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Adaxis’s U.S. Debut: Pioneering the Robotics and 3D Printing Nexus

Taking its advanced solutions outside of its European home, ADAXIS launched its U.S. headquarters in March 2024, setting the stage for a transformative fusion of robotics and 3D printing technologies…

Technology and Material Advisor Aids Customers in 3D Printing Services via MakerVerse

As additive manufacturing (AM) services evolve to serve the industrial 3D printing era, they are increasingly attempting to differentiate themselves and, more importantly, adequately serve their customers’ needs. Among them…

InfinitForm Comes out of Stealth with AI Co-pilot for Manufacturing Design

As manufacturing goes digital, new software tools are proving to be the key to streamlining the connection between users and advanced manufacturing hardware. Whether that is artificial intelligence (AI) for…

US Army Contracts 3YOURMIND & Phillips Corp. for 3D Printed Tank Parts Identification

The US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC) has awarded 3YOURMIND and Phillips Corporation Federal Division a contract to develop part identification solutions for tanks….

DiManEx Partners with AMC Bridge for Digital Warehouse Integration

The market for digital warehousing and part identification software is becoming more consolidated. Companies like 3YOURMIND are deploying software to the military, Immense is securing $20 million for digital warehousing…

Microsoft to Boost Hexagon’s Nexus Platform for Agile Manufacturing

Swedish software leader Hexagon (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXA B) and Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) are teaming up once again to make manufacturing much easier and faster. Through their latest collaboration, they are…

3YOURMIND & Nigerian Oilfield Services Firm RusselSmith Team Up on 3D Printed Part Inventory

3YOURMIND, the German and U.S. software services provider specializing in digital inventory platforms for additive manufacturing (AM), has partnered with Nigerian oilfield services firm RusselSmith to digitize spare part files…

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Supply Chain Management and the Role of 3D Printing Digital Inventories

As the additive manufacturing (AM) industry grows beyond its humble roots as a rapid prototyping technology, it has been adopted by some of the world’s leading companies to produce not…

HILOS Launches Studio OS for AI-Driven 3D Printed Shoe Design

At Milan Design Week, footwear 3D printing startup HILOS has unveiled its latest development, Studio OS. Introduced at the historical Villa Bagatti Valsecchi, the platform is meant to redefine how…

Further Understanding of 3D Printing Design at ADDITIV Design World

ADDITIV is back once again! This time, the virtual platform for additive manufacturing will be holding the first-ever edition of ADDITIV Design World on May 23rd from 9:00 AM –…

3D Printing News Briefs, April 20, 2024: Manufacturing 4.0 Consortium, Blow Molding, & More

We’re starting with news about a manufacturing consortium in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, as OPEN MIND Technologies has joined the Georgia Tech Manufacturing 4.0 Consortium. Moving on, industrial machining…

CADchat Introduces Digital Workspaces, Video Conferencing for CAD

Graham Bredemeyer, the founder of innovative additive manufacturing (AM) firm Collider, is back on the startup scene, this time with a platform for CAD-related video conferencing called CADchat. The company…

3D Printing News Briefs, April 13, 2024: Robotics, Orthotics, & Hypersonics

In 3D Printing News Briefs today, we’re focusing first on robotics, as Carnegie Mellon University’s new Robotics Innovation Center will house several community outreach programs, and Ugogo3D is now working…

Slant 3D’s API Opens Democratizes 3D Printer Farms

Slant 3D, known for its 3D print farms comprising cost-effective material extrusion machines, has been a subject of our discussions since our interview with founder Gabe Bentz and an article…

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CDFAM Returns to Berlin for Second Annual Symposium

The second CDFAM Computational Design Symposium is scheduled for May 7-8, 2024, in Berlin, and will convene leading experts in computational design across all scales. Building upon the first event…

3D Printing News Briefs, April 6, 2024: Depowdering, Cybertruck Door Handles, & More

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, ioTech’s digital manufacturing CLAD technology is opening up opportunities for microelectronics and additive manufacturing. Hexagon and Raytheon Technologies commercially released the Simufact Additive Process…

Spare Parts 3D’s New Software Converts 2D Drawings into 3D Models

French firm Spare Parts 3D has announced the launch of Théia, a software that transforms 2D technical drawings into 3D models quickly and efficiently. Designed to streamline the process of…

Cloud Platform for Metal 3D Printing Developed by German-Chinese Consortium

As software plays an increasing role in the workflow for industrial additive manufacturing (AM), we’re seeing such software-driven workflows formalized into secure, end-to-end systems. Typically, the go-to example is that…

3DPOD Episode 190: Generative Design for 3D Printing with Novineer CEO Ali Tamijani

Ali Tamijani, a professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, has an extensive background in composites, tool pathing, and the development of functional 3D printed parts,…

MIMO TECHNIK, ASTRO Test Lab & LEAP 71 Combine Powers for Computational Engineering in Aerospace 3D Printing

California-based MIMO TECHNIK, a service bureau catering to demanding clients in the New Space and defense sectors, operates with six SLM 500s, four SLM 280s, and three SLM 125s. ASTRO…

Tinkering for Change: 12th Grader’s Universal Fit 3D Printed Prosthetic at 2024 Regeneron Competition

This year’s Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS), the nation’s oldest and most famous science competition, has brought 40 candidates into the limelight, all competing for $1.8 million in prizes. Now…

3D Printing Financials: Materialise Reports Growth in 2023 with Medical Segment Success

Closing out 2023, Materialise (Nasdaq: MTLS) unveiled a strong financial performance for its fourth quarter. The Belgium-based company reported a revenue increase of 4.1% year-over-year, and despite facing net losses,…

Ursa Major Among First Customers for Velo3D’s New Developer Software Tool

Velo3D, the Silicon Valley-based, metal additive manufacturing (AM) original equipment manufacturer (OEM), has released Developer, a new parametric control tool available through Flow 7.0, the latest update to the company’s…

Manufacturing Giant Doosan Taps Pelagus 3D to 3D Print Spare Parts for Korean Market

The recently formed Pelagus 3D is probably the biggest thing in additive manufacturing (AM) that no one is talking about. A joint venture between steel giant Thyssenkrupp and Wilhelmsen, a…