The Manufacturing Technology Centre, based in the UK, has developed a new way to simulate the performance of 3D printed parts. It’s a more accessible app version of COMSOL sofware, enabling information to be shared across different disciplines, in order to optimize design and manufacturing workflows.
Leading Chinese 3D printing company INTAMSYS has announced that it will be launching a global 3D printing service, for on-demand additive manufacturing. The company, which is a market leader in PEEK and high-performance functional materials, will be of…
French 3D printing company Bombyx Prod has developed a serial additive manufacturing service capable of printing “thousands” of parts per order. One of its 3D printers uses 10 print heads for printing identical parts simultaneously.
PostNord, a communications and logistics company supplying the Nordic region, will make on-demand 3D printed models for users of Sony’s 3D Creator mobile app, which can be used to capture objects via smartphone 3D scanning.
ExOne, an industrial 3D printing company based in North Huntingdon, PA, has partnered with SGL Group to make 3D printed carbon and graphite components under the brand name CARBOPRINT.
Jugnoo, an Indian app for on-demand transport and logistics that specializes in auto-rickshaw rides, has made inroads into the field of additive manufacturing with a new on-demand 3D printing store: Printo.
Hitch3DPrint, a Singapore-based startup, is looking to make metal 3D printing a whole lot more accessible to individuals and small companies. No, it hasn’t released a magically cheap metal 3D printer, but it has come up with a novel system that allows people to pool their metal 3D prints into one large print job.
Nano Dimension, an Israel-based company specializing in 3D printed electronics, has just launched a new service dedicated to 3D printed electronics. The online service is said to be the first of its kind, and will provide companies and individuals with…
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Royal DSM, a Dutch multinational specializing in life and materials sciences, has entered into a new partnership with 3D printing service 3D Hubs. Through the agreement, 3D Hubs customers will now have the opportunity to order their prints in Royal DSM’s Somos PerFORM material.