It can be difficult to keep track of the developments most relevant to you. 3dpbm’s AM Focus series slows down the pace and shines a light on a specific AM vertical every month, giving you the valuable insights on what matters most to you.

    July 16, 2021

    Queen of the Netherlands officially inaugurates MX3D bridge

    After just over 2 years of suspense (since the metal 3D printing phase was completed), the MX3DBridge has finally being…
    Maritime Industry
    July 15, 2021

    Shell turns to 3D printing for offshore spare parts production

    After first adopting 3D printing for new design prototyping and tooling, energy giant Shell is now increasingly implementing AM for…
    Maritime Industry
    July 14, 2021

    Addressing key challenges in composite AM for maritime parts

    While wood is an excellent, anisotropic material and still used in modern shipbuilding, many other materials have since made their…
    Metal Additive Manufacturing
    July 9, 2021

    AML3D developing AM R&D facility with BAE Systems Maritime

    Just a day after announcing its new headquarters in South Australia, metal AM company AML3D has revealed its plans to…
    Metal Additive Manufacturing
    July 8, 2021

    AML3D to open state-of-the-art WAM Technology Centre in South Australia

    AML3D, an Australia-based specialist in large-scale metal additive manufacturing, is preparing to unveil a new facility for its patented WAM…
    Maritime Industry
    July 5, 2021

    How Canada’s MAMCE is reshaping the marine and energy sectors

    The Marine Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence – MAMCE – consists of a dedicated research and development team within the…
    Press Releases
    July 1, 2021

    CRP Technology to present Windform materials at MarineAM

    CRP Technology will be attending the inaugural edition of the MarineAM conference with an online presentation with Q&A dedicated to…
    Maritime Industry
    June 22, 2021

    Dive Technologies to deliver custom 3D printed AUV for Kraken Robotics

    Dive Technologies has formally extended the partnership with Kraken Robotics to build a commercial autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) for deep…
    Maritime Industry
    June 3, 2021

    Kongsberg Ferrotech is researching underwater 3D printing

    Kongsberg Ferrotech has finalized the development of a revolutionary “Subsea Additive Manufacturing for Lifetime Extension” technology. This underwater 3D printing…
    Maritime Industry
    March 22, 2021

    Austal 3D printed maritime crane receives verification from DNV GL

    A maritime crane developed and additively manufactured by AML3D in conjunction with Austal Australia, has received formal verification from DNV,…
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