3D Printing Processes

UK’s MTC expands AM fleet with Stratasys Fortus 450mc 3D printer

The UK’s Manufacturing Technology Center (MTC) has added a new piece of technology to its additive manufacturing fleet: a Fortus…

1 week ago

How major automakers use AM for production today, part 4: Ford additive manufacturing

During this month’s AM Focus Automotive, we are going to map the most accurate and up to date scenario for automotive additive…

1 week ago

ADDere shows viability of 3D printing large, high-mass metal parts

ADDere, the metal AM arm of Wisconsin-based Midwest Engineered Systems (MWES), has demonstrated how its Laser Wire Additive Manufacturing (LWAM) technology…

2 weeks ago

How major automakers use AM for production today, part 3: Daimler Benz additive manufacturing

During this month’s AM Focus Automotive, we are going to map the most accurate and up to date scenario for automotive additive…

2 weeks ago

SQ4D completes construction of 1,900-sq-ft 3D printed home

SQ4D has upped the ante in the American construction 3D printing game. The company, which last July unveiled a 500-square-foot home…

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Golden Globe winner Missing Link got a boost from color 3D printing

For more than a decade, additive technology has been a creative mainstay at LAIKA, evolving with LAIKA’s increasingly ambitious artistic…

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Femtosecond projection 3D printing accelerates 2PP by up to 10,000X

Ultraprecise 3D printing technology is a key enabler for manufacturing precision biomedical and photonic devices. However, the existing printing technology…

1 month ago

ORNL supercomputer helping GE Additive analyze AM data

In October 2019, GE Additive and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) signed a five-year R&D agreement to jointly accelerate…

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3D Bioprinting Solutions creates protein crystals in space bioprinting experiment on the ISS

In August 2019 3D Bioprinting Solutions carried out a high molecular weight protein crystallization experiment on board the ISS with…

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MX3D 3D prints structural steel connector for Takenaka

MX3D, an Amsterdam-based metal 3D printing company, has revealed a collaboration with Japanese architecture and engineering firm Takenaka. Together, the…

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