Carnegie Mellon develops machine vision autonomous system for metal 3D printing

Research from Carnegie Mellon University's (CMU) College of Engineering has developed an autonomous system for classifying the metal powders used for 3D printing. Using machine vis [...]

POSTECH University develops 3D bioprinting technique that grows human skin in just 2 weeks

A research team at Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) in Korea has developed a skin 3D bioprinting process to rival traditional means of cell culture. The POSTEC [...]

First look at the Inventure 3D printer at the Zortrax Experience event

Award winning 3D printer manufacturer Zortrax has launched the Inventure 3D printer. Zortrax made the announcement at it's Zortrax Experience event, which took place this week in O [...]

PSA Group’s DS Automobiles 3D prints titanium parts for latest DS 3 Dark Side edition

French automotive brand and subsidiary of the PSA Group, DS Automobiles has announced its latest car model features 3D printed titanium parts. The DS 3 Dark Side edition uses innov [...]

3D Printing The Next Five Years by Mike Galvez of Layer One

This is a guest post in our series looking at the future of 3D Printing. To celebrate 5 years of reporting on the 3D printing industry, we’ve invited industry leaders and 3D printi [...]

WASP celebrates London Festival of Architecture with 3D printed wall structure

Exhibiting at West Kensington's Vision 2017 event, WASP 3D printers celebrate the London Festival of Architecture with a mathematically designed wall-sculpture. Candidly named, The [...]

3D printed CargoCopter intends to be the future of drone delivery

Researchers at the University of Leuven (KU Leuven) have developed a fully 3D printed drone that fuses a quadcopter design with a fixed wing unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) model. Ac [...]

3D Printing News Sliced: Airbus, Markforged, SLM Solutions, PES

This edition of 3D Printing Industry's Sliced news digest features the latest stories from: Markforged, Airbus, Adafruit, SLM Solutions, RMIT, Urquhart Opticians, PES and Twikit. A [...]

Autodesk, Adidas and the IAAC to judge Fab Lab made RESHAPE 17 Programmable Skins competition

RESHAPE 17 is a digital fabrication competition, this year focusing on the microscopic structure of materials to make wearable tech. Facilitated by processes like 3D printing, the [...]

Optomec awarded $3 million NextFlex project to develop 3D printed electronics with Lockheed Martin and GE

Albuquerque additive manufacturing company Optomec has been awarded, alongside partners Lockheed Martin and GE, a $3 million NextFlex project dedicated to flexible hybrid electroni [...]