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  • ReInhabit selects Azure to print ten homes using recycled plastic. Azure Printed Homes already has pre-orders exceeding $16 million.

    Azure Printed Homes (Azure), a company focused on the development of 3D printing building technology using recycled plastic, has been selected by Re-Inhabit, a Southern California home builder, for the production of ten 3D printed homes. ReInhabit plans to initially install them on three sites across Southern California. ReInhabit currently…

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  • It’s no longer about the fastest or most luxurious car. Citroën and BASF have unveiled an all-electric concept car oli [all-ë], as a manifesto on how much can be saved by reducing weight and resource usage. “This concept car shows what can be achieved when partners trust one another and…

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  • IperionX to open first 100% recycled titanium metal powder facility. Virginia’s first titanium demonstration facility in Halifax County.

    Glenn Youngkin, the governor of Virginia, has announced that IperionX Limited, a US critical minerals company, plans to make a capital investment totaling $82.1 million to establish Virginia’s first titanium demonstration facility in Halifax County. The company’s project will develop over two phases, with phase one consisting of a $12.5…

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  • Henkel's Loctite resins available on Prodways' ProMaker LD machines that utilize Prodways' DLP MOVINGLight technology for ultra-precise parts

    Henkel has entered a collaboration with a new ecosystem partner, Prodways – a French manufacturer of DLP 3D printing technologies, known for their patented DLP MOVINGLight (MovingLight) technology. With this new collaboration, Prodways users can access Loctite’s high-performance 3D printing resins on the company’s ProMaker industrial platform to further enable…

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  • Signify and Philips MyCreation print The Philips MyCreation Dropli Fishnet Lamps using recycled fishing net filament from Fishy Filaments.

    Signify, previously known as Philips Lighting, and Philips MyCreation have used recycled fishing net filament, made by Fishy Filaments, in Cornwall, UK, to 3D print lamps – known as the Philips MyCreation Dropli Fishnet Lamps. According to The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, the goal was to create…

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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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  • Adaptive3D relocates Texas HQ to Richardson Innovation Quarter. The new Richardson IQ space is 4x the size of the company's Plano HQ.

    Adaptive3D, a leading provider of elastomeric solutions for additive manufacturing and a wholly owned subsidiary of Desktop Metal, is set to relocate its Plano headquarters to Richardson, Texas – quadrupling its available space for manufacturing more of the company’s innovative materials. The new 20,000-square-foot headquarters will be located at 1122…

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  • Essentium and Braskem combine Essentium's High Speed Extrusion (HSETM) 280i HT 3D printer with Braskem's polyolefin materials.

    Essentium, Inc., a worldwide leader in industrial additive manufacturing, has partnered with Braskem, one of the largest polyolefins producers in the Americas and a market leader and pioneer producer of biopolymers on an industrial scale, to offer manufacturers a fully integrated AM machine and materials solution. Combining Essentium’s High-Speed Extrusion…

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  • Zortrax has launched the Inkspire 2 resin 3D printing system, Zortrax Cleaning Station, and Curing Station.

    Zortrax is launching the Inkspire 2 refined resin 3D printing and post-processing system – consisting of an industrial-grade UV LCD 3D printer, and two post-processing devices – the Zortrax Cleaning Station, and Zortrax Curing Station. The Inkspire 2 is compatible with a wide range of high-grade engineering resins from top…

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  • 'Smooth-Mode' technology developed by Chromatic 3D Materials. For the 3D printing of durable rubber parts with ultra-smooth surfaces.

    Chromatic 3D Materials, a 3D printing technology provider focused on industrial-strength elastomeric products, has developed what the company refers to as ‘Smooth-Mode’ technology for the 3D printing of durable rubber parts with ultra-smooth surfaces, at commercial volumes. Now, industrial manufacturers can 3D print smooth, high-quality polyurethane parts, such as seals,…

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