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3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: September 26, 2021

We’ve got plenty of in-person and virtual events to tell you about this week, starting with TCT3Sixty and three other shows you can attend with the same pass! We’ve got…

3D Printed Medicine Made via Sinterit’s SLS Technology

The Centre for Innovation and Process Engineering Research (CIPER) at the University of Greenwich in the UK specializes in bioprinting, designing novel manufacturing processes, and engineering drug delivery systems. This…

Materialise Offers Sustainable Bluesint SLS 3D Printing Service

Last year, Materialise (Nasdaq: MTLS) introduced its Bluesint PA 12 technology, which allows SLS 3D printing users to achieve a powder recycling rate of up to 100%—a major sustainability step….

Push Button Metal, Part 3: More Metal 3D Printing Players in an Evolving Space

A quiet revolution in low-cost metal printing is building and growing, mostly hidden from view. Previously we outlined what typified these companies and we had a look at a number…

3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: June 6, 2021

We’ve got another busy week of webinars and events, both live and online, to tell you about in this week’s roundup! Topics run the gamut from 3D printing aircraft cabin…

FABULOUS Releases BLUE CARE Food-Safe Material for Powder Bed Fusion 3D Printing

While we often talk about how PLA, or polylactic acid, is a pretty eco-friendly 3D printing filament, as it’s made from a variety of different plant products like corn and…

Sinterit Launches Polypropylene (PP) Powder for Compact SLS 3D Printing

In the fall of 2020, Polish desktop SLS 3D printing company Sinterit introduced PA11 ESD, the seventh material in its powder portfolio. Sinterit is a firm believer in the necessity…

Sindoh’s New Large-Scale S100 3D Printer First to Use Materialise Bluesint PA12

This week, Korean 3D printer manufacturer Sindoh announced the launch of its latest 3D printer. The new Sindoh S100 is the company’s first large-scale industrial polymer system, and is called a…

Graphene Coating Improves 3D Printing of Pure Copper Powder

Pure copper is a great heat and electricity conductor, making it a highly sought after metal in the 3D printing industry to use for applications such as heat exchangers and…

Equispheres Introduces Enhanced Aluminum Alloy 3D Printing Powders

Canadian materials engineering firm Equispheres specializes in developing powders for metal additive manufacturing (AM), and, over the last couple of years, has been working to bring in investment funding to scale…

Elementum 3D’s Metal 3D Printing Wins Gold in AFRSO’s Advanced Manufacturing Olympics

Last month, the US Air Force Rapid Sustainment Office (AFRSO) hosted its inaugural Advanced Manufacturing Olympics event. A total of 64 teams competed in the free, four-day virtual event for the chance…

HP Announces New 3D Printing Software Powered by Dyndrite, New TPA Powder with Evonik

This summer, Seattle-based additive manufacturing hardware and software solutions provider Dyndrite and HP decided to join forces to license Dyndrite’s geometric kernel technology in order to power next-generation cloud and…

Eaton Vehicle Group Launches Automotive Metal 3D Printing Program

Power management giant Eaton is increasing its 3D printing investment with the launch of a new metal 3D printing program with its Vehicle Group. The program is meant to improve…

New Automated System for Unpacking & Cleaning Powder 3D Printed Parts Announced by Solukon

Solukon Maschinenbau GmbH develops and supplies high-quality powder removal and processing systems for metal and polymer additive manufacturing, providing them to a variety of industrial users, including NASA, CERN, Lockheed Martin, Siemens,…

Addressing an AM Imperative: Learning How to Recycle Powders and Maintain Print Quality in 3D Printing

The additive manufacturing (AM) industry is still debating how best to specify virgin powders for printing and robustly assess the impact of recycling, a commercial imperative. Ideally, analysis alone should…

Sinterit Introduces Dedicated Powder Tools for Cleaner SLS 3D Printing

Poland-based SLS 3D printing solutions provider Sinterit, like so many others in the additive manufacturing industry, joined the fight against COVID-19 this year, using its Lisa Pro systems to produce…

Sharebot Releases Improved SnowWhite2, Low-Cost SLS 3D Printer

In 2014, Italian 3D printer manufacturer Sharebot introduced its low-cost selective laser sintering (SLS) system, SnowWhite, at the TCT Show, two years prior to its market release. The company has since…

Using Supraparticles to More Tightly Control Powders in SLS 3D Printing

German researchers continue current trends in research and development of composites, studying how to make materials with stronger mechanical properties, and experimenting with techniques for improved fabrication of stable structures….

Sinterit Achieves 26% Powder Refresh Ratio for SLS 3D Printing Material

Desktop selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printing firm Sinterit, manufacturer of the Lisa series, knows that there are plenty of people out there who think that SLS is a costly…

Bioceramic 3D Printing Tested for Flow and Particle Characteristics

As the interest in using 3D printing processes within the medical realm continues to grow, scientists around the world are experimenting with new materials and structures for 3D printed medical…

Interview with Christian Lönne on Höganäs Digital Metal: “Making Real Products for Real Applications”

Developed by a small team in Sweden, Höganäs’ Digital Metal technology is a relative unknown in 3D printing. Höganäs itself makes a lot of the powder for metal powder bed…

3D Printing News Briefs, May 28, 2020: Desktop Metal, DOMO Chemicals, Nano Dimension

We’ve got some partnership news we’re sharing in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs! Cetim and Desktop Metal are working together, while DOMO and Zare have also announced a partnership. Moving…

Investigating Properties of Virgin, Sieved, and Waste 316L Metallic Powder for SLM 3D Printing

We often see metal 3D printing used to make steel parts, so plenty of research is being done regarding the material properties. Researchers from VSB – Technical University of Ostrava…