Biologists Develop 3D Printed Origami Device to Catch Fish

Marine biology requires catching a lot of specimen by safe means and retrieving them unscathed. Often this can be increasingly difficult in the case of soft-bodied fish due to their anatomy. Now, scientists from Harvard University, the University of Rhode Island, and City University of New York (CUNY) have developed a 3D printed origami device to safely procure […]

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Be-More-3D Presents Spane’s First 3D-Printed House

Spanish firm Be-More-3D has just unveiled a proof of concept for the country’s first 3D printed house. The firm used an extra-large (XL) 3D-printer on-site at Valencia’s Polytechnic University. The concept is a 24 square meter construct that they built on a XL plotter. It is also a trial run for Spane’s first patented 3D printer, let alone their first concrete […]

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RUAG und Oerlikon arbeiten bei 3D-gedruckten Raumfahrtkomponenten zusammen

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Der Technologie- und Engineeringkonzern Oerlikon und RUAG Space, eine Division des Technologieunternehmens RUAG, verkündeten bei der Farnborough Airshow eine Absichtserklärung zur Qualifikation und Beschleunigung der Serienproduktion von 3D-gedruckten Raumfahrtkomponenten. Oerlikon und RUAG Space arbeiten bereits gemeinsam an der Qualifikation einer Halterung, die an einer Nutzlastverkleidung angebracht werden soll. Additive Fertigung ermöglicht eine neue Designoptimierung, welche [...]

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3D printing news Sliced GE Additive, Toll Group, EnvisionTEC, Markforged

Today in the Sliced 3D printing news digest, we take a look inside Canada’s first Marine Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence; study colorful 3D printing; explore 3D printed castles; and conduct some heavy lifting. GE Additive, Toll Group, Xometry, EnvisionTec, Markforged and more all feature below. Read on to find out more. Getting educated A study conducted […]

Renishaw Releases Additive Manufacturing Monitoring Software

UK-based Renishaw has just released their InfiniAM Spectral software for monitoring 3D printing systems. The metal manufacturing monitoring software helps achieve consistency in laser powder bed fusion outputs. This is especially useful for LPBF prints since the system uses millions of laser exposures to process materials. What’s unique about this particular monitoring technique is that it […]

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Renishaw launches InfiniAM Spectral additive manufacturing monitoring software

British engineering company Renishaw, has released InfiniAM Spectral, a new process monitoring software for Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) 3D printing systems. “For Additive Manufacturing to become a truly ubiquitous manufacturing technology, users and practitioners require a deep understanding of the process,” explained Robin Weston, Marketing Manager at Renishaw’s Additive Manufacturing Products Division. “The software will […]

Inside aerospace additive manufacturing certification at Farnborough Airshow 2018

As a high-value, and heavily standardized industry, certification of course is one of the main preoccupations when considering 3D printing in aerospace. In conversations with steel manufacturer and distributor Carpenter Technology, Rapid Plasma Deposition (RPD) company Norsk Titanium and Boeing Horizon X beneficiary Morf3D, I explore this topic a little deeper to underline a picture […]

Weltweiter Markt für 3D-Drucker-Materialien in der Automobilindustrie soll bis 2024 jährlich zweistellig wachsen

MarktentwicklungEiner Marktstudie von Frost & Sullivan zufolge soll der Markt für 3D-Drucker-Werkstoffe bis zum Jahr 2024 jährlich zweistellig auf bis zu 576,5  Mio. Euro wachsen. Die prognostizierten Zahlen beziehen sich auf den lukrativen Markt der Automobilindustrie. Die Marktforscher nennen außerdem fünf entscheidende Wachstumsstrategien.