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3D Prints so Real You'll Have to Look Twice

3D Prints so Real You'll Have to Look Twice

Stratasys today introduced three new color resin materials for the Stratasys J7 and J8 Series of PolyJet 3D printers. The three new materials - Agilus30 Cyan, Agilus30 Magenta and Agilus30 Yellow - allow users to achieve a level of design realism beyond what was previously possible.
External Company Press Release
Morf3D: National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation

Morf3D: National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation

Morf3D Inc has received National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap) certification. Morf3D is now one of 10 companies across the globe with this highly coveted certification for additive manufacturing.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 27, 2022
Evaluating the Sustainability of 3D Electronics

Evaluating the Sustainability of 3D Electronics

As electronics being increasingly ubiquitous, there is a clear trend toward greater integration. Rather than simply making space for a rigid 2D circuit board (PCB) within the product, electronic functionality will be either mounted conformally onto surfaces or incorporated within the structural materials.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 26, 2022
Launcher's 3D-Printed E-2 Rocket Engine Achieves Full Thrust

Launcher's 3D-Printed E-2 Rocket Engine Achieves Full Thrust

Launcher's E-2 liquid rocket engine successfully demonstrated nominal thrust, pressure and oxidizer/fuel mixture ratio for the first time in a test fire at NASA Stennis Space Center. E-2 is a closed cycle 3D-printed, high-performance liquid rocket engine in development for the Launcher Light launch vehicle (inaugural launch scheduled for 2024). A single E-2 engine will boost Launcher Light to low Earth orbit with 150 kg of payload.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 26, 2022
New Miniature Heart Could Help Speed Heart Disease Cures

New Miniature Heart Could Help Speed Heart Disease Cures

An interdisciplinary team of engineers, biologists, and geneticists has developed a new way of studying the heart: they've built a miniature replica of a heart chamber from a combination of nanoengineered parts and human heart tissue. There are no springs or external power sources—like the real thing, it just beats by itself, driven by the live heart tissue grown from stem cells.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 25, 2022
Innovative 3D Printing Technology for Glass Microstructures

Innovative 3D Printing Technology for Glass Microstructures

Researchers have developed a new way to 3D-print glass microstructures that is faster and produces objects with higher optical quality, design flexibility and strength, according to a new study.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 22, 2022
A New Kind of 3D Printing

A New Kind of 3D Printing

While 3D printing techniques have advanced significantly in the last decade, the technology continues to face a fundamental limitation: objects must be built up layer by layer. But what if they didn't have to be?
3D Printing Progress
Apr 20, 2022
Want to 3D Print a Kidney? Start by Thinking Small

Want to 3D Print a Kidney? Start by Thinking Small

Human organ transplants offer a crucial lifeline to people with serious illnesses, but there are too few organs to go around: in the U.S. alone, there are more than 112,000 people currently waiting for transplants. The promise of 3D printing organs is one possible solution to address this shortage but has been fraught with complexity and technical barriers, limiting the type of organs that can be printed.
External Company Press Release
Siemens Accelerates Industrialization of Additive Manufacturing

Siemens Accelerates Industrialization of Additive Manufacturing

Siemens is announcing the opening of its new Charlotte Advanced Technology Collaboration Hub (CATCH) which will be located in Charlotte, NC. This new strategic research and development hub, spearheaded by Siemens Digital Industries, Siemens Technology and Siemens Energy, now a separately operated company, to focus on helping our customers accelerate their plans for the industrialization of additive manufacturing.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 19, 2022
How to Print a Robot From Scratch: New 3D Printing Approach

How to Print a Robot From Scratch: New 3D Printing Approach

Imagine a future in which you could 3D-print an entire robot or stretchy, electronic medical device with the press of a button—no tedious hours spent assembling parts by hand.
External Company Press Release
Velo3D Puts Manufacturing Capabilities to Work for Aerospace Company

Velo3D Puts Manufacturing Capabilities to Work for Aerospace Company

Velo3D Inc announced Lockheed Martin is using Velo3D's end-to-end additive manufacturing solution for its Additive Design & Manufacturing Center, which pilots new additive manufacturing technologies for production deployments in Lockheed Martin's Space division.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 14, 2022
Bioprinting for Bone Repair Improved with Genes

Bioprinting for Bone Repair Improved with Genes

Given enough time and energy, the body will heal, but when doctors or engineers intervene, the processes do not always proceed as planned because chemicals that control and facilitate the healing process are missing. Now, an international team of engineers is bioprinting bone along with two growth factor encoding genes that help incorporate the cells and heal defects in the skulls of rats.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 12, 2022
Army Barracks: Largest 3D Printed Structures in the Western Hemisphere

Army Barracks: Largest 3D Printed Structures in the Western Hemisphere

At more than 5,700 square feet each, these barracks will each be the largest 3D-printed structures in the Western Hemisphere. They will also be the first 3D-printed structures that comply with the DoD's newly-released Unified Facilities Criteria for additive concrete construction, which provides guidance for DoD construction.
External Company Press Release
Morf3D Partners with Siemens to Create Additive Manufacturing Facility

