Dassault Systèmes is launching the 3DVIA Make application to enable retailers to offer customer-personalized products without a need for huge back-end inventory or a lengthy completion process.
Raj Nair announced details about the company’s early access to Carbon3D’s Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology.
Youth charity The Prince’s Trust, aerospace giant Boeing and the AMRC have joined to help develop young people’s professional skills in the area of advanced manufacturing.
Ottobock and UNYQ have announced a strategic partnership to provide stylish cosmetic fairings to lower limb amputees.
Sandretto, an Italian plastics machinery manufacturer, plans entering into the Additive Manufacturing sector.
Evonik has made a venture capital investment in Wiivv Wearables Inc. The minority investment was made jointly with Formation 8 and Real Ventures.
Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies (‘Hybrid’) contributes to the world premiere of the millGrind, the world’s first hybrid grinding machine on the market.
Safran has ordered its first 3D printing machine from BeAM, a European manufacturer of additive manufacturing machines by metal powder deposition.
The world’s first spacecraft thruster with a platinum combustion chamber and nozzle made by 3D printing has passed its baptism of fire with a series of firings lasting more than an hour and 618 ignitions.
Spyder 3D World teamed up with 3Dponics to share their 3D-printable hydroponic gardening systems with their online 3D printing community.
With the release of the open-source cloud client for 3D printers it is possible to potentially connect any 3D printer to the cloud
HP has announced Sprout by HP, the first fully integrated desktop 3D scanning solution.
In Melbourne, Australia, a new cooperative research centre for innovative manufacturing technology is being established. Fraunhofer ILT will be joining forces for this initiative.
ADVEO has extended its pan-European relationship with ST3Di, the 3D printer and consumables brand from Environmental Business Products.
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.