There are two very different news items from Ricoh.
Via the SlicEx slicing software and an integrated plugin for ExAM printers.
Essentium announced a comprehensive partnership with 3D-Fuel.
Quantica announced an important strategic manufacturing partnership that could drive their inkjet technology forward.
Lithoz seems to be on a roll, expanding in several directions.
Roboze powers forward with an intriguing partnership.
The battle for metal 3D printing supremacy continues, with an interesting move from SLM Solutions this week.
Stratasys announced an interesting arrangement with CollPlant Biotechnologies that could lead into a major line of business for the company.
Essentium announced today a major materials partnership with Braskem that should provide new types of 3D print materials.
Melito has partnered with Ziknes to develop a robotic metal 3D printer.
Fusion3 announced an interesting deal with ActivArmor to place equipment directly at healthcare operations.
A new partnership demonstrates the way forward for 3D printing technology.
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) and Women in 3D Printing (Wi3DP) have formed a partnership to attract and build a diverse next gen workforce to advance the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry.
Replique announced a new partner network for authorized materials that is a bit different.
Charles Goulding and Warren Buzzell Jr. look at the recent partnership between Sony and Honda, and see what effect this may have on 3D printing activity.
A pattern emerged recently where it seems that German industrial giant Siemens has partnered with at least two more 3D print companies.
Little You announced a new “Artist Collaboration Opportunity” that could be of interest to many.
Charles R. Goulding and Johnson Jiang look at the partnership of Cellink and Lonza.
Nexa3D announced a very interesting partnership with Addifab that should supercharge the injection molding industry.
Formlabs announced today a partnership with an automotive company, and this has some interesting implications for the 3D printer manufacturer.
Sinterit announced a partnership with Forward AM, the AM unit of BASF.
Nano Dimension announced a partnership with XPTL to develop a new conductive ink for their systems that is based on nanoparticles.
I’ve learned of an unusual collaboration between a 3D printer manufacturer, Anycubic, and a 3D content provider, MyMiniFactory.
A new company, Palitra, hopes to provide practical and affordable full color 3D printing technology to the market.
The two companies will be producing high-performance powders for binder jetting additive manufacturing.
BigRep announced an important collaboration with Teton Simulation.
Digital Metal announced a partnership with Etteplan to expand their metal 3D printing business.
The copper e-winding design was developed using binder jet 3D printing and will be used for electric drive systems.
Stratasys made a bundle of announcements this week, mostly regarding materials, but also a very key partnership.
Last week Creality announced the “Space Robotics Project”, a venture intended to stimulate the minds of Brazilian schoolchildren.
Humabiologics’ human-derived bioinks are now available for use on Allegro 3D bioprinters.
AON3D announced a major new investment and a partnership on a lunar project.
nFRONTIER signed a partnership deal with Stratasys to develop advanced 3D print applications.
I spoke with 3YOURMIND CEO Alexsander Ciszek to learn more about their interesting arrangement with Carbon.
Two companies have partnered to develop an additive manufacturing system using wire-based electron beam melting.
Stratasys and DyeMansion announced a new strategic alliance that combines capabilities to provide an end-to-end full color additive manufacturing workflow.
Essentium announced an arrangement to provide AM equipment and expertise for aerospace research.
A new partnership is bringing shop floor data together with data intelligence for consistency in additive manufacturing.
Additive manufacturing is becoming a key part of supply chain strategy.
Impossible Objects has partnered with Ricoh 3D to offer strong, lightweight 3D printed composite parts to European customers.
A new consortium in the UK has been established to develop and promote the use of WAAM 3D printing technology for commercial applications.
Xact Metal announced a key partnership with GoEngineer.
The partnership involving ExOne and Rapidia highlights some of the problems in 3D printing these days.
Thor3D announced a partnership with ProtoTech to allow for Calibry 3D scans to be used with 3DMeasureUp.
Farsoon announced a break with long-time partner Prodways.
Charles R. Goulding and Ryan Donley light up with sustainably-made 3D printed lamps.
Satori announced a partnership with Mahdi Name Design Lab to produce a series of 3D printed work-from-home tools.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine a new 3D printing partnership between Würth and Baker Hughes.
Titan Robotics beefed up their production 3D printing offerings with a new partnership with Jabil.
HP’s Metal Jet 3D printing is taking a swing on the greens via Cobra Golf’s fancy new putter.
I spoke with Olli Pihlajamäki of miniFactory to find out how they work with additive manufacturing clients.