Morf3D Partners with Siemens to Create Additive Manufacturing Facility

Morf3D Inc announced its partnership with Siemens Advanta. The two entities have committed to an ongoing technology development partnership as Morf3D continues to build its new Applied Digital Manufacturing Center in Long Beach, California.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 11, 2022
Smarter 3D Printing Makes Better Parts Faster

Smarter 3D Printing Makes Better Parts Faster

3D printers may soon get better at producing intricate metal and plastic parts, thanks to new software developed at the University of Michigan that reduces harmful heat buildup in laser powder bed fusion printers.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 8, 2022
3D Printed Fingertip Feels Like Human Skin

3D Printed Fingertip Feels Like Human Skin

Machines can beat the world's best chess player, but they cannot handle a chess piece as well as an infant. This lack of robot dexterity is partly because artificial grippers lack the fine tactile sense of the human fingertip, which is used to guide our hands as we pick up and handle objects.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 7, 2022
Join the Upcoming Webinar on Carbon Nanotubes

Join the Upcoming Webinar on Carbon Nanotubes

Thursday 21 April 2022 - Entering the Next Stage in Their Commercial Journey. This webinar will give a comprehensive overview of the carbon nanotube industry including: 10-year market outlook for CNTs; deep dive into the energy storage market; assessment of other key applications; and more.
External Company Press Release
Markforged Expands Software with Acquisition of Teton Simulation

Markforged Expands Software with Acquisition of Teton Simulation

Markforged announced the acquisition of Teton Simulation Software, whose SmartSlice™ technology automates validation and optimizes part performance for additive manufacturing applications.
External Company Press Release
3D Systems Revolutionizes Production with Introduction of SLA 750

3D Systems Revolutionizes Production with Introduction of SLA 750

3D Systems announced the SLA 750 stereolithography additive manufacturing solution. Designed to address large format or high volume production applications, the solution comprises the SLA 750 and SLA 750 Dual - the first synchronous, dual-laser stereolithography printer - as well as the company's new Accura AMX Durable Natural material and the PostCure 1050 post-processing system.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 5, 2022
The Future of 5G+ Infrastructure Built Tile by Tile

The Future of 5G+ Infrastructure Built Tile by Tile

Researchers have developed a novel and flexible additively manufactured tile-based approach to construct on-demand, massively scalable arrays of 5G+ (5G/Beyond 5G)‐enabled smart skins with the potential to enable intelligence on nearly any surface or object.
External Company Press Release
3D Prints so Real You'll Have to Look Twice

3D Prints so Real You'll Have to Look Twice

Stratasys today introduced three new color resin materials for the Stratasys J7 and J8 Series of PolyJet 3D printers. The three new materials - Agilus30 Cyan, Agilus30 Magenta and Agilus30 Yellow - allow users to achieve a level of design realism beyond what was previously possible.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 27, 2022
Evaluating the Sustainability of 3D Electronics

Evaluating the Sustainability of 3D Electronics

As electronics being increasingly ubiquitous, there is a clear trend toward greater integration. Rather than simply making space for a rigid 2D circuit board (PCB) within the product, electronic functionality will be either mounted conformally onto surfaces or incorporated within the structural materials.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 26, 2022
New Miniature Heart Could Help Speed Heart Disease Cures

New Miniature Heart Could Help Speed Heart Disease Cures

An interdisciplinary team of engineers, biologists, and geneticists has developed a new way of studying the heart: they've built a miniature replica of a heart chamber from a combination of nanoengineered parts and human heart tissue. There are no springs or external power sources—like the real thing, it just beats by itself, driven by the live heart tissue grown from stem cells.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 22, 2022
A New Kind of 3D Printing

A New Kind of 3D Printing

While 3D printing techniques have advanced significantly in the last decade, the technology continues to face a fundamental limitation: objects must be built up layer by layer. But what if they didn't have to be?
External Company Press Release
Siemens Accelerates Industrialization of Additive Manufacturing

Siemens Accelerates Industrialization of Additive Manufacturing

Siemens is announcing the opening of its new Charlotte Advanced Technology Collaboration Hub (CATCH) which will be located in Charlotte, NC. This new strategic research and development hub, spearheaded by Siemens Digital Industries, Siemens Technology and Siemens Energy, now a separately operated company, to focus on helping our customers accelerate their plans for the industrialization of additive manufacturing.
External Company Press Release
Velo3D Puts Manufacturing Capabilities to Work for Aerospace Company

Velo3D Puts Manufacturing Capabilities to Work for Aerospace Company

Velo3D Inc announced Lockheed Martin is using Velo3D's end-to-end additive manufacturing solution for its Additive Design & Manufacturing Center, which pilots new additive manufacturing technologies for production deployments in Lockheed Martin's Space division.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 12, 2022
Army Barracks: Largest 3D Printed Structures in the Western Hemisphere

