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Beau Jackson
Beau Jackson
Writer based in London, originally from Yorkshire. Fan of lab-on-a-chip technology, microfluidics, scanning, tech-inspired art and 3D Benchy.

3D Printing Industry are in Stuttgart this week to celebrate the opening of Shining3D’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Office. Founded in mainland China, Shining3D provide 3D printing and 3D scanning services for profession [...]

As medicine searches for new ways to improve procedures and patient care, 3D printed and modeled organs have become a valued approach to simulate the conditions of the human body. As not every operation can take a "textbook" appro [...]

Researchers at Pennsylvania State University and Arizona State University have published an article demonstrating the possibility of dissolving support material of 3D printed metal parts. Focusing on the Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) me [...]

Oracle Labs, the research and development branch of multinational computer technology corporation Oracle (NYSE:ORCL), has used Carbon CLIP technology to 3D print a series of end-use brackets for use in its micro servers. 10,000 of [...]

Researchers at the School of Mechanical Engineering in Southeast University, China, have developed an algorithm for stronger, more efficient, 3D printed objects. The study focuses on the Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) method that [...]

Today's 3D printing news in-brief features: GKN Plc, RUSAL, Minecraft, Aleph Objects, 3D Systems, Ai Build, regenHU, Voxeljet, Miam Factory chocolate, e-Nable, Mantis Vision, i Light Marina Bay festival and the 3D printed "Stealth [...]

Premium AEROTEC, a subsidiary of multinational aerospace organization Airbus Group, is collaborating with industrial 3D printing solutions provider EOS and automotive manufacturer Daimler to develop a 3D printing powered smart fac [...]

Industrial machinery manufacturers Sumitomo Heavy Industries (SHI), headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, has bought Massachusetts additive manufacturing developer Persimmon Technologies for ¥3.6 billion ($33 million). The acquisition wi [...]

The aerospace branch of the Liebherr industrial and mechanical engineering company, headquartered in Switzerland, has 3D printed a controlling part of an A380 aircraft. The hydraulic valve was developed in close collaboration with [...]

Professor Marc Clement, chairman of Swansea University's Institute of Life Science in Wales, has given insight into how 3D printing, nanotechnology, and biochemistry will be combined in a project to make smart bandages in the UK. [...]