Category Archives: Waterford Institute of Technology

3D printing news Sliced: United Nations, Mini, Rocket Lab, Sciaky and more

Today Sliced, our regular 3D printing news digest, features the latest educational innovations from the National Institute of Technology, Trichy, I-Form, the Advanced Forming Research Centre, the Beijing Institute of Technology and more. From industry, we see how cutting edge 3D printing applications are underway at MINI, Rocket Labs and Kleos Space. There is also an update […]

UCD opens $25.7 million advanced manufacturing research center with 3D printing focus

The I-Form Advanced Manufacturing Research Center for 3D printing and digital technologies has been opened at University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland. The facility has been created at a cost of €22.2 million ($25.7 million) provided by the government-backed Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and industry stakeholders. Commenting on the launch Heather Humphreys, Ireland’s Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, said, “Innovation […]

Ireland’s Waterford Institute Launches Metal 3D-Printing Program

(3Ders.org) — Ireland’s Waterford Institute of Technology has launched a €1.1m metal 3D-printing program. The innovative metal 3D-printing program will research metal laser sintering technologies to develop components whose geometry is so sufficiently complex that they do not lend themselves to conventional machining. The South East Applied Materials Research Center at WIT will lead the… View Article