3D Printing The Next Five Years by Amy Davey of North Bristol NHS Trust and Renishaw

3D Printing The Next Five Years by Amy Davey of North Bristol NHS Trust and Renishaw

This is a guest post in our series looking at the future of 3D Printing. To celebrate 5 years of reporting on the 3D printing industry, we’ve invited industry leaders and 3D printing experts to give us their perspective on the next 5 years of 3D printing. Amy Davey is a member of the Reconstructive […]

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US Navy orders its first powder-bed metal 3D printer from Concept Laser after GE acquisition

US Navy orders its first powder-bed metal 3D printer from Concept Laser after GE acquisition

The US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Washington D.C. is now equipped with an M2 Cusing machine and supporting systems from German additive manufacturing company Concept Laser. John Murray, President and CEO of Concept Laser, says, There are so many advantages of 3D metal printing that our defense strategy could benefit from, including reduced lead […]

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Made In Space celebrates a stellar year of 3D printing on the International Space Station

Made In Space celebrates a stellar year of 3D printing on the International Space Station

Made In Space, U.S. manufacturers of the world’s first microgravity 3D printer, are celebrating a year of trailblazing firsts 3D printed on the International Space Station (ISS). As of April 2017, the company’s Additive Manufacturing Facility (AMF) has produced 39 objects including spare parts for NASA, and components for medical research. Ongoing research into 3D […]

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103 year old Delage Type-S Grand Prix car brought back to life with 3D scanning and printing

103 year old Delage Type-S Grand Prix car brought back to life with 3D scanning and printing

The last-surviving 1914 Delage Type-S has been resurrected with 3D printing. The 103 year-old car, currently in Australia, has laid dormant for three years since its engine block cracked in 2014. With no original drawings and no replacement parts, it seemed that the classic car may have had its day. Now, the engine is running […]

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Autodesk Now Offers Cloud Computing Services Plus Live Support

On June 18, 2012, the software company Autodesk announced its unveiling of Autodesk BIM 360. Autodesk BIM 360 is considered the next generation of Building Information Modeling, or “BIM.” Many believe this development is serving to reinforce Autodesk’s position of leadership in the construction, design and civil infrastructure industries. Between live support and a comprehensive […]

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3D printing ‘bigger than internet’

Its proponents say it’s the next disruptive technology with the potential to significantly change the landscape of a number of industries. Peter Marsh, talks to one such supporter – Abe Reichental, chief executive of US-based 3D Systems – to find out how 3D printing works and how big a game-changer it’s is likely to be. […]

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