Tatjana Popovic, M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, graduated from Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, department for Production Engineering, Belgrade University.
Researchers are using 3D printing to better understand the underground flow of fluids.
The NESSIE project is attempting to optimize large scale production of pharmaceuticals by using advanced technologies, focusing on 3D printed ceramics.
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What makes ceramics such a valuable 3D printing material? Here’s how it’s benefiting five essential industries.
I spoke with AREVO’s Tuan Tranpham to find out the secrets of AREVO’s advanced manufacturing service.
Next week Creality launches their latest desktop 3D printer, the CR-6 SE, on Kickstarter and the device includes some amazing new features we’ve never seen previously.
The US Air Force, in concert with scientists from Texas A&M University, developed a novel way of 3D printing the strongest type of steel.
Raise3D has opened up their RaiseCloud to third party devices, making it possible for anyone to build a 3D printer farm.
One company that’s recently leveraged the ability of 3D printing to produce prototypes is Taiwan-based Shiruba, makers of the Power Aquarium line of water filters.
Charles R. Goulding dives into the book Samsung Rising.
Polygonica provides a powerful set of mesh processing tools that can be embedded in any other software. We spoke to a representative to find out who uses this software.
LumiLor is an electroluminescent paint that emits light via an electric current, just the thing for amazing 3D prints.
A new small-footprint full-color 3D printer has emerged from Stratasys.
In the last few months, Desktop Metal has introduced its Shop System and Fiber setup; we caught up to discuss progress and updates.
We had a chat with Debra Wilcox of The 3D Printing Store to find out her thoughts on 3D printing sales, operations during the crisis and the future of 3D printing in manufacturing.
MakerBot announced the availability of two new materials for their METHOD X platform, including PC-ABS and a fire-resistant version.
Kimberly Arcand is one of the world’s preeminent experts in astronomy visualization and has been a pioneer in 3D printing and virtual reality applications in this field.
A new post-processing option is adding vibrant color capabilities to 3D printed parts made with HP’s MJF technology.
VELO3D just received a huge US$28M investment round. What will they do with all that cash? We have some ideas.
3Diligent has announced updates to its Industry 4.0 software and services; the CEO fills us in on what these mean for procurement and manufacturing shops.
Autodesk is offering use of their powerful CAD tool, Fusion 360, at no charge for a limited time to help emergency COVID-19 efforts.
This week’s selection is “Design for Additive Manufacturing” by Martin Leary, who explains the economics of 3D printing and how to apply them through CAD design.
Haute Fabrication has a very interesting take on automating metal 3D printing using robotics and virtual reality.
SLM Solutions is only looking ahead with internal restructuring and an upcoming metal 3D printing machine release.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine drug compounding with 3D printing technology.
Researchers have found a way to predict the effectiveness of 3D printing martensitic steel.
This week’s selection is the OpenScan DIY 3D Scanner.
The 3DFORT is an ultra-low-cost desktop 3D printer on Kickstarter. We have some thoughts on this development.
Researchers have found a way to produce 3D media for bacterial cultures using 3D printing that uses cellulose as the material.
Cosmonauts are attempting to 3D print bone tissue using a bioprinter on the space station.
Yesterday, Fabbaloo held our Rapid-Fire Interview Day, through which we spoke with three dozen 3D printing industry participants.
A software hack allows export of 3D data from Google Maps for use in other 3D modeling programs.
The Formon Core desktop 3D printer includes one of the most unusual motion systems I’ve yet seen.
A former Microsoft executive leveraged his connections to achieve certification for a 3D printable respirator mask that makers can download and manufacture on their 3D printers.
This week’s question is about how to learn 3D printing from the beginning.
Did you know we accept stories from readers? Anyone with a good idea that meets our guidelines is welcome to submit a story proposal on a 3D print topic to Fabbaloo.
From providing new methods for conducting healthcare appointments to improving diagnostics, 3D technologies promise improved quality of life for patients with a vast array of health needs.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look to 3D printing for innovation in tough times.
New software allows machines to be controlled through an augmented reality (AR) interface. Could this control 3D printers as well?
Charles R. Goulding looks to a future of touchless doors, helped along with 3D printing.
Sonda SYS has made arrangements to open up sales of their line of 3D printers in North America, gaining a new audience for their unusual SL02 dual-size machine.
SLS 3D printing can be a messy endeavor.
Dassault Systèmes introduced a new workflow to optimize generative design that is 10x faster than previous methods.
Rachel is a polymer scientist with five years of work experience formulating resins for stereolithographic 3D printing.
SelfCAD offers a simple-to-use web-based 3D modeling service that is suitable for almost everyone.
We’ve been discussing a lot about virtual 3D printing events lately, as current global circumstance is keeping us physically separated.
3D printed parts have been found inside a brand-new Tesla Model Y, and there’s a very good reason for them to be there.
