3D Printing News Briefs: March 16, 2019

We’re starting with 3D software and medical 3D printing in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, and then moving on to stories about some cool 3D printed projects. Sinterit has updated…

Deutsche Bahn Realizes Serious Potential for 3D Printing in Maintaining & Creating Train Parts

Planes, trains, and automobiles come to mind in terms of 3D printing today, and the technology is being put to very serious use for global infrastructure and transportation. Additive manufacturing…

The R&D Tax Credit Aspects of 3D Printing Railroad Technology

As 3D printing has become more and more popular, The United States market research institute IDC has estimated that 3D printing global sales will increase 30% annually from 2016 and 2019,…

For the 3D Printing Industry to Grow, Focus on Collaboration & the Journey: MWS17

No man is an island — and neither is any industry. While leadership will naturally emerge, and some innovators rise to prominence ahead of others, the only way for actual…

Local Motors, Deutsche Bahn Launch Six-Month Self-Driving Olli Vehicle Pilot Program on Euref Campus in Berlin

3D printing-friendly automaker Local Motors, which we enjoy writing about often, has been busy building their new microfactories in Berlin and Tennessee, both of which will be producing the company’s self-driving, 3D…

Materialise Hosts Kolloquium 4.0 3DP Academy Conference in German Quarry

When it comes to covering all of the applications where 3D printing technology has proved beneficial, no 3D printing service bureau has the range of service that the Belgium-based company Materialise has….


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