Category Archives: 3DP Applications

3D Printing Industry Review of the Year January 2018

And it’s a Happy New Year! In January 2018 the 3D printing industry got off to a flying start. To learn more about what to expect from the next 12 months, we gathered the insights of over 30 additive manufacturing experts, including insights from CES 2018, and a look back to the patents granted in […]

3D printing news Sliced: the Bloodhound project, Okuma, Stratasys, Nano Dimension

Today in Sliced, our 3D printings news digest, we take a glance at the latest restructuring at Aleph Objects; delve into the Bloodhound supersonic car; seek out the latest 3D printer releases; and even find a robot capable of playing holiday tunes… Companies featured in this article include Snapmaker, Hensoldt, Okuma, Nano Dimension, MIT Enterprise Forum […]

WATCH: Cytosurge 3D printing realizes new class of “impossible objects”

Working with Professor Kokichi Sugihara, mathematician and master of illusion, Swiss micro 3D printing company Cytosurge has realized a class of so-called “impossible objects” in 3D. Better known as optical illusions, these microscopic impossible objects demonstrate the potential of Cytosurge’s FluidFM technology, and push the boundaries of optical physics. 3D printing illusions At Meiji University […]

3D printing news Sliced Additive Industries, PyroGenesis, axial3D, Rocket Lab

In this edition of 3D printing news digest – Sliced, we have news about the launch of a 3D printed rocket, a 3D printer for construction, atomized metals for additive manufacturing and much more. Read on to know more about Hamilton Labs, PyroGenesis, axial3D, and Rocket Lab. Taking AM around the world Additive Industries, a […]

3D printing news Sliced Additive Industries, PyroGenesis, axial3D, Rocket Lab

In this edition of 3D printing news digest – Sliced, we have news about the launch of a 3D printed rocket, a 3D printer for construction, atomized metals for additive manufacturing and much more. Read on to know more about Hamilton Labs, PyroGenesis, axial3D, and Rocket Lab. Taking AM around the world Additive Industries, a […]

nScrypt enhances U.S Army’s additive manufacturing capabilities with Factory in a Tool platform

nScrypt, a 3D printer and microdispensing system manufacturer based in Florida, has delivered its 3Dn-1000 multi-material Factory in a Tool (FiT) platform to the U.S. Army’s Redstone Arsenal base in Alabama. The FiT platform is capable of 3D printing, milling, polishing, pick and place, and post-processing in one tool for complete Printed Circuit Structure (PCS) […]

3D printing news Sliced: CERN, HP Foundation, APWORKS, Phrozen, Etch-a-Sketch

Today in Sliced – what to 3D print for Christmas; UK hospitals call for more 3D printing in healthcare; a bioprinter is launched into space; and all the latest business deals from APWORKS, Sigma Labs, XJet, Sculpteo and more. Sigma Labs partners with Fraunhofer, CERN integrates AM automation 3D printing quality assurance software provider Sigma […]

3D printing news Sliced: CERN, HP Foundation, APWORKS, Phrozen, Etch-a-Sketch

Today in Sliced – what to 3D print for Christmas; UK hospitals call for more 3D printing in healthcare; a bioprinter is launched into space; and all the latest business deals from APWORKS, Sigma Labs, XJet, Sculpteo and more. Sigma Labs partners with Fraunhofer, CERN integrates AM automation 3D printing quality assurance software provider Sigma […]

French athletes develop customised 3D printed shooting equipment

3D printing and guns have long made headlines for the wrong reason. Poland’s Zortrax may be hoping this time is different. Professional French athletes are utilizing Zortrax 3D printers to create customized sports equipment. Athletics 3D, a French sports equipment manufacturer, is working with Polish 3D printer and materials manufacturer Zortrax and Celine and Sandrine […]