3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing News

South Korean researchers to develop 3D bioprinting ear reconstruction process

Researchers from the Korea Institute of Machinery...

3ders.org | June 1, 2017

3D printing materials company Graphene 3D targets US & Taiwan markets with AzTrong partnership

Graphene composites specialist and 3D printing materials provider Graphene 3D Lab has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with graphene technology company AzTrong. A...

3ders.org | June 1, 2017

Zortrax Opens Up to Third-Party 3D Printing Materials with New Software Profiles

Everyone loves flexibility when it comes to materials. The more different kinds of materials a 3D printer can print with, the better, in many people’s opinions. Zortrax...

3DPrint.com | Clare Scott | June 1, 2017

Israeli 3D printing company Nano Dimension raises $4.7M from investors, will issue 4M shares

Nano Dimension, an Israel-based 3D printing company leading the way in printed electronics, has raised $4.7 million (NIS 17 million) from investors. The funding, which was raised...

3ders.org | June 1, 2017

Sign Up for 3DPrint.com Summer Design Courses and Push Your 3D Printing Design Skills to the Next Level

Are you looking for a way to push your career or hobby further this summer? Sign up for one of 3DPrint.com’s inspiring design courses, starting June 20. The two-week intensive...

3DPrint.com | Saadia Khalid | June 1, 2017

Dubai woman receives Gulf regions first fully 3D printed prosthetic leg

3D printed prosthetics are among the most important and life-changing applications of additive manufacturing technology, and we’ve reported extensively on the advances that have...

3ders.org | May 31, 2017

Finnish hobbyist 3D prints worlds largest fidget spinner

The humble fidget spinner, used by many people to keep their hands occupied so they can relax and more easily focus on tasks, has gradually turned into one of the major gadget...

3ders.org | May 31, 2017

The UAE's First Fully 3D Printed Prosthetic Leg Fitted: Recipient "Really Impressed" with Technology That Made It Possible

About a year ago, Dubai got pretty specific with some of the goals for its multi-tiered 3D printing plan in terms of the medical sector, when the Dubai Health Authority (DHA)...

3DPrint.com | Sarah Saunders | May 31, 2017

UC San Diego unveils amazing VR tactile glove made using soft robotics and 3D printing

A team of researchers from the University of California San Diego is using 3D printing and soft robotics to develop smart gloves that give tactile feedback to users from virtual...

3ders.org | May 31, 2017

Thor3D & DreamT&S Team Up, Offer Discounted Bundle for 3D Scanner & Inspection Software

The word “innovation” invokes expectations of something wondrous and never before seen. Within the 3D realm it is a term bandied about often whether as a verb or a...

3DPrint.com | Bridget Butler Millsaps | May 31, 2017

Body Labs Launches Human-Aware Artificial Intelligence Platform SOMA

Manhattan-based Body Labs was founded in 2013, and in early 2015 introduced the beta version of BodyKit, a set of APIs for virtualizing and simulating the human body. Body Labs is...

3DPrint.com | Sarah Saunders | May 31, 2017

Todd Grimm Tells More Tales About Fantastic Developments in Additive Manufacturing at RAPID

Last week, we reported on the first part of Todd Grimm’s rapid-fire What’s New talk at RAPID + TCT. Grimm continued his talk by discussing the latest trends in digital...

3DPrint.com | Michael A. Parker | May 31, 2017

Stage One invests £1M to launch creative 3D printing startup Fluxaxis

Stage One, a UK-based creative services company, has announced the launch of Fluxaxis, a £1 million ($1.29M) startup dedicated to digital manufacturing platforms such as 3D...

3ders.org | May 31, 2017

3D Printing Startup Fluxaxis Launches Along with Competition Seeking Artist in Residence

As the 3D printing industry continues to expand, 3D printing service bureaus are becoming not only more numerous but more specific, catering to certain markets in particular. The...

3DPrint.com | Clare Scott | May 31, 2017

Australian Department of Defence using 3D printing to repair military aircraft

The Defence Science and Technology Group (DST Group), part of Australia’s Department of Defence, is using 3D printing to repair military aircraft. Local businesses and researchers...

3ders.org | May 31, 2017