trinckle 3D GmbH develops software for additive manufacturing. Customers of the Berlin start-up can individualize 3D components with their cloud software in a mostly automated design process, while also involving their final customers.
The race is on for drupa 2020, the international flagship fair for printing technologies. Exhibitors from all over the world are invited to present their innovations from 16 until 26 June 2020 in Düsseldorf, Germany: online registration for exhibitors via www.drupa.com is now open.
Seen from a legal perspective, 3D print service providers are in a special position. Lawyer Hub Dohmen discusses this with a focus on copyright, IP law that has quite a lot in common with the subject.
The company 3YOURMIND GmbH focuses on efficient workflows in additive manufacturing. On their web platform, users can first do a plausibility check for their 3D construction, then look for a suitable manufacturing services provider.
Marking a major step forward in the application of 3D printing techniques in the maritime sector, Damen Shipyards Group has entered a cooperative consortium with RAMLAB, Promarin, Autodesk and Bureau Veritas.
3dk.berlin has developed a new material for industrial customers and started a piloting campaign in partnership with a big automotive customizer.
To identify and explore areas where AM will have a wider impact, the European Defense Agency (EDA) has commissioned Fundación Prodintec and MBDA FR to conduct a project on “Additive Manufacturing Feasibility Study & Technology Demonstration”.
ARC Group Worldwide, Inc. and EOS have announced an expanded partnership, through the acquisition of four additional EOS M 280 metal 3D printers.
Adam Page from Smithers Pira talks briefly about the exciting growth area.
Now that drupa 2016 is behind us (May 31st – June 10th , Düsseldorf, Germany), we can look back on this year’s event as being quite exceptional on a large number of fronts, and particularly with regard to the role of the 3D fab+print touchpoint there.