How do you honor a hip hop legend using 3D printing? Why 3D print vases made from human tissue? How is an accountancy firm using 3D printed prosthesis? And, finally, how is 3D printing launching satellites into space? Today in Sliced, our 3D Printing Industry news digest, we answer the following questions: Read on for […]
Chicago-based advanced digital manufacturing company Fast Radius, and Bastian Solutions, the material handling division of Toyota Advanced Logistics, recently debuted the Bastian Solutions Shuttle System, a robotic materials handler with 3D printed parts. 3D Printing Industry spoke with Lou Rassey, CEO of Fast Radius, Hans Leidenfrost, Lead Robotics Design Engineer, Bastian Solutions, and Scott Schiller, […]
Applications of drones are more and more diverse, as th […]
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Phillips Corporation, a Maryland-based supplier of industrial machinery solutions, has launched an additive manufacturing training service for federal facilities called MyAM. The company, who offers 3D printing systems from EOS and Optomec, recently welcomed Howard Marotto, a U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Colonel, to its Business Development team. Marotto has experience in implementing additive manufacturing technologies into the […]
Among all the things 3D printing can improve, today, we […]
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Leading industrial 3D printer manufacturer EOS has awarded its Additive Manufacturing Quality (AMQ) certification to Japanese engineering service provider Herada Vehicle Design (HVD). This is the first AMQ certification in Japan, and it was awarded to HVD due to its position and commitment to quality production within the part manufacturing industry, and enables the company […]
The U.S Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has collaborated with researchers from the University of Arkansas, the University of Miami, Louisiana Tech University and the University of Texas at El Paso to develop 3D printable epoxy/carbon fiber composites. Such materials are set to be used in the production of 3D printed structural parts on air and […]
While it might be crazy to think of solving a plastic crisis with plastics molds CRÈME, a Brooklyn-based creative design firm, has developed a concept which does just that. The firm’s idea is to use 3D printed moulds to create 100% biodegradable and compostable tableware made from gourd fruits. Jun Aizaki, the owner and principal of […]
Engineers from the Technical University of Ostrava (VŠB -TUO) in the Czech Republic and Renishaw, a UK based 3D printer manufacturer, have collaborated to create the first 3D printed scooter with a stainless steel bionic frame. Seeking to commercialize a new way of production in the future, the partners created this scooter, weighing an estimated […]