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nTopology and ORNL Partner to Optimize BAAM 3D Printing

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is the epicenter of a great deal of exciting research currently taking place in the 3D printing industry, much of…

US Navy and ORNL Team Up to Develop the Military’s First 3D Printed Submarine Hull on the BAAM

3D printing technology is used often in the military these days: the Marine Corps created a 3D printed surveillance drone and are learning to use the technology to solve on-site problems,…

Manufacturing Demonstration Facility’s New BAAM 3D Printer Gets a Multi-Material Upgrade

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to see a Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) machine in person. The BAAM in operation at Additive Engineering Solutions in Akron is…

BAAM 3D printer at Additive Engineering Solutions

BAAM 3D printer at Additive Engineering Solutions

June 13, 2017

A very quick look at the BAAM in action at AES in Akron, Ohio during a company open house; a table being 3D printed was in use later in the…

BAAM 3D Printer Gets Major Upgrade — Prints 100 lbs of Material Per Hour & More

Way back in June of last year we covered an announcement by Cincinnati Inc. and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) which revealed one of the world’s largest and most…

BAAM 3D Printer Manufacturer, Cincinnati Inc., Names Carey Chen new CEO

Last month, Local Motors 3D printed the first car, the Strati, within a 44 hour time frame. In doing so, they received a tremendous amount of publicity, and rightfully so. The…

Bay Area Advanced Manufacturing (BAAM) Hub Launches With 12 Companies Working With 3D Printing

If you have attended any of the various 3D printing expos or shows, or if you follow the industry as much as we do here at 3DPrint.com, then you know…

Details Emerge on BAAM 3D Printer – 200X Faster – Prints 10 lbs Plastic/Hour

Back in February the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), and Cincinnati Inc. set quite a goal for themselves within the 3D printing space. They set out…

EPlus3D 3D Prints Train Brake Disk in 631 Hours

Chinese Powder Bed Fusion company E Plus 3D is on the move. The company at first made printers that were kissing cousins close to some more famous ones from other…

3D Printed Statues of 120 Female STEM Innovators Displayed at Smithsonian

March is Women’s History Month, and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate than with what’s been called the “largest collection of statues of women” in the “#IfThenSheCan…

3D Printing Drone Swarms, Part 10: Mines & Loitering Munitions

As we discuss in our ongoing 3D Printing Drone Swarms series, additive manufacturing (AM) will play an increasing role in the production of all manner of semi-sentient robots. This has been…

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3D Printed Car Company Local Motors Shuts Down

Multiple automotive and tech news sites have reported that Local Motors (LM), the manufacturer of the Olli 3D printed shuttle, has ceased operations. The main source of information comes from…

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2022 Predictions: What Does the Year Hold for Large-Format 3D Printing?

As a tumultuous 2021 comes to a close, SmarTech Analysis has predicted that the 3D printing industry is poised for its greatest level of growth yet. The key verticals and…

The State of the Korean 3D Printing Market

I am Inbo Song, the CEO of 3DGURU, which provides information about global trends, related technology, case studies, and 3D printing news to users in South Korea, as well as…

3D Printing News Briefs, July 24, 2021: GoProto, Parmatech, 3DEO, & MPIF, 6K, Chris Borge, 3DQue, ORNL

In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re starting with some business, as GoProto ANZ has announced an important industry certification, and then Parmatech, 3DEO, and 6K have each…

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