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Published: 5/8/2019

Continuous Composites, Spatial partner to advance composite 3D printing
As part of the partnership, Continuous Composites will use Spatial Corp.’s 3D software to advance its robotic continuous-fiber 3D printing technology.

Published: 5/8/2019

Vartega awarded $255k in grant funding
Vartega was recently awarded grants from the National Science Foundation and the state of Colorado for R&D into carbon fiber polymer powder for additive manufacturing applications, and for expansion of its advanced material recycling p...

Published: 5/2/2019

New research collaboration to advance efforts to 3D print with wood products
The ORNL and UMaine research team will work with the forest products industry to produce new bio-based materials that will be conducive to 3D printing a variety of products.

Published: 4/22/2019

NCAMP releases first additive manufacturing qualification program
The National Center for Advanced Materials Performance’s first qualified additive material is ULTEM 9085 resin from Stratasys.

Published: 4/17/2019

Markforged to build European headquarters in Dublin, Ireland
The Dublin headquarters is expected to hire 100 new employees and serve as phase one for the 3D printer manufacturer’s global growth initiative.

Published: 4/16/2019

Arkema and 3DXTech Bring FluorX Material To Ultimaker’s Cura Marketplace
The new PVDF-based filament is specifically designed for printing highly technical 3D parts that require extreme performance.

Published: 4/11/2019

Lincoln Electric Acquires Custom Tooling Provider
Baker Industries is expected to complement Lincoln Electric’s automation portfolio and its new metal additive manufacturing (AM) service business that will launch in mid-2019.

Published: 4/10/2019

Emery launches 3D-printed eBike frame
The Emery ONE, the world’s first 3D-printed eBike, was developed in collaboration with Arevo, Franco Bicycles and Bosch.

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.