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Axial3D & Fast Radius Offer DICOM-to-Print Anatomical Model 3D Printing Service for Surgical Planning

We’re still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it seems like there’s at least a small light at the end of the tunnel as businesses and services begin…

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HP Announces Release of Polypropylene for MJF and More

HP’s interim head of 3D Printing, Ramon Pastor, announced in a press conference that the company was “doubling down on driving adoption for 3D printing.” He called the COVID crisis…

Zeus 8 Electric 3D Printed Motorcycle: Curtiss Partners with Fast Radius

The electric Zeus 8 motorcycle, representing the culmination of an ongoing, dynamic collaboration between Curtiss (Leeds, AL) and Fast Radius (Chicago, IL), will be hitting the market in 2020. Not…

Airbus Subsidiary Uses Full-Color Multi Jet Fusion for Maintenance Tooling

Among the most exciting aspects of HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology when initially unveiled was the ability to 3D print functional objects in a full range of color. Though…

3D Printing News Briefs: December 11, 2019

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re looking at auditory, instrumental, and performance 3D printed and scanned innovations, starting with an EnvisionTEC case study on its work fabricating hearing aids…

3D Printing News Briefs: October 25, 2019

We’re talking about art and business in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. An art installation at Millennium Park was created through the use of 3D printed molds, provided by Fast…

RAPID 2019: Metal 3D Printing Interview with Desktop Metal

At the recent RAPID + TCT event, held in Detroit, the 3DPrint.com team saw many new products and innovations and spoke with many companies about what they were currently working…

3D Printing News Briefs: April 12, 2019

We’ve got news about a contest to start off today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, followed by some business news and 3D printed jewelry. Weerg has announced the second edition of…

Steelcase Calls on Fast Radius and Carbon to Create a 3D Printable Redesign of its SILQ Chair

From chairs and tables to sofas and stools, we here at 3DPrint.com love a good piece of 3D printed furniture, and many furniture companies all around the world are on…

3D Printing News Briefs: August 31, 2018

Welcome to this month’s last edition of 3D Printing News Briefs! Today, in honor a new month starting tomorrow, we’re starting with stories about everything new. BEEVERYCREATIVE will soon launch…

Carbon Continues Focus on Production-Scale 3D Printing with New Bulk Materials Pricing

Carbon is known not only for its industry-changing CLIP 3D printing technology, but for the materials that work with that technology. Carbon’s resins are engineering-grade and programmable, and together with…

The Where and the Who in 3D Printing

A lot of progress has been made in 3D printing over the last five years. But much of that has been focused on the “what.” What printing technology? What materials?…

Carbon Introduces SpeedCell, an End-to-End Additive Manufacturing Solution that Includes the New M2 3D Printer

It’s been exactly two years since Carbon appeared seemingly out of nowhere with their industry-changing M1 3D printer and CLIP 3D printing technology. The introduction of the technology altered the…

SAP and UPS Open Up On-Demand 3D Printing Services to Additional Companies Through Expanded Early Adopters Program

Some big news broke a couple of days ago when UPS announced that they would be extending their on-demand 3D printing services to Singapore with the help of their partner…

UPS Expands On-Demand 3D Printing Services to Singapore, with Help from Fast Radius

As 3D printing expands across industries, many large corporations are feeling a bit uneasy as the way people shop and produce shifts into a new, never-before-seen model of commerce. To adapt…

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — June 25, 2016

There’s been a lot happening in the 3D printing industry all around the world, and we’re here to catch you up on everything we were unable to squeeze into this…