Home News


Start-ups and small medium enterprises can also join 3DPA

The 3DPA continues to grow and the membership director Ian Ferguson gives us an update on how the association is developing.

Zortrax’s 3D printers helps to upgrade aircraft to comply with NATO...

Zortrax is to assist Wojskowe Zakłady Lotnicze Nr 2 S.A. in the maintenance and modernization services of aircraft, with the 3D printing technology.

Afinia receives 3D Printing Excellence Award for H800 3D Printer

Afinia has received the 2015 3D Printing Excellence Award for its innovative H800 3D Printer from TechZone 360.

Sciaky’s new lineup of EBAM systems at 3D Print UAE

Sciaky, Inc.'s new lineup of Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing Systems (EBAM) are represented by EFESTO, LLC at the 3D Print UAE Exhibition & Conference at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

New RS brand IdeaWerk 3D printer handles multiple filament materials

RS Components has launched a new, more advanced model of its RS brand IdeaWerk 3D printer that can handle multiple types of filaments, including Flexible, PLA, ABS, PA/NYLON, PC, HIPS and PVA.

UNO awarded $800,000 grant for advanced manufacturing research

The University of New Orleans is awarded a 5-year $800,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for conducting advanced manufacturing research.

R&D Technologies employs local talents for 3D printing innovations

R&D Technologies, based in North Kingstown, R.I., employs some of the newest and brightest engineering minds that the New England has to offer through an internship program to help in the next generation 3D printing.

Mazak to showcase its INTEGREX i-400AM for AM at EMO 2015

Yamazaki Mazak is to place its new SMOOTH Technology CNC ‘family’ at EMO 2015 along with INTEGREX i-400AM for additive manufacturing.

DLA aims to cut costs and improve parts support using 3D...

The Defence Logistics Agency (DLA) started evaluating whether 3D printing could lower the cost and reduce lead times for hard-to-source, obsolete and back-ordered parts.

NNL granted with £1.5M for advanced fuel materials and manufacturing processes...

The Department of Energy and Climate Change has awarded £1.5M to the National Nuclear Laboratory and £1M to The University of Manchester to fund new capital equipment for nuclear fuel and manufacturing research including AM.

Rockwell Collins makes use of 3D printed optics by Luxexcel

Rockwell Collins, a pioneer in the development of aviation electronic solutions, collaborates with Luxexcel, 3D printing service for optical grade transparent products, to test applications of 3D printed lenses.

CRP Technology celebrates 20 years of Additive Manufacturing

CRP Technology, this year celebrates its twenty years of additive manufacturing and ten years of Windform XT, one of the top-level 3D printing materials.

3D printed brain ’tissue’ to help combat disease

Researchers at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science have developed a 3D printed layered structure incorporating neural cells that mimics the structure of brain tissue.

Airbus BizLab selects five start-ups in its first call for projects

Airbus BizLab has selected the first five start-ups in its first call for projects including a project that streamlines 3D printing data.

gCreate releases large format desktop 3D printers

gCreate LLC has just released two incredible FDM 3D printers, the gMax 1.5+ and the gMax 1.5 XT+.