This edition of the 3D Printing Industry news digest Sliced sees a variety of newly established facilities, vehicles powered by renewable energy, and the latest events in additive manufacturing. We also cover updates from PyroGenesis, Sinterit, Wohlers Associates and Airbus. How to use SLS 3D printing Polish 3D printer manufacturer Sinterit has launched a series […]
Titomic, an Australian industrial additive manufacturing company, has announced a defense agreement with TAUV, a manufacturer of lightweight military-grade armor, to produce “ruggedised soldier-enabled” Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) using its Titomic Kinetic Fusion technology. Following this agreement, a prototype 3D printed ruggedised soldier-enabled UAV created with Titomic’s technology has been shortlisted for the Land Forces […]
FT Technologies, a British company specializing in the development and production of ultrasonic wind sensors, has reportedly launched its first drone-specific and 3D printed device. The FT205 sensor has been 3D printed by fellow British company Graphite Additive Manufacturing (Graphite AM) a specialist service bureau and consultancy firm. According to Fred Squire, Director of Sales […]
Fly Elephant is the name of a drone operated 3D printer that is making its public debut at TCT Asia in Shanghai this week. The theoretically unlimited scale 3D printer has been developed by DediBot, a cutting-edge manufacturing technology company headquartered in Hangzhou, and represents the ability to build structures without the constraints of a […]
UK 3D printer materials company and service bureau Graphite Additive Manufacturing has invested in a further selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printer as part of a new fast-track service for its customers. The Aylesbury-based company, which offers materials, rapid tooling, prototyping and consultancy services, purchased the 3D Systems Vanguard 3D printer to “help cut growing […]
Composite-based additive manufacturing (CBAM) developer Impossible Objects has announced the raising of $6.4 million in series A funding. The sum means that, to date, the company has secured a total of $9.2 million in investment led by tech equity specialist OCA Ventures. At Rapid + TCT 2017 Impossible Objects released the pilot of its CBAM Model […]
Researchers at the University of Leuven (KU Leuven) have developed a fully 3D printed drone that fuses a quadcopter design with a fixed wing unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) …
Intech DMLS, a metal additive manufacturing company from India, have announced the development of the country’s first jet engine series.
Developed by Intech’s R&D arm, ‘Poeir …
According to local news sources in the UK, Amazon has revealed the location of one its 3D printed drone labs. The test site is located …
Das Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) der Johns Hopkins University aus Maryland, USA hat eine Quadcopter Drone entwickelt die zwei Monate Unterwasser verweilen kann und danach in Lüfte startet. Das Gehäuse der wasser- und korrosionsresistente Drone wurde mit einer Anlage von EOS gefertigt. Die additive Fertigung wurde gewählt, weil mehrere Eigenschaften in einem Bauteil vereint werden konnten.
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