Category Archives: tangible solutions

3D Printing news Sliced: Fiberlogy, Robot Factory, Stratasys, CECIMO and more

This week’s edition of Sliced, the 3D Printing Industry news digest features the first ever PMMA-cast public sculpture in the UK, rapid circuit board construction and the 1,000th patient to receive heart treatment with aid of 3D printing. We also cover Fiberlogy, Robot Factory, Autodesk, Stratasys Direct, BigRep, Reaction Engines, voxeljet, Protolabs and more. Robust materials and continuous 3D printing  Polish filament provider Fiberlogy […]

Tangible Solutions validates repeatability of 3D printed spinal implants

Tangible Solutions, an Ohio-based manufacturer of medical devices, has validated the quality and consistency of its 3D printed titanium spinal implants. The results of this validation were published in a recent study. “Additive manufacturing has transitioned from a prototype-only mentality to production-centric technology and as a valid production choice, it begs the question: How reliably […]

Tangible Solutions expands 3D printing facility to meet medical implant demand

Contract 3D printed implant manufacturer Tangible Solutions, has announced the expansion of its facility in Fairborn, Ohio. The site, which has gradually grown in size over the past five years, has now gained another 6,000 sq. ft. in order to support market demand. Adam Clark, Tangible Solutions CEO, comments, “Our customers have been very complimentary about […]

The best medical, dental and healthcare applications of 3D printing 2018

With the 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards only a few weeks away, we take a look at what our readers consider the best medical, dental and healthcare applications of 3D printing. Make your vote for these, or another application, on the voting form now. Digital dentistry, disruptive technology and functional materials Medical, dental and healthcare […]

The 3D Printing Industry Awards nominations update

The nomination period for the 1st Annual 3D Printing Industry Awards is still open we have been overwhelmed with the response. Here is an update on some …