3DP makes refractory metals affordable and require little to no machining which makes them much lighter.
A Queensland Palmer United Party MP introduced a private member’s bill to his state’s parliament last night on 3D printed guns.
By the end of this month, 3D Printing Studios will have three stores open dedicated to the technology, with plans to open up to 30 within two years.
Two Australian universities and two European universities will offer a world-first master’s degree course in biofabrication.
When National Manufacturing Week begins this week, it will feature, for the first time, an additive manufacturing product zone.
The program for the Melbourne installment of the Inside 3D Printing expo series has been announced.
A scientist at the University of Louisville in Kentucky believes the biological additive manufacturing will proceed beyond facial implants.
CSIRO’s titanium printing experts have teamed up with dental company Oventus to create a titanium mouthguard to treat sleep apnoea.
German company Trumpf has decided to re-enter the market for metal additive manufacturing production systems, announcing a joint venture with Italy’s Sisma.
The effort by a Chinese company to 3D print ten basic-looking houses in 24 hours is being considered by those in the building industry.
A report on the black market for weapons in Australia last night mentioned that the Liberator, a 3D printed gun, was available.
A US man with a missing left hand has said a new 3D printed prosthetic arm costing $50 to make is better than his former prosthesis.
China’s WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co. has reportedly created 10 houses in a day using 3D printing.
Keech’s efforts to become a “one-stop” engineering and manufacturing provider to its region and beyond continue, with further investments in additive manufacturing machinery planned in the next few months.
US Navy carriers might one day be equipped with additive manufacturing capabilities.
The CSIRO’s titanium 3D printing facilities have been used to create parts for a custom bike.
The future of Singapore’s manufacturing industry lies in high-tech areas such as 3D Printing and robotics, according to a major planning agency.
3D printing faces some barriers before it is more widely adopted. One of those is the implementation of information systems that protect the integrity of the new manufacturing process.
A documentary about the rise of 3D printing, Print The Legend, has premiered at the SXSW entertainment festival in Austin, Texas.
The potential possibilities 3D printing is providing research and developers new opportunities.