Boston-based 3D printer company Markforged announced the launch of H13 tool steel for the desktop-sized Metal X 3D printer. The expansion into H13 will enable customers to print parts in high-strength, high-temperature applications
The big three characteristics that hardware developers are often working to improve on their 3D printers are print speed, build volume, and accuracy/resolution.
Verbatim has announced the launch of DURABIO filament for 3D FFF printing, a transparent bio-based engineering material developed by Mitsubishi Chemical which combines the properties of Polycarbonate (PC) and Polymethacrylate (PMMA).
Coolrec, a subsidiary of International waste recycling company Renewi, is partnering with Refil to launch HIPS (High Impact PolyStyrene plastic), a high quality, dissolvable 3D printing filament made from the plastics from old refrigerators.
A new material that is as stiff as metal but flexible enough to withstand strong vibrations could transform the car manufacturing industry, say experts from the University of Surrey.
Genecis, a student startup founded by engineers and graduates of the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC), is using micro-organisms, microbial engineering and machine learning to turn restaurant food waste into biodegradable plastics
Prusa Research, the Czech 3D printer manufacturer behind the Prusa line of RepRap 3D printers, has unveiled Prusament
VTT and Helsinki-based Carbodeon Ltd Oy have developed a plastic filament called uDiamond® suitable for consumer and industrial use, enabling faster 3D printing and improving the mechanical durability of the printouts.
Carbon, a Silicon Valley-based digital Manufacturing company, announced the launch of its first medical-grade material: Medical Polyurethane 100 (MPU 100).
Tethon 3D, Nebraska-based manufacturer of ceramic powders, binders, and other 3D printing services and supplies, announces the launch of High Alumina Tethonite, a high alumina ceramic powder for use in binder jetting additive manufacturing.