Monthly Archives: March 2023

AM Drilldown: Canadian Carbon Credits Could Fuel 3D Printing and More

Canadian Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland unveiled the country’s latest budget, which offers $16.4 billion in tax credits for clean tech manufacturing, clean electricity and hydrogen over the next five years, alongside $500 million in support  carbon capture and storage (CCS). Canada is in the process of using its new national budget to introduce a system […]

The Advanced Manufacturing Talent Pipeline Forming on Chicago’s West Side

Advanced manufacturing can be used as an entry point into many different industries, but finding those opportunities can be challenging. One company in Chicago is creating a pathway within the community to highlight those possibilities. 3Degrees offers a free, eight-week program called AMx, where the goal of this course is to expose adults to the […]

EOS Remains Nimble in Rapidly Changing Metal 3D Printing Industry

German 3D printer manufacturer EOS is not only a pioneer in the additive manufacturing (AM) industry, but it also maintains the market share for metal 3D printing with its own take on laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) technology. However, the industry is rapidly changing, with competition coming in the form of an increasing number of […]

3D Printing News Unpeeled: Cornell Breast Scaffolds, New Prusa MK4

Cornell researchers are working on better breast implants specifically making 3D printed nipple scaffolds for mastectomy patients. Xue Dong aided by Jason Spector and others used the material Poly-4-Hydroxybutyrate or P4HB for the implant. Along with BellaSeno, Lattice Medical, Healshape, anymedi and more the team is working on an emerging area that could be a huge […]

3D Printing News Briefs, March 30, 2023: Rubber 3D Printing Service, Titanium Powder, & More

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, Authentise released its RFQ Responder, and Chromatic launched a rapid custom rubber 3D printing service. Sticking with materials, IperionX and SLM Solutions signed an MoU for titanium powder, and researchers in Madrid developed a 4D printer for smart materials with specific properties. Finally, BAJ and Cooksongold are partnering up […]

Safran purchases NXG XII 600 production system from SLM Solutions

Safran, an international high-tech company operating in the aviation, defense and space markets, has acquired SLM Solutions‘ NXG XII 600 metal 3D printer. The 12-laser production system will be used … The post Safran purchases NXG XII 600 production system from SLM Solutions appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.

ADDMAN purchases two additional Velo3D Sapphire XC printers

ADDMAN, an additive-focused contract manufacturer and engineering firm, has purchased two Sapphire XC printers from Velo3D. The printers will be installed in ADDMAN’s Castheon facility – expanding the company’s existing … The post ADDMAN purchases two additional Velo3D Sapphire XC printers appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.

Hum3D introduces 2023 Sci-Fi Industrial Zone 3D Challenge

Hum3D, a leading platform for 3D artists and enthusiasts, introduced the 2023 Sci-Fi Industrial Zone 3D Challenge. The competition invites 3D artists from around the world to showcase their skills … The post Hum3D introduces 2023 Sci-Fi Industrial Zone 3D Challenge appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.

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