Category Archives: Autodesk

Trends in Additive Manufacturing for end-use production with Autodesk

3D Printing Industry is taking an in depth look at how additive manufacturing is moving to production. Over the coming weeks the results of interviews with industry leading practitioners will be published. This article is part of a series examining Trends in Additive Manufacturing for End-Use Production. Duann Scott, additive manufacturing strategist at Autodesk, is […]

SABIC goes large with a series of material launches at formnext 2017

Saudi 3D printing materials producer and OEM Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) has announced the European launch of its Thermocomp AM 3D printing compounds, specifically for large format 3D printing. SABIC also debuted its new Lexan EXL filament. Thermocomp AM, specialised for larger than life applications SABIC’s Thermocomp AM materials have been developed for use […]

3D printing news Sliced, 3D Hubs, GE, Safran and Space for Giants

This edition of 3D printing news Sliced features stories from CFM International, GE, Safran, Materialise, 3D Hubs, Autodesk, HP, UniZ, Niedersachsen ADDITIV, MIT, Ohio State University, Nottingham Trent University Atum3D, Sharebot and Space for Giants. Stormy skies GE and Safran, calm seas for UniZ, Materialise and Niedersachsen ADDITIV CFM International, a joint venture between GE […]

Ambionics 3D printed prosthetic arm for infants enters clinical trials

Infant developmental research shows that children under the age of two are more likely to naturally accept the use of an external prosthetic limb than those who are older. The problem is, at this age, children grow so quickly that it becomes uneconomical to fit them with a synthetic arm or leg. Some devices can […]

Cornell researchers trust the gut with 3D printed intestine bioreactors

One of the primary goals of The March Lab at Cornell University, New York, is to create synthetic intestines for use in regenerative medicine and animal-free drug testing. Made from stem cells, the artificial models are theoretically much closer to the real-thing than the alternatives, including computational simulation and single layer cell tests. Now in […]

Netherlands Royal Navy using Artec 3D scanners for reverse engineering

Since May, Marinebedrijf Koninklijke Marine (MKM), the material and asset maintenance company of the Netherlands Royal Navy, has been using Artec 3D scanners to scan a range of the Netherlands’ naval craft and reverse engineer the complex parts within them. The company made use of Artec’s structured light “Eva” and “Space Spider” scanners for the […]

3D printing news Sliced GE, Stratasys, Renishaw, Rolls-Royce, Autodesk and EOS

In this 3D printing news digest, we have updates from Hinckley, A*Star, Rolls-Royce, UBC Okanagan, BioBots, University of Saskatchewan, Fraunhofer IPA, GoPrint3D, EOS, Candid, Stratasys, 3DCeram, Circuit Launch, University of North Florida, Protea, Thor3D, the Univeristy of Nottingham, General Electric, Modeclix, Renishaw and Autodesk Electric yachts, smart collaboration and funding boosts Maine-based yacht manufacturer Hinckley […]

3D printing news Sliced GE, Stratasys, Renishaw, Rolls-Royce, Autodesk and EOS

In this 3D printing news digest, we have updates from Hinckley, A*Star, Rolls-Royce, UBC Okanagan, BioBots, University of Saskatchewan, Fraunhofer IPA, GoPrint3D, EOS, Candid, Stratasys, 3DCeram, Circuit Launch, University of North Florida, Protea, Thor3D, the Univeristy of Nottingham, General Electric, Modeclix, Renishaw and Autodesk Electric yachts, smart collaboration and funding boosts Maine-based yacht manufacturer Hinckley […]