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Gilmour Space completes full duration test fire of new Phoenix rocket engine

Gilmour's 190-second mission duty cycle test demonstrates new sovereign capability in liquid rocket engines.

MakerBot and Ultimaker agree to merge to accelerate global adoption of additive manufacturing

The new entity has secured additional funding of $62.4M to fuel global 3D printing innovation

New discovery in animal exoskeletons leads to advances in designing construction materials

Media Release by Monash University Researchers from Monash University have discovered a new design motif derived from the rigid external covering of invertebrates that may...

Additive Manufacturing Industry Grew 18 Percent in 2021 to $10.6B Reports SmarTech Analysis; Projects...

Media Release by SmarTech Analysis The fourth quarter of 2021 capped a strong year for additive manufacturing markets, according to SmarTech Analysis. The growth rate...

Plastics Live — The Forum To Assess Manufacturing Alternatives For Plastics Manufacturing

Media Release By Plastics Live As additive manufacturing (AM) / 3D printing continues to evolve, many of the pre-conceptions concerning its usefulness as a production...
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3D printing for unique automotive application

The uses of 3D printing today are well established across industry, and it is routinely used as a prototype and production technology.
SmarTech Analysis

SmarTech Analysis Report: The North American and European Market for Polymer Additive Manufacturing in...

A report from SmarTech Analysis indicates that revenue opportunities for polymer additive manufacturing within the automotive industry will reach USD $2.7 billion by 2030.  Materials,...

Woodside successfully installs 3D printed part into critical service on operating asset

Woodside has announced that it has successfully installed and placed into operation its first 3D printed part.   Namely, the company installed a 3D printed...

Thales kickstarts new era of precision manufacturing at its Lithgow facility in NSW

Construction has commenced on a new $6.5 million building that marks the beginning of a new era for Thales Australia’s Lithgow Arms business and...
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Habitat for Humanity 3D Prints Concrete Home Using Autodesk Fusion 360

Habitat for Humanity and PERI 3D Construction discuss the process of building the organization’s first 3D printed home, including how Autodesk Fusion 360 played an important role.
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