Category Archives: Austrian Space Forum

Voestalpine to expand additive manufacturing operations in Asia

Voestalpine has announced plans to expand its additive manufacturing operations further in the Asian market. Founded in 1938, Voestalpine specializes in steel technologies and is active in the automotive, aerospace, oil & gas and marine sector. With 500 group companies and operations in fifty countries, Voestalpine is one of the largest steel-based technology firms in Europe. Additive […]

NASA launches space 3D printing project to improve astronaut health

NASA has launched a project to research the impact of microbes and microgravity on astronauts in space with 3D printed testing equipment. The “Omics in Space” project brings together NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, NASA’s Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) and the Baylor College of Medicine. The project will involve […]

3D printing news Sliced Arcam, Optomec, TU Delft, Neri Oxman

Today in Sliced: Additive Industries, Arcam, SHINING 3D, TechMed 3D, Haydon Kerk, TU Delft, Tim van Broekhoven, the Danish Technological Institute, Untika, TU Delft, Carnegie Mellon University, Optomec, Ethereal Machines, Porimy, Innoviz, the Air Force Research Laboratory, REGEMAT 3D, Austrian Space Forum, Neri Oxman, Iris Van Herpen, Full-bodied 3D scanning As full-body 3D scanners featured several times at CES 2018, Artec […]

Blast off for 3D printing in Austrian Space Forum’s simulated Mars mission

3D printing is to play a key role in AMADEE-18, a month-long simulated field mission to Mars led by the Austrian Space Forum (OeWF) with the support of the Sultanate of Oman. The mock-Mars mission will see scientists from 25 nations travel to Dhofar, a barren region of Oman sharing many geological surface features with […]