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Ford’s GT Supercar Shows off Power of Automotive 3D Printing

Ford (NYSE: F)’s final production of its $500,000 road-going GT supercar will be a special edition tribute to the brand’s 2016 Le Mans (LM) win, in addition to the legendary…

Construction Giant Holcim Invests in Concrete 3D Printing Leader COBOD

Additive construction (AC) startup COBOD has been securing investments from some of the most important conglomerates in the world. This includes GE (NYSE: GE) and Mexican cement company CEMEX (NYSE:…


New Acquisition Gives Lithoz Three Ceramics 3D Printing Technologies

Austria’s Lithoz is adding to its ceramic 3D printing portfolio though the acquisition of CerAMing, a German startup that has pioneered a process it calls layer-wise slurry disposition (LSD). The…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Voxeldance, Boeing and Assembrix

Voxeldance releases a new version of its print planning and prep software. Boeing Missile Defense gets and agreement with Assembrix to manage the digital thread. Tsinghua university 3D prints semiconductor quantum…

AddUp to Introduce Metal 3D Printing Visualization Software via Interspectral

AddUp, the French original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of metal powder bed fusion (PBF) machines, will work together with Swedish software firm Interspectral to develop on visualization and monitoring for additive…

Redwire’s Acquisition of QinetiQ’s Space Division: a Huge Win for Both

Space infrastructure conglomerate Redwire (NYSE: RDW) will acquire UK security and defense contractor QinetiQ’s space division for €32 million ($31.7 million) in a debt-free purchase. Once the deal is finalized…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Equinor, GH Induction, Rady Children’s Hospital

Norwegian state oil company Equinor has installed a containerized 3D print lab with a metal printer and composites printer at a remote oil field. The FieldMade container has what were…

Navy to Deploy 3D Printing Center of Excellence in Virginia

In the U.S., a remarkable movement is underway where state governors, universities, and companies are promoting their additive manufacturing (AM) chops. If I didn’t know any better, I’d think that…

Ye Debuts 3D Printed Boot Powered by Zellerfeld for Paris Fashion Week

Amidst outrage at his decision to wear a “White Lives Matter” T-shirt at Paris Fashion Week while debuting the YEEZY Season 9 collection, other aspects of the show naturally flew…

Evonik Reduces CO2 in its 3D Printing Materials

For years, Germany’s Evonik has been one of the largest suppliers of materials for additive manufacturing (AM), reigning supreme in polymers for powder bed fusion (PBF). Among them is its…

3D Printing News Briefs, October 6, 2022: Titanium, Tungsten, Concrete & More

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’ll start with software, as Siemens embeds the 3Dfindit.com parts library by CADENAS into its Capital software. Onto metal news now, as research out…

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Seurat Sees Demand for 25 Tonnes of 3D Printed Metal Parts

U.S. metal 3D printing startup Seurat Technologies has reported that it already has demand for 25 metric tonnes of metal parts, filling the capacity for the firm’s pilot plant. This…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: ETH Zurich, Stryker and Evonik

Evonik reduces the Co2 in its PA 12 by half. Meanwhile ETH Zurich shows us their super thin eggshell formwork made from GF reinforced PETG. Stryker introduces a new interbody…

Metal 3D Printer OEM Additive Industries Takes on New CEO… Again

Eindhoven, Netherlands-based Additive Industries brought an integrated vision of automated metal powder bed fusion (PBF) to market. Through wins in Formula 1, as well as general industry, the firm paved…

SPEE3D Releases XSPEE3D: “World’s Fastest All-In-One, Containerized Metal 3D Printer”

In 2022, numerous developments seem to be signaling that metal additive manufacturing (AM) has entered a new era in its history. One company epitomizing this trajectory is Australia’s SPEE3D, which…

Réplique Adds a Quality Monitoring Tool to its 3D Printing Service

Replique, a BASF venture builder company, wants to make it possible for industrial firms, such as Alstom and Miele, to 3D print spare parts the world over. All the while,…

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3D Printing Layoffs Continue with Xerox Elem Additive Division

The additive manufacturing (AM) industry has seen a number of companies contract as the larger economy struggles. This has included firms like Desktop Metal, Fast Radius, Nexa3D, and others. The…

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AM Drilldown: Opportunities for 3D Printing in Canada

According to Credit Suisse (PDF), Canada is the ninth wealthiest nation on the planet, representing about 2.4 percent of the globe’s riches. Though it falls far below the U.S. (30…

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Examining the Best Opportunities in Polymer 3D Printing via Opportunity Factor Analysis

At this point, everybody knows that the additive manufacturing (AM) market (as well as many other industries) went through a rapid evolution brought on by the onset of the COVID-19…

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Markforged Buys Digital Metal: What Does it Mean for the 3D Printing Industry?

This PRO article was originally published in July 2022 and is being re-shared here as Markforged has completed its acquisition of Digital Metal.  It’s been a few months since the additive…


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