Category Archives: Additive Industries

3D printing news Sliced Additive Industries, PyroGenesis, axial3D, Rocket Lab

In this edition of 3D printing news digest – Sliced, we have news about the launch of a 3D printed rocket, a 3D printer for construction, atomized metals for additive manufacturing and much more. Read on to know more about Hamilton Labs, PyroGenesis, axial3D, and Rocket Lab. Taking AM around the world Additive Industries, a […]

3D printing news Sliced Additive Industries, PyroGenesis, axial3D, Rocket Lab

In this edition of 3D printing news digest – Sliced, we have news about the launch of a 3D printed rocket, a 3D printer for construction, atomized metals for additive manufacturing and much more. Read on to know more about Hamilton Labs, PyroGenesis, axial3D, and Rocket Lab. Taking AM around the world Additive Industries, a […]

Volkswagen opens advanced 3D printing center, looks to additive manufacturing in production

The toolmaking unit of German multinational automaker Volkswagen has opened a new advanced 3D printing center. Located in the automotive hub of Wolfsburg, Germany, the facility occupies 3,100 m² of floor space, and houses a range of cutting edge metal additive manufacturing machines. At this center, VW will be investigating the potential of binder jet […]

Additive manufacturing stakeholders unite under GKN Aersopace £32M technology center

A new GKN Aerospace Global Technology Center (GTC), with additive manufacturing front and center of its strategy, is to be launched in 2020 with the collaboration of 15 household names from across the industry. Based in Bristol, the center has been funded using £15 million from the UK Government’s Aerospace Technology Institute, and £17 million […]

Additive manufacturing stakeholders unite under GKN Aersopace £32M technology center

A new GKN Aerospace Global Technology Center (GTC), with additive manufacturing front and center of its strategy, is to be launched in 2020 with the collaboration of 15 household names from across the industry. Based in Bristol, the center has been funded using £15 million from the UK Government’s Aerospace Technology Institute, and £17 million […]

3D printing news sliced, Tacton, GE Additive, Arkema, KLM, Roboze

In this edition of our 3D printing news digest – Sliced, we look at the expanding Asian market, a customized chest implant and the latest events from across the world. Read on for more from GE Additive, Roboze, KLM, Arkema, Additive Industries, Farsoon, Jabil, prizes for start-ups – and more. The expanding Asian market At the […]

3D Printing News Sliced, Additive Industries, Polymaker, Shanghai Construction Group

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced follows the latest developments from Formnext 2018; the acceleration of industrial metal additive manufacturing; new post-processing solutions; and the release of the latest AlphaEDGE 4D shoe from Adidas and Carbon. All this and more from Nanoscribe, Additive Industries, Callaghan Innovation, Polymaker, Shanghai Construction Group and others. […]

Formnext 2018 – the 3D Printing Industry first look

3D Printing Industry took a morning run through what is set to be a record breaking event. Here are some of our first impressions of Formnext 2018. Our team will be in Frankfurt all week to bring you detailed coverage of the 4th edition of what has become the main event on a crowded additive […]

3D Printing News Sliced: SLM Solutions, Additive Manufacturing Technologies, Carbon, Estée Lauder

Today in Sliced, the 3D Printing Industry news digest: traditional construction takes note of 3D printing, SLM Solutions’ sales forecast, new opportunities for 3D designers, additive business deals, new hardware for recycling old plastic and more. SLM Solutions adjusts anticipated sales for 2018 The Executive Board of SLM Solutions Group is adjusting its sales and […]

Additive Industries und Sauber F1 Team erweitern Technologiepartnerschaft für den Metall-3D-Druck

Additive Industries Sauber F1 Team Metal 3D Druck Partnerschaft 300x200 - Additive Industries und Sauber F1 Team erweitern Technologiepartnerschaft für den Metall-3D-Druck

Letzten Sommer kündigte die niederländische 3D-Druckerei Additive Industries eine dreijährige Technologiepartnerschaft mit dem Schweizer Sauber F1 Team an, das der Startkunde für das MetalFAB1 Process & Application Development Tool wurde. Das Sauber F1 Team hat bereits seit über einem Jahrzehnt mit 3D-Druck gearbeitet und intensiv mit Polymerwerkstoffen gearbeitet. Der nächste logische Schritt war der Übergang [...]

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