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Katie Armstrong
Katie Armstrong
An Australian artist, writer and photographer living in London. I am an avid cosplayer and am addicted to science fiction, video games and cake.

New breakthroughs are happening constantly within the medical industry within 3D printing. The technology is revolutionizing the sector, with innovations such as bioprinting a thyroid gland and implanting in in mice paving the way [...]

Big news from Carbon 3D! They have just announced funding of $81 million from new strategic investors GE Ventures, BMW, Nikon and JSR. Along with existing investors, they will work towards 'bringing additive technology to more cus [...]

In large scale 3D printing, it is becoming less about hardware and software. The greatest development potential lies in materials and resulting applications. With this in mind, BigRep has brought on board Jörg Petri and Daniel Bün [...]

3D printing technology is constantly evolving and changing, and now that there are multi-color, multi-material 3D printers out there, the fashion industry is being along for the ride. Designers are able to push the technology even [...]

Remember when 3D printing was just for industrial applications? For over two decades rapid prototyping focused on processes for prototyping applications in an industrial capacity, and research was geared towards advanced technolog [...]

There is nothing I like more than finding artists that are getting involved in 3D printing. From Akinori Goto, who made a beautifully mesmerizing zoetrope, to Bruce Beasley, who incorporates 3D printing into his sculpture work, th [...]

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a EUR 15 million loan agreement with Ultimaker. The money will be used to further the research and development of the company, and also for the roll-out of new products. Educational im [...]

As one legal debacle begins, another concludes. As of September 7th, 2016, Thor3D announced the end of a lengthy legal dispute with Artec Europe S.a.r.l. in Germany. The Dusseldorf Higher Court handed down a final decision in favo [...]

The voestalpine Group is expanding from traditional steel manufacturer to innovator, with the opening of a new research and development facility in Düsseldorf. The voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Center will centralize all the [...]

Earlier this week, Thor3D unveiled their newest wireless product that can scan anything. The new 3D scanner, called "Drake", has interchangeable lenses, making it a very versatile scanner. It can basically scan anything of any siz [...]