GE Additive & General Dynamics Land Systems 3D Print Metal Part for US Ground Combat Vehicle

GE Additive Print Services has shared their additive manufacturing expertise and success with General Dynamics Land Systems to 3D print a titanium cable guard at their Pittsburgh production site. This…

Are Bioprinting Proponents Just Big Talkers?

In the paper “Three‐Dimensional Bioprinting in Regenerative Medicine: Reality, Hype, and Future,” authors Anthony Atala and Gabor Forgacs explore some necessary topics within 3D printing and bioprinting. The technology has…

Rapid 2019: FluidForm 3D Prints Silicones, Urethanes, Epoxies & Liquid metals

As hundreds of exhibitors take over the Cobo Center in Detroit for the RAPID+TCT show from May 20-23, visitors are able to see a wide range of different 3D printing…

The Netherlands: 3devo to Release AIRID 3D Printing Polymer Dryer in June

Based in the Netherlands, 3devo continues on their mission to bring 3D printing accessories to the rest of the world—offering affordable, accessible products that are also high quality for users…

3D Printed Medical Models May Assist in Better Monitoring of Ventricular Devices & Blood Flow

In ‘Innovative Modeling Techniques and 3D Printing in Patients with Left Ventricular Assist Devices: A Bridge from Bench to Clinical Practice,’ US researchers examine new techniques for better monitoring of…

XJet Technology Unlocks 5G Network for UDEL; Marvel Medtech Buys XJet Carmel 1400 3D Printer for Breast Cancer Prevention

With RAPID + TCT 2019 in full swing, Israel’s XJet Ltd. has a substantial amount of news, beginning with a 3D printed antenna created at the University of Delaware (UDEL),…

Rapid 2019: Laminated Resin Printing Technology: Callaghan Innovation Presents MicroMaker3D

Many developments are being made on the microscopic scale in 3D printing—with numerous examples on display this week at RAPID + TCT 2019 in Detroit (May 20-23). New Zealand is…

ITAMCO & Purdue Collaborate on 3D Printed Runway Mats for Air Force

Most branches of the military have begun relying on 3D printing due to a host of benefits that complement their needs. Self-sustainability and portability are high on that list though…

Impossible Objects Makes Presence Known at RAPID + TCT with CBAM-2 3D Printing System, BASF Collaboration on Materials

Impossible Objects is a dynamic presence this year participating at RAPID + TCT 2019 in Detroit from May 20-23, as they unveil their new 3D printing system, the CBAM-2, while…

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