3D Printing News Unpeeled: Boom Supersonic, Creality and Construction

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Creality is sponsoring an E gaming tournament in Brazil showcasing its attempts to make the 3D printing industry larger. The Historic Erie Preservation Trust, Kidder Jefferys Construction and Gannon University's I-HACK Maker Lab work together to replicate wood spindles for staircases. Initially this seems like a good news story from Eerie PA but this is a potentially large application for 3D printing in restoring old buildings. Boom Supersonic finds new partners to try to make its own engine picking GE Additive, Kratos Turbine Technologies (KTT) and StandardAero to do this task.

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