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DNV GL publishes first class guideline for maritime additive manufacturing

2017 has been a standout year for additive manufacturing in marine and offshore operations. Desktop 3D printers can now be found in shipyard workshops and aboard rigs, where engineers use them to prototype and make tools and spare parts. However, it is the rise of metal additive manufacturing that has started to cause a real […]

nTopology CEO gives insight into generative design after raising $7.6M

New York based nTopology has raised $7.6M to enhance its generative design software. The funding round was led by Data Collective and Root Ventures. nTopology recently returned from exhibiting at formnext 2017. I caught up with Brad Rothenberg, nTopology co-founder and CEO, to learn more about how the funds will be used. “Formnext was awesome,” […]

Added Scientific address skills shortage with UK 3D printing courses

Added Scientific is an official spin-out of the Centre for Additive Manufacturing at the University of Nottingham, home to Xaar’s High Speed Sintering (HSS) process and a $28.6 million advanced manufacturing facility. For the first time since its incorporation in 2015, the company is delivering a program of 3D printing courses to the public, previously […]

Renishaw reports record turnover, outlook positive for additive manufacturing

Earning season for the 3D printing industry continues today with the UK’s Renishaw reporting financial data for the year ended 30th June 2017. Renishaw is a global technology company with core skills in measurement, motion control, healthcare, spectroscopy and manufacturing. During the reported period Renishaw introduced the RenAM 500M metal additive manufacturing machine, updated their […]

State University of New York offers first of its kind Summer Additive Manufacturing Institute

SUNY New Paltz, NY, is to a hold a Summer Additive Manufacturing Institute for professionals July 31 – August 4 2017. The five day course is designed …