Monthly Archives: August 2018

Renishaw reports record £611.4M turnover for full FY2018

The UK headquartered metrology and additive manufacturing specialist Renishaw (LON:RSW) has published its results for the full fiscal year 2018. Combining hardware sales and support with the company’s healthcare service line, headline revenue for FY 2018 was reported at £611.5 million. For FY2017, revenue was reported at £536.8m. By comparison, FY2018 sees a growth of 14% and […]

WashU’s 3D printed Lotus House debuts at China’s Solar Decathlon

Students from Washington University in St. Louis’ (WashU) Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts and School of Engineering & Applied Science have designed and fabricated a 3D printed energy-efficient residence aptly named the Lotus House. Unveiled earlier this month at the Solar Decathlon China 2018, the Lotus House takes inspiration from the Chinese […]

New 3D printing jobs at University of Exeter, Simplify 3D, BigRep GmbH, and Sinterit

Additive manufacturing jobs are recently in high demand, and 3D Printing Industry provides you the best positions from leading enterprises to make your next career move. Today’s jobs update includes roles from researchers and marketing specialists, to engineers, web developers, and business experts. Create your free account now and apply for 3D printing jobs. Postdoctoral […]

3D-gedrucktes Modell eines Hallenhauses in Görlitz

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Die Geschichte der Görlitzer Hallenhäuser können Besucher der Stadt bis Ende Oktober in einer Ausstellung erkunden. Die Ausstellung «Kaufmannspaläste an der Via Regia» wurde am Samstag von Sachsens Ministerpräsident Michael Kretschmer und Oberbürgermeister Siegfried Deinege eröffnet. Sie zeigt die historische Entstehung der Hallenhäuser im Zuge der Entwicklung der Handelsstadt Görlitz an der Via Regia seit [...]

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NYU Encode Printed Parts With Anti-Counterfeiting QR Cloud

The fight against piracy and counterfeiting is an age old one for many modern industries in the digital age. As such, it’s been been on-going concern for 3D printing for quite a while, especially considering the amount of industrial leaders worrying about losing their printed parts and digital models to counterfeit copies. It’s no surprise […]

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Tokyo Dental College develops one-stop 3D printing lab for medicine and dentistry

Researchers at the Tokyo Dental College, Japan, developed what they’re calling a “one-stop 3D printing lab” for designing and producing inexpensive patient-specific dental models for use in maxillofacial surgery and dentistry.   The published research is titled Utilizing a low-cost desktop 3D printer to develop a “one-stop 3D printing lab” for oral and maxillofacial surgery […]

New modular winder from Brabender professionally rounds off laboratory extrusion lines for filament development

One of the current priorities in the further evolution of additive manufacturing processes such as 3D printing is the “translation” of tried-and-tested polymer materials such as those used in injection molding to the “3D sector”. High-performance, precise winders which provide these filaments at a high, reproducible quality level and which are tailored to the special […]

Stratasys begins shipping Fortus 380mc Carbon Fiber Edition 3D printer

Stratasys has commenced shipping of its latest FDM 3D printer designed to address the growing demand of carbon-fiber composite applications. The Fortus 380mc Carbon Fiber Edition (CFE) industrial 3D printer, priced at $70,000, is the cost-effective option from Stratasys’ high-end production 3D printer range which is priced from $200,000. “Our customers are pushing us for […]

Tel Aviv University researchers propose low-cost microwave metal 3D printer

A team of researchers at Tel Aviv University, Israel, has published a proof of concept study that could lead to cheaper metal 3D printers. The study examines the potential of localized microwave heating (LMH), that could be applied to produce rough, large scale structures at a faster throughput rate. Localized microwave heating additive manufacturing As described in […]