Category Archives: PrintLab

3D Printing News Sliced: Sintratec, HP, 3D Systems, Renishaw

In the latest edition of the 3D Printing Industry news digest – Sliced, we have news about 3D printed spare parts, future of additive manufacturing in India, and 3D printed food. Read on to learn more about Sintratec, Mimaki, 3D Systems and Renishaw. Beyond borders Sintratec, a Swedish SLS printer manufacturer, has signed a distribution […]

PrintLab aims to close 3D printing skills gap with new license offering

UK-based 3D printing curriculum developer PrintLab has launched two new unlimited-use licences for schools, non-profits, consultants and training programs. Each available on an annual basis, the Site License and Instructor License extend the PrintLab Classroom offering, facilitating access to the company’s archive of dedicated lesson plans. With more freedom of how PrintLab Classroom is used throughout […]

Getting teachers talking about 3D printing, a BETT 2019 report

According to STEM Learning, a UK provider of STEM careers support, STEM roles are expected to double in next 10 years. Yet, the organization predicts there will be a shortfall of 173,000 skilled workers, with 89% of STEM businesses struggling to recruit. To combat this, UK education systems are incorporating more STEM teaching into their curriculum, […]

3D printing jobs and AM careers update, Formlabs, Formetrix, SME and more

If you’re on the lookout for 3D printing jobs, or wish to hire experts in 3D printing, our free service is a must visit. We have new additive manufacturing jobs in software engineering, corporate strategy, sales and managerial positions, to name a few. Want to get started in the industry? Read our guide on how […]

PrintLab expands 3D printing curriculum with CraftUnique

PrintLab, a UK based 3D printing reseller, has partnered with CraftUnique, a Hungarian 3D printer manufacturer, to further distribute its online portal PrintLab Classroom. This platform features 3D printing creative projects, workbooks, tutorials and teacher training guides, and will now be integrated into the CraftBot Plus 3D printer ecosystem. “In recent months, we have been […]

3D Printing Industry Review of the Year September 2018

The month of September met a variety of additive manufacturing shows such as IMTS, TCT, as well as New Scientist Live. The 3D printing industry also saw many technological advancements aiming to accelerate industrial metal additive manufacturing. This includes EOS’s M300 series of direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) 3D printers and 3D Systems and GF […]

3D Printing News Sliced: IKEA, EnvisionTEC, America Makes and a giant elephant

Today in Sliced, our 3D printing news digest, we collect all the latest business updates, applications and additive manufacturing research. In addition to the title companies, we feature Organovo, BigRep, Etihad, Graphene 3D Lab, PrintLab, Renishaw and UNYQ in a quick-fire round up of stories from across the industry. The 3D printed elephant bursting out […]

PrintLab expands 3D printing curriculum

PrintLab, a UK based 3D printing reseller, has announced the launch of additional language options for its PrintLab Classroom learning program. The first new language to be available will be Polish, with Spanish and Chinese versions set to launch later this year. The Polish version was done in collaboration with Polish 3D Technology & Education […]

learnbylayers partners with the National STEM Learning Centre to bring more 3D printing to schools

learnbylayers, a provider of 3D printing educational resources, has partnered with the National STEM Learning Centre based at the University of York in UK. As part of the partnership, the STEM Learning Centre will be running a free two day course this summer on “Using 3D printers creatively in KS3 and KS4,” preparing primary and secondary […]

learnbylayers partners with the National STEM Learning Centre to bring more 3D printing to schools

learnbylayers, a provider of 3D printing educational resources, has partnered with the National STEM Learning Centre based at the University of York in UK. As part of the partnership, the STEM Learning Centre will be running a free two day course this summer on “Using 3D printers creatively in KS3 and KS4,” preparing primary and secondary […]