BEAMIT is an Italy-based industrial 3D printing service provider. It has achieved another milestone in its growth. The company has received National Aerospace and Defence Contractors Accreditation Program ( NADCAP) accreditation for Heat Treating procedures. The certification will allow BEAMIT to take its services to a higher level, attaining the needs of high-end ASDC clients. …
AM service provider Sculpteo has reported the latest offering of high-performance supplies for automotive clients in collaboration with parent firm BASF.
RIZE unveils its latest machine, RIZE 2XC 3D. This latest fitness and the safety-conscious desktop device is meant for engineers and professional designers.
A new firm is connecting additive manufacturing firms and buyers that looking to buy professional 3D printers. This firm is none other than 3D Evaluate.
Researchers from Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA) have additively manufactured a partly magnetic metal structure. This is through the use of one kind of steel powder, by changing its attributes.
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.
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.
A group of experts from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) has devised a considerably faster technique of creating additively manufactured electronics. The latest strategy is almost 5X faster than traditional methods. It has the capacity to develop the applications of 3D printing in consumer electronics like advanced prosthetics, antennas, metamaterials, and soft robotics. …
Researchers based in the UK looked at the usage of additive manufacturing to make affordable Multiple Output (MIMO) antennas for 5G communication systems.
Professors at East Stroudsburg University’s Art + Design program have partnered with Verde Mantis, an additive manufacturing firm to make face guards. Also, they have a form that does not need a 3D printing machine.