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Corey Clarke
Corey Clarke
Corey has a keen interest in 3D printing and all tech-related news, as well as the wider impact of additive manufacturing.

Ford has replaced retiring CEO and President, Mark Fields, with former Ford Smart Mobility boss, Jim Hackett, in a move expected to see the company ramp up its use of advanced technology and 3D printing. With the change, Ford Moto [...]

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 possibility of implementing 3D printing technology [...]

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 East coast of New Zealand, the Electron rocket is s [...]

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 becomes Diamond Partner with Desktop Metal North [...]

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

Singapore manufacturing bureau 3D Metalforge has opened the first end-to-end metal 3D printing facility in the country. The Additive Manufacturing Centre (AMC) was opened by CEO Matthew Waterhouse, alongside Singapore's Minister f [...]

American engineering company, AECOM (NYSE:ACM) has announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Chinese 3D printing company WinSun, otherwise known as Yingchuang Building Technique. AECOM, headquartered in Los [...]

Franco-Italian aerospace company Thales Alenia Space aims to expand its 3D printed space exploration. The company has recently supported the launches of the Telkom 3S, SGDC and KOREASAT-7 satellites with metal 3D printed parts, an [...]

In this digest of 3D printing news, we slice news involving: LPW Technology, Aerojet Rocketdyne, ZMorph, Lulzbot, Protosthetics, HP, EnvisionTEC, Exact Metrology, Novacopy, Arconic and University College London. LPW Technology cel [...]

Research from Northwestern University has showcased the ability to 3D print functioning ovaries. Located in Illinois, the team of scientists at Northwestern announced mice implanted with 3D printed ovaries have successfully produc [...]