3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing News

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

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

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

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

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

3D Printing Spotlight On: Carina Canoy, Founder, Peer2Tech

For the past two decades, Carina Canoy has worked as a project manager, the person responsible for successfully orchestrating the organization, risk management, and financial...

3DPrint.com | Hannah Rose Mendoza | May 31, 2017

UnionTech: International 3D Printing Quality from China Brings "A Fresh Dimension" in SLA to the US

In the West, we don’t necessarily know a great deal about the shape of the Asian 3D printing market; we do know that China in particular has been working on additive...

3DPrint.com | Sarah Anderson Goehrke | May 31, 2017

Sinterit Introduces Powder Sieve to Complement the Lisa 3D Printer - First Desktop SLS System on the Market

In 2014, we were introduced to Sinterit, founded by a group of former Google employees who formed their own 3D printer company. Their first product was the Lisa, an affordable SLS...

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

GE Additive Education Program Selects Over 400 Schools to Receive 3D Printers, Impacting Over 180,000 Students Around the World

GE, well known as a big-name end-user and additive manufacturing innovator, has invested around $1.5 billion in manufacturing and additive technologies. The company acquired a 75...

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

Conch’s Strength Inspires MIT Researchers to 3D Print Stronger Protective Gear

As a kid growing up in Florida, I was always thrilled to find a conch shell intact, washed up on the shore. My grandmother had an enormous collection of them on her sunny porch...

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

3D Printing News Briefs: May 30, 2017

In 3D Printing News Briefs today, Gilmour Space Technologies has secured Series A funding to develop its hybrid-engine rockets that use 3D printed fuel, while Oventus Medical...

3DPrint.com | Sarah Saunders | May 30, 2017

University of New South Wales Sees Launch of 3D Printed CubeSat, Awaiting Confirmation That All is Working Properly

Last week, the first Australian satellite launched in 15 years took off from the International Space Station. The CubeSat is part of the QB50 project, an initiative that involved...

3DPrint.com | Clare Scott | May 30, 2017

ESA and MTC Team Up to Open Additive Manufacturing Benchmark Centre

3D printing is nothing new to the European Space Agency (ESA). The ESA, after all, was the agency to propose building a 3D printed base on the moon, and regularly makes 3D...

3DPrint.com | Clare Scott | May 30, 2017