Here’s another round-up of recent news from the 3D printing world, in case you missed anything. Stories this time include a new 3D bio-printing collaboration, Dassault Systemes launching a new entrepreneur scheme, and more besides.
Shipbuilding is a manufacturing sector that isn’t quite as well known as others like aerospace or automotive for its adoption of 3D printing techniques, but the completion of the world’s first 3D printed ship propeller in the Netherlands last year shows the direction that the industry could soon be heading.
Extremiti3D LLC, a South Carolina company specializing in 3D printed prosthetic sockets and cosmetic covers, has received investment from South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA), a public, non-profit corporation that fosters South Carolina’s innovation economy.
As 3D printing starts to make some serious waves in the retail industry, global sportswear giant Adidas has been one of the companies most eager to take advantage of its potential. Following on from the German manufacturer’s recent successful collaboration with 3D printing innovator Carbon
GKN is in the headlines again this week, but not necessarily for the reasons the multinational automotive and aerospace company would have expected. Following a string of hard-hitting losses at GKN’s American aerospace plant, British investment and acquisition giant Melrose swooped in with an aggressive £7.4 billion takeover offer
Seurat Technologies, a Silicon Valley-based startup, announces it has raised $13.5 million in a Series A funding round. The significant investment will reportedly be put towards funding and accelerating the company’s much-hyped metal additive manufacturing technology.
Here’s another round-up of all the latest 3D printing news that you might have missed, to keep you in the loop in this rapidly changing world. Stories this time include another FDA certificate for Emerging Implant Technologies, Huisman testing the world’s first 3D printed offshore crane hook, and much more besides.
Towards the end of last year, we reported on a groundbreaking new additive manufacturing development from an exciting start-up based in Bangalore, India. The Ethereal Machines team had been making waves with its new Halo 5D printer, a machine that goes way beyond the usual limits of of 3D printing and even the growing field of shape-shifting ‘4D printing’ technologies.
Local Motors, the Arizona-based company known for its 3D printed vehicles, has announced significant financing for its autonomous shuttle bus, Olli. Through partnerships with Florida-based Elite Transportation Services (ETS) and Texas-based Xcelerate, …
3D printing news can be hard to keep up with sometimes, but at 3ders we’re always one step ahead of the game, so here’s another round-up to catch you up on things you might have missed. Stories include the biggest 3D printed building in America, and 3D printed razor blades from Gillette.