Monthly Archives: August 2018

Researchers Improve SLA Printing With Cross-Linking Method

SLA prints are oftentimes quite weak in comparison to various other additive manufacturing methods. This perception of weakness has often help them back from having applications in industrial environments. The mechanical properties of SLA prints can, however, be improved with certain methods, as a new study proves. Researchers at China’s Zhejiang University have shown that cross-linking can […]

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BEEVERYCREATIVE to launch B2X300 3D printer kit – technical specifications and pricing

Portuguese desktop 3D printer provider BEEVERYCREATIVE is to launch a new B2X300 DIY kit at the 2018 TCT Show in the UK. This new FFF/FDM 3D printer kit has been designed based on quantitative and qualitative feedback from customers of the helloBEEprusa kit, released 2015, and studies conducted by the BEEVERYCREATIVE team over the past 3 years. A […]

PwC launches program to train employees in 3D printing, blockchain and more

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), a multinational consultancy firm based in London, has launched a two-year Digital Accelerator program to boost the skills of its employees. The program replaces 1,000 participants’ standard workload with “digital-heavy” client work, projects, and weekly classes focusing on subject matter such as cleansing data, blockchain – a digital ledger of transactional data, and 3D […]

3D Printing News Sliced Renishaw, Nano Dimension, PyroGenesis, Sigma Labs, Nanoscribe, Nanovis

Today’s edition of Sliced, the 3D Printing Industry news digest, features 4D printing materials from the University of Colorado Boulder, Q2 2018 results from PyroGenesis,  FDA 510(k) clearance and $5.5 million investments for Nanovis’ titanium PEEK spinal implants and more. A square peg into a round hole Engineers from the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) have developed […]

U.S. Marines use 3D printing to rapidly construct concrete barrack

The Additive Manufacturing Team at Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC) has 3D printed a concrete barrack in 40 hours. The 500-square-foot barrack was built at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center in Champaign, Illinois. The barrack will serve as a test for further military use of concrete for 3D printing construction. “In active […]

3D printing jobs update: DigiFabster, DyeMansion GmbH, LINK3D, and Hot Pop Factory

Our 3D Printing Industry Job Board continues to grow with users finding new 3D printing careers and employers filling vacancies created by the demand for additive manufacturing specialists. In this 3D printing jobs update, we highlight additive manufacturing enterprises from across Europe and North America who are seeking specialists in marketing and sales. To apply […]