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3D Printing News Briefs, June 1, 2023: 3D Printed Medication, Medical Center, & More

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re starting off with business, as Solukon announces new U.S. distribution partners. On to healthcare, Texas A&M University received a five-year NIH grant to…

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US and Australia Form Clean Energy Pact as WTO Head Calls for “Reglobalized” Supply Chains

Amidst the G7 summit in Hiroshima last weekend, CNBC interviewed the Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO), Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, concerning her general outlook on the current state of international…

Ricoh Power 3D Prints Power Generators for Sewage Plants

In an exciting development for energy decarbonization, Japanese imaging and electronics company Ricoh has used 3D printing to make compact, light, and efficient power generators. Made in conjunction with Japan’s…

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PrintFoam CTO David Walker Talks the Market’s First True 3D Printed Foam

One thing you’ll notice if you talk to enough materials scientists is that they’re all passionate. These are people who really care about the things that things are made from….

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Biden Admin Announces $72M in Funding for Workforce Training in Clean Energy Advanced Manufacturing

Amid President Biden’s Investing in America campaign, a cross-country tour in which the commander-in-chief is touting his administration’s extensive support for reshoring American manufacturing, the US Department of Energy (DOE)…

Large Metal 3D Printing Grows with Safran and ADDMAN Purchases

According to its latest estimates, SmarTech Analysis values the additive manufacturing (AM) industry at $13.5 billion, with a projected growth to $25 billion by 2025. Based on reports from the…

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AM Drilldown: Canadian Carbon Credits Could Fuel 3D Printing and More

Canadian Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland unveiled the country’s latest budget, which offers $16.4 billion in tax credits for clean tech manufacturing, clean electricity and hydrogen over the next five years,…

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Oilfield Services Giant Baker Hughes Taps Oqton to Increase 3D Printing Adoption in Energy

Oqton, a Belgian software company specializing in solutions for the additive manufacturing (AM) sector, announced that the company has entered into an agreement to develop and commercialize software for Baker…

3D Printing News Briefs, March 11, 2023: AMUG Scholarships, 3D Printable Bacteria Ink, & More

We’re starting with AMUG news today in 3D Printing News Briefs, as the organization has awarded two scholarships. On to medical news, MIT engineers are 3D printing robotic heart replicas…

Engine Giant Cummins to Invest $1.5 Billion in New Technologies

Indiana-based Cummins, one of the world’s largest engine manufacturers, announced that the company will be investing $1.5 billion in new technologies for clean energy generation and storage by 2027. As…

U.S. Navy Approves 3D Printed Parts from Nuclear Ship Leader

As suggested in a story from 3DPrint.com Macro Analyst Matt Kremenetsky, anything related to securing the U.S. manufacturing supply chain is currently getting a significant boost from the Biden Administration,…

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3D Printed Membrane Maker Evove Raises $6.9M with participation from AM Ventures – Interview

In the production of filtration membranes, the bulk of the manufacturing processes used today still date back to the 1960s, but the impact of 3D printing is promising for this…

3DPOD Episode 143: Thermally Conductive Polymer 3D Printing with TCPoly CEO Matthew Smith

Matt Smith started his firm TCPoly while he was a researcher at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He parlayed this small business into manufacturing filament that is thermally, but not…

3D Printing News Briefs, March 4, 2023: Rebranding, Superalloys, & More

We’re starting off with business in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, as 3dpbm rebrands as VoxelMatters, Xaba closes a seed funding round, and CORE Industrial Partners, and its portfolio company…

General Atomics ASI Extends Partnership with 3D Printed Heat Exchanger Firm Conflux

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc (GA-ASI), an affiliate of nuclear energy/defense contractor General Atomics, has signed a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) with longtime partner Conflux, an Australian company that…

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GE to Invest Nearly $500M in US Manufacturing, Including 3D Printing

In the latest signal that the pillars of US industrial output are serious about building on last year’s growing momentum to reshore the nation’s manufacturing, GE announced that it plans…

Farsoon Enters Canadian 3D Printing Market with Coatings Supplier Partnership

Farsoon, the China-based original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of large platform 3D printers, announced that the company has entered into a distribution deal with Indurate Alloys Ltd, a Canadian coatings company….

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Shell Makes Its Case for 3D Printing in the Oil & Gas Industry

Oil & gas majors are at what is perhaps the greatest crossroads in their history, with the largest fossil fuel conglomerates bringing in record profits, receiving record amounts of social…

Sakuu Announces Successful 3D Printing of Next-Gen Batteries

Silicon Valley startup Sakuu, a specialist in additive manufacturing (AM) for next-generation batteries, announced that, since December, 2022, the company has consistently been able to use its Kavian AM platform…

DOE Announces $30M Funding Opportunity for 3D Printed Wind Turbines

The US Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced a $30 million funding opportunity for projects involving wind turbines produced with additive manufacturing (AM). Submissions of project proposals are due March…

Logistics Firm Cave Holdings Joins Roboze Network to 3D Print Parts in Guyana

Roboze, a 3D printing original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and materials supplier with headquarters in Italy and Texas, announced that Cave Holdings USA, of Virginia, has joined the Roboze 3D Parts…

C3Nano Launches “First” Low-Temperature Conductive Ink for Electronics 3D Printing

C3Nano, a Silicon Valley-based additive manufacturing (AM) materials company that specializes in conductive inks, announced the release of SuperGrid: a material that is pitched as “the first low-temperature curing,” flexible…

Startup to 3D Print Data Centers Using $7M in Funding

EdgeCloudLink (ECL), a Silicon Valley-based startup, has received $7 million in seed round funding from Hyperwise Ventures, based in Tel Aviv, and Molex Ventures, headquartered in Chicago, to drive its mission…

Velo3D Validates Distributed 3D Printing for Oil and Gas

One of the competitive edges inherent in additive manufacturing (AM) that giant global corporate operations seem most intrigued by is the potential to create distributed supply chains. At the same…