3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing News

Swedish architects use 3D printing technology to develop novel ‘Meristem Wall’

The architecture sector has combined functionality and aesthetics once more with the 3D printing of an innovative new wall using additive manufacturing technology developed by...

3D Printing Industry | Kubi Sertoglu | 2 hours 2 min ago

BMW i Ventures invests in “breakthrough” gel 3D printing developer Rapid Liquid Print

Automotive manufacturer BMW’s strategic investment arm BMW i Ventures has provided seed funding to elastomer 3D printing start-up Rapid Liquid Print (RLP).  Licensed...

3D Printing Industry | Paul Hanaphy | 2 hours 4 min ago

Authentise and Solukon join forces for integrated metal post-processing workflow

3D printing software developer Authentise has integrated post-processing system manufacturer Solukon’s Digital Factory Tool into its Advanced Manufacturing Execution System (AMES...

3D Printing Industry | Hayley Everett | 2 hours 7 min ago

Coffee machine burnt out? Additive Appliances could have you covered

Italian 3D printing start-up Additive Appliances has been awarded funding to support its R&D of a novel additive manufactured heat exchanger for domestic coffee machines....

3D Printing Industry | Paul Hanaphy | 3 hours 25 min ago

MeaTech breaks new ground by 3D bioprinting a 3.67oz steak, its largest yet

MeaTech, an Israeli food technology firm, has announced the latest milestone in its quest to develop sustainable, cultured meat products using 3D bioprinting technology. Using its...

3D Printing Industry | Kubi Sertoglu | 3 hours 48 min ago

Blackstone begins series production of lithium-ion batteries using 3D printing technology

Blackstone Resources, a Swiss investment firm focused on battery technology, has announced the series production of its 3D printed battery cells at its new manufacturing plant in...

3D Printing Industry | Kubi Sertoglu | December 8, 2021

Graphy debuts “world’s first” direct 3D printed aligner with shape memory

Graphy, a South Korean-based manufacturer of 3D printable photopolymer resins, has unveiled what it claims is the “world’s first” direct 3D printed aligner that features a shape...

3D Printing Industry | Hayley Everett | December 8, 2021

Indonesia targeting concrete 3D printed schools after conducting initial trials of the technology

Indonesia’s Public Works and Public Housing Ministry (PUPR) has begun trialling concrete 3D printing as a means of meeting the country’s demand for affordable infrastructure....

3D Printing Industry | Paul Hanaphy | December 8, 2021

Materialise partners with Siemens to unlock native Magics CAD workflow functionality

Belgian 3D printing software developer and service provider Materialise has announced the addition of native CAD workflow functionality to its Magics platform.  With the...

3D Printing Industry | Paul Hanaphy | December 8, 2021

Review: LulzBot TAZ SideKick – a configurable, open-source FDM 3D printer

3D Printing Industry reviews the LulzBot TAZ SideKick 289 3D printer. Designed by US-based 3D printer OEM FAME 3D, the SideKick is the latest addition to the LulzBot TAZ line of...

3D Printing Industry | Kubi Sertoglu | December 7, 2021

Fleet Space develops next-gen 3D printed satellites to bolster IoT connectivity

Australian satellite developer Fleet Space has revealed plans to launch a new generation of 3D printed small satellites in the next 12 months, called Alpha.  Claimed to be...

3D Printing Industry | Hayley Everett | December 7, 2021

Controversial 3D printed ‘Sarco’ suicide capsule legalized in Switzerland

A 3D printed pod that allows users to climb inside and take their own lives has been given legal clearance in Switzerland, according to a report in the country’s media. ...

3D Printing Industry | Paul Hanaphy | December 7, 2021

14Trees to build largest 3D printed affordable housing project in Kenya

14Trees, a joint venture between building materials specialist LafargeHolcim and CDC Group, the UK’s publicly owned impact investor, is building Africa’s largest 3D printed...

3D Printing Industry | Hayley Everett | December 6, 2021

University of Sydney to partner with GE Additive on R&D at new $25M ‘factory of the future’

The University of Sydney has announced the opening of a ‘factory of the future’ through which it aims to drive 3D printing innovation and put the region “at the heart of...

3D Printing Industry | Paul Hanaphy | December 6, 2021

BigRep doubles down on ease-of-use with its new large-format PRO 3D printer

BigRep, a Germany-based manufacturer of large-format 3D printers, has shifted gears towards ease-of-use with one of its latest systems. Debuted at Formnext 2021 last month, the...

3D Printing Industry | Kubi Sertoglu | December 6, 2021