Materials

  • Photo of MakerBot releases LABS Experimental Extruder for METHOD 3D printer

    Desktop 3D printing company MakerBot, a subsidiary of Stratasys, has released the new MakerBot LABS Experimental Extruder for its METHOD 3D printer. The new piece of hardware effectively transforms the METHOD machine into an open material platform, allowing users to work with a broader range of third-party materials. The new…

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  • Photo of 3D Printlife donates 4,000 kg of PLA for printing face shields

    American filament company 3D Printlife has announced it is donating 4,000 kg of PLA to support the production of 3D printed face shields for medical workers. The amount of material is expected to be enough to 3D print over 115,000 Prusa-designed face shields. As part of its effort, 3D Printlife…

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  • Photo of Solvay supports COVID-19 efforts with materials expertise

    Belgian chemical company Solvay is leveraging its extensive expertise in thermoplastic materials—and especially medical-grade plastics—to support various efforts aimed at fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. The company announced this week that it has partnered with aerospace company Boeing to support its production of 3D printed face shields, and it is offering…

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  • Photo of Essentium and LEHVOSS deliver engineering-grade materials for HSE 3D printing

    3D printing company Essentium Inc. has announced a partnership with chemicals company LEHVOSS Group, through which it has developed high-performance materials for industrial-scale extrusion 3D printing processes. The materials are certified and meet the standards required for applications in the aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, biomedical and electronic manufacturing industries.…

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  • Photo of UL issues certification guideline for safety-critical 3D printed polymers

    Safety science certification company UL has published an independent research study about the effects of 3D printing on safety-critical polymer performance properties. The research findings from the study have enabled the standards group to develop a framework for evaluating and qualifying materials, which will help additive manufacturing businesses from across…

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  • Photo of Biogelx welcomes new CEO Alison Clayton

    Scotland-based biomaterials firm Biogelx has announced the appointment of a new CEO, Alison Clayton. Clayton will take over the leading position from Mitch Scanlan, who recently retired. The company has also announced the appointment of Margaret Temple to its board of directors as well as the completion of a successful…

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  • Photo of DSM and JuggerBot 3D partner to advance FGF 3D printing

    Global sciences company Royal DSM has announced an expanded partnership with JuggerBot 3D, a 3D printer manufacturer based in Youngstown, Ohio. The aim of the collaboration is to advance fused granulate fabrication (FGF) and drive its industrialization by developing high-performance pellet-based 3D printers and materials. Pellet materials are something of…

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  • Photo of Fortify launches CKM material handling module

    Boston-based 3D printing startup Fortify has announced the launch of its Continuous Kinetic Mixing (CKM) system, which will complement its Fluxprint 3D printing module and enable new functionality in printed photopolymers. The CKM system is a material handling module for polymers filled with fiber and particle additives. The CKM material…

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  • Photo of EDAG develops crash-proof aluminum alloy for automotive 3D printing

    Although we have not been able to establish a direct channel with their team, EDAG remains one of the most interesting, innovative and capable firms in the entire automotive additive production scenario. After showing some of the interesting cases and research studies in the automotive segment, the German design studio…

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  • Photo of SUTD targets localized circular economy for green 3D printing materials

    In nature, biological materials and organisms are part of a circular process of production and degradation. This process sustains the Earth and living things on it. Humans, however, have introduced new materials and products which do not fit into the circular economy, resulting in waste, which—as we all know—is detrimental…

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