SPEE3D did something very interesting: they 3D printed a metal part on a navy ship.
SPEE3D Looking At Marine 3D Print Applications
I spoke with SPEE3D’s CEO Byron Kennedy to learn more about the company’s intentions.
The SPEE3DCraft Metal 3D Printing Simulator
SPEE3D announced a 3D print simulation that provides a unique way to market, train and experience the technology.
Boom Supersonic Unveils The XB-1, And It’s Full Of 3D Printed Parts
Boom Supersonic’s new XB-1 prototype aircraft turns out to be using plenty of 3D printed parts.
3D Printing To Boom In Supersonic Air Travel
Boom Supersonic is bringing metal 3D printing into its Mach 2.2 air travel plans.
Stratasys Will Boom For Seven More Years
Stratasys today announced a key contract with Boom Supersonic.
Hermle’s MPA Metal 3D Printing Process
We’re looking at yet another unusual 3D printing process, this time from Germany-based Hermle.
Could Supersonic Spray Become a Standard 3D Print Post Processing Approach?
I’m reading an interesting research report on Phys.org that describes a method of applying a surface finish to metal parts.
More on Spee3D’s Supersonic 3D Printer
Last August we wrote about an Australian company with a new method of 3D metal printing, Spee3D.