MakerBot announced their new air filtration system has been awarded GREENGUARD certification by UL.
Formlabs announced a very unusual partnership that could lead to dramatically increased quality on all of their equipment.
MX3D produced a large metal part that opens a path for a very intriguing future.
Formlabs announced a series of dental 3D printing products, including one involving SLS.
DyeMansion announced a new food safe capability for their VaporFuse process, and several corporate advancements.
Researchers have successfully installed 3D printed parts into a nuclear reactor.
RIZE announced a key integration that could open up more sales of their full-color XRIZE device in the healthcare sector.
Formlabs announced a new material certification, and it’s more important than you might think.
This week, UK-based 3D LifePrints announced a new certification that further validates its patient-specific medical 3D printing focus.
DNV announced new service specifications for use of additive manufacturing in the energy sector.
Farsoon’s metal 3D printers have been used to produce an officially approved medical implant in China.
RIZE’s CEO offers some insights into 3D printing safety and a look ahead for 2021.
The RIZE 2XC 3D printer has obtained UL GREENGUARD certification, the fifth such certification for a RIZE product.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider future impacts of MedAccred certification as all eyes turn to medical manufacturing.
GE Aviation has received official certification from the US FAA for its massive GE9X jet engine.
An interesting talk at the third episode of the ongoing 3DEXPERIENCE: A Virtual Journey revealed some hints about what may happen in additive manufacturing’s future.
HP’s year-old 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing Center of Excellence is now Spain’s first building to receive GOLD level LEED certification.
The US FDA has been engaged with other parties to assist in the use of community 3D printing resources to confront the COVID-19 crisis.
This week’s selection is “Additive Manufacturing for the Aerospace Industry” by Francis H. Froes and Rodney Boyer.
SLS 3D printing can be a messy endeavor.
Shapeways has achieved ISO 9001 certification. What is ISO 9001 and how will it affect Shapeways?
Aurora Labs announced an important milestone in the development of their rapid metal 3D printing process.
Xometry performed an unusual test of many 3D prints using different materials and processes. The results were surprising.
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the use of 3D printing in Olympic events.
Markforged announced they have earned an ISO:27001 certification.
Today Rize announces the first UL GREENGUARD 2904 Certified 3D printer and materials; what does this mean for the 3D printing industry?
Cameron Torti and Charles Goulding of R&D Tax Savers analyze the potential for MedAccred certification for 3D printing.
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi of R&D Tax Savers discuss precise medical 3D printing.
Health Canada has issued official guidance for producers of 3D printed medical implants.
MakerBot is taking a slightly different approach to introducing 3D printing to students, and I think it’s the right way.
Another company announced they’ve achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification, and they won’t be the last.
What does it mean that Ultimaker and Sculpteo — presently two of the better-known names in 3D printing — have both recently achieved ISO:9001 certifications?
UL finally published its standards on 3D print safety, and there are definitely going to be implications.
Right on the heels of Sculpteo’s announcement regarding ISO 9001 certification, we see that Precision ADM has announced something quite similar.
Sculpteo announced they’ve achieved ISO 9001-2015 certification.
Metal 3D print service Precision ADM announced they’ve completed another important certification.
Researchers have developed a very tricky method to embed tracking information into 3D prints.
There’s an interesting story at Sculpteo about how they provide certifications for their materials.
The race is on to achieve ISO 13485!
An announcement today triggered some thoughts about the importance of certifications for companies in the 3D metal printing market.
The “3D Printed Construction Partnership” has begun extruding a hotel/office in Copenhagen.
GE is now leveraging its assets to promote 3D metal printing.
Healthcare has been a huge focus for 3D Systems recently, and they’ve boosted it with the announcement of a new certification program.
It’s been obvious for a while that Stratasys has been focusing very closely on the aerospace industry, and now they’ve announced a significant development.