Velo3D & Incodema3D drive technology adoption of AM

Velo3D and Incodema3D have announced their partnership to drive technology adoption of metal additive manufacturing. The partnership brings together Velo3D’s Sapphire™ 3D print system...

Victrex & the University of Exeter invests in PAEK AM

The University of Exeter (UK) and Victrex, a world leader in high-performance Polyaryletherketone (PAEK) 1 polymer solutions, have commenced work in a strategic partnership....

Sumitomo Corporation invests in Sintavia

Sumitomo Corporation, via Sumitomo Corporation of Americas, has invested in Sintavia, LLC, a company with metallic material 3D-printing (additive fabrication) technology. Sintavia is a...

Wilhelmsen & Ivaldi deploy AM in a facility, Singapore

Wilhelmsen has partnered with Ivaldi Group to deploy additive manufacturing, starting in a facility in Singapore. The local micro factory capable of on-demand production...



3D printing Bioresorbable PLA-based polymers for Medical Device

As we move closer to the 3D fab+print Conference at MEDICA / COMPAMED 2018 the presenters are introduced online. Last week you could read about Grégory Nolens from Cerhum and this week we interview Mrs Cécile Boudot from Evonik, who will be talking about 3D printing Bioresorbable PLA-based polymers for Medical Device.

Additive Manufacturing course in Norway for offshore and energy sector

On 25 and 26 September a 2-day course on Additive Manufacturing will be given in Høvik, Norway. The course is intended for materials engineers within the oil & gas, offshore and subsea, maritime, and energy sector. Upon completion of the Additive Manufacturing course, participants will have learned about direct conversion of 3D computer aided designs into physical objects using a variety of approaches.

Bioceramic 3D print company Cerhum developed an innovative way to repair...

In November 2018 the second edition of 3D fab+print at MEDICA / COMPAMED will take place in Düsseldorf, Germany. One of the presenters on November 12 will be Mr Grégory Nolens from Cerhum, a Belgian company that is specialized in bioceramic 3D printing and recently developed cranio-maxillo-facial patient specific implants together with 3D-side.

May the end user hack his own 3D printer?

There are sometimes devices where the end user is frustrated by all the things he can no longer do due to software restrictions, while the end user knows that there are third parties who have already made better firmware than the manufacturer.


An exciting growth area

Adam Page from Smithers Pira talks briefly about the exciting growth area.

Touchpoint 3D fab+print magic at drupa 2016

Now that drupa 2016 is behind us (May 31st – June 10th , Düsseldorf, Germany), we can look back on this year’s event as being quite exceptional on a large number of fronts, and particularly with regard to the role of the 3D fab+print touchpoint there.