On-demand Manufacturing

  • Babcock manufactures first 3D printed metal parts for British Army, to tackle the growing challenges of technical and commercial obsolescence

    International defense company, Babcock, has manufactured and fitted what are believed to be the first 3D printed metal parts to be used across the British Army’s active armored fleets. The steel components were created specifically to tackle the growing challenges of technical and commercial obsolescence, and were fitted onto in-service fleets,…

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  • Shell 3D prints and deploys industry-first leak repair clamp. In a collaborative effort to prove the feasibility of WAAM.

    Last November, Shell successfully installed the first 3D printed leak repair clamp in service. Clamps, also known as mechanical leak repair enclosures, are engineered solutions that are used to encapsulate and restore the integrity of operating pipelines against pipeline defects, that arise through time. According to the Shell, at present,…

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  • SPEE3D and the British Army to demonstrate WarpSPEE3D printer at the US Army Future Command’s Project Convergence 2022.

    This month, the SPEE3D team is at Fort Irwin with the REME soldiers from the British Army, making parts for the multi-national training force, with WarpSPEE3D printer. The British Army requested SPEE3D’s support throughout the US Army Future Command’s Project Convergence 2022, as part of a concept assessment. As one…

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  • Estonian company, Cloud Factory, raises €2M in seed funding for on-demand 3D printed jewelry - including design, production and fulfilment.

    Cloud Factory, one of the world’s first companies to use direct metal 3D printing to scalably manufacture fine jewelry, cost-effectively and sustainably, has raised a €2M ($2.1M) seed round, led by Change Ventures, one of the leading early-stage funds in the Baltics. Participants in the round include Superhero Capital, a…

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  • Desktop Health receives FDA clearance for SmileGuard resin. SmileGuard enables the printing of bite splints, night guards, and mouth guards.

    Desktop Health, a healthcare business within Desktop Metal Inc, committed to developing 3D printing solutions for personalized medicine, has received US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for the company’s SmileGuard resin – a breakthrough light-curable, biocompatible material for the fabrication of strong and flexible bite splints and other…

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  • Xometry - Europe’s one-stop (additive) manufacturing shop. Xometry Europe gives customers access to more than 5000 3D printers.

    After Xometry’s IPO in 2021, the company reported a Q1 2022 revenue of $83.7 million – a 90% year-on-year growth. Although Xometry is already enormously successful, the company’s services have, until recently, been fairly limited to the North American market. Now, however, the company has expanded its service offerings –…

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  • Essentium demonstrates AM capabilities, at REPTX, to expand the US Navy's ability to perform expeditionary maintenance operations.

    Essentium Inc., a leader in industrial additive manufacturing, has successfully completed its initial participation in the US Navy’s Repair Technology Exercise (REPTX) at Port Hueneme, California. At REPTX, Essentium demonstrated to government, academia, and industry participants the viability and efficacy of its AM solutions to expand the Navy’s ability to…

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  • Roboze invests in the future of super materials. With the construction of a 2000m² cutting-edge laboratory.

    Roboze has started the construction of a cutting-edge laboratory dedicated to the development of future super materials. The new 2000m² facility, located in Bari, Italy, will aim to accelerate the transition to sustainable manufacturing and will add to the other already consolidated two offices of the company in the same…

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  • The Royal Netherlands Navy and Nanoe explore the potential of using a Zetamix system to produce metal and ceramic parts on site.

    Nanoe is partnering with the Royal Netherlands Navy to explore the possibilities of equipping LPD Ships with Zetamix systems – to enable the production of metal and ceramic parts on site. Founded by three engineers in 2008, Nanoe is a French company that specializes in the elaboration and production of…

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  • North American Lighting (NAL) accelerates production with in-house MakerBot METHOD X - streamlining part production and efficiency.

    North American Lighting (NAL), a Koito Group Company and an automotive lighting systems manufacturer for vehicle manufacturers, has started using MakerBot’s METHOD X AM capabilities to increase the company’s assembly production efficiency. With eight facilities across the US, NAL provides advanced lighting technology, engineering design expertise, and state-of-the-art production capabilities.…

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