Category Archives: drones

3D printed rescue drone developed by Warwick students

University of Warwick fourth year students have developed an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to aid in mountainside rescue as part of the UK government sponsored program Horizon (AM), which aims to encourage the advancement of 3D printing in aeronautics. Regulative barriers The UAV’s main function is to deliver vital supplies on mountain rescue missions. As such, […]

3D printed rescue drone developed by Warwick students

University of Warwick fourth year students have developed an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to aid in mountainside rescue as part of the UK government sponsored program Horizon (AM), which aims to encourage the advancement of 3D printing in aeronautics. Regulative barriers The UAV’s main function is to deliver vital supplies on mountain rescue missions. As such, […]

Sembcorp Marine to apply additive manufacturing in shipbuilding revolution

Sembcorp Marine (SGX:S51) is seeking to revolutionize the offshore & marine (O&M) sector by adding cutting edge technologies to its shipbuilding and repair efforts. In collaboration with three partners across industry and the Singapore government, the company will develop water-tight production applications with a Digital Twin, additive manufacturing and drone assistance. Kick-starting the process, the firm […]

Free event combines 3D printing and drones

3D printing and drones are on display this week at a central London event. The free event is organised by 3D file-sharing platform MyMiniFactory and Extreme Flyers, leaders in micro-scale consumer drone technology and production. At Regent’s Place Plaza visitors can experience professional drone racing, simulators and a hands-on area. The event features first person […]

U.S. Navy’s 3D printed CICADA drone is ready to drop

Equipped with a 3D printed fuselage, the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory’s (NRL) CICADA drone is ready for a commercial partner to take the technology to the next level. Essentially a paper plane made from a circuit board, the CICADA is configurable to any end-use, and is keeping Navy hardware expenditure down to a minimum. A […]