Additive Industries announced a partnership with Makino, and this should enable the company to provide significant additional functionality.
EOS announced a new partnership with the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) to increase AM skills.
Two big names in 3D printing have announced an expanded relationship that’s paving the way for new engineering materials.
I had a thought about why there are a number of new entrants to the AM metal powder market.
An announcement from Polymaker and MakerBot underlines the increasing importance of partnerships for 3D print materials.
Nexa3D made multiple announcements this week, each strengthening their position in the market.
On-demand manufacturing platform Xometry is expanding its 3D printing offerings, bringing on ExOne metal binder jetting capabilities.
HP has entered into a strategic partnership with Dyndrite, underscoring the critical importance of software to the long-term success of industrial 3D printing.
Industrial 3D printing is getting a new look as a new global post-processing partnership platform emerges.
The dental industry is a major user of ceramic 3D printing, and a new global partnership is set to see applications move from concept through to production.
Executives from RIZE connect the dots in the company’s newly announced 3D printer, depth of the RIZIUM Alliance, and what we can expect to see coming next.
HP 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing is introducing a new material along with several other 3D printing announcements today.
Augmented reality (AR) and 3D printing are coming closer together all the time, now including a smart remote field service solution brought to additive manufacturing through a new alliance.
Nexa3D has announced a materials partnership with Henkel.
Royal DSM has partnered with another 3D printer manufacturer, JuggerBot 3D, to develop pellet 3D printers.
EOS is going into business with Merck Group to develop a way to 3D print medicine in tablet form, but they will have some challenges.
Create It REAL has signed a deal with Spentys to help devise a secure system that provides onsite 3D printing of orthopedic devices in practice offices.
I’ve noticed there are now three main approaches to dealing with 3D printer materials. There’s more than just open and closed options.
Vancouver-based 3D printing company NewPro3D has entered a collaborative partnership with chemical company Henkel.
MakerBot has bridged their materials gap with a new program that partners with multiple 3D printing materials providers.
3D Systems and CollPlant inked a deal to share resources on future bioprinting ventures, which seems to have had a positive effect on 3D Systems so far.
3DPrinterOS and Mille are partnering up to develop a powerful mobile factory solution based on 3D printing.
Dassault Systèmes has integrated RIZE 3D printing technology directly into their CAD software products to aid manufacturers. We know why they did so.
Printsyst and DNA.me have partnered to combine their respective expertise on additive manufacturing automation. We speculate on what may happen in the long term.
Mitsubishi, a global chemical giant, has partnered with 3D printer manufacturer atum 3D to develop new 3D printing resins and materials.
HP and Matsuura? Some 3D printer manufacturers partner with other 3D printer manufacturers, but why?
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Carbon is set to expand its Digital Light Synthesis technology with Protolabs and Dentsply Sirona.
Carbon and fizik have announced a partnership to createan advanced digitally manufactured bicycle saddle.
3D printing is a dynamic, growing industry. Materials giant BASF knows this well, having spent years strategizing its entry into and participation in additive manufacturing.
Shoes. Football helmets. Now, Carbon takes its Digital Light Synthesis 3D printing technology to cyclists with a 3D printed bike saddle.
Could PrintrBot return? It seems founder Brooke Drumm wants to restart the 3D printer company with a partnership with Polar3D and a new design for a belt-driven 3D printer.
A new medical-focused 3D printer integrates clean room technology.
3D printing is part of a growing on-demand manufacturing ecosystem that is in turn set to become part of the even larger eCommerce industry as Xometry and Alibaba.com announce a partnership.
Siemens is leading a 14-partner project focused on a big IDEA: the Industrial implementation of Digital Engineering and Additive manufacturing.
HP’s focus on sustainability and collaboration in 3D printing and digital manufacturing goes to the top.
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3D printing is about more than printing; a chat with LEO Lane illuminates more in end-to-end workflow opportunity.
Are you paying attention to Essentium? You should be.
Impossible Objects has been busy with growing interest in its composite based additive manufacturing (CBAM) process.
Saying “Materialise focuses on collaboration” is a bit like saying “rain is wet” these days, but the prolific company continues its deluge of co-creation announcements.
We talked with executives from Desktop Metal and new partner Indo-MIM to dig deeper into metal on demand.
3D printing reseller MatterHackers is greatly expanding its materials reach with several high-profile partnerships.
For metal 3D printing to compete with metal injection molding, perhaps the two technologies should work together.