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The Transformative Power of 3D Printing in the Collision Industry: Saving Cost and the Environment

The collision industry is abuzz with the potential of 3D printing technology and advanced materials such as polypropylene. One of the most significant applications is the potential repair of damaged…

3D Printing Terror? New Study Highlights Right-Wing Extremists’ Use of 3D Printed Guns

In the last decade, there has been increased concern that some groups are turning to 3D printed firearms, creating new challenges for law enforcement. A recent study provides an in-depth…


Oil & Gas 3D Printing Firm RusselSmith Brings SPEE3D to West Africa

SPEE3D, the Australian cold spray firm dubbed by Matt Kremenetsky as the “most American 3D printing company,” has announced a strategic partnership with Nigerian energy solutions firm, RusselSmith. The driving…

Materialise Acquires Developer of AI Software for Cardiac Procedures

3D printing software and service pioneer Materialise (Nasdaq: MTLS) has bought FEops, a cardiac care software package developer that uses AI to simulate and predict outcomes of cardiac procedures. Specifically,…

Regular, Medium, and Large Format 3D Printing Explained

At Additive Manufacturing (AM) Research and on 3DPrint.com, we use the terms regular, medium, and large format to segment the 3D printing market. We developed these terms to help bring…

Al Arkan to 3D Print in Saudi and Beyond, Interview with Tarek Alhalabi

Dar Al Arkan is a Saudi-listed real-estate company that has built over 15,000 homes as well as malls, planned developments, and luxury villas. Active in eight countries, including Saudi Arabia,…

Motorola and Red Wolf Technology Create 3D Printed Part Library for Cell Phones

Red Wolf Technology, a Utah-based firm that retrofits 3D printers to use its own software, has partnered with Motorola Mobility to create a library of printable files for tooling used…

Sinterit Raises $1.85M for Entry-level Powder Bed Fusion 3D Printing

In some wonderful news, Polish entry-level powder bed fusion OEM Sinterit raised $1.85 million. Existing shareholders, including its main investor FIT Additive Manufacturing Group, have contributed the money, which will…

AML3D Upgrades Aussie Customer’s Robotic Welding System into ARCEMY Metal 3D Printer

AML3D, the Australian original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) systems, has received an order from Australian contract manufacturer Century Engineering to convert the latter’s AML3D robotic…

UMAMI Bioworks to 3D Print Cultivated Fish Pet Food

UMAMI Bioworks is partnering with Friends & Family Pet Food Co. to produce 3D printed pet food. They will start with cat treats, which will be introduced to the markets…

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Not a Metal 3D Printer: Arizona Startup Rosotics Launches the Halo ‘Supercreator’

In one of the boldest additive manufacturing (AM) industry launches in some time, Rosotics, the Arizona-based startup specializing in making robotic production ecosystems for the space and defense sectors, has…

NFinity Nitrogen Generator Makes Dental Resin Curing Pure

Ackuretta is a company that develops everything needed for 3D printing in the dental field. The company offers 3D printers, curing stations, cleaning tanks, resins, and software. In the dental…

Global Materials Group Acquires Canadian Hardfacing Metal Firm, Boosting 3D Printing Portfolio

Consolidation in the additive manufacturing (AM) service bureau segment continues to take place. The latest news sees international provider Wall Colmonoy acquire Indurate Alloys Ltd., a Canadian supplier of hardfacing…

IAAC 3D Prints Low Emissions Building from Natural Materials

The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) has long been pushing the boundaries of 3D printed architecture. They have now constructed a building using locally sourced materials. The 100-square-meter…

CADDi Introduces Intelligence to CAD Data Management

As the worlds of design, business, and advanced manufacturing converge into what is often called Industry 4.0, new software tools continually emerge, serving as the digital thread weaving these sectors…

ASTRO America Moves Ahead with Guam Additive Materials & Manufacturing Accelerator

The Applied Science & Technology Research Organization of (ASTRO) America conducts workshops on advanced manufacturing, helps Boeing print rotor systems, lobbies for additive manufacturing (AM), and collaborates with companies like…

ICON’s New Wimberley Springs Project to Feature 3D Printed Homes from CODEX Catalog

Additive construction (AC) firm ICON continues to push forward America’s homebuilding industry. Now, the firm announced a project consisting of eight single-family homes for the community of Wimberly Springs, Texas….

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3D Printing Is Key to the New Energy Space

While it’s difficult to observe from the standpoint of a subjective individual, human society is currently undergoing a fundamental transformation. Driven primarily by resource depletion and lack of deeper economic…

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AM & Trade Wars: China Imposes Export Controls on Aerospace and Defense Tech

At the end of May, China’s Commerce Ministry announced that, starting on July 1, the Chinese government will tighten export controls on certain hardware and technology vital to manufacturing in…

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3D Printing, China, and the Struggle to Produce Exactly Enough

Global supply chains have demonstrated an almost eerie resilience in the face of one ongoing crisis after another in the last half a decade. Still, one often gets the feeling…


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