BigRep and Bosch Rexroth today announced a development partnership: For the first time, 3D printers by BigRep will be equipped with state-of-art CNC control systems and drives by Bosch Rexroth.
SHINING 3D, the industry leader in 3D digitizing and 3D printing technologies since 2004, has announced a new partnership with ArtSystems, one of the largest value-added distributor and service providers for resellers in the UK.
GE Additive today announced that it has launched its Manufacturing Partner Network (MPN), an open, competitive marketplace aiming to accelerate both supply and demand for additive manufacturing. The first three Manufacturing Partners (MPs) to join the…
Prodways Group announced today that it has acquired the US 3D printer company Solidscape, a subsidiary of Stratasys since May 2011.
HP has partnered with Guangdong (Dali) 3D Printing Collaborative Innovation Platform to open a new production-grade 3D printing center in China, the world’s largest manufacturing market.
San Diego, California-based 3D printer manufacturer Robo 3D has announced the acquisition of educational 3D printing platform MyStemKits. Founded in 2013, MyStemKits is currently the owner of the largest online library of STEM curriculums incorporating…
Formlabs announced today that it has raised another $30 million in Series C funding led by Tyche Partners. This latest round includes participation from Shenzhen Capital Group and UpNorth Investment Limited, as well as existing investors DFJ, Pitango and Foundry Group. The Series C round puts the Somerville, Massachusetts-based 3D printing company’s total funding to $85 million.
This week was chock-full of exciting 3D printing news, especially for the medical industry. Not only did Materialise achieve FDA approval for its medical 3D printing software, but Open Bionics also made a world first with its Hero Arm. Read more storie…
Sciaky, Inc., the metal additive manufacturing (AM) specialist pioneering the use of Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) 3D printing, has entered into an agreement with Farcco Tecnologia to increase sales of its 3D printers in Brazil.
Metalysis, a UK manufacturer of 3D printable metal alloy powders, has raised £12 million ($17 million) from investors. The funding will help the company pursue its Generation 4 (Gen4) industrial-scale expansion initiative and will go towards establishing cutting-edge post-processing facilities, metal feedstock, and more.