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3D Printer Review: The Easy, Breezy, Multi-color Bambu Lab X1E

The Bambu Lab X1E is the latest release in Bambu’s X1 line. Designed with professional settings and engineering applications in mind, the X1E expands the options for affordable, enterprise printers….

ASTRO America Announces Details of Next Steps in 3D Printing Plan for Guam

For over two years, the Applied Science and Technology Organization (ASTRO) America has been working with the government of Guam to build up additive manufacturing (AM) capacity on the Pacific…


3D Printing Financials: 3D Systems Misses Revenues by 9.32%, Targets 2027 for Clinical Human Lung Trials

In the latest financial unveiling, 3D Systems (NYSE: DDD) shared its fiscal report for the last quarter of 2023 and the entire year, shedding light on its struggles and strategic…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Fatigue Strength, Electrochemical Transistors and Anycubic Hack

KTH Royal Institute of Technology along with Stockholm University has made electrochemical transistors using a Nanoscribe 3D printer. This may allow them to relatively easily make small scale and custom…

Ursa Major Among First Customers for Velo3D’s New Developer Software Tool

Velo3D, the Silicon Valley-based, metal additive manufacturing (AM) original equipment manufacturer (OEM), has released Developer, a new parametric control tool available through Flow 7.0, the latest update to the company’s…

Carcinotech to Fund Mini-Tumors 3D Printing with $5.3M

MedTech startup Carcinotech, which has developed a technology to create tiny, 3D tumor models using cells from patients for cancer treatment, raised a seed investment of £4.2 million ($5.3 million)….

Sprybuild Automates Resin 3D Printing with Continuous Platform

Sprybuild is based in Israel but staffed by engineers who came from Ukraine due to the war. The company aims to increase the yield of vat polymerization 3D printers by…

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Why Sustainable Manufacturing Processes and Polymer Material Recyclability are as Important to Your Cost-Per-Part as they are to the Planet

Plastic recycling has been a long-fought battle and debate for decades, entering the forefront of consumer’s minds in 2015 through the viral video of a marine biologist and a suffering…

AddUp Announces Deputy CEO & Innovations in Medical & Injection Molding AM

Global metal 3D printer OEM AddUp, a joint venture between French tire giant Michelin and Paris-based industrial engineering corporation Fives, appointed Julien Marcilly as its new CEO at the end…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Solenoids, Hydrogel Buildings and Missiles

Malgorzata A. Zboinska and others at Chalmers University of Technology and the Wallenberg Wood Science Center have managed to 3D print a hydrogel made of alginate and nano-cellulose. They hope…

Conglomerates Are Auctioning GE Metal 3D Printers and More

As the additive manufacturing (AM) industry continues to slough through its economic downturn, we’ve seen not only smaller firms like Uniformity Labs and Arevo go belly up, but larger entities restructuring in…

Daring AM: The Global Crackdown on 3D Printed Firearms Continues

In the last few years, a surge in police raids uncovering 3D printed guns has led to concerns about their growing association with criminal gangs. Although typically seen as inferior…

US Navy Demonstrates Deployable 3D Printing Kits at Australia’s Autonomous Warrior 2023

Last November, the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) hosted its annual training exercise, Autonomous Warrior (AW23). Among other representatives of Australia’s military allies that participated in AW23 were the US Office…

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3DXTECH Launches “Pellet to Part” Program for 3D Printing Materials

Always looking to shake up the material extrusion segment of 3D printing, Michigan-based 3DXTECH has introduced a novel initiative named the “Pellet to Part” program. To further drive collaboration with…

HILOS Realizes Footwear Designs of Ancuta Sarca with Shoe 3D Printing Platform

Designer Ancuta Sarca collaborated with HILOS Studio to unveil 3D printed shoes at London Fashion Week. Together, they created a wedge sandal that highlights Ancuta’s design prowess and HILOS’s platform-based…

Interview: NAGASE Facilitates AM Adoption with EMPOWR3D 3D Printing Brand

The additive manufacturing (AM) market is entering a new phase in which large companies from outside of the segment have entered and begun consolidating. In reality, this trend has been…

Manufacturing Giant Doosan Taps Pelagus 3D to 3D Print Spare Parts for Korean Market

The recently formed Pelagus 3D is probably the biggest thing in additive manufacturing (AM) that no one is talking about. A joint venture between steel giant Thyssenkrupp and Wilhelmsen, a…

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Evolution and Strategy: M&A Insights in the 3D Printing Industry, 2022-2023

As 2024 unfolds, the 3D printing industry remains busy with mergers and acquisitions (M&As), showing it continues on a path of innovation and market expansion. While much of 2023 was…

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Where Have All AM’s Unicorns Gone?

In the rapidly evolving world of 3D printing, startups valued at over a billion dollars, known as unicorns, once seemed as fantastical as the mythical creatures themselves. While a few…

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3D Printing Resilience: the Case of Fiber Lasers

Since at least 2020, additive manufacturing (AM) has become more and more synonymous with the concept of supply chain resilience. In 2024, there is almost guaranteed to be a striking…


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