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China has announced the successful launch of its Long March-5 carrier rocket from the Wenchang Space Launch Center – a multi-stage vehicle carrying the Tianwen-1 Mars probe into the red planet’s orbit. The heavy-lift rocket, which took off on July 23, features a set of polymer static firing skirts additively manufactured on a Farsoon HT1001P […]
Author: Kubi Sertoglu
Posted: August 6, 2020, 10:43 am
Germany-HQ’d automated post-processing provider DyeMansion has raised $14 million in a Series B funding round.  The investment was led by new partner Nordic Alpha Partners (NAP), a Danish growth fund, and takes the total cash raised by the company to $24 million. Nordic joins existing investors UVC Partners, btov Partners, KGAL, and AM Ventures, who […]
Author: Paul Hanaphy
Posted: August 5, 2020, 7:07 pm
Multinational printing firm HP and Seattle-based software company Dyndrite have announced a new strategic 3D printing partnership. The deal will see Dyndrite license its 3D geometry kernel to HP for use with its next-generation additive manufacturing portfolio. Dyndrite’s software is designed to accelerate the 3D printing process by enabling efficient and scalable manufacturing via a […]
Author: Paul Hanaphy
Posted: August 5, 2020, 6:10 pm
Two researchers from Michigan Technological University, Dr. Joshua Pearce and Aliaksei Petsiuk, have developed an open source, computer vision-based software algorithm capable of print failure detection and correction. Leveraging just a single camera pointed at the build plate, the code tracks – layer by layer – any printing errors that appear on the exterior or interior […]
Author: Kubi Sertoglu
Posted: August 5, 2020, 10:57 am
Introducing 3D Printing Industry’s monthly 3D printing events guide. Our summary of the latest 3D printing events features additive manufacturing summits, 3D printing workshops, online training courses, and digital webinars.  Are you organizing an event? It’s free to add your 3D printing event to our online guide. Simply access the 3D Printing Industry events website, […]
Author: Paul Hanaphy
Posted: August 5, 2020, 10:44 am
In this edition of Sliced, the 3D Printing Industry news digest, we cover the latest business developments, partnerships, and acquisitions across our industry.  Today’s edition features supply chain updates, additive manufacturing partnerships, new 3D printing materials, a number of investments in the industry and a 3D printed  off-road electric vehicle.  Read on for the most […]
Author: Paul Hanaphy
Posted: August 5, 2020, 8:26 am
Automotive manufacturer General Motors (GM) has added 17 Stratasys FDM 3D printers to its already extensive fleet, citing “speed, weight reduction, and cost efficiency” as key advantages of the technology. The news precedes an update from Stratasys on the companies most recent financial performance that is due tomorrow. Ron Daul, Director of Additive Manufacturing at GM, states: […]
Author: Kubi Sertoglu
Posted: August 4, 2020, 8:41 pm
Engineers from the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, a wing of the Air Force Sustainment Center, have become the first to successfully test a 3D printed metal component inside a U.S. Air Force aircraft engine. The “significant milestone” bodes well for aircraft that are powered by the TF33-P103 engine, such as the E-3 Airborne Warning […]
Author: Kubi Sertoglu
Posted: August 4, 2020, 6:29 pm
Consolidate your applications into one collaboration platform to run your business more efficiently By Mike Moceri, founder, and CEO, MakerOS Every year, companies across all industries are relying more and more on multiple software applications to get the job done. On average, companies with under 1,000 employees use 22 custom applications in their business. As you’d […]
Author: 3D Printing Industry
Posted: August 4, 2020, 10:58 am
Texas-based construction firm ICON has partnered with the U.S. government-backed Defense Innovation Unit (DIU), to demonstrate the military applications of 3D printing at the Camp Pendleton Marine base. Working with the DIU, ICON trained a crew of eight Marines to use its concrete 3D printers. Despite their limited engineering experience, the troops managed to print a vehicle hide […]
Author: Paul Hanaphy
Posted: August 4, 2020, 10:06 am
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