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Staples introduces new online platform for customized 3D printing

Staples, Inc. introduces a new online 3D printing platform that lets small businesses and consumers upload their own 3D designs or select from a curated collection of models.

Actify’s SpinFire 11.0 using Tech Soft 3D’s HOOPS Desktop Platform

Tech Soft 3D and Actify Inc. recently released Actify’s SpinFire Ultimate 11.0 built using Tech Soft 3D’s HOOPS Desktop Platform.

3DX Industries updates its AM developments

3DX Industries Inc. recently provided an update to the shareholders on corporate developments that the company is continuing its advancement within the 3D metal printing market.

3D Systems launch 3D design-to-print product line-up for U.S. GSA

3D Systems offers 3D design-to-print goods and services through the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules program.

HASCO combines Stratasys 3D Printing to create new low volume injection...

HASCO developed a new rapid and cost-effective method to produce low volumes of injection moulded prototypes using its Objet500 Connex Multi-material 3D Production System and Stratasys' ultra-tough Digital ABS material.

3D Systems’ Fabricate app, for 3D printing directly on textiles

3D Systems introduces FabricateTM a new fashion application for textile design and pattern-making with 3D printing using the company’s Cube® desktop 3D printer.

Michelin and Fives form a major metal AM company

Michelin joins with Fives to form the 50–50 joint venture company ‘Fives Michelin Additive Solutions’ for developing and marketing large scale industrial machines and production shops via metal additive manufacturing.
An impression of Euromold 2014, image source: http://euromold2015.com/en/press/image-stock/fotoarchiv-euromold-2014/

3D fab+print at Euromold 2015

The team of 3D fab+print will attend Euromold in Düsseldorf, Germany. 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing is a sector that is awarded an exceptional position at Euromold 2015, as 3D printing and AM can be implemented in developing models and prototypes as well as in manufacturing processes for make-to-order and series production.
3D printed car Strati wants to go for a ride

3D printed car Strati wants to go for a ride

You might think a 3D printed car would be a hot topic in the news, and you are right: it is! The New York Times, Mashable, Wall Street Journal, Top Gear, all these media are eager to get in the driver’s seat and review Strati, Local Motor’s 3D printed car.

CSIRO and Anatomics create 3D printed ribs for cancer patient

Australian Minister for Industry and Science congratulated CSIRO for its role in creating a 3D printed titanium sternum and rib implant for a Spanish cancer patient. The implant was designed and developed in Australia by a collaboration between Anatomics and CSIRO’s 3D printing facility.

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker visits America Makes

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker visited America Makes as part of her tour to several Institutes within the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation (NNMI) infrastructure.

Researchers create new system to customize 3D printing

Researchers at MIT and the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya in Israel developed a new system that turns CAD files into visual models.

Scientists 3D print electrically charged Vegemite

Scientists from the UOW-based ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science 3D printed electrically charged Vegemite to create futuristic edible electronics.
The ‘Böhlerwerke’ on the city boundaries of Düsseldorf and Meerbusch, Germany. Until 1992 there was a steelworks located here.

Voestalpine to open new test centre for 3D printing metals in...

Worldwide operating Austrian steel group Voestalpine has set out to test 3D printing with metals in a facility that will be opened in Düsseldorf, Germany, in the course of 2016.

3D printing revives bronze-age music

PhD student, Billy Ó Foghlú has 3D-printed a replica of an iron-age artefact to revive a rich musical culture in ancient Ireland.