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Management Drama Continues at Electronics 3D Printing Company Nano Dimension

See updates to this story at the end of the article. According to a report from Israeli site CTech, leadership at Nano Dimension (Nasdaq: NNDM) may be fighting for control…

All-Female Vehicle Builds and International Trade Anchor Women in 3D Printing Conference in Dreams and Reality

Women in 3D Printing (Wi3DP) hosted its third annual Technology, Industry, People, Economics (TIPE) Conference and, from an attendee’s perspective, it seemed to go off without a hitch. We should…


3D Printing News Unpeeled: Lamps from Fishing nets and a 3D Printed Flight Simulator

Lockheed has used 3D printing extensively to make the F-35 Full Mission Simulator (FMS). Making use of 3D Systems´ Titan Robotics printers and post machining as well as the Digital…

New Mitsubishi Electric Automation Software Simulates Production Lines for 3D Printing

Mitsubishi Electric Automation, a U.S. subsidiary of the Japanese multinational, has announced the release of MELSOFT Gemini 3D Simulator Software. MELSOFT Gemini 3D is a digital platform designed for simulating…

Women in 3D Printing Highlights Additive Construction at TIPE 2023

The 2023 Technology, Industry, People, and Economics (TIPE) Conference of Women in 3D Printing (Wi3DP) not only served as a crucial venue for amplifying marginalized voices in the additive manufacturing…

Frictionless Adoption and Scale: Metal AM Contract Services – AMS Speaker Spotlight

Metal additive manufacturing is still young enough as an industry that adoption is a primary focus for growth opportunities. Exposing more potential end users to the right production solutions for…

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How New Multi-material 3D Printing Can Transform the Dental Industry and Beyond – AMS Speaker Spotlight

Until now, additive manufacturing techniques have mainly been used to produce existing products in smaller quantities or in personalized forms. Occasionally, an additive manufacturing process can generate additional benefits, such…

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State of the Art Post-Processing: the Key to Mass Customization – AMS Speaker Spotlight

Mass production with simultaneous individualization has long been considered one of the big goals and one of the greatest differentiators of 3D printing to all previous, traditional manufacturing methods. In…

Rail Giant Alstom Turns to Nexa3D’s NXE 400Pro to 3D Print Replacement Footrests

Trains are vital to transportation all over the world, but as they get older, it becomes increasingly difficult to keep them in service. Finding replacement parts is often a key…

3D Printing Archipelago: Islands of In-company 3D Printing Bureaus

In essence, I believe that the 3D printing industry is turning into Indonesia. Rather than have a market that is ostensibly globalized or local in nature, the sector will have…

C3Nano Launches “First” Low-Temperature Conductive Ink for Electronics 3D Printing

C3Nano, a Silicon Valley-based additive manufacturing (AM) materials company that specializes in conductive inks, announced the release of SuperGrid: a material that is pitched as “the first low-temperature curing,” flexible…

AME-3D Taps AMFG Automation Software to Strengthen 3D Printing & Vacuum Casting

According to SmarTech Analysis in its “Opportunities in Additive Manufacturing Software Markets 2023” report, this market is expected to grow faster than previous projections showed, as it’s “evolving at a…

Special Presentation: Future investment in AM – AMS Speaker Spotlight

Where is the investment side of the market heading in 2023? Rising interest rates, inflation, geopolitical uncertainty – these indicators do not look promising for emerging companies that need to…

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Quality Control at Scale with In Situ Quality Assurance – AMS Speaker Spotlight

The future of laser-based metal additive manufacturing is looking brighter than ever. The last few years have seen a substantial increase in production rates due to the increase in laser…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Impossible Objects, Soft Tissue Bitmaps and Aerorise

Weber University’s Miller Advanced Research and Solutions Center (MARS Center) has bought an Impossible Objects Composite-Based Additive Manufacturing system the CBAM-2. It is now reportedly using the system to make upgrades to…

Rocket Lab Launches First Vehicle from U.S. Soil

According to what may be the only market research report on the topic, “3D Printing in Commercial Space: The AM Ecosystem in the Private Space Industry” from SmarTech Analysis, the…

3DPOD Episode 138: Point-of-Care Medical Device 3D Printing with Dr. Steven Kurtz, Drexel University

In this episode of the 3DPOD, we speak to Dr. Steven Kurtz, director of the Implant Research Center at Drexel University’s School of Biomedical Engineering, Science, and Health Systems and…

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How to Win at 3D Printing Acquisitions: the Sandvik Example

As the 3D printing market continues a new phase of growth, this time fueled more likely by large, existing holders of capital, we will see more interesting plays by larger…

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Is Markforged Preparing for a Buyout?

With a new year comes a new severance package for executives at Markforged (NYSE: MKFG). The metal and carbon fiber 3D printing company filed a form 8-K published on January…

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End-to-End 3D Printing Software and What it Means for AM in 2023

The year is 2023, and we’re finally on the cusp of the end-to-end additive manufacturing (AM) software dream. This is a moment that we, as an industry, have collectively been…


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