Strata, Etihad and Siemens developed first 3D aircraft interior part

A landmark pilot project between Siemens, Strata and Etihad Airways Engineering has successfully developed the first aircraft interior part to be designed, certified and manufactured with 3D printing technology in the Middle East.

Lockheed uses 3-D parts for AEHF-6 Satellites

When the U.S. Air Force's sixth Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-6) satellite launches into space, a 3-D printed part will be along for the ride.

Aerojet fits in 3-D printing into RL10

Aerojet Rocketdyne, a subsidiary of Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc., has successfully hot-fire tested a full-scale, additively manufactured thrust chamber assembly for the RL10 rocket engine that was built from a copper alloy using selective laser melting (SLM) technology.

dddrop 3D printers and FDM technology

There are many different 3D printing techniques. The best known techniques are: Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Stereolithography (SLA), and Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM). FDM is the most popular contemporary technology to create products, and dddrop has chosen this 3D printing technique for several reasons.

Zuken with Nano Dimension develop advanced 3D Printing

Zuken and Nano Dimension are working together to advance the 3D printing user experience and prototype turnaround times.

Emerson opens AMC in Singapore

With the goal of spurring innovation to address customers’ engineering design challenges and accelerating speed to market for new, rigorously-tested products, Emerson has opened an advanced additive manufacturing center at its Singapore campus.

INTECH launches Jet Engine Series

INTECH DMLS Pvt. Ltd., an India’s largest Metal 3D printing provider and Metal Additive Manufacturing Establishment in aviation, has announced the launching of India’s first indigenously developed Jet Engine series.

CRP initiates Windform®

CRP Technology has launched Windform® RL, the first thermoplastic elastomer material within the Windform family of materials for professional 3D Printing.

3D printing gets a grip on the industrial world

The industrial application possibilities for 3D printing seem to become more and more recognised. Not only that, the additive manufacturing techniques is also increasingly used as a solution to problems in an industrial environment.

Lloyd’s Register focuses on additive manufacturing

Lloyd's Register (LR) held a qualification workshop in March 2017 for Keppel Offshore and Marine and the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) to focus in on a safe, sustainable and quality-driven approach to additive manufacturing (AM) of metallic parts.

Canada Makes, Fusia & MDA team up for space-bound part

Canada Makes, FusiA and MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (MDA) partnered to build a part to be launched into space later this year.

New built-up tech takes shape with 3D printing

The advantages of 3D printing – also known as additive layer manufacturing – are being applied to the A330neo (New Engine Option) jetliner and...

Proto adds PolyJet Tech to 3D printing

Proto Labs Inc., a leading online and technology-enabled quick-turn manufacturer, has announced the addition of PolyJet technology to its industrial 3D printing service at Advanced Design & Manufacturing Expo in Cleveland.

3D printing in India

To gain an insight in how 3D technology is present on the market in India, let’s zoom into this fascinating country to have a closer look at 3D printer manufacturers, 3D printer resellers, and 3D print-related services.

Mubadala, the Dubai Future Foundation, and GE launch Microfactory

Mubadala Development Company (Mubadala), the Abu Dhabi-based investment and development company, the Dubai Future Foundation and GE Additive are uniting their collective expertise behind the establishment of the first Microfactory in the region.