Category Archives: 3DP Applications

3D Printing News Sliced: Blue Origin, Digital Alloys, COBOD, 3D Hubs, Euspen, DTU

In this edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced, we have news from Blue Origin, Digital Alloys, COBOD, 3D Hubs, and Euspen. Read on to learn more about advanced precision in 3D printing, a home-made 3D printed smartwatch, and rebuilding Notre Dame Cathedral. The launch of 3D printed end-use parts Blue Origin, the aerospace […]

3ntr integrates 3D printing into Goglio’s standard packaging line

Italian 3D printer provider 3ntr has confirmed a partnership with Milanese packaging company Goglio SpA. Working together since 2016, 3ntr machine have helped Goglio integrate 3D printed parts into its packaging machinery, many of which have now become standard components. According to Olivier Gallati, Goglio Machine Development Manager, “We tried to use injection molding, but to […]

Nano Dimension creates 3D printed IoT communication device for smart homes

Israel-based 3D printer manufacturer Nano Dimension has announced a functioning 3D printed communications device to be used in smart homes and products. Reportedly the first fully operational Internet of things (IoT) device produced using additive manufacturing, the prototype was printed, tested and assembled in 18 hours. Nano Dimension claims this production method is 90% faster […]

$3.7M allocated to AMNOW 3D printing integration program for the U.S. Army and southwest PA

The National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM), additive manufacturing accelerator America Makes, and Pennsylvania-based consultancy Catalyst Connection, have announced the launch of an additive manufacturing program for the U.S Army. The program, called AMNOW, is funded by the U.S. Army and aims to support the integration of additive manufacturing into the force’s existing supply chains […]

Sandvik Coromant introduces new 3D printed metal cutting tool to improve productivity

Swedish tooling systems manufacturer Sandvik Coromant has introduced a new milling cutter with a metal 3D printed head. A first for the company, the component marks a move toward the company’s involvement in 3D printing for end-use production. An overarching trend for the 3D printing industry,end use production has become a key aim for many […]

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 […]

Sculpteo and Netlooks put custom eyewear to the test with 3D printing

Paris-headquartred service bureau Sculpteo has confirmed a new 3D printing collaboration with Netlooks, a specialist in handmade eyewear also based in France. Together the two companies applied 3D printing to produce eyewear test frames that can fit to a customer’s profile through a multitude of part combinations. These test frames are used as a “fitting step” […]

3D Printing Industry News Sliced: Stratasys, Markforged, XYZprinting and more

In this week’s edition of the 3D Printing Industry news digest Sliced, you can find the latest stories from an expanding filament to mobile phone security,  3D printed art pieces at Milano Design, and life-size comic book characters. We also cover the latest updates from the likes of Stratasys, Markforged, PyroGenesis and WASP. Read on for […]

AREVO creates 3D Printed carbon fiber Unibody Frames for Emery EBike, partners with Franco Bicycles

AREVO, a Silicon Valley company dedicated to direct digital additive manufacturing of composite materials, has partnership with Franco Bicycles, a Californian boutique bike manufacturer, to deliver 3D printed carbon fiber frames for a new line of eBikes. Under the Emery bikes brand, the single-piece unibody frames have been integrated into the Emery ONE eBike, which […]

Protolabs offers £50,000 Cool Idea Award scheme for 3D printing

Protolabs, an award-winning on-demand manufacturing provider, is offering a £50,000 grant scheme in Europe for creators and early-stage companies to realize innovate products using 3D printing technologies. Through its design competition, the Cool Idea Award, Protolabs is providing its range of services including additive manufacturing, CNC machining, and injection molding to help bring these new products […]