Two Royal College of Art graduates have unveiled a method of reusing nylon 3D printing waste, which can be used to create items such as furniture.
Manufacturers’ Monthly is pleased to announce the keynote speaker of its Factories of the Future breakfast event, to be held on September 10.
Autodesk has announced the availability of Autodesk Within, a set of generative design software solutions to help engineers create and 3D print lightweight designs.
Autodesk and the Fab Foundation has announced Autodesk as a Fab Sponsor, and they are teaming up to make Autodesk’s cloud and mobile software available to Fab Labs and their members.
Boston-based Voxel8, maker of the world’s first multi-material electronics 3D printer, has raised $US 12 million in a series A financing round.
German high-tech drilling solutions company Mapal has claimed a world-first use of 3D printing to help create a new range of insert drills.
High-performance heat exchangers could be a new sweet spot application for metal additive manufacturing. Brent Balinski spoke to Conflux Technology founder Michael Fuller about an Australian-born innovation that’s getting worldwide attention.
3D Systems has released a new, water-soluble feedstock, designed to make the removal of support structures from 3D printed objects easier.
Researchers in the UK say they are making a massive 3D printing machine that will be fast enough to compete with conventional methods.
A start-up car maker, Divergent Microfactories, has claimed that its “3D printed” supercar, the Blade, can reach 60 miles per hour quicker than the Porsche 918 Spyder.
Australian start-up 3D Medical has received an order for 25 sets of additively manufactured titanium jaw implants.
Divergent Microfactories has unveiled its new supercar, the Blade, which uses 3D printed aluminium in its chassis.
The CSIRO’s Lab 22 is part of an effort to get Australian industry up to speed with metal additive manufacturing. Brent Balinski spoke to the innovation centre’s research director, Alex Kingsbury.
Factories will become more flexible, adaptive and skilled according to new research by London-headquartered professional services firm Arup.
Semi-finalists for the fifth Australian Technologies Competition have been announced.
Officeworks opened its Russell Street 3D Experience centre this morning, providing a “mini me” service to consumers curious about 3D printing.
Ford Motor Company has launched a store where customers can order 3D printed versions of vehicles or STL files from which they can make their own.
Queensland’s Griffith University has said that its expertise and “outward looking focus” are ideal fits for the new Innovative Manufacturing CRC.
Multi-disciplinary research will go ahead on creating a sustainable, 3D printed “Microtimber” out of forestry and agricultural waste, including macadamia nut shells.
Work out of the University of Sheffield is hoped to offer the potential of 3D printing able to compete with injection moulding for large quantities of plastic parts.