This week’s selection is the astonishing Aerospike rocket engine by Hyperganic.
Researchers have developed a method of 3D printing extremely small structures using copper.
Digital Metal launched a new metal 3D printer, and there’s some interesting implications.
I spoke with SPEE3D’s CEO Byron Kennedy to learn more about the company’s intentions.
Launcher has successfully tested a unique 3D printed copper rocket engine.
A German company announced a new copper powder that can be more easily 3D printed.
Desktop Metal announced the qualification of a pure copper material for their Production system.
A startup company has leveraged copper 3D printing technology to produce a much more powerful electric engine.
The copper e-winding design was developed using binder jet 3D printing and will be used for electric drive systems.
3D printing of certain reflective metals is a difficult challenge for some processes.
Sintavia announced a new copper 3D printing method, but this may lead to an interesting challenge to other providers.
Charles R. Goulding and Joseph Castine examine the rise of both prices and interest in copper as the material continues to see more use in 3D printing.
I’m seeing evidence that 3D printing has truly taken hold in advanced manufacturing, at least in some industries.
Rocket startup Launcher has acquired a massive custom-designed metal 3D printer from AMCM.
Researchers have developed new polymers that can automatically disinfect themselves, including for SARS-CoV-2.
Digital Metal announced the availability of copper material for their metal 3D printer.
Desktop Metal has introduced a pure copper material to be 3D printed on their Studio System.
Copper is a relatively rare material in additive manufacturing operations, but that could change in the next few years.
Xact Metal has adapted their inexpensive metal 3D printer technology to enable the use of copper material.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata consider copper’s use in additive manufacturing.
3D printing has established a strong foothold in the automotive industry — but until now, not so much directly in electric motors.
A validated COVID-19 utility solution announced by SPEE3D has now been adopted by a government agency.
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.
Copper3D has helped design an antibacterial 3D printed filter that could help battle HIV infections.
Markforged announced the availability of a new metal for their Metal X system: copper. We have the reasons why this is so important.
Slice Engineering has developed a new, highly efficient hot end that could be very suitable for use in high temperature 3D printing applications.
With an understanding that something doesn’t just come from nothing, we explored the base materials used for the creation of plastics used in the 3D printing industry.
Australia-based SPEE3D has refined their supersonic 3D printing process.