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2025 Renault 5 E-Tech Electric Is Latest Car with 3D Printed Accessories 

Due to the required numbers, additive manufacturing (AM) has struggled to make significant inroads into vehicle interiors in meaningful numbers—at least as far as public knowledge is concerned. Typically an expensive technology, 3D printing can’t compete with the scale required for mass produced cars. For that reason, AM for end parts is usually relegated to […]

3DPOD Episode 189: AMUG President Shannon VanDeren

Shannon VanDeren is a consultant in the 3D printing industry, focusing on implementation and integration for her company, Layered Manufacturing and Consulting. For nearly ten years, she has been involved with the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG), culminating in her role as the organization’s President. Her extensive career includes positions at 3D Systems, Materialise, and […]

Michelin acquires sixth AddUp FormUp 350 metal 3D printer

Michelin Molding Solutions (MMS) in Greenville, SC purchased their second FormUp 350 Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) machine from AddUp, following the successful installation and operation of their first one in … The post Michelin acquires sixth AddUp FormUp 350 metal 3D printer appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.

10 Stunning Pieces of 3D Printed Fashion Defining the 21st Century

Fashion’s visionaries never stop exploring new horizons, blending the latest technology with classic elegance. This tradition of innovation is not new. Historically, fashion icons pioneered the use of contemporary technologies and materials of their times. Coco Chanel reimagined jersey fabric for luxury wear in the 1910s, while Gianni Versace’s avant-garde use of materials like chainmail, […]

UBC researchers 3D print antennas using a new MXenes compound

According to the University of British Colombia (UBC), Okanagan School of Engineering researchers, in collaboration with Drexel University, have created a new compound that can be used to 3D print … The post UBC researchers 3D print antennas using a new MXenes compound appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.

Polystruder launches upgraded GR PRO R3 plastic shredder

Polystruder, an innovator in plastic recycling technology, has launched the Polystruder GR PRO R3, the third iteration of its plastic shredder system. This product seamlessly integrates AI technology to redefine … The post Polystruder launches upgraded GR PRO R3 plastic shredder appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.

3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: March 3, 2024

In this week’s roundup, we have a lot of events taking place, including SPE’s ANTEC 2024, Futurebuild, the AAOP Annual Meeting, JEC World, and more. Stratasys continues its training courses, Solid Print3D is hosting a workshop for post-processing solutions, and the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing is offering a seminar on 3D printing for fashion […]

3D Printing News Briefs, March 2, 2024: 3D Printed Firearms, FDA Clearance, & More

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re starting with a proof of concept for 3D printing recyclable construction waste materials to make molds. Researchers investigated the relevance of forensic firearm examination techniques for 3D printed guns, and Triastek received FDA clearance for its gastric retention product. Moving on to business and robotic 3D printing, Meltio […]

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