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voxeljet Client Enables Digital Inventory Approach
voxeljet announced the first beta client for their VX1000 HSS system.
Satellite 3D Printing For Digital Inventory
The idea of satellite 3D printing might be new to you.
Azoth’s Unique Digital Inventory Approach Using XYZprinting’s SLS System
XYZprinting’s MfgPro230 xS SLS 3D printer is enabling a company to provide an unusual digital inventory service.
Digital Inventory Comes To The High Seas
The vision of a digital inventory with on-demand 3D printing is becoming a reality, with several companies entering an early adopter program.
Stratasys Digital Inventory For Rail Gets Serious
Stratasys’ experiments in digital inventory solutions for the rail industry just got very real.
What Is Digital Inventory And How Does It Work?
Digital Inventory is a new approach to manufacturing and few know how it works. We spoke with Dominik Lindenberger of 3YOURMIND to find out more.
Stratasys’ Digital Inventory Strategy Is Hard, But They’re Making Progress
Stratasys is working on a fascinating transition to a digital inventory provider. See their experiments with rail car suppliers to understand how it works.
Stratasys’ Digital Inventory Strategy Is Working
Rail companies are using 3D printed parts, suggesting a new strategy by Stratasys is working.
LEO Lane CEO Discusses Quantity and Quality Control for Digital Inventory
Digital inventory is rapidly enabling more agile solutions for the global supply chain; at the same time, it creates additional concerns.
What is LEO Lane and How Does It Allow Digital Inventory?
I’m looking at an ancillary additive manufacturing service that secures intellectual property.
Digital Inventory Enabled By 3D Printing Takes Hold
I’ve written on the concept of digital inventory previously, but now a company is doing so directly.
Enhance Quality Control and Inventory Management with Replique’s RSure
Replique doesn’t make 3D printers, but they do make software that helps use them in a much more sophisticated manner.
Authentise Announces “Digital Design Warehouse”
Authentise announced a major new feature for their AM management platform: the Digital Design Warehouse.
CASTOR’s Latest Software Refines 3D Printable Inventory Identification
California-based CASTOR announced a new version of their additive inventory software that includes several notable features.
WAZP And The Power Of The Digital Supply Chain
I had the opportunity to get to know WAZP and the big 3D printing and digitization ideas arising from this small Irish company.
HP 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing Expands Offerings In No Small Measure
HP 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing is introducing a new material along with several other 3D printing announcements today.
Space-Based Manufacturing Project Hints at Digital Manufacturing Constraints
Some thoughts about in-space manufacturing suggest a slightly different view of what digital inventory projects could or could not achieve on the ground.
Authentise App Further Digitizes Digital Manufacturing
Authentise has announced a new app to extend the digital thread in additive manufacturing.
Fast Radius Introduces Virtual Inventory for 21st-Century Manufacturing
The industrial revolution paved the way for massive technological progress, but left in its wake an innumerable list of problems that run the gamut from ecological to social woes.
What’s In The PARTBOX?
A new company has developed a 3D print system entirely around the concept of digital inventory.
Electrolux Purchases Unified Brands and 3D Printing
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the possibility of using digital inventory after an acquisition.
Polaris Part Challenges And 3D Printing
Charles R. Goulding and Ryan Donley consider the use of digital inventory in automotive manufacture as industrial 3D printing picks up steam.
On-Demand Spare Parts With Replique
Replique is a comprehensive, end-to-end digital inventory solution.
Stratasys To Collaborate With Jay Leno
Jay Leno partners with Stratasys to enable a digital inventory and 3D printing approach to maintain his vast collection of vintage automobiles.
Are Your Parts ADfAM?
What kind of parts are in your digital inventory? Are they ADfAM? We propose a new class of 3D printable parts.
DiManEx Provides On-Demand 3D Printed Spare Parts
Do you know what Digital Inventory is? Companies like DiManEx can provide a virtual warehouse of spare parts produced on demand without need for physical storage.
Whirlwind Growth in 3D Printing Replacement Home Appliance Parts
Digital inventory and on-demand manufacturing are changing the shape of the supply chain.
3D Printing for Maritime and O&G Spare Parts
Additive manufacturing and digital inventory solutions are impacting oil and gas, and maritime operations with a new joint industry project (JIP).
Indian Railways Leverage 3D Printing for Luxury Train Coaches
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi review recent developments in usage of 3D printing by Indian railways.
Sustainable Manufacturing of the Future: Reports from Dansk AM Hub and Kimya
Two reports on sustainability were issued this week by additive manufacturing organizations.
Sculpteo Released Their 2022 Annual Survey Results
Sculpteo released their fascinating annual survey of 3D printing last week.
