Category Archives: 3D Printing

3D printing helps bring the underground Crossrail to London

Crossrail, a £14.8 billion project to expand London’s underground train network, is using 3D printing in the construction of its tunnels. Competing alongside leading contractors including SKANSKA, BAM Nuttall and Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering, UK privately owned construction company Laing O’Rourke is using the technology to get the edge on tunnel building. Europe’s largest construction […]

SMARTTECH 3D Scanner in der Automobilindustrie – Aufbau eines Supercar

Reverse Engineering: Verringerung von Produktionskosten Optisches Messsystem: MICRON3D green Software: SMARTTECH3Dmeasure Branche: Automotive Das Projekt des ersten polnischen Supersportwagens „Arrinera Hussarya” hat von Beginn an starke Emotionen geweckt und die Hoffnungen, dass die polnische Automobilindustrie die vergangenen glorreichen Zeiten wiederaufleben lassen kann. Die Produktion von funktionierenden Prototypen, die gleichzeitig das Niveau eines Sportwagens erreichen sollen, […]

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3D Printing News Sliced: Virginia Commonwealth University, Microsoft, Renishaw, Olaf Diegel

In this edition of digestible 3D printing news, we feature: Virginia Commonwealth University, Staffordshire Precision Engineering, Eclipse AM, Renishaw, Olaf Diegel, Microsoft, and Shawn Hunt. Senate bill to invest $20 million into additive manufacturing  A senate bill has outlined plans to invest $20 million into additive manufacturing. The Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations […]

3D Printing News Sliced: BigRep, Höganäs, Russian Institute of Aviation Materials

In this edition of Sliced 3D printing news, we feature: BigRep, Griffith University, Höganäs, the Russian Institute of Aviation Materials, Manufacturing Technology Centre, and HP.

BigRep names Moshe …

3D Printing News Sliced: Disney Research, Pier 9, Mitsubishi, Robo 3D

News that has made it through today’s slicer features: Disney Research, University Rey Juan Carlos, Autodesk’s Pier 9, the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal & Occult, the Odd …