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3D Printing Serves as a Bridge to Mass Production in New Endeavor3D White Paper

Now that additive manufacturing (AM) has demonstrated itself as a production technology, the scale up for the industry may be found in bridge production. As evidenced during COVID-19, 3D printing…

ICON Rolls out Suite of Construction 3D Printing Products at SXSW

ICON, the Austin-based leader in additive construction (AC) innovation, announced a range of new products at 2024’s SXSW. Among other announcements, in an SXSW event presented by ICON called Domus…

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Velo3D Releases Defense 3D Printing White Paper with AM Research

3DPrint.com’s sibling company, the market research firm/consultancy Additive Manufacturing (AM) Research, has collaborated with original equipment manufacturer (OEM) Velo3D to create a white paper titled “3D Printing and the Defense…

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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, September 3, 2022: SPAC Deal, 3D Printing Starch, & More

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’ve got business stories to share, as Xact Metal has expanded to Latin America with two distribution partnerships, and NUBURU is looking to go…

World Economic Forum Predicts Mass 3D Printing within 10 Years

A new free-to-download white paper from the World Economic Forum (WEF) predicts widespread, mass production of 3D printed industrial parts in the next decade and highlights the relationship between the…

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Challenges and Opportunities of Microwave Sintering in Metal Additive Manufacturing

The use of microwave energy to sinter parts made from metal powders was first reported by researchers from Penn State University in 1999. They reported the ability to sinter a…

Italian Researchers Integrate Sensors into 3D Printed Metal Structures

Italian researchers from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Politecnico di Torino, explore the use of sensors in 3D printing for medical applications. Authors G. De Pasquale, A. Buffon,…

AMFG Publishes Additive Manufacturing Landscape Report 2020: Breaking Down the Industry and Looking at the Future

Today, London-based company AMFG, which provides MES and workflow software for industrial additive manufacturing (AM) that helps companies streamline and manage their production workflows, has released the second edition of…

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A Q&A With Protolabs: The Need, Impact, and Elimination Strategies of Support Structures

A Q&A with David Bentley, Protolabs Digital manufacturing leader Protolabs has invested heavily in additive manufacturing equipment, with a concentration in laser powder-bed fusion (LPBF) technology. The company recently purchased…

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From design to reality: Windform® Composite Materials to go beyond 3D Printing

Additive manufacturing is evolving very quickly, powering the development of innovative, lightweight applications. This growth has a major reason: advances in additive materials. According to many 2019 reports, the number…

3D Printing News Briefs: June 27, 2019

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re starting with a couple of stories from the recent Paris Air Show: TUSAS Engine Industries has invested in GE Additive technology, and ARMOR explained…

Variability of Additive Manufacturing Processes Part One

While additive manufacturing (AM) has historically been used for rapid prototyping, the field has greatly advanced, drawing AM into manufacturing and production of end-use products. For use as a manufacturing…

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New Developments in Acrylate Oligomers for 3D Printing

The expansion of 3D printing into rapid manufacturing applications and strong market demand for next-generation oligomers has been coupled with an increased demand for materials with a wide variety of…

3D Printing News Briefs: October 24, 2018

Starting out with education and moving on to medical and business news…buckle your seat belts, it’s time for this week’s first edition of 3D Printing News Briefs! Keith Moore, the…

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New Developments in Acrylate Oligomers for 3D Printing

The expansion of 3D printing into rapid manufacturing applications and strong market demand for next-generation oligomers has been coupled with an increased demand for materials with a wide variety of…

Free 3D Systems Whitepaper Discusses Scalable, Digital Molding Process and Figure 4 3D Printing

Injection molding was invented nearly 150 years ago, and while the manufacturing process has been improved several times over the years, something that hasn’t changed about the technology is its…

Fabrisonic’s Whitepaper on Metal 3D Printed Heat Exchangers for NASA JPL

Founded in 2011, Ohio-based Fabrisonic uses its hybrid metal 3D printing process, called Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing (UAM), to merge layers of metal foil together in a solid-state thanks to high frequency ultrasonic…

Optomec Study Examines Directed Energy Deposition vs. Powder Bed Fusion 3D Printing

Optomec is known for its LENS series of 3D printers, which utilize Directed Energy Deposition 3D printing technology. DED is a powder bed-based technology in which metal powder is continuously…

3D Printing News Briefs: May 18, 2018

We’re starting with some exciting news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, then moving right along into business, events, and research. In Melbourne this week, Titomic has introduced its new…

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3D Printing Resources: Stratasys Offers Four New Free White Papers for Download

At 3DPrint.com, we’ve been working to introduce more and more helpful educational resources alongside daily news and industry insights about 3D printing. These resources include white papers from partners including…

RAPID + TCT: Learning About 3D Printing in Point-of-Care Manufacturing

Continuing with our dive into this week’s busy RAPID + TCT in Fort Worth, Texas, the third keynote, sponsored by Materialise and held Wednesday morning, centered on point-of-care (POC) manufacturing, a topic we’ve…

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Behind the Buzz: Exploring the Challenges of High-Speed 3D Printing

High-speed continuous 3D printing has captured a lot of attention in recent years, and basically the method is an upgraded approach to Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology, which EnvisionTEC commercialized…

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3D Printing in Point of Care Manufacturing

Manufacturing is evolving, taking new forms enabled by additive manufacturing/3D printing (AM3DP). For medicine, AM3DP has fueled a rise in point-of-care (POC) manufacturing, improving the patient, and turning doctors into…