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Published: 4/7/2019

Injection Molding & 3D Printing Combine to Make ‘Impossible’ Parts
Stereolithography cavity inserts can be injected with thermoplastic, then removed from the mold and dissolved away to leave a complex-shaped part.

Published: 4/4/2019

Victrex to Make Multi-Million Euro Investment in Bond 3D Technology
Victrex and Bond will initially focus their new collaboration on demonstrating the potential in the spine and the semiconductor segments. 

Published: 3/29/2019

AFRL research advances 3D printable CF/epoxy composites
The Air Force Research Laboratory and university partners will soon publish the results of a research project aimed at 3D printing lighter, stronger composites for Air Force aircraft.

Published: 3/27/2019

Plastics Industry Fly-In on March 27
This year’s Fly-In attendees will hold over 100 meetings with elected officials and their staff on the Hill

Published: 3/25/2019

Solvay, Aerosint Partner to Develop SLS Printing Process for High-Performance Polymers
Solvay has entered a research collaboration agreement with Aerosint to develop an economically viable SLS printing process for high-performance polymers.

Published: 3/25/2019

Markforged raises $82 million to expand product line
The continuous fiber composite 3D printing pioneer will use capital to accelerate mass production printers, global expansion and new materials, such as FR aerocomposites.

Published: 3/19/2019

AeroLas targets carbon fiber yarn industrialization
Munich-based AeroLas specializes in air-bearing technology and has used it to develop a system that allows for discontinuous carbon fiber to be spun with thermoplastic fibers. Potential applications include 3D printing.

Published: 3/15/2019

Composites One and IACMI to host two-day workshop
The workshop, called “the Evolution of Composites,” will be held March 20-21 at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn., U.S.

Published: 3/13/2019

Victrex and Bond partner for 3D printing PAEK parts
The companies are collaborating to combine Victrex’s PAEK material expertise and Bond’s 3D printing technology for an accelerated pathway to 3D-printed PAEK part production.

Published: 3/11/2019

CRP Technology revises commercial strategy for Windform materials
CRP Technology has announced that it will no longer sell its Windform composite materials to service bureaus for the toll-manufacture of 3D printing components.