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3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: February 18, 2024

Kicking things off in this week’s 3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup, SPE’s International Polyolefins Conference is taking place in Texas, while the WAMSymposium will be held in Florida and…

3D Printing News Briefs, October 21, 2023: 3D Printed Molds, Bridges, & More

We’ll kick things off in 3D Printing News Briefs with business, and then move on to critical spare parts for the battleground, an analysis of 3D printed vs. wood molds,…

Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Buys SPEE3D Metal 3D Printers

SPEE3D, the Australian original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of cold spray additive manufacturing (CSAM) platforms, has been awarded a contract by the Japanese Ministry of Defense to purchase both WarpSPEE3D and…

Australia’s 3D Printing Market is Starting to Hit its Stride

Three announcements that have become typical for Australia’s small but increasingly significant 3D printing market all happened within a few days of each other. First, Titomic, a manufacturer of cold…

3D Printing News Briefs, August 10, 2023: Flame Retardant Material, Military Training, & More

We’re starting off with materials news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, as 3D Systems introduced new materials to expand the capabilities of its SLA and Figure 4 platforms. Moving…

3D Printing News Briefs, July 29, 2023: Sales Partner, Metallic Gels, & More

In 3D Printing News Briefs, Meltio welcomes a sales partner for the metal AM market of the DACH region, the Drone Logistics Ecosystem is partnering with Sedaxis, and Missouri S&T…

Metal 3D Printing as Strategic Economics: CTO Steven Camilleri on SPEE3D’s Vision

When writing about emerging companies, especially in tech-heavy spaces, it’s always tempting to try to use Apple as a frame of reference. I try to fight that temptation in terms…

Commercial & Defense 3D Printing at the Point of Need with SPEE3D

Australian OEM SPEE3D, which specializes in cold spray metal additive manufacturing (AM) solutions that work under extreme conditions, is one of the more interesting companies in the AM industry right…

SPEE3D’s Cold Spray 3D Printing Wins DoD Point of Need Challenge

SPEE3D, the Australian 3D printing original equipment manufacturer (OEM), announced that the company was one of six winners of the Department of Defense Manufacturing Technology (DoD ManTech) “Point of Need…

Adding Up the Progress: A Year of 3D Printing Evolution on Display at RAPID + TCT 2023

As I was having my traditional panic attack in the Lyft on the way to McCormick Place, I realized something: technically, it hadn’t even been a full year since last…

3D Printing News Briefs, March 18, 2022: Amphibian Aerospace, Olympics, & More

Multistation signed a distribution agreement with BigRep, and JPB Système reports a major milestone, while Nupress will deliver amphibian aerospace applications with SPEE3D technology. HP introduced its new Single Cell…

SPEE3D and Aussie Machine Shop to Provide Cold Spray Metal 3D Printing Subscriptions

Australian original equipment manufacturer (OEM) SPEE3D announced that the firm has partnered with Nupress, a machine tool shop also based in Australia, to provide Nupress’s customers with subscription services to…

SPEE3D’s Metal 3D Printing Poised for 2023 Breakout

SPEE3D isn’t planning on doing its own missions to space any time soon. Its CEO, Byron Kennedy, was quick to point this out when I asked about the company’s recently…

3D Printed Rocket Test Fire Heralds Space Future for Australia’s SPEE3D

Australian 3D printing firm SPEE3D has an inexpensive and very productive 3D printing technology that is hereto been known mainly for its potential in austere environments. The cold spray firm has…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: A Fully Martensitic 17-4 PH Steel, a New Ender and a Meniscus Bioprinted in Space

17-4 Percipitation Hardened steel has been produced with the same quality and strength of wrought steel. A fully martensitic 17-4 PH steel could become a very popular material in powder…

British Army Invites SPEE3D to Demonstrate Rapid Metal 3D Printing for U.S. Military

The U.S. is intent on further developing a relationship with its closest allies, working together with the U.K. and Australia to 3D print hypersonics and more. Now ,Australian firm SPEE3D…

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Spee3D to Work With US Military, Evonik Releases 3 Resins, Vitro3D Gets Seed Round for Volumetric 3D Printing

Colorado University at Boulder spinout Vitro3D is getting $1.3 million in a seed round for its volumetric 3D printing method. The startup wants to print dental aligner molds and scaffolds…

SPEE3D Releases XSPEE3D: “World’s Fastest All-In-One, Containerized Metal 3D Printer”

In 2022, numerous developments seem to be signaling that metal additive manufacturing (AM) has entered a new era in its history. One company epitomizing this trajectory is Australia’s SPEE3D, which…

Parts 3D Printed on US Naval Ship Signals Sea Change in Military Supply Chain

Correction 9/9/22: This article previously stated that SPEE3D was the first to 3D print parts aboard a naval vessel. We have recently learned that Xerox successfully 3D printed metal parts…

3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: July 17, 2022

A range of topics will be covered during webinars and events this week, such as Multi Jet Fusion technology, military policy on additive manufacturing, 3D printed textiles and dental crowns,…

SPEE3D Adds Stainless Steel, Titanium & Nickel Based Carbide 3D Printing

Australian 3D printing firm SPEE3D has introduced a new nozzle which allows the firm’s technology to 3D print in stainless steel, titanium and nickel-based carbides. Nickel-based carbides are high-strength metals,…

3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: June 19, 2022

It’s another busy week of events and webinars coming up, starting with the AM Industry Summit in Long Beach. 3D Delta Week and the Silicone Expo are also taking place,…

3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: June 12, 2022

We have another busy week of webinars and events, starting with an international conference on powder metallurgy. In addition, Stratasys is continuing its Experience Tour, TriMech will discussing managing data…

3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: April 3, 2022

While there aren’t quite as many webinars and events this week, don’t think the industry is any less busy—the AMUG 2022 Conference is kicking off today! There are several other…