3D Printing

3D Printing News Briefs, November 28, 2020: Thinking Huts, nScrypt, Alloyed, ASTM International

We’re covering a variety of topics for you in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. A nonprofit organization is developing a pilot project to build a 3D printed school, while nScrypt…

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RYUJINLAB, INC Launches Low-cost Metal 3D Printing Service for General Public

3D printing technology company RYUJINLAB, INC is launching a metal 3D printing service for the general public to access, the first ever in Korea. 3D printing using plastic infused FFF…

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7th Material from Sinterit: The Widest Range of Materials in Small SLS

PA11 ESD is the first SLS 3D printing ready powder with ESD functionality available for the accessible SLS 3D printer Lisa PRO. The flagship PA12 Smooth used for standard prototyping…

CTI Biotech Unveils Two 3D Printed Skin Models for Commercialization

Cell therapy research startup CTIBiotech has unveiled two bioprinted full skin model technologies for skincare applications. Focused on providing researchers with the best tools to make the most human-compatible products,…

Australian Navy Starts Pilot Program with Large-Format WarpSPEED Metal 3D Printer

Australian metal 3D printing company SPEE3D, based in both Darwin and Melbourne, specializes in large-format additive manufacturing, and says that its technology is the fastest and most economical metal AM…

Playstation, 3D Printing, and the Future of Manufacturing

Filling an Industry 4.0 conference lineup is easy. Getting a lot of people excited about lights-out factories is also quite easy. It seems to be a simple way to get…

3D Printed Sharpie Mount Adds a Pop of Color to White Filament

Looking to add multiple colors to your prints but you can only afford a less expensive desktop 3D printing system with a single extruder where your only option is to…

Interview: Satori and Moroccan Designer 3D Print “Work From Home” Office Goods

London-based startup Satori, which means “enlightenment” in Japanese Zen, recently entered the 3D printing market with the launch of its new professional 3D printer, the compact, resin-based ST1600. The system,…

Breakthrough in 3D Printing Graphene Self-powered Sensors for Smart Tires

Researchers at Virginia Tech have developed a breakthrough method to integrate self-powered, wireless strain sensors into smart tires using 3D printing and graphene. Their work was recently published in Nature,…

Three Key Hurdles Restraining the Growth of the Tissue Engineering Field

The interdisciplinary field of regenerative medicine – comprised of tissue engineering (TE), cell therapy (CT), and gene therapy (GT) – is growing rapidly, characterized by groundbreaking therapeutic advances that have…

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Dyze Design Pulsar­™ 3D Printer Pellet Extruder Now Available for Pre-Orders

Canadian-based OEM Dyze Design is now officially taking preorders for its new pellet 3d printer extruder, Pulsar™. This state-of-the-art high flow rate plastic pellet extruder was designed with a single purpose:…

3DPOD Episode 43: Powder Bed Fusion Innovations with Aerosint’s Edouard Moens de Hase

Edouard Moens de Hase talks to us today about Aerosint. For the last few years, they have been working on improving powder bed fusion. The company has an innovative drum…

Scale Modeling Tutorials: 3D Modeling Basics for 3D Printing, Part Two

In my last article, I began to show you how to use Fusion 360 to create some basic shapes. Here, we take those skills further, exploring more functions in the…

Open Bionics & Konami Make Venom Snake 3D Printed Prosthetic Cover

29-year-old gamer Daniel Melville of Reading in the UK was born without his right hand, and has been wearing a 3D printed Hero Arm from Bristol-based Open Bionics. The company…

How Sustainable is Metal 3D Printing? AMGTA’s First Report Says “It Depends”

Two months after commissioning the first research project on the environmental sustainability of metal 3D printing, the Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association (AMGTA), a global trade group created to foster…

Copper3D’s Antimicrobial Materials for 3D Printing Reduce Viral Load of Coronavirus

For the last two years, Chilean-North American startup Copper3D has been hacking 3D printing materials by giving them antimicrobial properties to help avoid infections and save lives on a global…

2020’s Inside 3D Printing Seoul Online-Offline Conference: What Was it Like?

When the SARS-CoV-2 virus hit early this year, few of us could guess the scope and scale of the resulting pandemic, and how it would disrupt every aspect of daily…

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Meltio Engine Jumps over the Limits of Metal 3D Printing by Enabling Hybrid Fabrication

MELTIO has officially presented today the new version of the MELTIO Engine, a fabrication module which enables 3D printing of full density metal parts when integrated with CNC machines, robots,…

Authentise Integrating nebumind’s Digital Twin Visualization into AMES 3D Printing Software

Authentise, which offers data-driven process automation software and workflow tools for AM, announced that it is partnering with German software startup nebumind for the purposes of integrating the digital twin…

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Formnext Connect: Aerospace 3D Printing Remains Resilient

This year’s digital edition of Formnext managed to gather the additive manufacturing (AM) community in an unprecedented event. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the leading exhibition transformed into a…

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iPhone 12 Pro’s LiDAR Scanning and 3D Printing: What will it Mean?

For years people have been speculating when or if 3D scanning will come to mobile phones. Apple’s acquisition of several 3D scanning companies and Google’s Project Tango fueled endless discussions. But,…

How Welding Strategies Can Revolutionize 3D Printing

Welding has been an integral part of manufacturing since the beginning of the 20th century. The development of technologies using electricity has made the most common arc welding methods—TIG, MIG,…

3D Printing for Preppers: The Virtual Foundry’s Metal 3D Printing Filament

Foreshadowing the expansion of bound metal printing by several years, Bradley Woods developed the idea of metal 3D printing filaments in 2014 when he obtained his first 3D printer kit….

3D Printing Webinar and Virtual Event Roundup: November 22, 2020

We’re slowing down a little this week, as Formnext Connect is over and Thanksgiving takes place in the US on Thursday. But we’ve still got some interesting webinars and virtual…