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ADVEO and EBP partner for second consecutive year

ADVEO has extended its pan-European relationship with ST3Di, the 3D printer and consumables brand from Environmental Business Products.

Cellulose from wood can be printed in 3D

Paul Gatenholm, professor in Polymer TA group of researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have managed to print and dry three-dimensional objects made entirely by cellulose for the first time with the help of a 3D-bioprinter.

Graphene 3D Lab and Ideum collaborate on product development

Graphene 3D Lab Inc. and Ideum are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (‘MoU’) which lays the foundation for joint research, product development and marketing.

3D Systems expands iSense 3D scanner to iPhone

3D Systems announced that the iSenseTM 3D scanner is now available for the iPhone®, making it more portable than ever.
Groupe Gorgé raises funds for its 3D printing subsidiary The Fimalac Group invests in Prodways Group

Prodways expands its sales coverage to Japan

Prodways is expanding its sales coverage to Japan and attended the large Japanese industrial show for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing technologies at the end of June.

PTC and Stratasys collaborate to define and deliver design for additive...

PTC and Stratasys Ltd. are working together to deliver a seamless experience between PTC Creo design software and Stratasys 3D Printing Solutions. The joint

3D printing technology 2.0 unveiled by Joseph DeSimone at TED2015

3D printing technology is developing very rapidly and the technique that researcher Joseph DeSimone discusses in his talk at TED2015 is more than promising.
Partnership with SLM Solutions to bring 3D Metal Printing to Commercial Unmanned Aircraft

Partnership with SLM Solutions to bring 3D Metal Printing to Commercial...

Aero Kinetics partnered with SLM Solutions to bring advanced 3D metal printing technology to Aero Kinetics’ latest generation vertical take-off and land UAS.
3D printed components SWISSto12 reach beyond the sky

3D printed components SWISSto12 reach beyond the sky

SWISSto12 SA will be sending its 3D printed components out into space after signing a contract with the European Space Agency (ESA). SWISSto12’s activity for ESA will focus on developing new antenna components based on 3D printing of plastic materials.

3D fabrication and printing at GIFA, an interview with Friedrich-Georg Kehrer,...

The 3Dfab+print team visited GIFA that took place from 16–20 June at Messe Düsseldorf in Germany, to talk to a multitude of exhibitors about 3D technologies and additive manufacturing processes, and interview Friedrich-Georg Kehrer, Director at Messe Düsseldorf.

3D printer Poetry2 with single and dual extruder option launched by...

Italian start-up company Ira3D launched its Poetry2 FFF 3D printer that comes with a single or dual extruder option. Designed for professionals, Poetry2 offers a...

Cellulose, the 3D printing super material of the future?

According to the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Aalto University, Tampere University of Technology and the University of Vaasa, cellulose is the 3D...

3D Printing ceramics, how does this technology work?

3D Printing technologies are evolving quickly and already play an important role in the areas of aerospace and automotive, as well as in the...

3Dealise provides full-service concept for 3D sand casting

The 3Dfab+print team attended GIFA (16–20 June in Messe Düsseldorf, Germany) to personally talk to companies that are professionally active in 3D printing, 3D...

Additive manufacturing: Griffith University sets out to transform the business

Griffith University will soon embark on an ambitious venture to transform the very nature of additive manufacturing in Australia, as part of the Innovative...