Army Barracks: Largest 3D Printed Structures in the Western Hemisphere

At more than 5,700 square feet each, these barracks will each be the largest 3D-printed structures in the Western Hemisphere. They will also be the first 3D-printed structures that comply with the DoD's newly-released Unified Facilities Criteria for additive concrete construction, which provides guidance for DoD construction.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 11, 2022
Smarter 3D Printing Makes Better Parts Faster

Smarter 3D Printing Makes Better Parts Faster

3D printers may soon get better at producing intricate metal and plastic parts, thanks to new software developed at the University of Michigan that reduces harmful heat buildup in laser powder bed fusion printers.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 7, 2022
Join the Upcoming Webinar on Carbon Nanotubes

Join the Upcoming Webinar on Carbon Nanotubes

Thursday 21 April 2022 - Entering the Next Stage in Their Commercial Journey. This webinar will give a comprehensive overview of the carbon nanotube industry including: 10-year market outlook for CNTs; deep dive into the energy storage market; assessment of other key applications; and more.
External Company Press Release
3D Systems Revolutionizes Production with Introduction of SLA 750

3D Systems Revolutionizes Production with Introduction of SLA 750

3D Systems announced the SLA 750 stereolithography additive manufacturing solution. Designed to address large format or high volume production applications, the solution comprises the SLA 750 and SLA 750 Dual - the first synchronous, dual-laser stereolithography printer - as well as the company's new Accura AMX Durable Natural material and the PostCure 1050 post-processing system.
External Company Press Release
Morf3D: National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation

Morf3D: National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation

Morf3D Inc has received National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap) certification. Morf3D is now one of 10 companies across the globe with this highly coveted certification for additive manufacturing.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 26, 2022
Launcher's 3D-Printed E-2 Rocket Engine Achieves Full Thrust

Launcher's 3D-Printed E-2 Rocket Engine Achieves Full Thrust

Launcher's E-2 liquid rocket engine successfully demonstrated nominal thrust, pressure and oxidizer/fuel mixture ratio for the first time in a test fire at NASA Stennis Space Center. E-2 is a closed cycle 3D-printed, high-performance liquid rocket engine in development for the Launcher Light launch vehicle (inaugural launch scheduled for 2024). A single E-2 engine will boost Launcher Light to low Earth orbit with 150 kg of payload.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 25, 2022
Innovative 3D Printing Technology for Glass Microstructures

Innovative 3D Printing Technology for Glass Microstructures

Researchers have developed a new way to 3D-print glass microstructures that is faster and produces objects with higher optical quality, design flexibility and strength, according to a new study.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 20, 2022
Want to 3D Print a Kidney? Start by Thinking Small

Want to 3D Print a Kidney? Start by Thinking Small

Human organ transplants offer a crucial lifeline to people with serious illnesses, but there are too few organs to go around: in the U.S. alone, there are more than 112,000 people currently waiting for transplants. The promise of 3D printing organs is one possible solution to address this shortage but has been fraught with complexity and technical barriers, limiting the type of organs that can be printed.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 19, 2022
How to Print a Robot From Scratch: New 3D Printing Approach

How to Print a Robot From Scratch: New 3D Printing Approach

Imagine a future in which you could 3D-print an entire robot or stretchy, electronic medical device with the press of a button—no tedious hours spent assembling parts by hand.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 14, 2022
Bioprinting for Bone Repair Improved with Genes

Bioprinting for Bone Repair Improved with Genes

Given enough time and energy, the body will heal, but when doctors or engineers intervene, the processes do not always proceed as planned because chemicals that control and facilitate the healing process are missing. Now, an international team of engineers is bioprinting bone along with two growth factor encoding genes that help incorporate the cells and heal defects in the skulls of rats.
External Company Press Release
Morf3D Partners with Siemens to Create Additive Manufacturing Facility

Morf3D Partners with Siemens to Create Additive Manufacturing Facility

Morf3D Inc announced its partnership with Siemens Advanta. The two entities have committed to an ongoing technology development partnership as Morf3D continues to build its new Applied Digital Manufacturing Center in Long Beach, California.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 8, 2022
3D Printed Fingertip Feels Like Human Skin

3D Printed Fingertip Feels Like Human Skin

Machines can beat the world's best chess player, but they cannot handle a chess piece as well as an infant. This lack of robot dexterity is partly because artificial grippers lack the fine tactile sense of the human fingertip, which is used to guide our hands as we pick up and handle objects.
External Company Press Release
Markforged Expands Software with Acquisition of Teton Simulation

Markforged Expands Software with Acquisition of Teton Simulation

Markforged announced the acquisition of Teton Simulation Software, whose SmartSlice™ technology automates validation and optimizes part performance for additive manufacturing applications.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 5, 2022
The Future of 5G+ Infrastructure Built Tile by Tile

The Future of 5G+ Infrastructure Built Tile by Tile

Researchers have developed a novel and flexible additively manufactured tile-based approach to construct on-demand, massively scalable arrays of 5G+ (5G/Beyond 5G)‐enabled smart skins with the potential to enable intelligence on nearly any surface or object.
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