UpNano has successfully achieved high-resolution 3D printing that can be done on centimetre-sized parts using 2PP technology.
Thermwood Corporation has developed a solution for large scale 3D printing following its acquisition of a patent for Vertical Layer Print (VLP) technology. By utilizing a Vertical plane instead of a horizontal one, Vertical Layer Printing makes it possible to produce items that are taller compared to prints made using the usual horizontal layer print.…
As food companies work towards revolutionizing the food industry, a food startup based in Israel, Meat-Tech 3D Ltd has ventured into 3D bioprinting.
Over 75% of the companies listed on the top 500 in terms of stock performance are not going to be there until 2027 as per reports from research by Mckinsey. However, science and technology advances have fostered a move towards innovation and the rise of 3D printing of health products. The 3D printing healthcare report…
Ultimaker, an international leader in professional additive manufacturing unveiled Ultimaker Essentials. This is the latest software solution made to assist firms in overcoming key obstacles in the acceptance of 3D printing.
Dubai’s UAE city has unveiled the 3D Printing Strategic Alliance. This is a special premiering initiative that makes a full network of government bureaus, 3D printing firms and academic institutions in the UAE and also across the world. T
RIZE unveils its latest machine, RIZE 2XC 3D. This latest fitness and the safety-conscious desktop device is meant for engineers and professional designers.
Adaptiiv Medical Technologies, a firm based in Canada has declared the sale of $1.8M of its stocks in an equity contribution. The $3M donation, which now has about $1.2M left to be marketed, made its premier sale in 2019. June 21. Adaptiiv anticipates the contribution to last not more than one year. In general, twenty…
The University of West Florida, in partnership with Form Labs 3D printing firm, North Well, and Tampa General Hospital has published a successfully designed and experimented an additively manufactured nasal swab.
A team of Danish businesspeople has begun a foundation network that is standby ready to create up to 20,000 shielding visors per day.