Monthly Archives: März 2017

3D printing metal powder maker Metalysis invests £10m in Materials Discovery Centre

Pioneering metal powder company Metalysis continues to go from strength to strength since a £20m investment was pledged to the company last year by a handful of private backers. The latest stage for this UK-based manufacturer of 3D printing-ready metal powders will see around £10m of this investment spent, mostly on the establishment of a brand new research centre. A gala opening ceremony to celebrate the launch of the centre took place last night, with around 200 distinguished guests in attendance.

Ministry of Supply Debuts 3D Robotic Knitting Machine

Boston based fashion brand Ministry of Supply has debuted a clothing manufacture based 3D printing machine built in collaboration with Shima Seiki. Both companies are leveraging the advantages of 3D printing and apply them to wide-scale clothing manufacture. Their solution was the Mach2XS, a 3D robotic knitting machine. So far, the companies are using it […]

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Call to increase number of women at additive manufacturing conferences

Julie Reece is the Vice President of Marketing at Massachusetts based 3D printer company Rize Inc. On the closing day of this year's AMUG conference, Reece spoke ...

Call to increase number of women at additive manufacturing conferences

Julie Reece is the Vice President of Marketing at Massachusetts based 3D printer company Rize Inc. On the closing day of this year's AMUG conference, Reece spoke ...