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ECE ILLINOIS senior Trisha Gupta startup a Filify 3D facility

ECE ILLINOIS senior Trisha Gupta was recently featured in an interview with The News-Gazette about her startup Filify 3D which recycles plastic waste from 3D printing into filament for printers.

Carnegie Mellon 3D print fully functional human heart

Bioprinting of human tissue is a technology that is undergoing development, but it is already paving the way for some really exciting possibilities, including the ability of 3D printing complete human organs.

Renishaw with Aero optimize design process for aircraft

Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, worked with engine manufacturing company Cobra Aero, based in Michigan, USA, to optimise its design processes for aircraft and motorcycle engines.

Xometry offer Carbon DLS™ as a 3D printing option

Xometry, the on-demand manufacturing network platform, announced recently that it will now offer Carbon DLS™ technology as a 3D printing process option.

GoPrint3D joins HP’s UK channel partner programme

GoPrint3D, the 3D printing arm of Express Group Ltd, has joined HP’s UK channel partner programme to offer HP Jet Fusion 3D technology to its extensive customer base across the UK and Ireland.

FIT examines welding process for SLS & molded parts

The joint research project FAB-Weld now focuses on the welding of additively manufactured parts to create individualized series components. Funded by the Bavarian Research Foundation, the project pursues the goal of optimizing welding processes for plastic materials.

Kumovis develops R1 3D printer to produce implants

Kumovis has developed its R1 3D printer to enable medical technicians to efficiently produce implants and other products using additive manufacturing that is adapted to the industry’s needs.

Dunlop uses Markforged 3D printer for custom tooling

Markforged recently announced that UK-based automotive manufacturing company Dunlop Systems and Components utilized Markforged 3D printer solutions to produce custom tooling for their facility, saving tens of thousands of dollars.

KAM teams with Elementum 3D to form a powerhouse duo

Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing (KAM) announced a partnership with additive materials development leader, Elementum 3D, where the companies will collaborate to create new opportunities for entry into the additive manufacturing (AM) industry.

Materialise signs an agreement with Engimplan

Materialise, a global leader in 3D printing solutions, recently announced a strategic investment in Engimplan, a Brazil-based manufacturer of orthopedic and cranio-maxillofacial (CMF) implants and instruments.

Aeromet reaches new heights with A20X™ for AM

A20X™, the aluminium alloy developed and patented by Aeromet, has cemented its status one of the strongest aluminium additive manufacturing powders commercially available after surpassing the key 500 MPa UTS mark.

BigRep launches GENESIS Eco Screen

BigRep, the 3D printing company recently has launched the manufacturing of the world’s first fully 3D-printed urban green habitat installation, the GENESIS Eco Screen.

Nexa3D joins Dynamism to expand its footprint in USA

SLA 3D printer manufacturer Nexa3D is partnering with AM solutions and services company Dynamism to expand its footprint in the United States. Through the agreement, Dynamism will lead Nexa3D’s North American channel sales, joining the 3D printer company’s existing partner ecosystem.

Piper produces production part using 3D printing

Piper Aircraft announced recently that it has produced the first production part using 3D printing technology as part its launch into additive manufacturing.

Toyoda Gosei decides to invest in Slab Inc.

Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd. has decided to invest in Slab Inc. (Kyoto, Japan), a venture company that develops and manufactures plastic 3D printers for faster speed in product development and greater efficiency in low-volume, high-mix manufacturing.