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3D Printing News Unpeeled: Tails, Wasteful 3D Prints & Salmonella

A photo on Reddit of a user making a color 3D printed model and getting 15 times the amount of waste has sparked a mini debate. But, with a 1000…

Ralph Hermanns Uses Print Farms to 3D Print Orthotic Insoles at Scale

Ralph Hermanns of Podotherapie Hermanns started his podiatry practice in a small village in the south of the Netherlands. Now, he has grown the business to over 260 locations. Inside…

3DPOD Episode 204: Metal 3D Printing with Julien Marcilly, AddUp CEO

Julien Marcilly had a number of senior management roles managing plants and production facilities, including large metal foundries. He worked for the French industrial concern Fives, which can build you…

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…

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…

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…

OCEAN 3D Printer from Azul3D Prints at 300 mm per Hour

Azul 3D has a LAKE 3D printer and now the firm has expanded with the Ocean. The OCEAN has an 812 mm x 812 mm build area and is meant…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Holography in Space & Fyous Reusable Molds

Fyous, founded by Joshua Shires and Thomas Bloomfield has developed PolyMorphic molding where 28,000 pins can be reset to make new molds. This dynamic molding technology could accelerate time to…

3D Printing Success in 3D Printed Minis

An unsung 3D printing success is in 3D printing minis, or miniatures. For over a decade and a half, tabletop gamers, players, and creators have been making 3D printed minis….

The Future of Multifunctional Additive Manufacturing: Insights from Nottingham’s Richard Hague

Richard Hague has been a true pioneer in 3D printing over the past 28 years. He has written numerous papers on various subjects, such as 3D printing aluminum alloys, inkjet…

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Bryson DeChambeau Wins US Open—Is this a Win for 3D Printing?

In a thrilling final, Bryson DeChambeau has won the US Open. DeChambeau is often called “The Scientist” given his rigorous analysis of the sport and his willingness to experiment with…

3DPOD Episode 203: TCT Asia and 3D Printing in China, with Stefan Ritt

Additive manufacturing (AM) veteran Stefan Ritt is back on the 3DPOD after his appearance earlier this year. This time, Stefan gives us his report from TCT Asia. On the heels…

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EOS Metal 3D Printers to Feature nLight Lasers

nLIGHT, the U.S.-based maker of semiconductor fiber lasers, has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) system manufacturer EOS to collaborate on beam shaping lasers…

3D Printed Food: In Defense of Ethical Meat

In Florida and Alabama, politicians have banned lab-grown meat. Ethical meat is an industry in its infancy, yet it is already banned. Lab-grown meat, in my opinion, should not be…

3D Printing Service Replique Extends Seed Investment Round

Maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) 3D printing platform Replique previously spun out of BASF, partnered with truck manufacturer MAN to create a materials hub that we love. Now, the firm has…

AdditiveLab to Power 3D Printing Software for AddUp

As 3D printing becomes more integrated into actual manufacturing, a scramble is ongoing. There’s a scramble for data, a tussle over who gets access to it, a wrestling match over…

MagNEO Project to Replace Rare Earth Elements for Permanent Magnets via 3D Printing

The EU-funded MagNEO project has a budget of €7,713,280.99 (that’s seven million, seven hundred thirteen thousand, and two hundred and eighty Euro, and 99 cents) to produce 3D printed permanent…

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Will Stratasys Merge with HP? – Dream Mergers and Acquisitions

In the first quarter 2024 earnings call for Stratasys (Nasdaq: SSYS), Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Troy Jensen hinted at a potentially game-changing future for the company, saying: “I personally believe you…

Audi Cuts Fixture Costs by 80% with 3D Printing and trinckle’s Automation Software

At Audi’s Böllinger Höfe factory in Heilbronn, the auto company uses both manual labor and a high degree of automation to make range-topping cars such as the R8 and e-tron….

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Aramco to 3D Print Part of New Saudi Oil Processing Facility

While many people are excited about 3D printing houses in the US and Europe, I’m more enthused by 3D construction printing in remote locations. The economics are much better if…

Printerior Launches Large Format 3D Printing-as-a-Service

Printerior has started a large-format 3D printing service. The firm hopes to use sustainable materials for the furniture, interior design, and architecture markets. Printerior has its own large-format machines, which…

The Only Thing I Actually Use AI for Currently

I’d like to apologize in advance for this artificial intelligence (AI) story. I try to avoid talking about AI, machine learning (ML) and all that jazz. Many of the stories…

MiniWAAM to Boost R&D into Wire Arc Metal 3D Printing

Wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) is a low-cost technology capable of quickly building metal components. While not accurate enough for many applications, it excels in producing large and inexpensive items…

Department of Defense Awards Sintavia Contract to 3D Print Hypersonics Components

Sintavia has received a United States Department of Defense (DoD) contract to make 3D printed propulsion components for hypersonic craft. Hypersonics is a rapidly evolving and demanding aerospace field where…