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Tiny 3D printed gift for Chinese President

The Chinese president Xi Jinping during his visit of the Hamlyn Centre at Imperial College London was very fascinated by tiny objects produced by means of a Nanoscribe 3D-printer.

Arevo introduces robotic additive manufacturing platform

Arevo Labs has introduced a scalable Robot-based Additive Manufacturing Platform (RAMP) for fabricating 3D printed composite parts. The first-of-its-kind solution consists of a standard commercially available robot, composite deposition end-effector hardware and a comprehensive software suite.

PV Nano Cell wins IDTechEx award

PV Nano Cell, an innovative nanometric conductive digital inks producer has won the IDTechEx award for best development in materials for 3D Printing. The award was presented at IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2015, the world’s biggest event focused on the commercialization of printed, organic and flexible electronics.

UL partners with Georgia Tech and Emory University

UL, a global safety science organization, has declared partnerships with Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health to study the impact of 3D printing on indoor air quality.

MichiganTech professor brings 3D to Nicaragua

Eric Friesen, who works with Enabling the Future, wanted to bring Michigan Tech open-source RepRap 3-D printing and recyclebot technology to Nicaragua.

MTI to display at Defense Manufacturing Conference

Metal Technology (MTI), a privately held manufacturer, has provided components to the defence industry since 1971. Headquartered in Albany, Oregon, MTI specializes in reactive, refractory and high temperature alloys.

Renishaw brings 3D printing expertise to Land Rover

Renishaw has declared that the company has joined Land Rover BAR's Technical Innovation Group (TIG) as an official supplier, joining the quest to bring the America's Cup home to Britain.

3D Systems declares two healthcare collaborations

3D Systems has declared two healthcare collaborations, one with Intuitive® Surgical and the other with Fundamentals of Robotic Gynecologic Surgery (FRGS) group, to develop unique training modules for the minimally invasive (MIS) robotic hysterectomy procedure.

Voxeljet successfully delivers 100th 3D printer

Voxeljet, one of the 3D print pioneer from Friedberg (Bavaria) has successfully delivered its 100th 3D printer in November 2015. The machine in question is a VX1000—a multi-purpose 3D printer that combines high performance with a large build space (1000x 600x 500mm) and can meet even the most demanding industry requirements.

Printr to launch Formide in December

Printr is ready to launch its operating system ‘Formide’ in December, to make 3D printing accessible to everyone.

Materialise releases Magics²⁰

Materialise NV has released the new software, Magics²⁰. This latest version of their data and build preparation software introduces a new user interface and supports all current file formats, including voxels and .3MF.

Additive Industries presents MetalFAB1

Additive Industries’ has recently introduced its first truly industrial 3D metal printing system, MetalFAB1.

EnvisionTEC unveils new Vector 3SP®

EnvisionTEC has unveiled their newest 3D printing solution, the Vector 3SP® at Formnext powered by TCT in Frankfurt, Germany.

EOS launches EOSTATE MeltPool

At this year’s Formnext in Frankfurt/Germany, EOS has launched the EOSTATE MeltPool Monitoring as an add-on to the EOS M 290 DMLS system.

DSM introduces Somos® Element

Royal DSM, a science-based company active in health, nutrition and materials, has introduced Somos® Element at Formnext, the international exhibition and conference on additive technologies and tool making in Frankfurt, Germany.