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European Defence Agency to assess use of 3D printing as part of military operations

The European Defence Agency has announced it will run a 3D printing lab as part of its new European Tactical Airlift Centre (ETAC) in Zaragoza, Spain. The EDA aims to evaluate the [...]

3D printing to take off at 2017’s International Paris Air Show

As an early adopter of 3D printing technologies, the aerospace industry has a lot to show in its applications for aircraft parts. A showcase of the best in aviation, the Paris Air [...]

Rocket Lab set for first launch of Electron rocket with 3D printed engine

Californian company Rocket Lab will launch its first Electron rocket into space this week, equipped with a 3D printed Rutherford engine. Launching from the Mahia peninsula on the E [...]

The 3D Printing Industry Awards Gala Dinner

Tomorrow the 3D Printing Industry Awards will take place at Chelsea Old Town Hall, London. This week we have been busy putting together all the last minute touches to the event, en [...]

3D Printing News Sliced: FATHOM, Desktop Metal, Sculpteo, ETH Zurich

Slicing the latest 3D printing news, featuring: FATHOM, Desktop Metal, Additive Industries, Kaak Group, ETH Zurich, Sculpteo, EOS, RSC2, CSIRO, Lezar3D and Metal Gear Solid. Fathom [...]

Arconic grants University of Sheffield $100,000 to prepare students for Industry 4.0

The charitable foundation of global technology, engineering and advanced manufacturing company Arconic (NYSE:ARNC) has granted the UK's University of Sheffield a grant of $100,000 [...]

3D Printing The Next Five Years by Jonathan Schroeder, President 3D Platform

This is a guest post in our series looking at the future of 3D Printing. To celebrate 5 years of reporting on the 3D printing industry, we’ve invited industry leaders and 3D printi [...]

Interview with Museum in a Box – putting collections into people’s hands with the help of 3D printing

Museum in a Box is an organization established by George Oates, a founding designer at Flickr, and inventor of Flickr Commons. The product created by the team is a Raspberry-Pi pow [...]

Oxford Performance Materials launches OXFAB–Ni, Nickel-Plated PEKK to replace aluminum alloys

Oxford Performance Materials (OPM) has commercially launched its new 3D printing material that combines PEKK (Polyetherketoneketone) with nickel, named OXFAB®–Ni. With the material [...]

Rice University receives $5 million grant for 3D printed cancer research

Rice University in Houston, Texas, has received a grant for $5 million from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT). The money is enabling the university to c [...]