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GE to lead US Department of Energy’s advanced 3D printing nuclear technology research project

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) has been selected by the US Department of Energy (DOE) to lead a $2 million additive manufacturing research project. Under...

Alcoa adds the Arcam Q20plus to its 3D printing technology portfolio

Arcam announced that lightweight metals leader Alcoa has expanded its portfolio of additive manufacturing solutions to include the Arcam Q20plus, the company’s largest, fastest...

University of Warwick students build 3D printed submarine using Stratasys Fortus 3D Printer

Six engineering students at The University of Warwick have built a 3D printed submarine which is set to race at the European International Submarine...

ULA Atlas V Rocket launches with Stratasys’ 3D printed parts on board

3D printing giant Stratasys continues to push the boundaries of additive manufacturing with the serial production of 3D printed parts for United Launch Alliance...

3D printed Mouth Operated Mouse for people with disabilities wins MakerBot’s Assistive Technology Challenge...

MakerBot Thingiverse, the world’s largest 3D design community, has announced the winning designs from the Assistive Technology Challenge which asked the Thingiverse community to...

New GE first-in-kind electron gun 3D prints jet engine turbine blades 

General Electric (GE) has been recognised for quite some time now as one of the leaders in additive manufacturing. The company has turned to 3D...

3D Systems breaks speed barrier, surpassing traditional injection moulding manufacturing techniques

Additive manufacturing has been around for quite some time; individuals and businesses alike have been all over the technology, trying to come up with...
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