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Published: 6/14/2019

Protolabs Moving into Production-Level Additive Manufacturing Work
The production launch spotlights Protolabs’ effort to advance in industrial 3D printing beyond prototyping.

Published: 6/13/2019

Marshall Aerospace and Defence 3D-prints aerospace parts
The company is using Stratasys 3D printers for prototype and production parts using composites and other advanced materials.

Published: 6/12/2019

Oerlikon Opens U.S. Facility Devoted to Additive Manufacturing
The facility is intended to serve as an important part of Oerlikon’s additive manufacturing (AM) business in the United States.

Published: 6/6/2019

Anisoprint launches basalt fiber for continuous-fiber 3D printing
The material is said to be 15 times stronger than plastic, five times lighter than steel and 1.5 times stronger and lighter than aluminum. 

Published: 6/5/2019

Evonik, Evolve Additive Solutions to Develop 3D Printing Materials for STEP Process
Companies to work on material development for selective thermoplastic electrophotographic process (STEP) to offer a wider range of thermoplastic material for production of additive manufacturing applications.

Published: 6/5/2019

BASF, Paxis Collaborate on Materials for New 3D Printing Technology
BASF’s Ultracur3D ST 45 reactive urethane photopolymer for tough applications has been reportedly designed to fulfill the requirements of functional applications for high accuracy and mechanical strength.

Published: 5/29/2019

DSM, Adaptive3D Partner to Commercialize New 3D Printable Photopolymer
The partnership will guarantee the availability of the new material in production volumes worldwide.

Published: 5/29/2019

DuPont Introduces New 3D Printing Materials
New pelletized grades reportedly offer customers greater manufacturing agility and cost-effectiveness.

Published: 5/28/2019

Arris Composites raises funding for high-speed composites manufacturing
The new proprietary process is said to produce low-cost carbon fiber composites for aerospace, automotive and other industries.

Published: 5/24/2019

Solvay, Stratasys partner for additive manufacturing
The companies will develop an aerospace-grade polymer for use with Stratasys 3D printers.