Category Archives: AMUG

3D Printing News Sliced Microsoft, Siemens, Norsk Titanium, Renishaw

This is Sliced, the 3D printing news roundup with a finger on the pulse of all things new in additive business, applications, hardware, software, materials and medical breakthroughs. Today’s stories feature Spain’s 3D Printer Party, Microsoft, Siemens, AMUG, 3DZ, EOS, Nano Dimension, Norsk Titanium, SABIC, Rize, ACEO, Renishaw and many more. Read on to learn […]

The insiders view of AMUG 2018 with ANSYS, Carbon, Renishaw and more

April was a busy month for the 3D printing industry and featured two must attend events. 3D Printing Industry was of course at last weeks RAPID + TCT and also AMUG 2018 earlier in the month. What began in 1988 as user group for the owners of 3D Systems equipment has grown to become the […]

3D Printing News Sliced, ProtoCAM, Goceram, Filamentive and EnvisionTEC

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced, asks the following questions: How has 3D printing been used to bring the first statue of a woman to the UK’s Parliament Square? How can 1st-century Roman helmets be recreated with 3D printing? How long is the world’s longest 3D printed chain? All this and more […]

Latest AMUG 2018 releases PostProcess, BASF, Optomec

This week, 3D Printing Industry is reporting live from the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference in St. Louis, Missouri (appropriately abbreviated as STL). A week-long schedule of presentations and discussions, many companies also take the opportunity to make new product announcements at the show. Today we have a round up of the latest […]

Rize intros Digitally Augmented Parts to counter 3D printed piracy and counterfeits

Boston, U.S. based 3D printer manufacturer Rize Inc., has introduced what they are calling the first 3D printed Digitally Augmented Parts (DAP). According to Rize, DAPs will enable the creation of “functional 3D printed parts with digital information” using Rize’s patented Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) method to embed markers, such as QR codes, on plastic […]

HP showcases full-scale MJF 3D printing production solutions at AMUG

At the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference in St. Louis, HP has made a statement about the future of 3D printing and its role in series production.  A topic previously discussed at length in a guest article by Ramon Pastor, vice president and general manager of HP Multi Jet Fusion, Stephen Nigro, President of 3D Printing […]

HP showcases full-scale MJF 3D printing production solutions at AMUG

At the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference in St. Louis, HP has made a statement about the future of 3D printing and its role in series production.  A topic previously discussed at length in a guest article by Ramon Pastor, vice president and general manager of HP Multi Jet Fusion, Stephen Nigro, President of 3D Printing […]

AMUG 2018 3D Printing Industry preview

Next week 3D Printing Industry will join the leaders, and most importantly the end users, of companies building and applying additive manufacturing technology. The location for the 2018 Additive Manufacturing User Group (AMUG) event is St. Louis, Missouri. Appropriately enough the local airport code is STL. From April 8th to 12th an anticipated 2000 ‘conference’ […]

Todd Grimm and Dominik Rietzel selected as key note speakers for AMUG 2018

Todd Grimm and Dr. Ing. Dominik Rietzel have been announced as featured key note speakers at the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Education & Training Conference. AMUG is a highlight on the increasingly crowded 3D printing events calendar, bringing together AM experts from across the industry. Grimm, who is president of T. A. Grimm & […]

3D printing news Sliced with Materialise, Additive Industries, Elephab, and WASP

Today’s 3D printing news Sliced features updates from Materialise, Additive Industries, Precision AMD, WASP, 4WEB Medical, TU Wien, TreeD, Keene Village Plastics, Powder & Heat, Elephab and AMUG. 3D Printing life-changing prosthetics and implants Two surgeons at the CHU Dijon, France, Prof. Narcisse Zwetyenga, and Dr. Brice Viard have used a 3D printed Materialise shoulder […]