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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.

Next Dynamics' NexD1 3D printer has backers pledging over half a million dollars on crowdfunding website Kickstarter, for a machine that promises to print electronics and multi-materials. The company describe the NexD1 as the "wor [...]

Axiom Space, developers of the 'world's first private commercial space station', have entered into an agreement with out of this world 3D printers, Made In Space. The agreement covers manufacturing in low earth orbit. Made In Spac [...]

3D printing enthusiast and drone flying extraordinaire Austin Neathery recently uploaded designs for his 3D printed drone. The MK XI Micro Quad Frame is now available on 3D design platform MyMiniFactory and can be downloaded for f [...]

Microsoft have announced the acquisition of Sweden based software Simplygon. The purchase will allow Microsoft access to Simplygon's 3D data optimization solutions and could prove a useful asset to the companies 3D printing ambiti [...]

Adidas is moving closer to a 3D printing shoe manufacturing revolution. As previously reported the sports shoe manufacturer used 3D printing to produce the Ultraboost Parley and 3D Runner releases in 2016. This year, Adidas are ke [...]

The largest 3D printed pavilions in the world were on display in Florida recently for the Design Miami exhibition. The structures were 3D printed and installed by 3D printing company Branch Technology from Tennessee, and designed [...]

Siemens continue advancing into the 3D printing industry via a partnership with 3D printer manufacturers, Trumpf. We take a closer look at the implications for the additive manufacturing world. German company Trumpf specialize in [...]

Google have published an open source compression library known as 'Draco' "to improve the storage and transmission of 3D graphics." The files enhance the compression of 3D data and subsequently encourage the growth of 3D related t [...]

Researchers at MIT have developed a method of altering 3D printed objects once printed. The technique involves using light in order to adapt the chemical structure of a 3D printed material. This allows the creation of more complex [...]

Local Motors and German rail company Deutsche Bahn bring 3D printed self-driving vehicle Olli to Germany in a new trial. The six-month long pilot programme established by Innoz, Deutsche Bahn's Research & Development company, [...]