Denmark

Interview with Vibeke Kristiansen of the Dansk AM Hub on New 3D Printing Business Models

There is no real Silicon Valley for 3D printing as of yet. Germany has a lot of the industrial OEMs and a lot of activity around DMLS and sintering as…

Create it REAL Closes Successful €1.3M Investment Round, Focuses on 3D Printing Speed and Security

Danish R&D company Create it REAL specializes in additive manufacturing, and uses its unique development platform to create 3D printers on-demand for companies interested in disrupting and driving their industries…

3D Printing News Briefs: February 20, 2018

We’ve got a lot of business news to catch you up on in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, starting with an acquisition and a new agreement. 3D printing software provider…

AM-LINE Project Aims to Encourage Wider Adoption of 3D Printing Among Danish Businesses

In Denmark, 3D printing certainly isn’t unheard-of. The country recently became home to a 3D printed building, for example, and several companies have been implementing the technology as part of…

3D Printing Shows an Old Viking King in a New Light

Gorm den Gamle, or Gorm the Old, wasn’t very old by today’s standards. At most, he was around 50 when he died, though that was a plenty respectable age for…

3D Printing News Briefs: September 12, 2017

We’ve got a lot of 3D printing business news for you today in 3D Printing News Briefs – CollPlant has signed an agreement with a US investor, while the Hobs…

3D Printhuset Breaks Ground on 3D Printed Building in Copenhagen

By now, there have been many 3D printed houses and other buildings appearing across the world, but you may have noticed one thing about them: they tend to be constructed…

3D Printing News Briefs: September 6, 2017

We’ve got a lot of business news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, followed by new 3D beta software, 3D printing materials work at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and a…

Jewelry Inspired by Art is the Focus of New 3D Design Challenge by Shapeways and the National Gallery of Denmark

I don’t usually wear earrings unless I’m attending a formal event, and I have only a few necklaces that are in regular rotation, but I love wearing unique rings. One…

The Ancient and the Advanced Come Together in 3D Printed Primal Crafts Jewelry

Kristoffer Rønn-Andersen recently graduated with a Master’s degree in engineering, but he found that he just couldn’t resist the call of the creative. Having started out by designing a few gifts…

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3D Printhuset Doubles the Size of Their 3D Printing House, Opens New 3D Printed Construction Consulting Business

Back in 2014, Danish company 3D Printhuset opened the country’s largest 3D printing store to date, a 3,000-square-foot space in downtown Copenhagen. In the two years since the store opened,…

3D Printing Helps Reimagine Relationships with Industry

Before the rise of mass industry, the urban centers were desirable locations for shop keeps and wealthy citizens who could afford to be, and greatly desired to be, near the…

Poland: 3D Printing for BORG Automotive Means High-Quality Auto Aftermarket Components

No conversation regarding automobiles is complete without a discussion regarding parts. This is what makes the world of the car—and the manufacturer—go round. So what happens when older cars and…

This Week’s 3D Hubs International Events : Toronto, Århus, and Zagreb

There are three 3D Hubs events this week happening outside the US — reminding us that the international community embraces 3D printing as much as we do Stateside. You can attend these…

Danish Dynamos: Students Make 3D Printed, Manually Powered Lights

3D printing is exciting, and many are excited and look forward to not only learning about the technology but also trying their hand at producing their own 3D printed models. Often,…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — April 11, 2015

This week’s 3D printing stories we didn’t cover run the gamut from quite serious to whimsical, beginning with serious news of an MIT student’s use of 3D printing to document…

‘Monomateriality’ — Student Creates Amazing Art With Handheld Lego 3D Printer

In what is truly a statement of raw art, today we’re taking a look at a rather progressive project put together by industrial design student Vimal Patel, a New Zealander who lives…

Bling! Bling! The ‘Bling’ 3D Printer is Much More than a Pretty Machine

Technology is what has led us to become the race that we are today: the human race. You know, Homo Sapiens, the species that originated hundreds of thousands of years…