Interview with Shane Quinn of AddiHive On Serial Manufacturing Through 3D Printing

We got the chance to interview Shane Quinn of AddiHive, an Ireland based 3D printing company. We covered the firm before, mentioning how they wanted to bring serial production to…

3D Printed Medical Models Help Irish Startup axial3D Win Emerging Medtech Company of the Year Award

We first heard about Belfast-based healthcare technology firm axial3D, which is focused on the global adoption of 3D printing in the healthcare industry, last year, though it came on the 3D printing…

Addihive Offers Powder Control System, Strives to Accelerate 3D Printing Uptake

In County Limerick, Ireland, a young company is striving to accelerate the spread of additive manufacturing technology. Addihive is working to take metal additive manufacturing out of research and development settings…

Medtronic Launches New Titanium 3D Printing Platform for Spinal Surgery Implants

There are many applications for 3D printing in the medical field, from prosthetics and anatomical models to pharmaceuticals and custom surgical guides – the potential even exists one day for fully…

3D Printed Pipes Mimic Tree Roots to Irrigate Plants

Water is something that every living thing needs, but it can be problematic making sure that water gets to every living thing – not just people and animals, but plants…

Henkel Expands in Dublin with New Additive Manufacturing Operation

The largest adhesives manufacturer in the world is Henkel, which is headquartered in Germany but has facilities all over the world, including several in Ireland. Its Irish facilities, which include…

SLM Solutions and XYZprinting Showcase Latest 3D Printers at TCT Show

Today is the last day of the 22nd TCT Show in Birmingham, an important additive manufacturing trade fair where visitors have been able to see the latest products and learning…

Tyr3D: 3D Printing Replacement Car Parts in the Backside of Ireland

When I first came upon the Tyr3D website it was not very confidence inspiring. And I was not exactly a fan of Tyr3D logo either. Yet, I had been assured…

UK Researchers Continue Work on Nanokick Bioreactor, Progressing Toward 3D Printing Living Bone

The University of Glasgow received a £2.8 million grant in late 2016 in order to develop 3D printed bone for survivors of landmine blasts, which kill roughly 4,300 people each…

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