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3D Printing Terror? New Study Highlights Right-Wing Extremists’ Use of 3D Printed Guns

In the last decade, there has been increased concern that some groups are turning to 3D printed firearms, creating new challenges for law enforcement. A recent study provides an in-depth…

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Not a Metal 3D Printer: Arizona Startup Rosotics Launches the Halo ‘Supercreator’

In one of the boldest additive manufacturing (AM) industry launches in some time, Rosotics, the Arizona-based startup specializing in making robotic production ecosystems for the space and defense sectors, has…

Global Materials Group Acquires Canadian Hardfacing Metal Firm, Boosting 3D Printing Portfolio

Consolidation in the additive manufacturing (AM) service bureau segment continues to take place. The latest news sees international provider Wall Colmonoy acquire Indurate Alloys Ltd., a Canadian supplier of hardfacing…

CADDi Introduces Intelligence to CAD Data Management

As the worlds of design, business, and advanced manufacturing converge into what is often called Industry 4.0, new software tools continually emerge, serving as the digital thread weaving these sectors…

ASTRO America Moves Ahead with Guam Additive Materials & Manufacturing Accelerator

The Applied Science & Technology Research Organization of (ASTRO) America conducts workshops on advanced manufacturing, helps Boeing print rotor systems, lobbies for additive manufacturing (AM), and collaborates with companies like…

ICON’s New Wimberley Springs Project to Feature 3D Printed Homes from CODEX Catalog

Additive construction (AC) firm ICON continues to push forward America’s homebuilding industry. Now, the firm announced a project consisting of eight single-family homes for the community of Wimberly Springs, Texas….

The Public Arena: EOS Government Relations Manager on Why the Company is All in on Reshoring 3D Printing

EOS has never not been at the forefront of additive manufacturing (AM). Among countless other feats, the German company, which has a strong presence in the US, has a global…

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Personalized Smart Mouth Guard Made with Glidewell Dental’s Advanced 3D Printing Workflow

Glidewell Dental is a leader in dental 3D printing in the US. The company produces its own CT equipment, software, and more to create night guards, crowns, bridges, splints, and…

3DPOD Episode 207: 3D Printed Electronics with Richard Neill, CEO of Advanced Printed Electronic Solutions

Rich Neill is refreshingly clear and direct about 3D printed electronics. His previous venture allowed him to start Advanced Printed Electronic Solutions with his own money, making him beholden to…

3D Printing News Briefs, July 13, 2024: Metal 3D Printer, AFWERX Award, & More

In 3D Printing News Briefs today, Stratasys announced multiple material and technology updates, and EOS introduced its latest metal 3D printer. Dyndrite received an AFWERX Award, and researchers at the…

PostProcess Technologies Sells 20th System to “Global Tech Leader”

PostProcess Technologies has announced that it has sold its 20th post-processing system to a single customer. The 20th unit is a PostProcess DEMI X 520 unit, but the firm has…

Vision Miner Acquires its 3D Printer Supplier AddWise

Vision Miner, a provider of industrial 3D printing solutions, has announced the acquisition of AddWise, a manufacturer of 3D printers and related products, in a deal valued that the companies…

Canadian Government Invests $75M More in Aspect Biosystems

Canadian bioprinting startup Aspect Biosystems has received a $72.75 million investment from Canada and the province of British Columbia. This supports earlier investments amounting to $200 million in Aspect’s technology…

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Formlabs Buys Nascent SLS 3D Printer Competitor Micronics

Formlabs, maker of accessible yet professional 3D printers, has acquired Micronics, which recently debuted with a claim of making a $2,999 3D printer. I, for one, was pretty incredulous about…

The Producers: HP’s President of 3D Printing Savi Baveja Explains How the Company is Addressing Scalability

HP (NSYE: HPQ) and the additive manufacturing (AM) industry in the US need each other. In the long run, I believe that what’s good for one will be good for…

Mantle Secures $20M for Unique Metal 3D Printing Tech

Mantle, a Bay Area metal 3D printing startup focused on precision tooling, has announced the closing of a new $20 million funding round. This Series C funding, led by Schooner…

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Introducing Nikon AM Synergy, 3D Printing Service Morf3D Reorganized

Nikon Advanced Manufacturing, the U.S. subsidiary of Japanese tech leader Nikon, will reorganize its Morf3D subsidiary. Morf3D was a service bureau that worked for the most demanding clients in defense…

3D Printing Service with a Smile: Protolabs CEO Rob Bodor on the Company’s Future in AM

Protolabs (NYSE: PRLB) is much more than a 3D printing company, it’s a comprehensive digital manufacturer. Nevertheless, precisely because the company has competencies in more or less every cutting-edge industrial…

Australia’s SPEE3D: The Most American 3D Printing Company

In the additive manufacturing (AM) industry, arguably the most important original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to the US Department of Defense (DoD) right now is SPEE3D, the maker of cold spray…

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From Heart Patches to Scaffolds: Prof. Alice White’s Impact on Bioprinting at Boston University

Imagine having the power to create incredibly detailed, tiny structures that could one day save lives. This is the world of Professor Alice White, a leading figure in the realm…

3D Printing News Briefs, July 6, 2024: Resellers, Government Grants, & More

We’re starting with material news in 3D Printing News Briefs today, as Dynamism is now offering Tullomer super-polymer filament from Z-Polymers in North America. Then, ADDiTEC unveiled its new Hybrid…

“Jetting Soluble Supports is Key to Simplifying Metal AM,” Says XJet’s Andy Middleton

XJet promises a new era in additive manufacturing (AM). Pairing its newest material with its hardware could unlock the key to the industry’s future, says XJet Chief Business Officer Andrew…

Waste Much? Ecogensus Turns Household Trash into 3D Printing Powders

A Connecticut-based company uses household waste to make polymer composite powders and granules for 3D printing and other manufacturing processes. Under the motto “giving new life to the building blocks…

Prusa Research to Build 3D Printers in the US

Prusa Research is set to establish the manufacturing of both filaments and 3D printers in the US. This move will enable it to cater to the US market more effectively…