Nexa3D has announced a materials partnership with Henkel.
QIF is the Quality Information Framework, and additive manufacturing will see a lot more of it in the future.
The fate of major 3D printing conferences in 2020 is unclear with the ongoing virus outbreak. We have thoughts on what it could mean.
ExOne’s X1 160PRO metal 3D printer will be used for research and development by institutions.
This week’s selection is the “Raspberry Pi Cookbook: Software and Hardware Problems and Solutions 3rd Edition” by Simon Monk.
Hong Kong-based Peopoly has just expanded its Phenom 3D printer line.
Fabbaloo’s Rapid-Fire Interview Day is coming up this Thursday, 23 April!
Mosaic Manufacturing has partnered with LulzBot to permit use of the Palette multi-color filament splicer on selected 3D printers.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi dig into the metrics of return on investment from trade shows.
MakerOS has quickly created an effective cloud-based system to handle dynamic orders for 3D printed PPE.
This week’s selection is the Artemis Top by designer Stéphanie Santos.
Researchers at Cambridge and UCSD have developed a sophisticated method of 3D printing living coral reefs.
Charles R. Goulding looks into the use of 3D printing to make public bathroom spaces “touchless.”
Anisoprint and one of their clients have developed a very unusual method of making self-sensing construction parts using 3D printed continuous carbon fiber.
Fabbaloo will be hosting a day of virtual interviews to touch base directly with 3D printing companies and catch up on their latest.
A company offers a wide variety of sinterable metal 3D printer filaments, far more than I had imagined.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi dive into deep cleaning and the place of 3D printing therein.
PTC has revealed details of the latest Creo release, Creo 7.0, available on April 14.
Yes, we’ll primarily remember 2020 as the Year of Pandemic, but it’s quickly taking on another face: the Year of the 3D Printing Webinar.
I’ve bumped into a very interesting technique that could save an enormous amount of support material and 3D printing time.
Charles Goulding examines the redistribution of aerospace suppliers to submarines, and how they can benefit from industrial 3D printing expertise.
A new cloud-based virtual desktop service could provide a platform to perform high performance 3D work.
One of the benefits of 3D printing that’s kept the technology in the front lines against COVID-19 has been its speed — and now we need to look at SPEE3D too.
A conversation in industrial 3D printing proved revealing as to the place of this advanced manufacturing technology in crisis and beyond.
Potential benefits from this crisis are far and few between. It will be nice if creativity supported by 3D printing is one of them.
In a story that’s been unfolding for quite a few years, nearly half the states in the US have petitioned the US federal government to remove 3D printable weapon models.
Cad Crowd’s COVID-19 design contest has revealed many interesting 3D printable designs.
Dr. Michaella Janse van Vuuren has excelled in multiple disciplines from her PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cape Town in Computer vision and post doctorate in medical implant design at the Central University of Technology to being an internationally renowned 3D print designer, artist and an innovator in education.
VELO3D announced a new, much taller Sapphire metal 3D printer that enables 3D printing metal parts for automotive, aerospace and oil & gas.
ANSI has released several official standards related to the production of emergency medical equipment to address the COVID-19 process, which may apply to 3D printed components.
Charles Goulding of R&D Tax Savers takes a look at pandemic production.
This week’s selection is “Integrating 3D Modeling, Photogrammetry and Design” by David Halbstein.
Could 3D printing strategies overcome supply chain challenges? It seems that one company has done exactly that.
A 3D printing company best known for its metal additive manufacturing has turned to a plastic solution to help produce much-needed PPE solutions.
Charles Goulding of R&D Tax Savers examines 3D printing business possibilities in the face of economic uncertainty.
A new design for an open source ventilator that can be partially 3D printed has surfaced, but there are many cautions required before building it.
This week’s selection is the Strawberry Planter by Joel Telling.
Josef Prusa dropped some big hints about their upcoming 3D printer farm software and we speculate on what’s to come next.
Charles Goulding of R&D Tax Savers examines driverless car market opportunities for 3D printing.
Shapeways has two unique advantages that allow them to provide PPE to healthcare professionals, and they are not what you think they are.
Scaling up production to help in the fight against pandemic poses certain challenges — that are increasingly possible to overcome.
A group in Huntsville, Alabama has developed a sophisticated system for collecting, cleaning and distributing emergency medical equipment 3D printed by individual supporters.
Charles Goulding of R&D Tax Savers examines ventilator manufacture picking up with 3D printing.
Hyperganic 3D printed a rocket engine prototype that was designed using an Excel spreadsheet and a novel algorithm.
One of the key techniques that should be used by 3D printer operators is the “Temperature Tower”. We explain how to use them.
With so many 3D printing efforts arising to fight the pandemic, it takes a lot for a new solution to stand out. This is that story.