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As previously reported on 3D Printing Industry, A1 Filament has launched a Kickstarter to provide premium feedstock for FDM/FFF 3D printers around the globe. Material consistency is the company's USP, for which A1 promises to deli [...]

French chemical and materials company Arkema is expanding its production of 3D printable resins at its subsidiary Sartomer's Nansha facility in China. Arkema will increase total production at the facility by 30% to meet growing cu [...]

Advances in 3D printing with graphene have featured frequently on these pages. Recently we reported on a 3D printed graphene aerogel and earlier this year looked at how MIT are addressing the challenges of making the 2D material i [...]

Phase 2 of NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge is now complete. The U.S. space agency has announced details of teams working on the project that could facilitate deep space exploration, while also advancing construction techniques [...]

Pittsburgh’s Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (NYSE: ATI) has formed a joint venture (JV) with GE Aviation. The GE Aviation and ATI venture will  develop “a new meltless titanium alloy powder manufacturing technology.” ATI has [...]

Overcoming the challenges associated with 3D printing as a manufacturing technology is a complex task. Working with the technology requires a grasp of the machines, materials and software involved. For this reason national initiat [...]

We asked A1 Filament's Bennett Little about the company's plans for the future having launched its kickstarter for superior 3D printing filaments. The North American materials company gives more details about their 6 year journey [...]

A 3D printed graphene aerogel has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the "least dense 3D printed structure." Developed at Kansas State University, the material is superelastic, conductive, and incredibly light, meaning i [...]

Two new pieces of research into 3D structures could have novel applications in 3D printing. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers Erik Demaine and Jason Ku have developed an algorithm to fulfil the infinite proba [...]

Looking into ways to improve the strength of nylon 3D printer filament, researchers at University College Dublin have conducted a comparative study on the addition of fiber reinforcements. In the research glass, synthetic polymer [...]