SPEE3D Announces “XSPEE3D”
SPEE3D announced a new mobile metal additive manufacturing platform, XSPEE3D.
The US Railway Labor Deal and 3D Printing
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the increasing use of 3D printing in transportation industries.
CASTOR Can Now Analyze 3D Printing of 2D Designs
CASTOR announced an amazing new capability: analysis of 2D designs.
Equipment Refurbishing Savings and 3D Printing
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the concept of refurbished items and how 3D printing could help move it forward.
Artec 3D Releases Artec Studio 17
Artec 3D released the latest version of their scanning software, Artec Studio 17.
SPEE3D Looking At Marine 3D Print Applications
I spoke with SPEE3D’s CEO Byron Kennedy to learn more about the company’s intentions.
Who’s The Biggest In 3D Printing, May 22, 2022
Once again we take a look at the valuations of the major 3D printing companies over the past week.
Replique’s New Network Optimizes Materials For Clients
Replique announced a new partner network for authorized materials that is a bit different.
The Transition From Injection Molding To 3D Printing Is Underway
There’s always been a divide between the world of part production and the world of prototyping, but in recent times the gap between them is closing.
Why is Amazon Hiring AM Staff?
A quiet post on LinkedIn seems to suggest Amazon is planning some activity in additive manufacturing.
CASTOR Partners With Ultimaker To Unleash The Parts
CASTOR and Ultimaker announced an agreement to integrate CASTOR’S screening software into Ultimaker Cura.
Can The Military Really Use 3D Printing?
I’ve been wondering about the actual logistics of using 3D printing in military settings, and its a bit more gray than black and white.
What is High Area Rapid Printing (HARP) Technology?
Find out why High Area Rapid Printing is worth the hype. It just might revolutionize the way goods and products are created.
CASTOR Releases Unusual Trends Report
CASTOR released their 2021 annual Additive Manufacturing Trends Report, and it’s quite a bit different than you might think.
An Update From Roboze
I spoke with Roboze CEO Alessio Lorusso recently and found out the current state of the Italian manufacturer of high-temperature 3D printers.
MakerGear’s New Micro Kit for Kids
MakerGear announced a very different kind of 3D printer for students, the Micro 3D Printer Kit.
MX3D 3D Prints a Very Special Part
MX3D produced a large metal part that opens a path for a very intriguing future.
Shapeways Releases “Otto” for Manufacturers
Shapeways released a new software-as-a-service called “Otto” that should make life a lot easier for some manufacturers.
Markforged Releases Eiger Fleet for Additive Manufacturing
Markforged is rolling out a cloud-based software platform.
Singapore as Asia’s 3D Printing Capital
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the growth of 3D printing in Singapore.
3D Print Companies Leveraging Social Media In New Ways
Three 3D print companies are using social media in different ways to reach their audience.
The Stratasys Navy Deal Is Bigger Than It Appears
Stratasys announced a massive US$20M contract to deliver 3D printers to the US Navy.
3YOURMIND’s Carbon Arrangement
I spoke with 3YOURMIND CEO Alexsander Ciszek to learn more about their interesting arrangement with Carbon.
Miele and Replique Partner to Provide On-Demand 3D Printing
Additive manufacturing start-up, Replique, recently announced that it is partnering with German home appliance manufacturer Miele.
US Navy All-In On Distributed Manufacturing?
An announcement from 3YOURMIND suggests the US Navy has a very comprehensive plan for a 3D printed future.
Mothballed Plane Parts vs 3D Printed Replacement Parts
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider the use of new 3D printed parts versus those from OEM inventory as airplanes again require more spare parts.
3YOURMIND Raises US$12.4M
3YOURMIND announced they’ve received a massive investment of US$12.4M.
3D Printed Supply Chains Of The Future
I’m reading a fascinating piece on how supply chains are evolving towards a new world of 3D printing.
Stratasys To 3D Print More Airbus Cabin Components
A new contract extension will see more 3D printed parts inside more Airbus cabins.
SLS 3D Printing Helps IndyCar Brakes Keep Their Cool And Race To Victory
When it comes to racing, most of the focus is on speed — but work with SLS 3D printing is also helping critical braking components keep their cool for a winning IndyCar team.
Two Industrial Giants Announce 3D Printing Partnership
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine a new 3D printing partnership between Würth and Baker Hughes.
3D Printing Pumps
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata take a look at the use of 3D printing for pump prototyping, manufacture, and replacement inventory.
SLS 3D Printing For Robotic End-Of-Arm Applications
When improving a 3D printed part, sometimes a different 3D printing technology is the best route as contract manufacturer HARBEC recently found.
