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ThrinnoMarketplace: a one-stop business platform

Thrinno is launching ‘ThrinnoMarketPlace®’, the first ever integrated manufacturing platform for metal additive manufacturing (AM) where companies can obtain the most competitive price based on the actual manufacturing capacity available.

UL’s Blue Card Program

UL, a global safety science organization, has announced a new “Plastics for Additive Manufacturing Program (Blue Card Program)”.

Klöckner invests in BigRep

Klöckner & Co has invested in technology startup BigRep via its venture capital subsidiary kloeckner.v.

SHINING3D launches EMEA HQ in Stuttgart

SHINING3D, a leading global developer and manufacturer of 3D-scanning, -printing and -software solutions, has announced its opening of SHINING3D European Headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany.
Stephan Kühr, founder and manager 3YOURMIND GmbH

Many businesses are interested in 3D printing but they don’t know...

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.

Sigma won a contract from Solar Turbines Inc.

Sigma Labs, Inc. (“Sigma Labs” or the “Company”), a provider of quality assurance software under the PrintRite3D® brand, has announced that it has received a contract from Solar Turbines Incorporated, a subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., located in San Diego.

Boston Engineering speeds prototyping using Rize One

Waltham, Massachusetts-based Boston Engineering, has provided comprehensive product design and engineering consulting services spanning the entire product development process.

MAN Diesel & Turbo extends AM benefits

As of now, MAN Diesel & Turbo is equipping gas turbines with 3D-printed components. To exploit the potential of the technology even further, MAN Diesel & Turbo is currently investing in the “MAN Center for Additive Manufacturing".

Researchers created microreactor for MS analysis

Dr Gianmario Scotti, from the Faculty of Pharmacy, has found polypropylene on eBay, and bought a couple of rolls of filament. And after just a handful of developmental phases, the researchers created a microreactor that can be used for mass spectrometry analysis.

Aleph spread out milestones for its success

Aleph Objects, Inc., makers of the award-winning LulzBot 3D Printers, has announced two major milestones that position it for continued success.

PolyU launches URF in U3DP

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has launched the University Research Facility in 3D Printing (U3DP) to support teaching, learning and research.
Additive manufacturing and smart manufacturing event organised by GABA

Additive manufacturing and smart manufacturing event organised by GABA

On Wednesday, May 10, GABA – the German American Business Association – organise an event on how additive manufacturing and smart manufacturing are revolutionising the world. Manufacturers will be challenged to learn from their data not only to gain an edge in production, but to develop adaptive complementary options and services for their products, generating new revenue streams.

Continental AG handpicked Concept Laser for 3D printing

Continental, one of the world's leading automotive suppliers, has made a commitment to additive manufacturing of metal parts.

Liebherr’s 3D primary flight control flown on an Airbus

On March 30th 2017, Airbus successfully flew Liebherr-Aerospace’s 3D printed spoiler actuator valve block on a flight test A380.

Wohlers collabs with Materialise on DfAM

Wohlers Associates, Inc., a consulting firm focused on additive manufacturing and 3D printing worldwide, has announced a 3-day course on Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM), which is being held in collaboration with Materialise, an industry-leading provider of 3D printing software and services.