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Published: 5/16/2018

New 3D-Printed Airless Bicycle Tire
Berlin-based 3D printing manufacturer BigRep says it printed the “world’s first” airless bicycle tire using its Pro FLEX material, a TPU-based filament.

Published: 5/16/2018

Additive Manufacturing Magazine Explores Transformative Tooling, Education
The May 2018 issue of Additive Manufacturing magazine explores unconventional applications for 3D-printed tooling and one university’s answer to the AM skills gap, among other stories.

Published: 5/11/2018

3D printing composites with continuous fiber
New composite manufacturing technology for multimaterial, multifunctional composite structures.

Published: 5/5/2018

After the Build Is Done Why Do the Bills Keep Coming?
When your additively manufactured part is done printing, you just pull it out of the machine and start using it, right? Not even close.

Published: 4/20/2018

New 3D-printed prosthetic leg features carbon fiber definitive socket
Additive manufactured thermoplastic carbon fiber definitive prosthetic socket allows for life cycle adjustments without weakening its structure

Published: 4/20/2018

Nanodiamond-Enhanced, PVDF & PEKK 3D Filaments Emerge
Partnerships result in great material additions for additive manufacturing.

Published: 4/15/2018

Why Does My AM Part Cost So Much?
The machine, the facility and the material are just three costs behind the price tag.

Published: 4/8/2018

3D Printer Enables Toolmaker to Produce Fixturing, End-Use Parts
A 3D printer helped a tooling manufacturer quickly and cost-effectively create fixturing for its tools and, eventually, end-use parts for customers.

Published: 4/4/2018

Composites at AeroDef 2018
Highlights from the Aerospace Defense Manufacturing Conference – AeroDef 2018 include new technologies for tooling, drilling/machining and inspection of advanced composites.

Published: 3/29/2018

Biomimicry in 3D printing?
New rotational 3D printing method developed by Harvard researchers allows engineered composites to mimic nature.

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