Category Archives: Additive Industries

New 3D printing jobs with Additive Industries, 3YOURMIND, RP Support & Create it REAL

Looking for a 3D printing job? This update features the latest openings in metal 3D printing, Formula 1 supporting SLA, and a company with the technology to speed up your desktop models. The 3D printing industry needs full stack developers, technical sales managers, senior embedded software engineers and more, view the full details and apply […]

New 3D printing jobs with Formlabs, Additive Industries, Simplify3D, FATHOM, HP

Looking for a new job? Now is your chance to get involved with some the leading names in this rapidly evolving industry. Fresh on 3D Printing Jobs today we have opportunities for engineers, developers, machinists, managers, marketeers, salespeople and more. Featured this week, are new roles at an ISO certified advanced manufacturer, a company that […]

3D Printing news Sliced, Rick Perry, Materialise, Stratasys, SolidWorks and FIT America

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced poses and answers the following questions: Ever wanted to Pokémon cosplay with your dog? What materials will be used to 3D print the aircraft of the future? What new 3D printing medical applications will come out of Mitsui Chemicals’ latest investment?  All this and more from […]

3D Printing news Sliced, Rick Perry, Materialise, Stratasys, SolidWorks and FIT America

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced poses and answers the following questions: Ever wanted to Pokémon cosplay with your dog? What materials will be used to 3D print the aircraft of the future? What new 3D printing medical applications will come out of Mitsui Chemicals’ latest investment?  All this and more from […]

3D Printing News Sliced, Additive Industries, Ultimaker, LulzBot and Artec 3D

Our latest round-up of 3D printing news alternatively answers and poses these questions: Why 3D print in chocolate? How is 3D printing reviving the classic car? How do plastic bottles become 3D printed objects? All this and more from The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Star Rapid, Farsoon Technologies and BCN3D Technologies. Upcycling yogurt containers, 3D printing chocolate […]

3D Printing News Sliced, Additive Industries, Ultimaker, LulzBot and Artec 3D

Our latest round-up of 3D printing news alternatively answers and poses these questions: Why 3D print in chocolate? How is 3D printing reviving the classic car? How do plastic bottles become 3D printed objects? All this and more from The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Star Rapid, Farsoon Technologies and BCN3D Technologies. Upcycling yogurt containers, 3D printing chocolate […]

3D Printing News Sliced, Additive Industries, Ultimaker, LulzBot and Artec 3D

Our latest round-up of 3D printing news alternatively answers and poses these questions: Why 3D print in chocolate? How is 3D printing reviving the classic car? How do plastic bottles become 3D printed objects? All this and more from The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Star Rapid, Farsoon Technologies and BCN3D Technologies. Upcycling yogurt containers, 3D printing chocolate […]

3D printing news sliced 3D printed cake, Himax Technologies, Tech Soft 3D, Innofil3D

Would you eat 3D printed cake? Wonder what happened to embedded lens in smartglasses? Are you an Android user jealous of the face scanning tech in the iPhone X? Giant 3D printed skeletons? All this and more of the latest 3D printing news from Roboze, Innofil3D, Additive Industries and EOS. Let them eat 3D printed […]

3D printing news sliced 3D printed cake, Himax Technologies, Tech Soft 3D, Innofil3D

Would you eat 3D printed cake? Wonder what happened to embedded lens in smartglasses? Are you an Android user jealous of the face scanning tech in the iPhone X? Giant 3D printed skeletons? All this and more of the latest 3D printing news from Roboze, Innofil3D, Additive Industries and EOS. Let them eat 3D printed […]

Additive Industries expandiert mit neuer Zentrale

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Additive Industries, Hersteller des MetalFAB1 Systems zum 3D-Druck von Metallteilen, wird seinen Hauptsitz im April 2018 in eine neue und größere Niederlassung verlegen. Mit dem Ziel bis 2022 zu einem der drei größten Hersteller von Metall-3D-Druckern zu zählen, hat Additive Industries die Übersiedlung in eine 7x größere Zentrale für das kommende Monat angekündigt. Die neue […]

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