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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.

New York-based 3D printing bureau, Voodoo Manufacturing has raised $5 million in investment funding to expand its operations in scale and automation. The investment round was led by U.S venture capital firm General Catalyst, with [...]

Researchers at the Institute of Science and Technology (IST) Austria have developed a software system to design functional, mechanical objects for 3D printing. The software allows users to create and redesign fully 3D printed obje [...]

Scientists at the University of Glasgow have successfully implemented an innovative new treatment for creating synthetic bones into a dog. The process is hoped to lead to human bone implants from a 3D printer. The implantation was [...]

Two separate groups have published studies looking at how 3D printing can be used for cancer research. Belgian researchers have evaluated the use of 3D printing to create in vitro cancers cells that can properly represent the in v [...]

In this slice of the latest 3D printing news, we feature: Autodesk, Additive Industries, Sauber, 3D Systems, Sicnova 3D, Siemens, Ivory Digital Denture, Stratasys, AbilityMate, EntresD and the University of Amsterdam. Autodesk app [...]

British company GKN Aerospace has announced successful flight testing of a 3D printed titanium optical ice detector (OID) probe. The 3D printed probe was tested onboard the Atmospheric Research Aircraft (ARA) at the Facility for A [...]

North Dakota State University's (NDSU) Jeremy Straub has published two recent papers discussing the cyber security threat to 3D printers. The two papers present the growing threat of cyber attacks to 3D printing and possible solut [...]

German company Additive Elements has announced the launch of its AE12 binder jet material system developed with Voxeljet industrial 3D printers. The announcement was made at this weeks Rapid.Tech exhibition in Erfurt, Germany. Add [...]

Researchers from Texas A&M University and Texas Tech University have collaborated with 3D printing company Essentium Materials. The study shows how an FDM 3D printer coupled with an electric welding processes and carbon nanotu [...]

Thailand's leading petrochemical company PTT Chemical Group (PTTCG) has announced a partnership with Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) to develop materials for 3D printing automotive parts. At the announ [...]