3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing News

World’s First 3D Printed Prosthetic Eye Implant Heralds Vision for the Future of Medicine

There are multiple reasons why a person would wear a prosthetic eye, from the eye not developing normally to cancer or an accident. According to the Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS...

3DPrint.com | Sarah Saunders | December 1, 2021

EOS has delivered and installed 1000 3D printers in North America

EOS, a leading provider of powder bed fusion 3D printers, has announced the delivery and installation of its 1000th 3D printer in North America. The machine – an AMCM M 4K...

3D Printing Industry | Kubi Sertoglu | December 1, 2021

Introducing the 3D printable blood plasma bio-ink that accelerates the wound-healing process

Scientists at the Irish RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences have developed a novel bio-ink that can be 3D printed into tissues capable of fast-forwarding the human...

3D Printing Industry | Paul Hanaphy | December 1, 2021

Researchers develop microscopic color-changing gas sensors using 3D printing technology

Researchers from Trinity College Dublin and the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research (AMBER) have developed a novel set of microscopic gas...

3D Printing Industry | Kubi Sertoglu | December 1, 2021

‘Leaked’ Elon Musk Email Raises Specter of Raptor Production Issues, SpaceX Bankruptcy

Is SpaceX going to Mars? Will the Raptor engines help launch the Starship super-heavy rocket any time soon? Will SpaceX go bankrupt? These and many more questions have been raised...

3DPrint.com | Vanesa Listek | November 30, 2021

SAM project announces results of 3D printing sustainability survey

The SAM (Sector Skills Strategy in Additive Manufacturing) project has released the preliminary results of its 3D printing survey, which assessed among other things the role of...

3D Printing Industry | Hayley Everett | November 30, 2021

DARPA invites project proposals for new edible 3D printed food products

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has issued a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) opportunity inviting proposals for a new edible 3D printing material....

3D Printing Industry | Kubi Sertoglu | November 30, 2021

Digital Anatomy Creator Software Enables 3D Printing of Medical Models

Over the past few years, Stratasys has transformed itself from a two technology hardware OEM with a strong service offering to a company that has a number of software products...

3DPrint.com | Joris Peels | November 30, 2021

Bioprinting for Burns and Cancer on the Horizon for CTI Biotech

French startup CTI Biotech has hit two important milestones on the road to creating functional bioprinted human tissues. In November 2021, the company announced the development of...

3DPrint.com | Vanesa Listek | November 30, 2021

Design for Disruption: 3D Printed Spares and MRO

If we want to make millions of parts or make millions from parts, we will have to disrupt existing production with additive manufacturing (AM). In order to do that, we... The...

3DPrint.com | Joris Peels | November 30, 2021

nScrypt 3D Manufactures Electronic Sensing Device on a Cylinder

Orlando, FL – nScrypt is pleased to announce that it has successfully 3D manufactured a rugged, fully functioning precision electronic sensing device on a cylinder. ...

Additive Manufacturing (AM) | Trey Smith | November 30, 2021

Bioprinting Breakthrough: Bioprinter for Implantable Tissues Installed in French Hospital

A French hospital installed a bioprinter to manufacture biological tissues for transplantation in humans. This quantum leap in bioprinting is possible thanks to Poietis, a local...

3DPrint.com | Vanesa Listek | November 30, 2021

AddUp Partners with German Tooling Center for Metal 3D Printed Tools

WBA Aachener Werkzeugbau Akademie is a competence center for the production of tooling on the RWTH campus in Aachen. The centre is partnering with French laser powder bed fusion (...

3DPrint.com | Joris Peels | November 30, 2021

API’s new 3D printing standard to help “strengthen the supply chain resiliency” of oil and gas firms

The American Petroleum Institute (API) has unveiled a new standard that’s designed to drive the further adoption of additive manufacturing within the oil and gas sector. ...

3D Printing Industry | Paul Hanaphy | November 30, 2021

Foundry Lab exits stealth mode with “breakthrough” digital metal casting technology

New Zealand-based metal casting start-up Foundry Lab has emerged from stealth mode after raising $8 million in a Series A funding round.  Backed by venture capital firm...

3D Printing Industry | Hayley Everett | November 30, 2021