Whale: 3D Printers Have Slashed Lead Times by 97%

Whale, a leading manufacturer of water and heating systems for mobile applications, has cut lead times by 97% thanks to the implementation of 3D printers in its production of injection…

San Francisco as You’ve Never Seen it Before… 3D Printed

Possibly the world’s largest 3D printed cityscape has been unveiled in San Francisco, showing the potential that 3D printed models offer city planners, architects, and real estate developers. The model…

Netherlands Researchers Advance the 3D Printing of Body Parts by Using Stem Cells

Researchers in the Netherlands have taken a further step towards the goal of creating human body parts with 3D printers, by using stem cells. While various scientists and researchers have…

U.S. Army, NASA and Alabama University Team up to Explore the “Game-Changer” of 3D Printing

The U.S. Army and NASA have joined forces with Alabama University to explore the potential of additive manufacturing for use in defense and space exploration. The U.S. Army Aviation and…

D3D Kickstart Autolift: Retractable Hot Ends for High Performance

Extruder and hot end manufacturer Dglass 3D, better known as D3D, is seeking funding for high performance, retractable hot ends that can increase print resolution, eliminate clogging issues and break…

Singapore Strengthens Support for 3D Printing with $30 Million Research Center at NTU

The Nanyang Technological University (NTU), one of the two largest Singapore universities, has launched a $30 million research center aimed at developing next generation 3D printers for use in medicine…


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