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Felfil: 3D Printing Filament Automatically Spooled with New Felfil Device

Ever since the launch of their successful Kickstarter campaign for The Felfil project, Felfil (situated in the city of Turin, in northern Italy) has been focused on creating quality filament…

How Artificial Intelligence Can Be Fooled with 3D Printing…and Stickers

Artificial intelligence is highly promising in many areas, but it’s still frighteningly easy to fool or confuse, it turns out. Recently, a group of researchers tested an AI algorithm by…

Latest E3D Releases Focus on Water-Cooled 3D Printing

If there’s one thing that UK-based E3D knows, it’s the maker community’s constant need for high-quality 3D printing parts, which is why the company specializes in extruders, hotends, and combinations…

Lost Your Hair? Italian Studio Can 3D Print You a Replacement So Realistic Even You’ll Be Fooled

Hair loss, and the attempts to hide it, seem to be an endless source of comedy in movies and sitcoms. The obvious combover, the obvious toupee, the toupee that falls…

OPAM (One-Piece All-Metal) Water-Cooled Hot End Launches on Indiegogo

Anyone who has worked with a 3D printer understands the struggle of dealing with watching a print suddenly and without warning fail right before your eyes. Be it a slightly…

3D Printing News Briefs, April 30, 2022: Business, Medical, & More

We’re starting with business in 3D Printing News Briefs today, as Aconity3D will be distributing metal AM powders by Equispheres and Photocentric has partnered up with umati. Moving on, the…

Epson to Recycle Metal Scrap into Metal 3D Printing Powders

Seiko Epson Corporation (TSE: 6724, “Epson”) makes everything from watch movements to desktop printers. Given its precision and printing expertise it has long been speculated that the company would enter the…

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Amazon Satellites Get Boost from Aerojet Rocketdyne’s 3D Printed Rockets

In early April 2022, American spacecraft launch service provider United Launch Alliance (ULA) signed the largest commercial launch contract in history with Amazon, promising to launch 38 Vulcan Centaur rockets…

Aussie Space 3D Printing Advances with AU$52M Grant to Gilmour Space

Gilmour Space Technologies is one of the most active companies in Australia’s emerging commercial space sector. Since 2013, it has been developing low-cost hybrid launch vehicles for small satellites using…

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Apple 3D Printing: Is It Possible to 3D Print an iPhone?

Tech news sites like to regularly report on Apple’s latest patent filings, especially when this comes to such unique technologies as 3D printing. But how feasible is it that a…

3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: January 16, 2022

We’re back in business this week with plenty of webinars and events, both virtual and in-person, starting with the second edition of the all-female-speaker TIPE 3D Printing conference. There are…

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3D Printed Flexible Displays Could Be Made at Home… One Day

In order to progress additive manufacturing (AM) to the point of directly producing functional end goods—think smartphones, tablets, sensors and more—the 3D printing of electronics is going to have to…

Bioprinting Firm REGEMAT3D Preps for IPO with Crowdfunding Campaign

In 2022, Spanish biotech company REGEMAT 3D will open an equity crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube to add to the €402,500 ($457,000) raised during its first financing round. The funds will…

Desktop Metal Qualifies Commercially Pure Copper for Production 3D Printer

With revenues shooting up but net losses reported at nearly $67 million, Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM) is keeping its nose to the grindstone, announcing a large order from a German…

3D Printing News Briefs, December 15, 2021: New 3D Printers, Business, & More

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re starting with a little business first. Then we’ll tell you about two new 3D printers, and then move on to 3D printed homes,…

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