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AML Technologies to commercialise wire-arc additive manufacturing

3d printed metal parts manufacturer Additive Metal Layering Technologies (AMLTEC) has been awarded $495,000 from the Australian Government to bring its new large-scale 3D...

Stratasys 3D printing used to support German unmanned mission to Mars

Stratasys announced that the Institute for Robotics and Mechatronics of the German Aerospace Centre is using its FDM 3D printing solutions for the production...

Stratasys, Boom sign 3D printing agreement to accelerate development of supersonic airliner

3D printing giant Stratasys has inked a technical partnership agreement with Boom Supersonic, a Denver-based startup which is developing a Mach 2.2 civilian supersonic...

evok3d brings HP’s cutting edge 3D printing technology to Australia

Privately owned Australian business evok3d has been named the sole authorised provider of HP’s new Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution, tipped to disrupt a...

Advancing the quality of life for people with disabilities with breakthrough 3D printing technology

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is quickly penetrating all walks of life and is now being utilised to help people with disabilities...

Ford trials Stratasys system 3D printing large, personalised car parts (VIDEO)

Ford has become the first automaker to pilot the Stratasys Infinite Build 3D printer with a view to adopt the technology for prototyping and...

Siemens completes first full load engine tests of 3D printed blades

Siemens has completed its first full load engine tests for gas turbine blades completely produced using 3D printing technology. Siemens said the components were tested...

Siemens & Strata to 3D print aircraft interior parts for Etihad Airways

Siemens AG and Strata Manufacturing PJSC have teamed up to work on the development of the first 3D printing solutions for aircraft cabin interior...

QUT and ‘Hear and Say’ charity team up to develop next-gen 3D printed prosthetic...

The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has teamed up with Hear and Say, a Queensland charity for deaf children, to launch the FutureHear crowdfunding...

Creating synthetic wood manufacturing industry through 3D bio-printing

Associate Professor David Leung from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand has been awarded Government funding to investigate the potential of 3D printing...
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