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Why Choose Powder Bed Fusion 3D Printing for Your Business

In the ever-evolving landscape of manufacturing, companies are constantly seeking innovative techniques to produce high-quality parts with intricate designs. Powder bed fusion (PBF) 3D printing has emerged as a groundbreaking…

HILOS Unveils On-demand 3D Printed Shoe Platform at Art Basel

At Art Basel in Miami, Portland startup HILOS Studio announced a new partnership that signals a shift in the company’s business strategy for 3D printed footwear production, likely for the…

GLAMOUR’s “Women of the Year Awards” Gives Out 3D Printed Trophies from HP

Condé Nast’s GLAMOUR recently hosted its 17th Women of the Year Awards at One Marylebone in London, an event sponsored by Samsung to honor feminist heroes. HP’s Personalization & 3D…

Berkshire Hathaway’s Brooks Running Taps HP for 3D Printed Running Shoes

Though adidas has continued to make a significant dent in the additive footwear market, through its partnerships with Carbon and BASF, HP may prove to be the real winner in…

New Personalized Wheelchair Features Slew of 3D Printing Parts from Replique and HP

Replique, a spin-off from BASF, is collaborating with wheelchair manufacturer RehaMedPower to employ HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology for personalizing components of a new electric wheelchair, the RP1. Specializing…

HP Introduces 3D Printing Automation and Intelligent Sintering Software at RAPID + TCT

Key to the increased adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) is both improved ease-of-use and throughput, typically via automation. While the benefits of the former are somewhat obvious, greater automation can…

Filtration Leader 3D Prints Critical Wastewater Screens with HP’s MJF

As additive manufacturing (AM) makes its way from aerospace into general industry and society at large, the flow may begin to shift from a trickle to a raging rapid. A…

3DPrint.com’s Top 10 Stories of 2022

Surely like nearly every website, 3DPrint.com performs regular reports on traffic behavior and the like. And, like the rest of the internet, our most popular stories are generally the ones…

ABCorp to Mass 3D Print Protective Headgear for BATS-TOI

One of the oldest companies in the U.S., American Banknote Corporation (ABCorp), continues to stay apace with the 21st century with its 3D printing services. ABCorp has announced a partnership…

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Why Did HP Kill off its Full-Color 3D Printer?

The full-color HP Jet Fusion 580 3D printer was a fantastic machine; however, HP’s decision to cease production of the system is shrouded in mystery. Nonetheless, there are fascinating takeaways…

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Review: Cobra 3D Printed Putter Improves 3DPrint.com CEO’s Golf Game

In our latest product review, Alan Meckler, CEO of 3DPrint.com’s parent company, 3DR Holdings, had the opportunity to test out one of Cobra Golf’s 3D printed putters, made using HP’s…

Formify’s Formfitting 3D Printed Mouse Could Help ESport’s Biggest Athletes

Canadian startup Formify is attempting to bring 3D printing to Esport’s biggest stage. The company is now 3D printing custom mice and has already sent its product to well-known YouTubers…

GM Turns to HP’s MJF 3D Printing for Fast Part Production

At this week’s RAPID+TCT event, HP will be running its high volume production Jet Fusion 5200 platform, powered by Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology which has now printed more than…

Injection Molding Firm Oechsler Doubles Down on 3D Printing with HP and AMT Expansion

Oechsler AG is a Germany-based, leading global supplier of polymer solutions that has been operating for over a hundred and fifty years. The company was also an early adopter of…

3D Printed Shoe Soles Cut CO2 Emissions by 48%, Study Says

According to a study published in February 2022 titled “The First Environmental Evaluation of 3D-Printed Footwear,” the current standard production process involved in footwear manufacturing leads to “an industry where…

Ocado’s New Warehouse Robot Features 300 3D Printed Parts

Retail and robotics company Ocado has unveiled its latest warehouse robot, the 600 Series. Cheaper and lighter than its predecessor, the 500 Series, the newest bot features over 300 parts…

Partnering with L’Oréal, HP Scales 3D Printing Network

At Formnext 2021, HP (NYSE: HPQ) has announced that it was expanding its Digital Manufacturing Network (DMN) of part 3D printing bureaus as it attempts to meet demand for agile…

Xaar Irix Pro Printhead Targets Inkjet 3D Printing

Xaar has released a new printhead the Irix on its ImagineX platform. There are two versions, the Irix Core and the Irix Pro, with the latter having been developed with…

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Leading Foot Wellness Company, FitMyFoot Uses 3D-Printing Technology to Create Custom Footwear at Scale

Fuzzy slippers and comfy sweatpants are the latest fashion craze, thanks to the Pandemic. Just take a stroll through your local department store, and you’ll find Athleisure wear replacing designer…

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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…

3D Printing and COVID-19, April 14, 2020 Update

Companies, organizations and individuals continue to attempt to lend support to the COVID-19 pandemic supply effort. We will be providing regular updates about these initiatives where necessary in an attempt to ensure…

Spanish Leitat1 Field Respirator Performs Initial Tests in ICU

Previously mentioned in our coverage of emergency medical supplies was the Leitat1 bag valve mask (BVM). The emergency respirator, which features 3D printed components and was developed by a consortium…

3D Printing and COVID-19, April 3, 2020 Update

Companies, organizations and individuals continue to attempt to lend support to the COVID-19 pandemic supply effort. We will be providing regular updates about these initiatives where necessary in an attempt…

3D Printing for COVID-19, Part Four: Corporate Partners

As small 3D printing businesses and individual users jump at a chance to support efforts to manufacture critically needed medical supplies, larger corporations also see opportunities to lend aid. Among…