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Bugatti Leverages Divergent to 3D Print Chassis and Suspension Parts for Tourbillon Hypercar

Divergent, the digitized contract manufacturer based in Los Angeles, has partnered with French luxury automaker Bugatti for the latter’s upcoming Tourbillon hypercar. Via the collaboration, Divergent will use the Divergent…

Vendor Managed Inventory for 3D Printing Introduced by Authentise

While additive manufacturing (AM) hardware continues to advance, much of the technology is already mature enough for large batch production. With AM Researcher’s “Opportunities in Additive Manufacturing Software Markets 2023”…


3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: June 23, 2024

RAPID + TCT is finally here! Taking place in Los Angeles this week, it’s North America’s premier additive manufacturing event, and everyone who’s anyone will be there, including 3DPrint.com! But,…

3D Printing News Briefs, June 22, 2024: Depowdering, Helicopter Cockpit, & More

We’ll take care of business first in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, as one of CORE Industrial Partners’ portfolio companies has made an acquisition. Aectual won an innovation award for…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Indian Bridges, Lamps & Patches

Ohhio’s 3D printed lamps are super fun, kind of a bubblegum Memphis design, and they totally remind me how many designs and brands in 3D printing take themselves way too…

Siemens Increases Attention on US 3D Printing Landscape

Global industrial giant Siemens has announced that the company is taking steps to help bolster the US additive manufacturing (AM) industry. The efforts will surround Siemens’ Charlotte Advanced Technology Collaboration…

Integrating Innovation with Compassion: Enhancing Patient Care at Kenney Orthopedics

As the clinical operations and research manager at Kenney Orthopedics, Jenn Rosati is responsible for advising offices on best practices for how they operate and take care of patients. A…

LEAP 71’s AI-Designed Rocket Engine Passes First Hot-Fire Test

Dubai tech-driven space innovator LEAP 71 successfully tested a 3D printed rocket engine designed entirely by an A.I. model called Noyron. This engine, made from copper, was designed autonomously without…

Measure AM Value, Not AM Printers

In our previous article, “RIP 3D Printing. Long Live AM!” we suggested that the paradigm was shifting.  It is moving away from the printer OEM being the center of the…

Optics Giant ZEISS Teams with Artec 3D for 3D Scanning Software

Artec 3D, the Luxembourg-based leader in the 3D scanner market, has partnered with German optics giant ZEISS to become a provider of ZEISS metrology software. The partnership will start with…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Concrete Printing Course & New Medium Format 3D Printers

Alquist3D and a local community college are to develop a self-paced 30 hour certificate course in concrete 3D printing this summer. The course will be $250 and is sorely needed…

Cold Spray 3D Printing OEM SPEE3D Opens First US-Based Facility in New Hampshire

Cold spray additive manufacturing (CSAM) original equipment manufacturer (OEM) SPEE3D, based in Melbourne, Australia, has opened its first facility in the US, at the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH’s) John…

Farsoon Europe and toolcraft AG to Pursue Series 3D Printing

Chinese powder bed fusion (PBF) leader Farsoon and toolcraft AG, a specialist in precision manufacturing, have announced the successful conclusion of their one-year Joint Development Agreement (JDA). As a result…

2024 NASA Grants Feature Top 3D Printing Tech

NASA has again proven its commitment to innovation by awarding nearly 250 small business teams funding to develop cutting-edge technologies. This year’s Phase 1 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and…

Fizik and Carbon Release Custom 3D Printed Bike Saddles

Bike saddles have been a huge success for 3D printing. High-end racing bikes have featured various models for years now. Selle Italia, Specialized, Prologo, and others have put lattice-based saddles…

Texas Cracks Down on Illegal Gun Switches, Including 3D Printed Ones

Texas has unveiled Operation Texas Kill Switch, a new initiative to target illegal machine gun-conversion devices, commonly known as “switches.” These tiny devices, often no bigger than an inch, can…

3D Systems Bets on Pellet-Extrusion as the Future of 3D Printing with EXT 800 Titan

US additive manufacturing (AM) industry pioneer 3D Systems has announced its latest product release, the EXT 800 Titan Pellet. The third member in the EXT Titan Pellet lineup, the 800…

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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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Can Higher Power Density Engines Lead to Broader 3D Printing Use?

Traditionally, when it comes to sports cars, interest has centered around metrics such as horsepower per cubic inch and power-to-weight ratios. These metrics are calculated and interpreted differently by various…


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