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    New Report Indicates 10% Growth by 2025 in Use of 3D Printing in Automotive Market

    31 Jul 2017 The automotive sector is one industrial area being revolutionized by 3D printing even though application of the technology remains relatively new.

    A new report, titled “Global 3D Printing Automotive Market Analysis & Trends – Industry Forecast to 2025” predicts a 10 percent… read more
  • Operating Man

    Operating on my brain? Carry on, I'll play my guitar

    28 Jul 2017 An Indian man who strummed the guitar as surgeons operated on his brain has demonstrated how the unusual procedure had cured the problem hindering his ability to play. Mr Abhishek Prasad had been suffering from a neurological disorder that caused his fingers to cramp in one hand, preventing him… read more
  • 3D print medicine

    Scientists 3D Print Parkinson’s Medicine with UV inkjet 3D printing

    10 Jul 2017 University of Nottingham scientists working with pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) have conducted a study “3D Printing of Tablets Using Inkjet with UV Photoinitiation.”

    The study used a Dimatix Materials Printer DMP-2850, a machine prefered for lab work given the low… read more
  • Eviation

    Eviation Aircraft Developing All-Electric Commuter Plane with Stratasys 3D Printing to Make Short Flights Affordable & Eco Friendly

    05 Jul 2017 Stratasys has announced that Israel-based Eviation Aircraft, a manufacturer of all-electric air mobility solutions, is using Stratasys 3D printing to develop one of the world’s first all-electric commuter aircraft.

    There is a race in the global aviation industry to develop electric… read more
  • reduce cost

    3DEO Uses Built-In CNC to Drop Metal 3D Printing Costs

    03 Jul 2017 3DEO, based in Los Angeles, may have found a method for dropping metal AM costs while also enabling mass production. Lance Kallman, vice president of business development, and Matt Sand, president, have dubbed the company’s unique technology “Intelligent Layering.”

    The use of a built… read more
  • Marine Corp

    Marine Corps’ 3D-Printed Drone Ready for Surveillance in Combat Zones

    29 Jun 2017 Marines are ready to launch a 3D-printed drone nicknamed ‘The Nibbler’ into combat zones. The Nibbler would be able to operate like other, far more expensive unmanned aircraft and conduct “over the hill” intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. The Nibbler is composed of a few prefabricated… read more