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Our Industry Focuses are a way to raise the standard of the conversations we have about specific AM verticals. The objective is to provide high-quality content on vertical topics whilst offering added visibility to a careful selection of leading companies in the specific field.

    June 14, 2019

    CRP Technology and PoliMi 3D print wind tunnel demonstrator parts

    Italian manufacturing company CRP Technology has revealed yet another interesting case study for its composite Windform 3D printing materials, this…
    AM for Space Exploration
    June 11, 2019

    Relativity expands 3D printed rocket production at Stennis Space Center

    Aerospace company Relativity has signed an agreement with NASA and secured an incentive package from the Mississippi Development Authority for…
    June 7, 2019

    Marshall Aerospace and Defence using FDM 3D printing for flight-ready parts

    UK-based Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group has revealed the various ways in which it is employing 3D printing technologies, and…
    AM for Space Exploration
    June 6, 2019

    Burloak Technologies and MDA embark on Canadian Space Agency project

    Canadian additive manufacturing company Burloak Technologies is teaming up with MDA, a company specializing in space robotics, satellite payloads, antennas…
    June 3, 2019

    nScrypt and Techshot to launch 3D BioFabrication Facility into space this July

    While bioprinting technologies are gradually advancing here on Earth, the next giant leap in the technology’s evolution could come from…
    AM for Space Exploration
    May 31, 2019

    NASA aerospace technologist Nathanael Miller is Titomic’s new CTO

    Titomic Limited, an Australian metal 3D printing company, has appointed Nathanael Miller, a former Aerospace Technologist for NASA, as its…
    Electronics 3D Printing
    May 30, 2019

    Nano Dimension and Harris Corp. taking 3D printed electronics to final frontier

    Last year, Nano Dimension and technology company Harris Corporation achieved a breakthrough in 3D printed electronics with the production of…
    May 21, 2019

    Impossible Objects and UAMMI test first 3D printed carbon fiber part for U.S. Air Force

    Composite 3D printing specialist Impossible Objects is not only introducing its latest 3D printer, the CBAM-2, today: the company has…
    May 17, 2019

    Virgin Orbit to explore multi-metal 3D printing with NASA Marshall Space Center

    The satellite world is undergoing a massive upheaval. Thanks to advancements in computing and new manufacturing techniques, even spacecraft with…
    AM for Space Exploration
    May 17, 2019

    Russian scientists to bioprint complex tissue on on ISS in September

    Russian scientists, together with their colleagues from Israel and the United States, plan to send muscular tissue biomaterials to the…

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