AddUp Adds to Portfolio with Acquisition of Majority Stake in Poly-Shape

AddUp has been on an acquiring spree lately; just a few months ago, the joint venture between Michelin and Fives acquired metal additive manufacturing company BeAM, and now the company has…

The R&D Tax Credit Aspects of 3D Printed Telecommunications

Telecommunications is defined as the transfer of information over long distances via some electronic form, including phones, microwave communications, fiber optics, satellites, radio and TV broadcasting, and the internet. Over…

Thales Alenia Space Looks to Space with Large Qualified 3D Printed Satellite Components and a New Collaboration

One thing that’s exciting about working in an industry as new and fast-growing as 3D printing is that we’re constantly seeing firsts. First 3D printed glasses, first 3D printed heel…

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…

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — June 18, 2016

This week proved to be an exciting and busy one for the 3D printing industry, and as per usual, it was nearly impossible to cover it all. Out in Abu Dhabi,…

A Pair of Korean Satellites to Include Largest 3D Printed Parts Ever Made in Europe

So far 2015 has been the year of 3D printed metal components in space, first SpaceX and NASA started testing them for rocket engines and now two Korean satellites will…


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