Chuck Hull, founder of 3D Systems and recognised as inventor of the first 3D printer, will be inducted into the USA’s National Inventors Hall of Fame.
MakerBot’s global design community features more than 200,000 downloadable digital files and now, apps on iOS and Android.
As 3D printing becomes more prevalent, we take a look at how it will affect medical manufacturing in the future.
The Objet500 Connex3 combines droplets of three base materials to produce parts with virtually unlimited combinations of materials.
Curiosity about and investment in 3D printing just keeps increasing, but what can you gain from bringing the technology into your business’s operation? Brent Balinski spoke to Stratasys and one of the market leading company’s local re-sellers about the technology.
Arcam’s shares are up 530 per cent in the space of a year as interest in the company’s EBM metal additive manufacturing technology grows.
3D Systems has announced a partnership with confectionery giant Hershey to bring 3D printed chocolate to the mainstream.
The future of 3D printing is firming up as it moves from do-it-yourself tinkerers to key players selling complete consumer solutions.
3D printing has come as far in Australia as warranting standalone expos and conferences, and this year there are not one but two trade shows dedicated to the technology.
Design software company Adobe has added 3D printing to its Photoshop program suite.
The 3-D printed working loudspeaker seamlessly integrates the plastic, conductive and magnetic parts.
Californian bio-printing company Organovo has announced that it will join two of the US’s National Institutes of Health.
Pasta manufacturer, Barilla, is looking to introduce 3D food printers in commercial kitchens, allowing diners to design and print their own pasta.
A husband and wife team has created a confectionery 3D printer that has debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Defence contractor BAE Systems says that it has produced 3D printed parts used in the first flights by Royal Air Force fighter jets.
The Productivity Commission will today release the preliminary report of its inquiry into Australian automotive manufacturing industries.
According to the popularity of stories on this website throughout the year, our attention was strongly drawn to 3D printing, factory closures and insolvencies, and the occasional bit of lighthearted news. And – no surprise in an election year – Manufacturers’ Monthly readers also came to us for policy news affecting the industry.
England’s University of Birmingham has gotten into the Christmas spirit by creating an aluminium reindeer decoration with additive manufacturing.
Today Holly, a decade-old mare, has taken her first steps in 3D-printed “horse-thotics”.
This breakthrough will see greater use of titanium in components across the automotive, aerospace and defence industries.