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3D printing could save our coral reefs

Most of the environmental changes in the present times are taking the earth closer to the loss of biodiversity. Environmentalists are worried that the vast coral reefs under the ocean are subject to risk of extinction in the comin [...]

Dymax O&C Releases New Bomar® Oligomers Guide

Dymax Oligomers & Coatings has released an enhanced Bomar® Oligomers Selector Guide which streamlines product selection. The guide includes new products specifically developed to satisfy the performance requirements of emergin [...]

AREVO Announces $7M Series A Funding Round

One of the first companies addressing 3D printing of composite materials for production applications, announced a $7M Series A funding round led by Khosla Ventures. Vijit Sabnis from Khosla Ventures will also join the AREVO Board [...]

UCrobtics Release uC3DP Private Cloud

Beijing UCrobtics Ltd. have officially released their 'uC3DP Private Cloud', a 3D printing system solution. This is different from other 3D printing cloud box services and this one of the first Private Cloud systems in China. So w [...]

Markforged Releases Micro-Carbon Reinforced Nylon

Markforged, the designer and manufacturer of a carbon fiber 3D printer, breaks new ground making their incredibly strong parts even stronger. Available for use in the hard-wearing Mark Two Enterprise system, new Onyx nylon deliver [...]

Top 10 3D printed construction innovations

Nobody could have envisaged that one day we could really print a house when 3D printing was in its infancy. But here we are, just 30 years later and it’s happening. The housing market is watching additive manufacturing with a curi [...]

Qatar 3D prints football stadiums for wind tunnel testing

Qatar University has turned to 3D printing to check whether the ambitious designs for the 2022 World Cup stadiums will actually work. The Middle Eastern nation is famous for its searing heat and the biggest competition in the foot [...]

Bristol University close to printing bone and cartilage

Bristol University has produced a bio-ink that prints stem cells that develop into complex tissues like bone and cartilage. So true bioprinting is one step closer now. At the moment, bioprinting is very much in the experimental st [...]

IAAC: Minibuilders, small robots with big ambitions

Minibuilders could be the next big technological leap in the construction industry after the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia revealed the small robots with grand ambitions. The plan with Minibuilders was to 3D pri [...]

GE Hitachi Selected for DoE 3D printing project

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced that GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) has been selected to lead a $2 million additive manufacturing research project. GEH will lead the project by producing sample replacement parts [...]