Formalloy produces a metal DED 3D printer, and it’s a lot smarter than you might think.
This week’s selection is “Product Roadmaps Relaunched: How to Set Direction while Embracing Uncertainty” by C. Todd Lombardo, Bruce McCarthy, Evan Ryan and Michael Connors.
Formlabs is running a very unusual online survey.
A new development program has been launched for 3D printing applications involving NFCs.
Freemelt is a Swedish company offering an unusual electron beam metal 3D printing system.
I spoke with Phil DeSimone to find our more about Carbon’s recent decision to make their sophisticated lattice generation tool available to everyone.
Digital Metal announced a partnership with Etteplan to expand their metal 3D printing business.
nFRONTIER signed a partnership deal with Stratasys to develop advanced 3D print applications.
IDM Lab finally released the PicoFAB 3D printer.
Two companies have partnered to develop an additive manufacturing system using wire-based electron beam melting.
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.
Tech Soft 3D, a producer of powerful toolkits for CAD/CAM applications, received significant funding.
RPS has developed a “Materials Development Kit” for their NEO 800 SLA 3D printer for a very interesting reason.
Evolve Additive Solutions has teamed up with Evonik for a joint material development agreement.
Several notable themes presented throughout the duration of TCT Show 2018.
3D printing technology is a wonder of the 21st century, but it’s still quite hard to create applications.