New research demonstrates the viability of acoustic monitoring for detecting porosity in laser powder bed fusion.
We learned about Renishaw’s new metal 3D printing technology, Tempus.
There’s been a breakthrough in controlling the microstructures of metal 3D printed parts.
EOS announced a new, large metal 3D printer, the EOS M 300-4.
Aurora Labs unveiled a new metal 3D printer, the AL250.
Researchers at ORNL have been 3D printing prototype lunar wheels.
Xact Metal has launched in Japan.
A fascinating new research paper explores the complexities of 3D printing ceramic materials using the LPBF process.
SLM Solutions made an interesting move this past week, acquiring a very large system for their equipment catalog.
A new partnership has resulted in a significant optimization of powder-based 3D printing.
We had a chat with the nice folks from Ulendo.
Researchers have now probed the mysteries of metal 3D printing with particle accelerators.
A fascinating new 3D print startup has emerged from stealth mode: Freeform.
3DM’s unique approach to polymer L-PBF 3D printing enables users to adapt the laser’s frequency to each and every material, promising faster, higher quality parts.
I spoke with the folks from One Click Metal and learned quite a bit about their mid-range metal 3D printer.
NPPower revealed their new small-format metal 3D printer, the Malachite.
SLM Solutions is the major contractor on a project set to build what should be the largest 3D printer ever.
A German company announced a new copper powder that can be more easily 3D printed.
Today I’m looking at KINGS 3D, the largest manufacturer of SLA 3D printers in China.
Farsoon added a new LPBF 3D printer to their catalog: the FS273M.
AddUp announced a new metal 3 printer, the FormUp 350, and it includes quite a number of unusual features.
Fabrisonic described a very unusual project in which they employed two different 3D printing processes.