Category Archives: 3DP Applications

3D Printing News Sliced CERN, GE Additive, Evonik, ExOne, Stephen Nigro

Today’s edition of Sliced, 3D Printing Industry’s news digest, features new powdered materials, Stephen Nigro’s departure from HP, Cody Wilson, Wallace & Gromit, Ricoh, solid oxide fuel cells, a heavy metal Thomas Edison and more. Robo-Gromit, Swarovski crystals and Thomas Edison An interactive Gromit dog from Aardman Animations’s classic Wallace & Gromit comedy series is causing […]

AML Technologies wire arc additive manufacturing facility awarded maritime certification

Large-scale metal 3D printing bureau AML Technologies, headquartered in Tranmere, Australia, has become the first company to receive additive manufacturing facility qualification from Lloyd’s Register (LR). The accreditation has been granted to AML’s facility that specializes in wire-arc additive manufacturing, a process gaining particular popularity in the maritime sector. Andy Sales, Managing Director at AML, comments: “Third-party inspection […]

New Hudson Façades saves $50k per quarter with Rize One 3D printer

Architectural glass specialist New Hudson Façades (NHF) is reportedly saving up to $50 thousand per quarter with a new, round-the-clock 3D printing facility. The company has installed a Rize One 3D printer at its office in Pennsylvania to produce custom tooling and fixtures for its large-scale projects. According to Andrew Black, Engineering Manager at NHF, “I put […]

3D printed ballet shoe eases the pain of dancers

Hadar Neeman, a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, has designed and 3D printed a pain-reducing durable ballet shoe. As part of her final university project, Neeman designed the custom 3D printed pointe ballet shoe called P-rouette. A pointe shoe is customarily worn by ballet dancers to dance en pointe. This […]

MELD additive manufacturing selected by U.S. Army for vehicle repair

No-melt metal 3D printing technology from Virginia’s MELD Manufacturing has been selected for Phase 1 of the U.S. Army’s Expeditionary Technology Search, XTechSearch. The proposal, submitted by MELD, is to use its technology for the maintenance and repair of military vehicles, fulfilling the XTechSearch Next Generation Combat Vehicle (NGCV) technology focus area. “The MELD™ technology is […]

3D printing news Sliced GE Additive, Toll Group, EnvisionTEC, Markforged

Today in the Sliced 3D printing news digest, we take a look inside Canada’s first Marine Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence; study colorful 3D printing; explore 3D printed castles; and conduct some heavy lifting. GE Additive, Toll Group, Xometry, EnvisionTec, Markforged and more all feature below. Read on to find out more. Getting educated A study conducted […]

3D Printhuset 3D printed houses backed by Antwerp

3D Printhuset, a Danish 3D printing reseller, service provider and developer, has reportedly won the “first EU tender ever for a construction 3D printer” with Kamp C in Belgium. The sustainability and innovation driver for construction in Antwerp Province, Kamp C has acquired Printhuset’s BOD2 3D printer and plans to use the machine in its […]

3D printing will be the winner of the next World Cup

John Dogru the co-founder and CEO of 3DPrinterOS, the world’s first operating system for 3D printers. Previously he was former lead engineer at Dell,  as well as a founder of multiple other tech start-ups. His 20 years of experience in automated manufacturing and software development give him a unique vantage point into the future of […]

Introducing CUDA: the 3D printed underwater jetpack

Archie O’Brien is a design student at Loughborough University. For his final project, in collaboration with service bureau 3D Hubs, O’Brien has applied 3D printing to the creation of a novel, patent-pending jetpack for underwater exploration. Look out Aquaman… How it’s made O’Brien’s smooth underwater jetpack is called CUDA, and was created in response to heavy and […]

FIT Additive Manufacturing Group teams up to save the reefs

Boston Ceramics, a member of the FIT Additive Manufacturing Group, has released an update of its work for an initiative using 3D printing to help save the world’s coral reefs. Building upon several years research into the behavior and breeding of coral by international non-profit organization SECORE International, Boston Ceramics is helping to provide objects […]