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3D Printing News Briefs: May 30, 2017

In 3D Printing News Briefs today, Gilmour Space Technologies has secured Series A funding to develop its hybrid-engine rockets that use 3D printed fuel, while Oventus Medical signs a manufacturing…

Project BARBARA to Develop New Bio-Based 3D Printing Materials and Prototypes for Automotive and Construction Industries

Multiple 3D printing projects have been funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 framework, from a cancer-measuring transducer and the MESO-BRAIN Initiative’s work with emulating accurate brain activity to the Bionic…

3D Printing Among Advanced Technologies Newly Appointed Ford President & CEO Looks to for Motor Giant’s Future

Do you remember your first car? Mine was a little green Ford Contour, which I adored and named Baby. My parents purchased the secondhand car when I was 18, and…

Siemens Mobility Turns to Stratasys Technology to 3D Print Custom, Low-Volume Tram Parts

A few months ago, additive manufacturing solutions company Stratasys announced a major partnership with global engineering and technology solutions leader Siemens. Now, the two companies are working together again: the…

Stratasys at the Grand Prix: McLaren Formula 1 Races Ahead with 3D Printed Parts and Trackside 3D Printing

Now that March Madness is over, we can all turn our eyes from the court to the track, as the Grand Prix kicks off later this month. In the fast-paced, high…

Divergent 3D and SLM Solutions Team Up to Accelerate Development of Divergent Manufacturing Platform

An understandable first impression to make about Divergent 3D is that they’re a flashy company – it’s impossible not to be wowed by the shine and style of their most…

Stratasys’ 3D Printing Solutions Hit the Racetrack with Team Penske

We’ve discussed 3D printed cars and car parts before, but there’s one specific sector of the automotive world that has quietly but passionately utilized 3D printing technology for quite some time:…

Driving the Future of Metal Additive Manufacturing: EOS Tells Us About Their Partnership with Audi

Recently, we heard about a new partnership set to make waves in the automotive industry as Audi tapped EOS to work toward a “holistic approach for metal-based additive manufacturing.” The…

Blade and Dagger: Divergent 3D Makes Saving the Planet Look Sexy with 3D Printed Vehicles at CES 2017

We saw a lot of amazing things last week at CES 2017, and although it was impossible to get a close look at everything in the expansive show, we were…

Luxury Car Maker PSA Group Puts 3D Printing to Use for Car Chassis

Peugeot SA (PSA) Group, a $12.8 billion French automobile manufacturer, recently closed a strategic partnership with Divergent 3D, which focuses on the utilization of 3D printing in automotive manufacturing. Divergent 3D previously…

FATHOM Prototypes New Tech for Mercedes-Benz and Lands a Feature on CNET’s “On Cars”

The holidays, which are ideally supposed to be a time of rest and relaxation, can paradoxically be a stressful time for many people. Perhaps some of the most stressed-out people…

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — September 17, 2016

On this week’s “3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week,” we’ve got a whole assemblage of breaking additive manufacturing news ranging from Europe to India. To start, all European…