Industry Roundup

  • Photo of 3DnA purchases Stratasys large-scale F900 3D printer

    3DnA SRL, one of Italy’s leading engineering services bureaus, purchased a Stratasys F900 3D printer after having successfully used Stratasys’s Fortus 450mc system for prototyping and end-use parts manufacturing. The purchase allows 3DnA to expand its production capabilities into new markets in transportation. The engineering firm will be focusing on…

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  • Photo of 5N Plus enters additive manufacturing market, substantially expands the company’s AM powder offering

    5N Plus, a Canadian specialty chemicals and engineered materials firm based in Montreal, entered the additive manufacturing market by launching a broad portfolio of metal powder products. The company’s recent ambition is a new addition to the Canadian AM space, where 5N Plus promises to offer power materials with melting…

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  • Photo of Our favorite 3D automotive restoration projects

    With its propensity for custom, one-off designs, it is no wonder that 3D technologies like scanning and 3D printing have been eagerly adopted by automotive restoration professionals. The technologies have literally given them the tools to bring vintage and rare cars back to their former glory, not just in look,…

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  • Photo of A look back at additive manufacturing in 2019

    Over the past few years, it has been a pleasure to follow the evolution and growth of the additive manufacturing industry, covering many firsts and breakthrough innovations. As the technology matures across all fronts—hardware, materials, software and applications—we will likely see fewer “first 3D printed” announcements, but that does not…

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  • Photo of Highlights from Formnext 2019

    It is November 19th, 2019 and the fifth edition of Formnext is off to a promising start. 3dpbm’s team on the ground will be speaking with various industry partners and experts to learn about new technologies and releases as well as tracking this year’s Formnext trends. Playing a more omniscient…

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  • Photo of New 3D printing material releases to lookout for at Formnext 2019

    Henkel, Clariant and MakerBot are just a few of the companies that will be bringing new 3D printing material offerings to Formnext 2019 next week. Henkel and Clariant are expanding market options for flame-retardant materials, while MakerBot has introduced its eighth engineering-grade filament for its METHOD 3D printer. Henkel launches fire-safe…

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  • Photo of AM software announcements from AMFG, nTopology, MachineWorks, 3YOURMIND

    One of the keys to taking additive manufacturing to the next level in terms of industrialization is software. AM software advancements will not only unlock new designs and geometries, but will enable more efficient, connected and, crucially, automated production workflows. Fortunately, there are many software developers in the industry which…

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  • Photo of New 3D printing materials from Huntsman and Cubicure

    In the lead up to Formnext 2019, we’re bound to see many companies from across the AM industry unveiling new hardware products, materials and software programs. On the polymer materials front, chemical company Huntsman and 3D printing company Cubicure have today revealed the launch of new 3D printing filaments and…

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  • Photo of DSM releases flame retardant filament, Link3D raises $7M and more

    This week, we take a brief look at some new releases and announcements from materials company Royal DSM, 3D printer manufacturer Markforged and additive workflow software company Link3D. DSM releases new flame retardant PA6/66 filament Global science company Royal DSM has released a new flame-retardant filament: Novamid AM1030 FR. The…

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  • Photo of What Evonik, LEHVOSS and DSM are bringing to Formnext 2019

    This year, Formnext will see the participation of some of the world’s leading chemical and materials companies. Read on to see what some of them will be bringing to the international trade show. Evonik to launch “ready-to-use” materials campaign at Formnext At this year’s Formnext, materials giant Evonik will be…

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