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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.

Promoting STEM education and veterinary science, Army Veterinarian Dr. Turnera Croom has launched a pilot program called “Pooches and 3D Printing." The aim is to encourage children to get more involved with both veterinary science [...]

New research has been published on an innovative new application of metal additive manufacturing. The study was undertaken by researchers at Peter the Great St. Petersburg University (SPbPU) and Delft University of Technology (TU [...]

In Sliced this week, we feature 3D printing news from Artec 3D, Hyrel, National Museum of Computing, Shining 3D, Duke University, University College Cork and 3D printed cheese research. 3D printing the Lorenz "unbreakable" cipher [...]

Devin Montes is gathering a huge following on YouTube with his Make Anything account, posting DIY 3D printing videos and with one of his projects amassing over 3 million views. 3D Printing Industry spoke to Devin recently to discu [...]

The winners of the Capcom 3D printing design competition to recreate weapons from Monster Hunter Generations have been announced. Monster Hunter Generations is a popular video game for the Nintendo 3DS which pits playable characte [...]

Metal additive manufacturing company Norsk Titanium is advancing its 3D printing production at their Plattsburgh, New York facility. In an interview with NBC, Chief commercial officer, Chet Fuller spoke about the aerospace industr [...]

French 3D printing company 3DCeram has renewed its partnership with the Science of Ceramic Processes and Surface Treatments (SPCTS). The SPCTS is a research unit with over 100 staff and housed at the University of Limoges, central [...]

The largest manufacturing and electronics company in Europe, Siemens announces it has 3D printed a replacement part for a nuclear power plant in Slovenia. The part was produced for the Krško nuclear power plant in Vrbina, Slovenia [...]

The 21st AIAA International Space Planes and Hypersonics Technologies Conference took place this week in China, and a number of 3D printing related research papers were presented. Researchers from Brazil discussed their interestin [...]

Headquartered in London, Lloyd's Register (LR) has released an updated version of its metal additive manufacturing framework. Jointly published by research and technology organization TWI, the framework hopes to encourage "safe ad [...]