SPEE3D did something very interesting: they 3D printed a metal part on a navy ship.
I spoke with SPEE3D’s CEO Byron Kennedy to learn more about the company’s intentions.
SPEE3D announced a 3D print simulation that provides a unique way to market, train and experience the technology.
Boom Supersonic’s new XB-1 prototype aircraft turns out to be using plenty of 3D printed parts.
Boom Supersonic is bringing metal 3D printing into its Mach 2.2 air travel plans.
Stratasys today announced a key contract with Boom Supersonic.
We’re looking at yet another unusual 3D printing process, this time from Germany-based Hermle.
I’m reading an interesting research report on Phys.org that describes a method of applying a surface finish to metal parts.
Last August we wrote about an Australian company with a new method of 3D metal printing, Spee3D.