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CORE Digital Manufacturing Consolidation Continues: RE3DTECH+GoProto Buys Stanfordville Machining

Made up of a team of experienced production executives, CORE Industrial Partners is using its large bag of money to bring consolidation and capital to small-to-medium-sized businesses in manufacturing, building…

John Deere Deal May Not Be True Right to Repair Win

As a 3D printing industry we have it within our means to augment, improve, repair, and extend the life of many of the products that surround us. We can breathe…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Bico, Microneedles and University of Nottingham

The UK´s Engineering Physical Sciences Research Council has awarded 6 million pounds to the University of Nottingham in order to develop a toolkit for the NHS and others to accelerate…

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The Coming Commoditization of Metal 3D Printing

In our article on predictions for the serial production of metal parts Autodesk’s Director of Additive Manufacturing, Alexander Oster, suggested that, “the metal AM space is currently splitting in high-end…

PixCap Makes 3D Design Simple… But When Will It Be 3D Printable?

Theoretically, everyone could publish on the consumer internet from near its very inception. One just had to learn the computer language of the day. Precious few did. Years later Blogger,…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Real Time Keyhole Detection and FDM With a Movement Speed of 21,000 Millimeter per Second Squared

Today we learn of Real time defect recognition in powder bed fusion using machine vision. The research by ZHONGSHU REN, Tao Sun of the University of Virginia means that voids in…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Braskem Buys Taulman3D, Collplant, Boeing

Collplant says that its small animal testing pre clinical trial is successful another advance putting us closer to collagen based bioabsorbable breast implants. Companies such as Bella Seno, Prayasta and…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Spare Parts for Oil and Gas, High Capacity Batteries

Oman´s PDO has worked with Spare Parts 3D to evaluate and score 150,000 spare parts on costing and printability. This showcases the significant potential for 3D printing in MRO and…

2023 3D Printing Predictions: Additive Manufacturing for Series Production of Metal Parts

As the 3D printing industry matures, we can see a stream of very positive developments unfold. Away from the hype and hubris, there has been true progress in getting parts…

3DPOD Episode 136: Exploring the Boundaries of 3D Printing with Fergal Coulter, ETH Zurich

Fergal Coulter, a postdoctoral research fellow at ETH Zurich, is one of the most interesting scientists working in 3D printing today. His work spans from 3D printing on balloon shapes…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Indian Army 3D Printing Home & 3D Printed Art Preservation

Margarita San Andrés of the Facultad de Bellas Artes of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid has been looking at how to preserve FDM 3D printed art works in PLA and ABS. Many…

Meta Buys Lens 3D Printing Firm Luxexcel for AR Glasses

Facebook owner Meta (Nasdaq: META) has bought Belgian-Dutch optics 3D printing firm Luxexcel. Founded in 2009, the company’s proprietary resin 3D printing processes can make optically clear lenses for eyeglasses,…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Multimaterial DLP Through Centrifugal Force

Jianxiang Cheng along with a team at the Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Soft Mechanics & Smart Manufacturing of theSouthern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen today have presented a real…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: LocLab and Hexagon, SpaceTech and Glowscape

eSoutheast University (SEU) Nanjing and ETH Zurich have made Glowscape this is a large format Kuka robot 3D print using Natureworks Ingeoe PLA pellets. The interactive lit piece uses its translucency…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Text to STL?

Creality explores engraving modules for 3D printers. Can other manufacturers make a lot of money by selling modules to their installed base? A new diffusion based machine learning tool takes…

3DPOD Episode 135: Performance 3D Printing Services with Bob Markley, ADDMAN Group

Bob Markley, Executive Vice President at additive manufacturing provider ADDMAN Group, has had an eventful journey in 3D printing. In this episode of the 3DPOD, he discusses the route to…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Supercomputer Simulation and Eye Tissue Models

The National Eye Institute (NEI), has 3D printed scaffolds and tissue for the outer blood-retina barrier which lets them create retina tissue models. These models could make it easier to do…

3D Printing Unpeeled: Arc Overhangs and a Tiny MSLA 3D Printer

Arc overhangs have been experimented with by FullControl members of the community and now thanks to an article on Hackaday and videos by CNCKitchen and 3DQue arc overhangs now have…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: AddUp 1M Tall Build Chamber, Casts and John Deere

John Deere has ordered 4000 stainless steel valve components made by GKN. The binder jet parts are made on HP´s MetalJet solution. Through being optimized for flow the parts have…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Circuits in Hydrogels and Local Furniture

Local Motors founder Jay Rogers is coming back now 3D printing recycled furniture using a CEAD 3D Printer. A team lead by Hui Yue has released a paper looking at…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: AMNovis New Copper Technique, Barley Husks for Scaffolds and Bentley 3D Prints Gold

Bentley is offering gold 3D printed accent parts in the interior of the Bentley Batur. Made with powder bed fusion they’re probably Cookson gold parts on an EOS M80. Belgian…

3DPOD Episode 134: 3D Printing for New Space with Maxi Strixner, The Exploration Company

Maxi Strixner has worked in engineering positions and leading firms such as EOS, AMCM, AP Works and now The Exploration Company. We talk to him about designing for additive, engineering…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Violins, Gantri and Simplify 5.0

Gantri is making lovely looking consumer goods using desktop 3D printers. This points to a new future for consumer goods with low cost systems. Researchers are trying to make low…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Electronics 3D Printing Startup Gets $2.5M, New Paper 3D Printing Technology

Australian multi material 3D printer startup Syenta has raised $3.7 Australian ($2.5M) for its electrochemical polymer and metal 3D printers. Their desktop 3D printing technology could make sensors, photovoltaics and…