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Startup Accelerator: Will PanX Disrupt Simulation for 3D Printing?

I usually try to stay grounded and err on the side of little to no enthusiasm for new things. This has historically been a good approach in 3D printing. However,…

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Why the Velo3D Platform is Optimal for AM-Enabled Tooling Production

In a previous post, I began to summarize a Velo3D white paper, “How Additive Manufacturing is Transforming Tooling”, which details the use of the Velo3D Sapphire platform in printing die…

3D Printing News Briefs, April 22, 2023: Sustainability, Coastal Erosion, & More

RadTech has launched a new UV+EB sustainability website…this story kicks off today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, followed by metal 3D printing news, as Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing acquired a Sapphire XC…

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Hypersonic Engine with 3D Printed Parts Achieves Key Milestone in Hypersonic Flight

Hypersonic aircraft startup Hermeus has set a new milestone as Chimera, its flagship turbine-based cycle engine, demonstrated it can successfully transition from turbojet to ramjet. Such a transition allows reusable…

3D Printing Financials: Velo3D Misses Earnings and Adjusts Full Year Guidance

Velo3D (NYSE: VLD) announced results for its third quarter and trimmed its full-year 2022 revenue guidance to between $75 million and $80 million compared to its previous guidance of $89…

Pratt & Whitney Evaluates Large Velo3D System for 3D Printing Jet Engine Parts

Velo3D has announced that its Sapphire XC will be evaluated for use in the production of jet engine components by Pratt & Whitney, at the Raytheon Technologies Research Center, in…

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Velo3D Announces Q3 Release for Its Largest Volume 3D Printer Ever

Velo3D, one of the leading manufacturers of metal additive manufacturing (AM) systems for aerospace and space, has announced the release date for its new Sapphire XC 1MZ, which will be…