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Researchers from the Canadian École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS) and Université de Montréal have 3D printed protective ‘crowns’ for the tusks of an endangered walrus sheltered at the nearby Aquarium du Québec.  Four of the marine mammals are under conservation at the aquarium, but their new concrete habitat is not well-suited to their dental needs, […]
Author: Paul Hanaphy
Posted: October 29, 2020, 6:01 pm
Industrial 3D printer manufacturer GE Additive has announced a Binder Jet public-private partnership with the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC), Indiana’s lead economic development agency. The contract is ultimately intended to help commercialize GE’s newly developed H2 binder jetting system, all while advancing the state’s wider manufacturing capabilities. Specifically, the pair have agreed to co-invest […]
Author: Kubi Sertoglu
Posted: October 29, 2020, 4:01 pm
Airbus subsidiary and global supplier of aircraft parts, Satair has provided a U.S. airline customer with what it claims is the “first certified metal printed flying spare part.” Satair developed the 3D printed A320ceo wingtip fences after the part became unobtainable from the original supplier, who had difficulties providing the cast part. Additive manufacturing was […]
Author: Hayley Everett
Posted: October 29, 2020, 3:58 pm
MakerOS 2.0 is here. Here’s why my team and I are incredibly proud of this version, and how it will speed up your workflow. By Mike Moceri My team and I are incredibly proud to announce that MakerOS 2.0 is here. It’s truly the next-generation collaboration platform that every fabrication and engineering service needs to […]
Author: 3D Printing Industry
Posted: October 29, 2020, 2:21 pm
Following the success of its debut Kickstarter campaign, 3D printer manufacturer LONGER is now crowdfunding its latest LCD system – the Orange 4K. The “ultrafine” resin machine features a 5.5” 4K LCD screen, with both a color and mono variant being made available. Offering a build volume of 118 x 66 x 190mm, the consumer-oriented […]
Author: Kubi Sertoglu
Posted: October 29, 2020, 10:39 am
3D printing resin supplier Adaptive3D has obtained Series B financing from a syndicate led by French advanced materials company Arkema Group. Also backing the investment is West Pharmaceutical Services, a global manufacturer of containment and delivery systems for injectable medicines, along with venture capital firm Clear Fir Partners, and current investors Applied Ventures, and the founding […]
Author: Hayley Everett
Posted: October 29, 2020, 10:33 am
Researchers from the Dutch University of Wageningen and Spanish University of Valencia, have 3D printed a selection of micro-algae-based cereal snacks.  Using a dual-extrusion 3D printing process, the team attempted to make their foods tastier and more visually appealing by customizing their shape, texture and color. Although the scientists needed to add green algae to their […]
Author: Paul Hanaphy
Posted: October 29, 2020, 10:07 am
An international team of scientists led by RMIT University, has developed a cost-effective method of turning recycled cooking oil, plastic refuse and agricultural waste into eco-friendly biofuels.  The researchers’ process is based around a novel catalyst, that’s capable of converting highly-contaminated materials into chemical precursors. In addition to creating low-carbon fuel sources, the chemical by-products […]
Author: Paul Hanaphy
Posted: October 28, 2020, 3:43 pm
Multinational printing firm HP has released a spate of announcements in the lead up to this year’s Formnext Connect, aiming to drive digital, software, services, and automation advancements within the additive manufacturing industry. The three pillar launch saw HP unveil a new software solution, the HP Universal Build Manager, which is powered by Seattle-based software company Dyndrite, […]
Author: Hayley Everett
Posted: October 28, 2020, 2:33 pm
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 3D printing is quickly becoming an important tool for the prototyping and low-volume production of parts within a wide range of industries.  Despite this, many businesses that could possibly benefit from adopting the technology have been put off by barriers to entry, such as initial costs, training and spatial viability. Meanwhile, […]
Author: Paul Hanaphy
Posted: October 28, 2020, 11:48 am
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