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3D Printing Progress
Apr 13, 2021
US Army Aims to Build World's Largest Metal 3D Printer for Vehicles

US Army Aims to Build World's Largest Metal 3D Printer for Vehicles

ASTRO America has been selected to manage a new US Army initiative to develop and deliver a hull-scale tool using metal additive manufacturing technology. Known as the 'Jointless Hull Project' the effort aims to provide improved production speeds, reduced production costs, reduced vehicle weight, greater vehicle performance and increased survivability.
Press Release
Carbon Strategic Partnerships to Accelerate European Expansion

Carbon Strategic Partnerships to Accelerate European Expansion

Carbon is expanding its European presence through strategic sales partnerships with Selltek by Dedem and Solid Print3D. Selltek, a leading Italian 3D printing dealer, will be Carbon's first sales partner in Italy. Solid Print3D, a UK-based 3D printing expert and dealer, will become Carbon's first UK sales partner. These European partnerships will help Carbon accelerate its growth in Europe.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 12, 2021
Glass Injection Moulding

Glass Injection Moulding

Injection molding is the most important process in the plastics industry and enables the fast and cost-effective production of components in so-called high-throughput in almost any shape and size. Transparent glass could not be molded in this process until now.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 9, 2021
How a Moving Platform for 3D Printing Can Cut Waste and Costs

How a Moving Platform for 3D Printing Can Cut Waste and Costs

For the first time, researchers have created a low-cost reusable support method to reduce the need for 3D printers to print wasteful supports, vastly improving cost-effectiveness and sustainability for 3D printing.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: LOPEC 2021

Event Summary: LOPEC 2021

On 22 - 24th of March 2021 IDTechEx attended (virtually) the LOPEC conference, organised by the European Organic Electronics Association (OEA). This premium article reviews a selection of the most interesting and/or commercially relevant talks.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 8, 2021
Saab Tests 3D Printing for Battlefield Damage Repair

Saab Tests 3D Printing for Battlefield Damage Repair

Saab has successfully conducted the trial which marked the first time an exterior 3D printed part has been flown on a Gripen, rather than internal 3D printed components. The purpose of the trial was to test how additive manufacturing could be used in battlefield damage repair.
Press Release
Introducing the Masking Module

Introducing the Masking Module

The new Masking Fixture Module of the FDM Fixture Generator turns complex part surfaces into protective plugs, masks, and enclosures.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 6, 2021
IDTechEx TVUltrashort Peptides to a Long Way for Tissue Engineering

Ultrashort Peptides to a Long Way for Tissue Engineering

A printable hydrogel made of ultrashort peptides could help shape cells into viable tissues.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 5, 2021
Improved 3D Printing for Lightweight Components for Soldiers

Improved 3D Printing for Lightweight Components for Soldiers

Army researchers collaborated with academic partners to improve additive manufacturing. This partnership may help deliver extreme lightweight components to future soldiers.
3D Printing Progress
Mar 30, 2021
3D Printed Porous Carbon Aerogels for Space Exploration

3D Printed Porous Carbon Aerogels for Space Exploration

Exploration of extremely cold environments, from Earth's polar regions to the moon and Mars, requires technology that can rapidly store and deliver electricity at ultralow temperatures. NASA's Perseverance rover, for example, needs heaters to keep the rover's battery system from freezing in Martian temperatures averaging about -81 F (-62 C).
3D Printing Progress
Apr 13, 2021
US Army Aims to Build World's Largest Metal 3D Printer for Vehicles

US Army Aims to Build World's Largest Metal 3D Printer for Vehicles

ASTRO America has been selected to manage a new US Army initiative to develop and deliver a hull-scale tool using metal additive manufacturing technology. Known as the 'Jointless Hull Project' the effort aims to provide improved production speeds, reduced production costs, reduced vehicle weight, greater vehicle performance and increased survivability.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 12, 2021
Glass Injection Moulding

Glass Injection Moulding

Injection molding is the most important process in the plastics industry and enables the fast and cost-effective production of components in so-called high-throughput in almost any shape and size. Transparent glass could not be molded in this process until now.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: LOPEC 2021

Event Summary: LOPEC 2021

On 22 - 24th of March 2021 IDTechEx attended (virtually) the LOPEC conference, organised by the European Organic Electronics Association (OEA). This premium article reviews a selection of the most interesting and/or commercially relevant talks.
Press Release
Introducing the Masking Module

Introducing the Masking Module

The new Masking Fixture Module of the FDM Fixture Generator turns complex part surfaces into protective plugs, masks, and enclosures.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 5, 2021
Improved 3D Printing for Lightweight Components for Soldiers

Improved 3D Printing for Lightweight Components for Soldiers

Army researchers collaborated with academic partners to improve additive manufacturing. This partnership may help deliver extreme lightweight components to future soldiers.
Press Release
Carbon Strategic Partnerships to Accelerate European Expansion

Carbon Strategic Partnerships to Accelerate European Expansion

Carbon is expanding its European presence through strategic sales partnerships with Selltek by Dedem and Solid Print3D. Selltek, a leading Italian 3D printing dealer, will be Carbon's first sales partner in Italy. Solid Print3D, a UK-based 3D printing expert and dealer, will become Carbon's first UK sales partner. These European partnerships will help Carbon accelerate its growth in Europe.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 9, 2021
How a Moving Platform for 3D Printing Can Cut Waste and Costs

How a Moving Platform for 3D Printing Can Cut Waste and Costs

For the first time, researchers have created a low-cost reusable support method to reduce the need for 3D printers to print wasteful supports, vastly improving cost-effectiveness and sustainability for 3D printing.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 8, 2021
Saab Tests 3D Printing for Battlefield Damage Repair

Saab Tests 3D Printing for Battlefield Damage Repair

Saab has successfully conducted the trial which marked the first time an exterior 3D printed part has been flown on a Gripen, rather than internal 3D printed components. The purpose of the trial was to test how additive manufacturing could be used in battlefield damage repair.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 6, 2021
IDTechEx TVUltrashort Peptides to a Long Way for Tissue Engineering

Ultrashort Peptides to a Long Way for Tissue Engineering

A printable hydrogel made of ultrashort peptides could help shape cells into viable tissues.
3D Printing Progress
Mar 30, 2021
3D Printed Porous Carbon Aerogels for Space Exploration

3D Printed Porous Carbon Aerogels for Space Exploration

Exploration of extremely cold environments, from Earth's polar regions to the moon and Mars, requires technology that can rapidly store and deliver electricity at ultralow temperatures. NASA's Perseverance rover, for example, needs heaters to keep the rover's battery system from freezing in Martian temperatures averaging about -81 F (-62 C).