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UPM launches new biocomposite material for 3D Printing

UPM Formi 3D is a new type of biocomposite that has been specially developed for 3D printing. It brings together advanced cellulose fibre and biopolymer technologies.

RapidFit launches modular system for automotive cooling

RapidFit, a tool manufacturer and subsidiary of the 3D printing specialist Materialise, has launched a new innovation in its tried-and-tested modular system for automotive tooling.

BigRep Etihad develop next generation AM for aerospace

BigRep and Etihad Airways Engineering have announced plans to collaborate to define a roadmap for the development of the next generation of Additive Manufacturing (AM) solutions for the aerospace industry.

Sciaky delivers industry-leading EBAM to Hitachi Metals

Sciaky, Inc. has announced that it delivered an industry-leading Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM®) system to the Global Research & Innovative Technology (GRIT) facility of Hitachi Metals, Ltd. in Kumagaya, Japan.

Xact launches XM200C metal powder-bed fusion 3D printer

Xact Metal™ has announced the launch of the XM200C, an USD 80,000 metal powder-bed fusion (commonly known as selective laser melting or direct metal laser sintering) 3D Printer.

3MF consortium releases its 3D beam lattice extension

The 3MF Consortium (3MF) ratified and released its Beam Lattice Specification Extension to its 3MF Core Specification recently. The 3MF Beam Lattice extension is a new method for storing and transferring lattice-type geometry information.

Henkel expands its partnership with HP for 3D printing

Henkel is further expanding its partnership with HP for 3D printing solutions. In addition to the close collaboration with HP’s Open Platform for materials, the Adhesive Technologies business unit will become the first global reseller of HP Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions.

VTT has 3D printed a smart shaft: a step towards AI

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, which is developing future manufacturing concepts, has succeeded in 3D printing a smart shaft.
SHINING 3D’s new America offices

SHINING 3D opens its new facility in San Francisco

SHINING 3D, the industry leader in 3D digitizing and printing industries, has celebrated the grand opening of its new office for Americas, as part of its plan for expansion into global markets.
EnvisionTEC expand its reach in France by 3D New Print

EnvisionTEC expand its reach in France by 3D New Print

EnvisionTEC GmbH has announced that it has expanded its reach in the French market with the addition of Nantes and Bordeaux-based 3D New Print as a new distributor of its 3D printing solutions for industrial and manufacturing markets.
Proslab and Renishaw digitalize manufacturing by AM

Proslab and Renishaw digitalize manufacturing by AM

Australian dental laboratory Proslab has fully digitalised the manufacture of its cobalt chrome removable partial dentures (RPDs). The laboratory partnered with global engineering company Renishaw, to install what is thought to be the first metal additive manufacturing machine for dental applications in Australia.
Prodways bags ProMaker LD-10s order from Dental Lab

Prodways bags ProMaker LD-10s order from Dental Lab

Prodways Group has announced that the first simultaneous order for two ProMaker LD-10s from a front-running North-American dental laboratory.
Airbus and Materialise produce spacer panels using 3D

Airbus and Materialise produce spacer panels using 3D

When it comes to retrofitting for aircraft, time is of the essence. With tight retrofit timescales to meet, Airbus was looking for a quick and smart solution to produce the spacer panels, and they found it in Materialise’s Certified Additive Manufacturing.

SprintRay unveils 3Shape Implant for dental procedures

SprintRay has announced full integration with 3Shape’s Implant Studio software used by dental professionals to digitally plan implant procedures.

INTAMSYS launches 3D printing technical data sheets

The unique capabilities of printing parts with industry’s leading accuracy, consistent quality, intricate detail, optimal and repeatable mechanical properties are the major advantages of INTAMSYS on demand manufacturing.