The Marine Products unit of Wilhelmsen has struck an MoU with F-drones, a startup based in Singapore. The aim is to offer the final mile distribution of its additively manufactured supplementary pieces.
HP has developed a new polypropylene material for 3D printing. The latest material is a High Reusability Polypropylene equipped by BASF and is adaptable, long-lasting, and chemically resistant. It’s been approved by HP for the firm’s printing systems and will be useful to their clients in the automobile, personal use, industrial and medical fields who…
Scientists at Texas A&Muniversity have employed additive manufacturing, biomaterial engineering, and stem cell biology to develop materials for use in bone grafting.
Elementum 3D, a leading inventor, and provider of 3D metal printing materials has reported the provision of patents to Australia, Canada, and the US for its Reactive Additive Manufacturing (RAM) technology.
ESA, ArianeGroup and DLR German Aerospace Center have successfully developed and hot – fire experimented a thrust chamber exclusively using 3D printing.
The pioneering metal additive manufacturing firm Falcontech has announced plans to increase its production numbers. Working with China-based Farsoon, they shall be buying 50 Metal Additive Manufacturing printers
UK researchers have come up with a way of experimenting with tissue engineering and bioprinting to produce body tissues, blood vessels, and other body organs as would be needed.
A top design expert from GE Additive has devised an exceptionally affordable and simple 3D dimensional printed face hood. This has been presently embraced throughout the U.S Navy to shield its troops and staff around the globe.
Additive Industries obtains €14M financial support
AM material maker based in the Netherlands has unveiled its latest Tough-X photopolymer resin. This company’s newest material offers high lastingness, which lends itself to the making of spare pieces and consumer goods like insoles.