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  • Axial3D opens new Medical 3D Printing Centre of Excellence, in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to advance the use of 3D printing in hospitals etc.

    Axial3D, a leader in medical segmentation and 3D printing, has opened the company’s new Medical 3D Printing Centre of Excellence, in Northern Ireland. This state-of-the-art facility in Belfast will be dedicated to advancing the use of 3D printing for hospitals, medical device manufacturers, and medical research companies. Powered by Axial3D’s…

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  • Leading Chinese PBF hardware manufacturer Farsoon completed the first phase of its Advanced Material Factory project after 20 months of intensive construction. The new factory started its very first production run of Farsoon plastic powder bed fusion material at the beginning of Jan 2023. As a dedicated site for increased…

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  • Like every year the 3dpbm team is preparing for the next season of additive manufacturing by identifying the most important 3D printing-related shows to attend in 2023. The past year saw a big return to in-person shows. Too big, in fact, with some 3D printing events overlapping, as was the…

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  • EPFL and CSEM form the Micromanufacturing Science & Engineering Center (M2C) center in support of Swiss industry.

    In support of Swiss industry, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) and CSEM have joined forces to create the Micromanufacturing Science & Engineering Center (M2C) – a new focal point for pure research, technology transfer, and everything in between. The M2C, which focuses on high-precision 3D microfabrication, will…

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  • Eplus3D opens first European office in Ludwigsburg, Germany, in response to the company's growing number of partners and customers.

    Eplus3D, a Chinese manufacturer of industrial-grade 3D printers, has opened its first European office in Ludwigsburg, Germany. The opening was commemorated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the company’s executives, customers, partners, and employees in attendance. The new office in Germany was established in response to Eplus3D’s growing number of partners…

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  • Rapid Shape opens North American headquarters at NC State University, in Raleigh. Giving the company better access to North American markets.

    Rapid Shape, a German manufacturer of modern, technologically advanced 3D printers, has opened its North American headquarters at NC State University, in Raleigh. “With the opening of Rapid Shape Inc. in the USA, we are creating the best conditions to continue Rapid Shape’s growth in the North American market. We…

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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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  • Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation (Ultra Safe Nuclear), the Seattle-based global leader in the development of nuclear fission microreactors, opened its PFM facility (Pilot Fuel Manufacturing) in Oak Ridge, Tenn. The 3D printing process for manufacturing refractory ceramic carbides was developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and licensed by USNC for…

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  • Sakuu opens new battery printing and engineering facility in Silicon Valley. The gateway for at-scale battery printing gigafactories

    Sakuu, developer of the world’s first 3D printed solid-state battery, has opened a state-of-the-art multi-faceted engineering hub for its battery platform printing initiatives, in Silicon Valley. This multi-million dollar buildout follows the recent opening of Sakuu’s battery pilot line facility, currently producing batteries for clients, and the company’s successful follow-on…

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  • Stryker opens new 3D printing facility in Cork. The new high-tech facility in Anngrove is set to create 600 high-tech jobs in the future.

    Stryker, one of the world’s leading medical technology companies, has opened its high-tech 3D printing facility at Anngrove, Cork – marked by a visit from Taoiseach Micheál Martin TD, the IDA, and other local guests. The new 156,000-square-foot development creates capacity for 600 high-tech jobs in the future and will…

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