3d printing partnerships

SAP, APWORKS and Heraeus Partner for Support of Distributed Manufacturing and Development of Scalmalloy

Last year, SAP announced its new Distributed Manufacturing platform, which allows manufacturers to collaborate with 3D printing companies and OEMs to accelerate the introduction of additive manufacturing into production and…

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INTAMSYS Brings High-Performance 3D Printing to Japan with New Partnership

Chinese company INTAMSYS is known for its high-performance FUNMAT 3D printer series, which is designed to print with functional materials. INTAMSYS has seen a great deal of success with its machines,…

Azoth and Rize Partner to Provide the Additive Indirect Supplies Crib

One of 3D printing’s greatest contributions has been its ability to allow people to create in ways that have never been possible before, from small-scale productions that measure in nanometers…

Carbon Brings Its Dental 3D Printing Solutions to National Dentex Labs

The dental industry is becoming more and more infiltrated by 3D printing, and that’s unequivocally a good thing, as things such as molds for aligners, and crowns and bridges can be made…

3D Printing News Briefs: May 25, 2018

As you head into the weekend, we’re bringing you all of the latest business, materials, and software news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. Xaar announced a new executive, Wipro…

FlashForge Users Now Offered More 3D Printing Options with Simplify3D Partnership

Simplify3D is one of the most popular brands of 3D slicing software, and released its most recent version less than a year ago. It’s compatible with a wide range of…

Identify3D Continues to Identify Opportunities in 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing

As additive manufacturing continues to make its way into more global operations across a broader variety of verticals, increasing attention is being paid to the business implications of digitization. With…

It’s Always About Potential: EOS and the Additive Mile

Introducing its newest industrial 3D printing system, industry leader EOS was well set up for a very busy showing at RAPID + TCT. While last year at the event, EOS…

3D Printing News Briefs: May 1, 2018

Several partnerships are in the works as we kick of the month’s first edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, in addition to a bit of other business news. Yewno and…

Identify3D Partners with SLM Solutions for End-to-End Additive Manufacturing Security

A big concern for anyone in the 3D printing industry is intellectual property security. When you’re working with digital supply chains there are unique risks, but fortunately dedicated companies have…

EDEM and Barnes Group Advisors Partner to Simplify 3D Printing Through Simulation

EDEM is a specialist and market leader in Discrete Element Method (DEM) software, going back to its founding in 2006. The company’s software is used for virtual testing of equipment…

Aeromet and Partners Continue Development of A20X Aluminum Alloy for 3D Printing

UK-based Aeromet International manufactures aluminum and cast metal parts for the aerospace and defense industries. It has several prominent customers for which it supplies airframe and engine parts such as fuel…

BigRep and Etihad Airways Partner to Fill Airplane Cabins with 3D Printed Components

Etihad Airways is the second largest airline in the United Arab Emirates, and is firmly committed to the idea that 3D printing has a solid place in the aerospace industry….

ASTM International Selects EWI, Auburn University-NASA as Partners for Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence

Toward the end of last year, international standards organization ASTM International announced that it was seeking partners for the creation of an Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence. The organization put out…

3D Printing News Briefs: March 13, 2018

We’re starting off with plenty of business news on today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, before moving on to an event report and some science for your Tuesday afternoon. Agreements and…

Partnership Brings Cevotec’s Fiber Patch Placement Additive Manufacturing Technology to North America

Munich company Cevotec specializes in a kind of additive manufacturing called Fiber Patch Placement, designed for the manufacturing of composite materials. Fiber Patch Placement is capable of creating complex components with…

CGTrader and PolyPort Team Up to Protect 3D Model Buyers and Sellers

The online world is full of 3D model marketplaces offering both free and for-purchase models created by a widespread community of designers. These sites are wonderful ways for people to…

3D Systems and Onkos Surgical Partner to Improve Cancer Patient Outcomes Through 3D Printing and Virtual Surgical Planning

Onkos Surgical was founded in 2015 with the goal of creating quality implants and instruments to meet the needs of musculoskeletal cancer patients. Today, the company announces that it has…

Bossard Enters 3D Printing Market, Partnering with TRUMPF, German RepRap, Henkel

It’s always interesting to watch as large, well-established companies enter the additive manufacturing market. Swiss company Bossard has been around for more than 185 years and is among the market leaders…

Fine Detail Electronics 3D Printing: Optomec Fills Us In on the New Aerosol Jet HD System to Fill In the Gaps in Production Solutions

Albuquerque-based Optomec focuses on additive manufacturing for production with its two patented 3D printing technologies: Aerosol Jet, used to 3D print electronics, and LENS, for high-value metal 3D printing. The busy company has…

EnvisionTEC and AvaDent Partner to Deliver 3D Printed Denture Solutions

EnvisionTEC has been manufacturing dental 3D printers for 10 years now, and has built up an impressive inventory that has grown to well over 40 machines. The company regularly launches…

Carbon Announces New Dental 3D Printing Materials, Part Serialization and Auto Support Generation

Since their CLIP technology was first released, Silicon Valley-based additive manufacturing company Carbon has been one of the fastest rising stars in the 3D printing industry. Along with the debut…

Rize CEO: How Do We Make 3D Printing Immersive in the Experience of Engineers?

For a new technology to truly take hold, a movement requires momentum; the greatest ideas will, without being put into use, wither away and gather dust. Additive manufacturing is gaining…

3D Systems Execs Discuss “Phenomenal Partnership” with SOLIDWORKS, Roadmap to Seamless 3D Printing Experience

Some companies dip their toes in to new technologies and endeavors, while others cannonball straight in the deep end. For 3D Systems, entrenched as it is since the very beginnings…