FATHOM has introduced the 2015 trophy for their inaugural Make the Unmakeable Challenge.
MMU researchers are analysing new techniques for rapid 3D printing with conductive graphene ink to create batteries, supercapacitors and energy storage devices.
Recently, i.materialise has listed top 25 most popular 3D modeling software for 3D printing. They have overviewed the following six different variables to rank the software.
TWI and Lloyd’s Register Energy have planned to present a joint industry project ‘Certification of laser powder additive manufactured components for industrial adoption in the energy and offshore sectors’
Praxair is to market fine, spherical titanium powder for use in 3D printing by the additive manufacturers serving aerospace, automotive, industrial and medical markets.
RS Components, the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, is to expand its RS range of high-quality material filaments for 3D printers.
Finmeccanica-Alenia Aermacchi has completed flight tests of its C-27J battlefield airlifter after the addition of 3D printed winglets to the airlifter configuration.
3Dom USA released its engineering-grade 3D filament, Glass Filled PLA a composite PLA/glass material, made to extremely tight tolerances.
Fabrisonic LLC, a manufacturer of Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing machines and 3D metal printing, received a Boeing 2014 Performance Excellence Award for the second time, having received a Boeing Performance Excellence Award in 2013.
Source3™ partners with ZVerse, Inc., for their 3D color printing technology and their proprietary Layr™ content creation platform, which converts 2D images into 3D printable models, to 3D print the Street Fighter brand of Capcom.
Researchers from the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA has developed a 3D printed new mobile phone-based device that can read ELISA plates accurately as the large machines in the clinical laboratories.
Ira3D introduces Poetry Infinity, a new multimaterial 3D printer with outstanding features. Poetry Infinity is the advanced model of Poetry2, with the characteristics of accuracy, reliability and huge building volume (250x250x300 mm), but with significant improvements in its performance, especially in speed and acceleration.
Delcam CRISPIN, with the success of the first Footwear Technology Forum last year, is about to run a second event in Milan on 14th and 15th October 2015, which will focus on current and emerging technology that will help companies to develop more innovative designs, reduce costs and introduce new products to market more quickly.
Afinia’s 3D printer has been placed among the other equipment in the mobile invention lab that travels within the Great Rivers Council.
Renishaw is about to exhibit its extensive range of metrology and additive manufacturing equipment at EMO 2015 in Milan, Italy, from 5th to 10th October.