Category Archives: materials

CRP expands applications for SLS Windform 3D printing materials

CRP Group, an Italian industrial group integrating additive manufacturing processes and innovative materials for product development, has expanded its Windform composite materials line for applications within advanced sectors such as aerospace, automotive and motorsport, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). Offering a wide range of polyamide-based glass and carbon fiber reinforced materials for SLS 3D printing, […]

Oak Ridge scientists develop plant based renewable 3D printing material, 100% improvement on ABS

A team from the Materials Science and Technology Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has published a study describing a significantly improved 3D printing material. Writing in the scientific journal Applied Materials Today, the patent-pending process is described as giving “100% improved inter-layer adhesion strength” when 3D printed. Sustainable 3D printing composites To produce […]

Oak Ridge scientists develop plant based renewable 3D printing material, 100% improvement on ABS

A team from the Materials Science and Technology Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has published a study describing a significantly improved 3D printing material. Writing in the scientific journal Applied Materials Today, the patent-pending process is described as giving “100% improved inter-layer adhesion strength” when 3D printed. Sustainable 3D printing composites To produce […]

3D Printing Industry puts Fiberlogy filaments to the test

Avon Engineering Services Ltd is now the UK distributor/supplier for Fiberlogy, an FFF/FDM 3D printer material manufacturer headquartered in Poland. Recently, the engineering team at 3D Printing Industry were given the opportunity by Avon Engineering to sample Fiberlogy’s material range. Fiberlogy PET-G, Easy PLA and Fiberflex 40D were tested using 3D printable models from the […]

3D printing news Sliced SketchFab, Sinterit, Vivo, MakerBot, HP, ExOne

How can 3D printing reduce a company’s carbon footprint? Can 3D printing materials combat skin infections within amputees? Would you wear 3D printed swimwear accessories? In this edition of Sliced, the 3D Printing Industry news digest, we cover the latest from Renovis Surgical Technologies, Copper 3D, HP, The University of Canterbury and more.   Improving […]

Titomic updates Fincantieri 3D printing agreement for the maritime industry

In an update to its memorandum of understanding (MOU) with shipbuilding company Fincantieri Australia, large-scale metal additive manufacturing company Titomic has signed a Material Science Testing agreement. “We are pleased to kick off this first project with Fincantieri as part of our MoU,” says Titmoic CTO Jeff Laing, “We will be producing test samples at our new […]

Titomic updates Fincantieri 3D printing agreement for the maritime industry

In an update to its memorandum of understanding (MOU) with shipbuilding company Fincantieri Australia, large-scale metal additive manufacturing company Titomic has signed a Material Science Testing agreement. “We are pleased to kick off this first project with Fincantieri as part of our MoU,” says Titmoic CTO Jeff Laing, “We will be producing test samples at our new […]

Nexeo Solutions to distribute Polymaker’s new industrial 3D printing filaments

Nexeo Solutions, a global chemical and plastic products distributor, has announced today its partnership with the Shanghai-based 3D printing materials company Polymaker, to distribute three of its new industrial 3D printing filaments. The C515, C515-FR and SU301 filaments are originally part of Polymaker Industrial, a range of industrial materials aimed towards industrial designers looking for […]

US Army creates new 3D printing concrete composite for rapid construction of buildings

The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), a federal agency under the Department of Defense, has developed and patented a concrete composition that enables 3D printing for building components demanding high structural strength.   Using this composition, the USACE can potentially accelerate construction of buildings for a wider variety of military and civilian operations. Cement […]