An Arizona-based 3D Construction Printing Company (3DCP), Armatron has been given an extended license for a technique of reinforced cementitious construction.
It is now probable to keep the digital instructions for additive manufacturing a daily object into the same object.
The University of Waterloo in Ontario has received $2.1m (CAD) from Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada for the advancement of 3D printing research.
New Story has announced the building of its first neighborhood of 3D printed homes. They will be put up in the southern state of Tabasco, Mexico.
Research on new titanium copper alloy by RMIT researchers mixes the two elements. This is so as to lessen the danger of splitting and deformation.
Dagoma, a 3D printing firm has unveiled a Toy Rescue platform. This is a digital platform committed to 3D printable doll models.
The military branch is considering 3D printing as the means to keep its fading fleet.
British Airways is examining the likelihood of utilizing 3D printers to make aircraft pieces in the future.
DiManEx, a 3D printing stock chain software supplier located in the Netherlands, has collaborated with Logistyx Technologies.
Soft robotics has turned out to be more available to scientists and scholar researchers today.