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Stratasys Details How 3D Printing Will Impact the Manufacturing Process, at Inside 3D Printing Seoul

Daniel Thomsen, General Manager for Stratasys Korea, gave a keynote at the Inside 3D Printing Seoul Conference and Expo. He discussed how 3D printing is upending traditional manufacturing. A little…

Terry Wohlers Reports on the State of Additive Manufacturing at Inside 3D Printing Seoul

Terry Wohlers, Principal Consultant and President of Wohlers Associates, has been covering the 3D printing industry since 1986, the same year that Chuck Hull started the first commercial 3D printing…

Stratasys To Highlight Impacts of 3D Printing in Aerospace, Offering Two-Day Speaking Series at Paris Air Show

Aerospace is currently one of the industries being most transformed by 3D printing, as well as validating it as a source of true progress and innovation that’s here to stay. …

New Airbus A350 XWB Aircraft Contains Over 1,000 3D Printed Parts

When it comes to manufacturing components within the aerospace industry, 3D printing is gradually inching its way into the process. We have seen numerous applications for end-use 3D printed parts…

Pratt & Whitney Deliver Additively Manufactured Entry-Into-Service Jet Engine Parts

Pratt & Whitney has been working to develop 3D manufacturing techniques for 25 years, and up until recently that meant plastic parts used as prototypes or tooling and support for…

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…

Rolls-Royce to Get Largest-Ever 3D Printed Component Off the Ground, Flight-Testing Engine Later This Year

Large-scale 3D printed components are now getting ever larger in scale — and in terms of ambition. Later this year, Rolls-Royce — that multi-faceted company perhaps most widely known for…

Prismadd Joins the French 3D Printing Scene

Three French companies have joined together to introduce Prismadd, an ambitious effort to integrate all aspects of metals and plastics additive manufacturing into a single production line. Their primary target…

Will 3D Printing Reduce the Need for Fossil Fuels in Consumer Vehicles?

If you haven’t been living under a rock, you know that there are a lot of people screaming and yelling about oil prices and fossil fuels in general. Some are…