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US Navy Awards Contract to Ursa Major for 3D Printed Solid Rocket Motors

The Naval Energetics Systems and Technologies (NEST) Program has awarded a contract to Ursa Major to develop and test a solid rocket motor (SRM) prototype for the US Navy’s Standard…

Holo’s Intricate Metal 3D Printing Assets Acquired by MIM Producer Greene Group Industries

Greene Group Industries (GGI) has struck a deal to acquire Holo’s assets. An Autodesk spinout, Holo is a pioneer in large-scale digital manufacturing for intricate metal parts. Although the company…


$25M to Back Sintavia’s Largest Expansion of Metal 3D Printing Capacity Since 2019

Sintavia, the digital manufacturing company specializing in mission-critical parts for strategic sectors, announced a $25 million investment to increase its production capacity, the largest expansion to its operations since 2019….

Velo3D Initiates Public Offering in a Bid to Strengthen Financial Foundations and Drive Future Growth

Velo3D (NYSE: VLD) has been among a number of publicly traded 3D printing firms that have attempted to weather the current macroeconomic climate. After posting a challenging financial report for 2023,…

ADDiTEC Racing & Liquid Metal Jet 3D Printing Emerge Victorious at Homestead-Miami Speedway

Just a few short months ago, metal additive manufacturing solutions provider ADDiTEC launched a brand new division solely dedicated to motorsports. Through ADDiTEC Racing, the company began actively participating in…

Rail Giant Alstom Saves $15M with 3D Printing Automation Software 3D Spark

3D Spark has entered into a three-year deal with the rail giant Alstom. Alstom, a transport behemoth with annual revenues of $16 billion, specializes in the manufacture of trains, trams,…

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To Tax Credit or Not to Tax Credit: Navigating R&D Opportunities in the 3D Printing Industry

When it comes to research and development (R&D), the landscape can be downright Kafkaesque, with startups and established firms alike grappling with whether to use tax credits—particularly as new developments…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Recycling PLA, More Efficient Atomizing

Filamentive hopes to recycle your PLA if you’re in the UK and order over £500 worth of filament. Their partner 3D Printing Waste (3DPW) will turn the PLA into injection…

Researchers Gain New Levels of Control over Volumetric 3D Printing

A recent study published in Advanced Materials Technologies by Nathaniel Corrigan, Xichuan Li, Jin Zhang, and Cyrille Boyer delves into the advancements in xolography, a pioneering volumetric 3D printing method….

Meltio Expands Global Reach with New Partnerships in the Americas and Europe

Spanish 3D printing manufacturer Meltio has expanded its sales network across the globe. With the addition of three new partners in the United States, Brazil, Argentina, and Italy, Meltio aims…

Slant 3D’s API Opens Democratizes 3D Printer Farms

Slant 3D, known for its 3D print farms comprising cost-effective material extrusion machines, has been a subject of our discussions since our interview with founder Gabe Bentz and an article…

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CDFAM Returns to Berlin for Second Annual Symposium

The second CDFAM Computational Design Symposium is scheduled for May 7-8, 2024, in Berlin, and will convene leading experts in computational design across all scales. Building upon the first event…

Nikon’s New Metal 3D Printer Uses 3D Scanning for Part Repair and Quality Control

Nikon has released the Lasermeister LM300A, a directed energy deposition (DED) system, along with the Lasermeister SB100 3D scanner. These two are designed to be used together. You can place…

AML3D’s Ohio Expansion: Capital Infusion and Defense Contracts to Boost U.S. 3D Printing Operations

Australia-headquartered AML3D (ASX: AL3) is making headway into the United States market with strategic expansion plans and a fresh capital infusion. The company, specializing in advanced wire arc additive manufacturing…

Micronics to Offer $2,999 SLS 3D Printer—Is it Real?

A startup called Micronics has recently unveiled a desktop powder bed fusion system priced at a mere $2,999. The team highlights the inclusion of its proprietary slicing software and the…

Scholars Call for 3D Printing to Be Made Sustainable from the Ground up

At a time when climate change and resource scarcity loom large, the imperative for industries to adapt is more pressing than ever. We all know that additive manufacturing (AM) is…

3DPOD Episode 194: Product Design and the Additive Journey with PADT Hardware Director David Dietrich

David Dietrich‘s journey in 3D printing spans from materials engineering roles at Boeing and ORNL to his position as an engineering fellow at Honeywell, showcasing his extensive experience in metals…

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To Tax Credit or Not to Tax Credit: Navigating R&D Opportunities in the 3D Printing Industry

When it comes to research and development (R&D), the landscape can be downright Kafkaesque, with startups and established firms alike grappling with whether to use tax credits—particularly as new developments…

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This Isn’t the End for Boeing. It’s a New Beginning for AM

Boeing is a terrible company. Right? It depends on what you mean by “terrible” — and, I suppose, what you mean by “company.” Boeing is less a company than it…

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What the Pentagon’s Interest in Ursa Major Says about 3D Printing as an Industry

In the last couple of weeks, mainstream media attention has put a spotlight on Ursa Major Technologies, a Denver-based company dedicated exclusively to developing and producing rocket motors built with…


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