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Fight against Covid-19: Nico Rosberg raffles off his 2018 Energica EGO with many parts manufactured by CRP Technology via LS process
Formula 1 World Champion and sustainability entrepreneur Nico Rosberg is giving away his 2018 Energica EGO electric supersport motorcycle to raise money for charities helping people in need by Covid-...
3DPRINTUK expands material & post processing capabilities
To date, 3DPRINTUK’s 3D printing services have been dedicated to the selective laser sintering (SLS) process, specifically with the PA2200 (nylon) material. Nick Allen, 3DPRINTUK’s CEO and founder ...
e-Xstream engineering unlocks 3D printing innovation by integrating Senvol Database into product R&D
e-Xstream engineering, part of Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division, has added the Senvol Database, a comprehensive database of additive manufacturing materials and machines, to its 10X ...
The fall and rise of Metal Additive Manufacturing
There is little doubt that additive manufacturing will become a key enabling technology across a wide range of sectors. Over the past few years revenues have grown, notable new entrants have emerged, ...
BAE Systems installs fourth Stratasys F900 3D printer to support factory of the future initiative
British defence, security, and aerospace giant BAE Systems has added a fourth Stratasys F900 3D Printer to its manufacturing site in Samlesbury, UK, in a continued effort to reduce costs and improve ...
Student develops 3D printed headset to improve the recovery of spinal-cord injury patients
Nextreme chiller platform cools 3D printing systems to ensure high-quality printed parts
A Biomedical Engineering PhD student at the University of Glasgow has teamed up with HP and Autodesk to produce a 3D-printed electroencephalography (EEG) headset to improve the recovery of spinal-...
The Nextreme Recirculating Chiller Platform from Laird Thermal Systems offers reliable and precise temperature control of 3D printing systems used in additive manufacturing applications in a wide ...
Mitigating the risks of Additive Manufacturing
As has been seen during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are huge opportunities for 3D printing/additive manufacturing. But, while digital supply chains are needed, these can come with risks. Software-as-...
RS Components rallies its DesignSpark engineering community to produce 3D-printed visors to help protect COVID-19 health workers
RS Components (RS) has embarked on a partnership with the National 3D Printing Society (N3DPS) in the UK to enable frontline health workers to quickly access vital personal protection equipment (PPE) ...
MakerBot LABS Extruder transforms METHOD 3D printer into an Open Materials Platform
MakerBot has announced the availability of the MakerBot LABS Experimental Extruder for METHOD. The new extruder turns METHOD into an open materials platform, enabling users to print with a wide ...
University of Manchester is 3D printing safety equipment for front-line NHS workers
The University of Manchester is repurposing specialised equipment across its campus to help produce safety equipment for NHS workers battling COVID-19 in an attempt to help reduce the critical demand ...
BIOprinter: the ‘ultimate bio research instrument’
FELIXprinters has launched the BIOprinter, which it explains is designed to be the ultimate bio research instrument. According to the company, the global 3D bioprinting market – currently valued at ...
Coalition to produce face shields leveraging 3D printers now numbers more than 150
A coalition of companies and universities assembled by Stratasys to produce face shields leveraging 3D printers now numbers more than 150. The list includes such companies as Boeing, Toyota Motor ...
A complete AM solution for medical device manufacturers
Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) – also known as metal AM or 3D metal printing – is becoming a driving force in the production of many of today’s medical devices. In fact, orthopaedic implants with ...
Renishaw loans 3D printers to 30 schools for a second year
MTC invests in additive manufacturing to boost production
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