Seurat announced a major funding round for their incredible metal 3D printing technology. We found out a lot more about their incredible Area Printing process.
A German company announced a new copper powder that can be more easily 3D printed.
Mantle explained in some detail why the company chose paste as their 3D print material, and there’s much to be learned.
What will a meltpool look like? That’s what researchers can now predict with some accuracy.
Today, GKN Additive announces its latest metal powders for additive manufacturing, adapted from a popular traditional automotive material.
Desktop Metal unexpectedly announced a new wood 3D printing process called “Forust”.
Selective Absorption Fusion technology is at the heart of the new Stratasys H Series Production Platform.
New research investigates the properties of high entropy alloys when used for additive manufacturing.
Additive manufacturing (AM) can now produce high-quality parts in metal alloys.
The process of “dialing in” optimal 3D print parameters can be challenging, but how is this best done in a rapidly evolving industrial environment?
I’ve been investigating the rather quiet company Seurat Technologies, which is developing a new metal 3D printing process.
Xact Metal has adapted their inexpensive metal 3D printer technology to enable the use of copper material.
Fabrisonic described a very unusual project in which they employed two different 3D printing processes.
Wayland Additive is set to release their NeuBeam metal 3D printer this coming January.
I’m reading an interesting release from Nanofabrica, and had a thought about 3D printer specifications.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a method of using holography in 3D printing.
The world of 3D printer recoaters is even more complex after learning more about Open Additive’s approach.
I’m reading a fascinating piece by Additive Manufacturing Consultant Michael Wohlfart discussing the different types of recoaters one might use.
Wayland Additive has introduced a new form of metal 3D printing they call “NeuBeam” that should be superior to laser or electron beam processes.