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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.

Tire manufacturer Michelin have explained plans to 3D print molds for new tires's using their joint venture with Fives industrial engineering group. Formerly known as Fives-Michelin Additive Solutions, the venture has recently had [...]

Research from the UK's University of Bath looks at additive manufacturing as a potential solution to the droughts seen across the world. The research examines how 3D printed membranes could be used for this purpose, specifically h [...]

Italian 3D printing company DWS are creating a reputation for 3D printers that produce intricate and elegant 3D prints, and they again had an impressive collection on display at their CES 2017 booth. DWS spoilt us at Formnext with [...]

Google have released the first version of their 3D app Toontastic 3D. The application is designed for children and provides an impressive platform in order to create exciting stories. Users can create their own characters and sett [...]

Ioan Florea, an artist from Detroit, is auctioning his 3D printed metal Ford Torino. 3D Printing Industry got in contact with the artist to ask about the work. The sculpture was created in 2013 as an art piece in a collaboration w [...]

Celebrating Beast's sixth birthday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg used Oculus in order to 3D print a miniature model of his pet dog. Beast is a Hungarian Sheepdog and it seems fair to say that his birthday has cleverly been used as [...]

Arizona State University (ASU) are opening the 'largest Additive Manufacturing facility in the South West'. Located at the Polytechnic campus, the 15,000 sq ft facility will use 3D printing machines for a wide range of research an [...]

Rocket Crafters Inc. (RCI), a U.S. space technology startup, have been granted a patent for their 3D printed rocket fuel technology. Operating out of Utah, the company refer to themselves as, "a highly innovative development-stage [...]

Timothy Simpson has just been appointed the Paul Morrow Professor in Engineering Design and Manufacturing at Penn State’s College of Engineering. A member of the Faculty since 1998 Simpson has been involved in "more than $39 milli [...]

In this edition of our 3D printing news digest, Sliced, we will be slicing news featuring a wearable Exoskeleton Mask, a 3D printed dock for Apple Airpods, a 3D printed remote controlled plane, and GE investing in education. 3D pr [...]