A 3D-printing device developed by a Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) optical engineer has won a 2015 Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) Far West Region Award for outstanding technology development.
The Rock Print installation challenges and expands the scope of 3D printing to an architectural scale by introducing robotic fabrication and the use of inexpensive, reconfigurable bulk construction materials.
Adidas unveils the future performance footwear with Futurecraft 3D, a unique 3D-printed running shoe midsole which can be tailored to the cushioning needs of an individual’s foot.
Delcam has made many enhancements to its ArtCAM Express software, including changes to make modelling easier and to speed up machining simulation.
At the RWTH Aachen Campus, a new company, ACAM Aachen Centre for Additive Manufacturing GmbH has emerged, using the strength of the expert community in this area of technology.
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Wolfmet launches its new Selective Laser Melting (SLM) capability that will enable the company to produce parts at a higher level of complexity and accuracy.
Stratasys Ltd., the 3D printing and AM solutions company, partners with Adobe to bring high quality, colour 3D printing to creatives around the world.
Creaform (portable 3D measurement solutions and engineering services) , has upgraded its scan-to-CAD software module.
Robox customers can now print with a rainbow of colours in ColorFabb’s co-polyester filament ‘colorFabb_XT’, made from Eastman Chemical Company’s Amphora™ 3D Polymer.
3D Systems declared a partnership with Pennsylvania State University to support operations in the Centre for Innovative Materials Processing through Direct Digital Deposition (CIMP-3D).
One of the richest men in Poland - industrialist Michael Sołowow, whose fortune is estimated at PLN 7.7 billion (over $2 billion) - has invested in 3DGence, a well-known Polish manufacturer of 3D printers.
Shapeways, a 3D printing service and marketplace, declared that they are enabling everyone in the Netherlands to get a 3D Selfie. They have partnered with nine shops throughout Netherlands to 3D print Selfies of people that get scanned.
The biomedical engineers of Tufts University, are using low-energy, ultrafast laser technology to make high-resolution, 3D structures in silk protein hydrogels. The laser-based micro patterning represents a new approach to customized engineering of tissue and biomedical implants.
Bionanotechnologists from Wageningen University have developed a new, inexpensive way to make microfluidic devices without using costly materials or cleanroom facilities. The technique, which uses a 3D printer and Lego plastic, is called ESCARGOT.