Startup and Incubators

  • Hexagon announces winners of Sixth Sense open innovation platform. With GelSight in first place, and CASTOR in second.

    Hexagon has announced the winner of the second cohort of its Sixth Sense open innovation platform, which nurtures start-ups creating solutions to pressing manufacturing challenges. Hexagon launched the Sixth Sense open innovation platform in 2022 to support the growing demand for disruptive innovation in manufacturing. The platform offers business insight,…

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  • Novineer aims to become 'the design hub for 3D printing'. The Embry-Riddle start-up promises faster, more environmentally benign production.

    Novineer, a company creating novel engineering solutions, born at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, is promising faster, more environmentally benign production of lightweight, high-quality aircraft and rocket parts, biomedical implants, and a host of other consumer products. The company’s big idea – the brainchild of Embry-Riddle faculty member Dr. Ali Tamijani –…

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  • Wimba 3D prints orthotic and prosthetic medical devices for dogs. Using an HP Multi Jet Fusion 5210 from ZiggZagg.

    Krakow-based start-up, Wimba, is on track to revolutionize dog care, through the use of an HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 5210 to manufacture individual orthotic and prosthetic medical devices for dogs. Founded in October 2022, Wimba aims to innovate in the field of individual orthopedic supplies by creating 3D products…

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  • TOffeeAM secures £5 million in venture capital investment, to further apply AI to the design of greener and cleaner engines.

    According to Imperial College London, one of their startups, TOffeeAM, has secured £5 million in international venture capital investment, which will support the company’s further development in applying AI to the design of greener and cleaner engines, and other machines. TOffeeAM’s clients already include names such as Boeing and Rolls-Royce, along…

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  • Rivelin Robotics selected as winner of Formnext Start-up Challenge. For the company's automated metal parts post-processing solution.

    As reported last week, Rivelin Robotics has been named among the winners of the Formnext Start-up Challenge 2022 – organized by Mesago Messe Frankfurt. The start-up challenge saw UK-based Rivelin Robotics chosen alongside other international start-up companies – Photosynthetic (Netherlands), SphereCube (Italy), Alpha Powders (Poland), and Lattice Medical (France). “It…

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  • Meet the winners of the Formnext Start-up Challenge 2022. From bioabsorbable breast implants to robotic post-processing.

    The international Formnext Start-up Challenge 2022, the eighth of its kind, has recognized young companies from the world of additive manufacturing for their innovative business ideas and technical developments. From the on-demand production of AM powders to degradable implants and efficient robotic post-processing: The award-winning innovations are outstanding examples of…

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  • Plasmics, an Austrian startup specializing in developing cutting-edge 3D printing solutions, launched a crowdfunding campaign to unveil its new product – the Plasmics INo Trident. The first commercially available induction-heated nozzle for a 3D printer. “Along with the nozzle, the hotend is the part of the 3D printer with the…

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  • iFactory3D introduces One Pro 3D belt printer. Enabling the printing of objects in series, around the clock, and without supervision.

    German startup, iFactory3D, will present its One Pro 3D belt printer, whose technology has the potential to automate additive manufacturing worldwide, at this year’s Formnext. The One Pro 3D belt printer enables objects to be printed in series around the clock without supervision, thanks to the built-in conveyor belt and…

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  • 3D Printing Startup Challenge to take place at AMTech 2022, India. Launched by AM Chronicle in partnership with AM Ventures and ASTM.

    As we already know, additive manufacturing is one of the fastest-growing technologies, and startups play a critical role in its development – as the centers of innovation – creating employment and directly impacting applications. To foster the development of startups in India, Asia, and the Middle East, AM Chronicle has…

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  • GREENFILL3D wins 'ECOinvestor in the Food Industry' award. For the ECO POS project which was made using wheat bran-based 3D printing.

    GREENFILL3D, a Polish startup creating innovative biomaterials (based on wheat bran and other materials) for 3D printing, has won the ‘ECOinvestor 2022 in the Food Industry’ award. The competition is organized by BIKOTECH – the publisher of AGRO Industry and Nowości Handlowe magazines, as well as the organizer of the…

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