Charles R. Goulding examines a major investment into Japanese companies and the impact it may have on their 3D printing activities.
Additive manufacturing company Optomec was awarded a $1 million contract by the U.S. Air Force to repair engine turbine parts.
There is news about what appears to be a new player in the metal 3D printing powder market: ALTANA.
Nexa3D made multiple announcements this week, each strengthening their position in the market.
A post on Wohlers Talk indicates that Scott Crump, founder of Stratasys and inventor of FDM 3D printing, has stepped away from day-to-day activities at the company.
Software company nTopology has announced a hefty Series C funding round set to accelerate its offerings of engineering design tools for advanced manufacturing.
Sintavia and Siemens have announced a three-year agreement to collaborate on end-to-end additive manufacturing software targeting digital automation.
Additive Industries announced a partnership with Sigma Labs to allow use of PrintRite3D on their equipment.
We received notice that UK-based Photocentric has launched a battery research division.
I’ve noticed that Formlabs continues to grow their reseller program to market their 3D printing products.
Xometry has announced a massive new equity funding round, bringing in another $75 million.
3D printing funding is looking down in the mouth today as LightForce Orthodontics announces a $14 million Series B round.