Category Archives: 3DP Applications

The New Raw launches zero waste lab for recycled 3D printed furniture

The New Raw, a Dutch research and design studio, has launched its first zero waste lab in Thessaloniki, north Greece. As part of the Print Your City project, citizens can utilise ordinary household plastic waste to design and 3D print benches, using specialised customisation software. To promote the project to locals, The New Raw showcased […]

3D Printing News Sliced GoldenEye, Renishaw, Techniplas, Intel

3D printing to preserve dinosaur fossils; bringing back GoldenEye 007; metal powder production in China; 3D athlete tracking – all this and more inside today’s edition of Sliced, our 3D printing news digest. 3D print your own Golden Gun Conservationists from the Birmingham Museums Trust have used 3D printing to replace some of the missing bones […]

Dagoma and TBWA campaign to discourage 3D printing of guns

Dagoma, a French 3D printer manufacturer has recruited the help of international advertisement agency TBWA/Paris, to frustrate the spread of 3D printed guns. To do this, TBWA/Paris has generated and disseminated fake and unusable digital files of 3D printable guns. François Claux, Creative Art Director at TBWA, said, “To fight the spread of these guns, […]

3D Printing News Sliced Lancashire3D, Arburg, LUNOVU, ExOne

This edition of Sliced, our 3D printing news digest, features new 3D printers, innovative 3D printed edibles, ergonomic designs, and more. Full metal jacket A Shenzhen-based 3D printer manufacturer, Panda3D, has built a full metal body SLA 3D printer called Paladin. The printer has 50μm XY resolution and a printing area of 15x13x73 cm. In […]

3D Printing News Sliced Nano Dimension, UNIZ Tech, Lockheed Martin, Roland DGA

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced, we feature new 3D printers for 2019, the expansion of Nano Dimension, Dr. Adrian Bowyer, glitter bombs and more. Adding more the additive industry UNIZ Tech, a California-based start-up has released its SLASH2 3D printer, an SLA machine for precision manufacturing. The printer uses UNIZ’s proprietary Uni-Directional […]

Lightning McQueen achieves cool production rates through 3D printing

Smoby, a French toy manufacturer has collaborated with the IPC Industrial Technical Center for Plastics and Composites, and Belgian software provider, Materialise, to integrate metal 3D printing into toy production.  Together, the partners have created metal 3D printed molds which optimize the production of miniature Lightning McQueen cars, the protagonist of the animated Pixar movie, […]

Neutrogena to launch personalised 3D printed face masks

Neutrogena, the American skincare brand of the multinational healthcare company, Johnson & Johnson, has introduced its customizable 3D printed face mask. Known as the MaskiD, this beauty venture uses photographs from a smartphone to micro 3D print a face mask suited to the consumer’s skin type and desired treatment. Speaking to Condé Nast beauty publication […]

3D Printing Industry review of the year October 2018

For the 3D printing industry, October 2018 was a month of progress and milestones. This month brought an extinct species back to life, and Apple’s 3D printer closer to birth. Flying higher with 3D printing October was a big month for GE Additive. The company announced a landmark event in the history of aviation and […]

3D Printing Industry Review of the Year May 2018

3D printing in May 2018 saw the launch of our second annual 3D Printing Industry Awards (2019 nominations now open) and marked the 10th Anniversary of the RepRap movement. In applications, some of the most popular articles included medical breakthroughs. We were also given the exclusive opportunity to see the latest machines coming to market. […]

3D Printing Industry Review of the Year April 2018

In April 2018, automotive and architecture dominated on the 3D printing applications front. This month, 3D Printing Industry also became an official media partner of AMUG, one of the most exclusive groups in the industry – and we featured big releases from the likes of Stratasys, BMW, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Markforged. 3D Printing […]