Xaar Announcement Hints At Future Stratasys Involvement
An announcement by Xaar leads to some interesting speculation about Stratasys’ future strategy, which could be a different style of involvement with additive manufacturing.
Sculpteo Releases 6th Annual State Of 3D Printing
3D print service Sculpteo today released the results of their latest comprehensive annual survey of 3D printing use worldwide, and there’s several important findings.
How Do We Forecast 3D Printer Sales Now?
Times and markets are uncertain; how do we gauge 3D printer sales forecasting in 2020?
16 Notable Happenings In 3D Printing During 2019
More things happened in 3D printing in 2019 than in any previous year, but what were the most important events? We made a list of sixteen.
The Secret To A Successful Manufacturing Network
DiManEx has developed a comprehensive service providing an end-to-end approach to 3D printing and other manufacturing services.
Aerospace 3D Printing Today And Tomorrow
When it comes to 3D printing in the aerospace industry, where are we now, in 2019? And where are we going?
3YOURMIND Receives €1.3M Investment For Machine Learning – But For What?
What is 3YOURMIND doing with €1.3M Investment? They say they will increase machine learning in their services, but for what? We have some speculation.
Good News: 3D Print Technology In The Clear After SpaceX Incident
Is 3D print technology to blame for the SpaceX anomaly? It turns out no, and that portends a bright future for metal additive manufacturing in aerospace.
NASA Funds Made In Space with US$73M For Orbital 3D Printing
Could gigantic habitats be built in space? Made In Space’s Archinaut 3D printer is to demonstrate how to 3D print metal structures in orbit very soon.
Proactive 3D Scanning of Motorcycle Parts For Future Repairs
Looking for a way to ensure you can always 3D print unusual motorcycle parts? We explain 3D scanning using CT technology that can be done in advance.
Applying 3D Printing Technology to Kitchen Appliances
Ian Brown and Tyler Gianchetta of R&D Tax Savers examine use of 3D printing in kitchen appliance manufacture.
LEO Lane: Consistency And Security For The Full 3D Printing Workflow
3D printing is about more than printing; a chat with LEO Lane illuminates more in end-to-end workflow opportunity.
Stratasys Will Boom For Seven More Years
Stratasys today announced a key contract with Boom Supersonic.
Relativity Space Spends US$59M On Massive 3D Printer Farm
Relativity Space has signed a deal with NASA to develop a rocket-printing factory.
Fabrisonic To Space!
This week we found out Fabrisonic intends to develop a space-rated 3D printer.
Wabtec Welcomes Binder Jetting
GE Additive’s H2 binder jetting system has found another home with Wabtec.
3D Printing with Carbon Fiber: Tracing the Lifecycle Thread
3D-printing carbon fiber is now a mainstay of the additive manufacturing (AM) industry.
3D Printing in Automotive: Has The Time Come?
Daimler announced a fully automated metal 3D printing system, “NextGenAM”, and this points us to a very interesting future.
How 3D Printing Can Take On the Sustainability Challenges of Tomorrow
Earth Day presents a moment in time for reflection, to take a deeper look at how we are treating the planet and what sort of changes we want to make to better preserve our resources for future generations.
NASA Announces Finalists for 3D Printed Mars Habitat
NASA announced three finalists for their ongoing “3D-Printed Habitat Challenge”.
Essentium’s Survey Results
3D printer manufacturer Essentium just released the results of their recent survey on production 3D printing usage.
Wabtec and GE Deal Restructuring Should Further Support 3D Printing Rail Technology
Charles Goulding and Ryan Donley examine a deal between GE and Wabtec and its potential implications on 3D printing in the rail industry.
FedEx and the Future of Logistics
3D printing is part of the FedEx vision of the future in logistics. But how much of that vision is still TBA.
How To 3D Print A Rocket, No, For Real
A new video explains the secrets of 3D printing rocket engines.
Space Launch Firms Utilize 3D Printing for Stellar Results
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi of R&D Tax Savers discuss the use of 3D printing in space launches.
Cimon Is a 3D Printed Robot for Aiding Lonely Astronauts in Space
NASA’s International Space Station is currently exploring the benefits of A.I.
Aurora Labs and WorleyParsons’ 50/50 joint venture, AdditiveNow, emerges today.
UK Rail Industry Getting a Handle on Obsolescence
As 3D printing continues to come into play for on-demand and spare parts manufacture, a new collaboration targets the UK rail industry.
Authenticity, Traceability, and Supply Chain Integrity
Digital supply chains and digital manufacturing solutions are on the rise — and real success will depend on intellectual property management.
The Pace of Innovation
When is the right time to introduce an innovative solution?