversation about oil and gas without having to complain about current price fluctuation. Yet, if we look at the bigger picture – and...

New Volkswagen ID. XTREME concept car highlights 3D printed parts for an authentic off-road look

The fully electric concept car with all-wheel drive system is based on the ID.4 GTX and combines the strengths of a modern SUV with the sense of adventure embodied by a rugged off-road vehicle. Based...

Developed by Ai Build and KUKA, the AMCell_small enables to learn the basics of automated polymer 3D printing.

A collaboration between software provider Ai Build and robotics company KUKA Systems UK Ltd. has led to the development of the AMCell_ series; integrated 3D printing systems. The first of three standardized cell iterations...

3DEO adds 316l Stainless Steel to its portfolio of Metal 3D Printing materials

Machine manufacturer and parts producer 3DEO, has added the 316L austenitic stainless steel to its portfolio designed for high volume metal 3D printing. Ideal for applications across all industries, especially in medical, industrial, marine and...

Partially 3D printed car ZEM cleans the air while driving

TU/ecomotive, a team of students from the Eindhoven University of Technology that aims at shaping the future of sustainable mobility by implementing the most recent innovations into concept cars, has developed Zem, a car...

UltiMaker introduces the s7 – the new flagship s-series 3d printer

UltiMaker, the company that combines Ultimaker and MakerBot’s products under one roof, has launched the UltiMaker® S7 – in the series of ‘S’ 3D printers. “Over 25,000 customers innovate with the UltiMaker S5 every day,...

A look at Rotational multimaterial 3D printing

A research team from Harvard, has developed a Rotational multimaterial printing technology for creating helical filaments. Using this new approach, the team designed and fabricated artificial muscles and springy lattices for use in soft...

Arkema to further reduce the carbon footprint of its sustainable 3D printing materials thanks to landmark biomethane deal with ENGIE

One of the things we learned from Evonik is that material producers can reduce the carbon footprint of their materials through the use of renewable energies at their plants. Another material producer that will...

Chromatic 3D Materials Meets Flammability Requirements for Aerospace Industry

The last time we spoke about 3D printing technology provider Chromatic 3D Materials, we told you the company was developing a “Smooth-Mode” technology for 3D printing of durable rubber parts with ultra-smooth surfaces. Today,...

Creating 3D printed meals on Mars from plastic waste

Food is such an important part of our lives and culture. For astronauts who embark on a long time mission in space, food plays a psychological and social role during their mission. With all...

Siemens expands its footprint in India; aims to push industrial 3D printing and digitalization forward

Technology company Siemens announced an expanded portfolio for the machine tool industry. Specifically designed for the Indian market, Achim Peltz, CEO of Motion Control, Digital Industries, Siemens AG, explains that manufacturers across industries could...

Diamond Age’s First Community of 3D Printed Homes are now available for sale

This short story here is a good reminder that time flies so fast and…we don't often realize how far we've come until a milestone is achieved. In August 2021, Diamond Age turned stealth mode...

AddUp introduces new additive manufacturing material, the AISI 420 steel, ideal for more complex injection molds.

Referred to in the German standard as 1.4021 or 1.2083, the material AISI 420 steel can now be processed by additive manufacturing. The recipe for this material has been given by machine manufacturer AddUp,...

Precious Metals AM in Jewelry: the ideal business case in regard to circular economy, but a sector that struggles to scale up. Why?

One of the very first additive manufacturing applications in the jewelry industry dates back to 2008: a ring 3D printed in gold, one of the most preferred precious metals for fine jewelry. Over time,...

Entering a new age of real low-cost Titanium for Additive Manufacturing with IperionX.

Used for everything from cars, medical implants, jewelry to heat exchangers and more, titanium is appealing for its lightweight, strong, stable properties and ability...


3DEO adds 316l Stainless Steel to its portfolio of Metal 3D Printing materials

Machine manufacturer and parts producer 3DEO, has added the 316L austenitic stainless steel to its portfolio designed for high volume metal 3D printing. Ideal for...

AddUp introduces new additive manufacturing material, the AISI 420 steel, ideal for more complex injection molds.

Referred to in the German standard as 1.4021 or 1.2083, the material AISI 420 steel can now be processed by additive manufacturing. The recipe...

British Army tackles obsolescence with their first metal 3D printed parts

As part of a global advanced manufacturing investment programme that aims to place 3D printed parts anywhere in the world as and when the...