Coast Guard Turns to 3D Printing for Lighthouse Repairs February 27
Fast-growing Israeli-based venture ioTech is showcasing at LOPEC 2024 (March 6 and 7 in Munich, Germany), the International Exhibition and Conference for Flexible, Organic and Printed Electronics, how its disruptive digital … The post ioTech shapes a the flexible future of 3D printed electronics appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.
Nick Estock who has been with AddUp since 2021 stepped into the role of Deputy Chief Executive Officer earlier this year succeeding Rush LaSelle as the leader in North America. … The post Nick Estock is the new CEO of AddUp North America appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.
Printing Money returns with Episode 15! This month, NewCap Partners‘ Danny Piper is joined by Scott Dunham, Executive Vice President of Research at Additive Manufacturing (AM) Research, and Matthias Schmidt-Lehr, Executive Partner at AMPOWER. Last month, we zoomed out with The Association for Manufacturing Technology’s Chris Chidzik and examined the broader manufacturing market. This month, we […]
Ai Build, a London-based additive manufacturing software developer, has entered an official reseller partnership with WEBER Additive, a German family-run enterprise and manufacturer of extruder technology. The partnership will combine … The post Ai Build enters reseller partnership with WEBER Additive appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.
Global auto giant BMW Group has developed custom spike plates for the German Bobsleigh team, manufacturing the metal athletic gear using powder bed fusion (PBF) 3D printing. Bobsledders wear cleats for traction on the ice when pushing the sled to start a race, but the shoes used in bobsledding typically rely on spikes that are […]
Dutch startup Monumental has emerged from stealth with $25 million dollars in funding for its bricklaying robotic system. Whether or not its technology can be categorized as “additive construction” is debatable, but, nevertheless, the company is sure to impact the large construction automation industry Founded in 2021 by CEO Salar al Khafaji and CTO Sebastiaan Visser, […]
When it emerged on the market in 2016, Israel’s XJet was one of the most promising startups in the additive manufacturing (AM) industry. Promising a user-friendly method for producing extremely detailed metal parts, it was on the precipice of disrupting the metal 3D printing segment. However, XJet seemed to stumble its market entry when it […]