Lloyd’s Register Certifies First 3D Printed Titanium Part for Oil and Gas Industry

Three years ago, global engineering, technical, and business services firm Lloyd’s Register (LR), which is wholly owned by UK charity Lloyd’s Register Foundation, invited companies from around the world to…

Industrial Realities of Additive Manufacturing: 3D Printing without the Hype

This week in Nottingham, great minds in additive manufacturing are converging at the International Conference on Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing. The event, now in its twelfth year, is always…

3T RPD Constructs 3D Printed, Eight-Foot-Tall Replica of Norwegian Oil Rig ‘Ivar Aasen’

Scandinavians shouldn’t mind that we often stereotype them not only as having fabulous societies full of beautiful people but also as being the creators of sleek, streamlined designs. From furniture to…

Eurostar E3000 Satellite Project Features First Space-Qualified 3D Printed Aluminum Part

The Eurostar E3000 is a generic satellite model often used for commercial and military communications. Manufactured by Astrium, the system uses a bi-propellant chemical propulsion system and an optional plasma…

UK’s Simpleware and 3T RPD Come Together in GOSSAM Project to Create Automated, Smart Support Structure Systems

Some key players in the 3D printing industry are taking a beat, and paying attention to an issue that needs tending to: supports. When using the technology of 3D printing,…

3T RPD Introduces New Copper and Flame Retardant 3D Printing Materials

The area of the TCT Show earlier this month, occupied by 3T RPD, was the source of much interest as it showcased several new materials for 3D printing that were being…


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