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Discrimination and Inequity in the 3D Printing Workplace
As Women in 3D Printing continues its mission to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the additive manufacturing (AM) industry and beyond, it may be difficult to know exactly…
3D Systems Buys High-Speed 3D Printing Firm dp polar
The 3D printing mergers and acquisitions continue apace. On the heels of Markforged’s buyout of Digital Metal and Nano Dimension’s 12 percent purchase of Stratasys, 3D Systems (NYSE: DDD) has…
3D Printing News Unpeeled, Live with Joris Peels – Tuesday 9th of August
Today we look at 3D Systems´ acquisition of DP Polar, 3D printing guns for money, revolutionary 3D printed breast implants and more. Below you can see the previous videos.
UCLA Materials Scientists Awarded Grant for 3D Printed Batteries
The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) announced that a team of materials scientists at the university’s Samueli School of Engineering has received a grant to develop a new additive…
Wohlers Launches New Website & Releases Executive Summary of 2022 3D Printing Report
Wohlers Associates, one of the world’s leading additive manufacturing (AM) consulting firms, announced the launch of its new website. In a press release touting the enhanced interactivity facilitated by the…
ASTM 2022 Scholarship Awarded to Ceramics 3D Printing Research
ASTM International has awarded four $10,000 scholarships to graduate students for the 2022 year: Diana Wyman, Kennedy Brown, Menachem Sokolic and Sarah Boardman. The scholarships go to researchers who are…
Critical Replacement Castings Delivered Fast with Sand 3D Printing
Critical replacement parts and difficult-to-source castings often suffer from the long lead times, most caused by the wait to procure traditional patterns or core boxes. The expensive acquisition of tooling…
3D Printing News Unpeeled, Live with Joris Peels – Monday 8th of August
Today on “3D Printing News Unpeeled,” we discussed 3D printing better batteries, low-cost science equipment, a 3D printed cycling pad to make your rides more comfortable, and Stratasys’s acquisition of…
New Zealand Experts in 4D Printing Create Liquid Printed Structures with Stratasys
Whenever design artist Nicole Hone brings one of her ideas to life, she creates a world of wonder. Her mesmerizing 4D printed structures are genuinely one of a kind, evoking…
3D Printed Electrodes Could Make Lithium Batteries Cheaper
Now that additive manufacturing (AM) is being applied to an increasing number of energy applications, the technology has truly begun demonstrating the potential for revolutionizing the efficiency of power generation….
3D Printed Space Habitat Now Open to Swiss Students to Live in
Our solar system has an incredible variety of worlds, and recent research has identified several off-Earth locations as potentially habitable for humans, like Mars, Europa, Enceladus, and the Moon. With…
3DPOD Episode 114: Industrial 3D Printing Services with Ivan Madera, Morf3D CEO
Manufacturing consultant Ivan Madera went to California knowing no one there and little about additive manufacturing. Now, his company, Morf3D, 3D prints aerospace and defense parts to the highest tolerances….
Covestro Sells 3D Printing Unit to Stratasys
Covestro (FWB: 1COV) has sold its 3D printing business to Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS) for €43 million. Additionally, there is a possible earn out of €37 million. This is rather unexpected….
3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: August 7, 2022
Things are picking up a little in terms of 3D printing webinars and events this week! Fortify will be at the SmallSat Conference, ASTM is continuing its virtual certificate course,…
3D Printing News Briefs, August 6, 2022: Business, Aerospace Accreditation, & More
In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, SLM Solutions has announced multiple new appointments to its management board, and AML3D has begun implementation of an important aerospace accreditation. Anisoprint is partnering…
3D Printing News Unpeeled, Live with Joris Peels Today
Today we have a new episode for you of 3D Printing News Unpeeled, Live with Joris Peels. We’re going to once again be looking at the day´s most impactful 3D…
US Navy Selects Cold Spray Metal 3D Printing for 2022 REPTEX
VRC Metal Systems, an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) based in South Dakota, announced that the company has been selected to participate in the 2022 REPTEX hosted by the U.S. Navy….
Markforged Buys Digital Metal: What Does it Mean for the 3D Printing Industry?
It’s been a few months since the additive manufacturing (AM) industry had a notable corporate acquisition, which seems like an eternity after all the competitive consolidation and shakeup we saw…
Raising Capital: 3D Printing CEOs on Getting Funding without Going Public – Part II
In the realm of 3D printing startups, finding the right investors, tracking down capital sources, and generating demand for a product can make or break the future of a business….
Market for Bound Metal Additive Manufacturing 2022
March 01, 2022
Report # SMP-BMAM-2022
The Market for Additive Manufactured Polymer Automotive Parts: Europe and...
February 22, 2022
Report # SMP-AMPolyAuto-2022
DED and Large-Format Additive Manufacturing Markets: 2021-2030
October 01, 2021
Report # SMP-AM-DED2021-1021
Metal Parts Produced 2021: Additive Manufacturing Applications Market Analysis
August 11, 2021
Report # SMP-AM-MPP-0821
Additive Manufacturing with Metal Powders 2020
August 18, 2020
Report # SMP-AM-MP-0820
Copper Additive Manufacturing 2020–Market Database and Outlook
May 07, 2020
Report # SMP-AMC-0520