New sessions include 3D Printing a Healthy World, Reconstructive Surgery and 3D Printing, and Medical Image Based Engineering. The conference will be held in Singapore Oct. 1-2.
The U.S. Army Research Laboratory and Purdue University will soon help just about any soldier deployed in far-off locations to immediately spot and fix damaged aircraft and ground vehicle parts, using 3D printing technology.
Austin, Texas-based Solid Concepts has extended its use of direct metal laser sintering by providing parts that challenge the geometric parameters of traditional manufacturing while obtaining fast production times.
3D Hubs is already Europe’s largest network of 3D printers with over 500 printing locations. 3D Hubs will leverage the new funds to scale its platform globally, expand its team, drive growth and partnerships, and cultivate local 3D communities worldwide.
3D printing has revolutionized the healthcare segment by providing surgical guides, medical implants, surgical instruments and bio-engineered products. 3D printing in medical applications is expected to grow 15.4% from 2013 to 2019.
Airwolf3D has moved to a 5,200 square-foot facility in Costa Mesa, CA to meet the growing demand for 3D printers of its own design and manufacture
MyMiniFactory is launching a competition for a 3D printable chess set or a pen. The winner will receive an UP! Mini worth $1300. The runner up will receive a YaYa 3D Printing Pen worth $120.
This test is a milestone for one of many important advances the agency is making to reduce the cost of space hardware. Innovations, including 3D printing, foster new and more cost-effective capabilities in the U.S. space industry.
Americans Shanon Marks and Mark Laughlin believe in the perfect wave. They've started building tailored surf, kite, sail and paddle-boards using 3D printers that will help their customers catch that perfect wave.
The University of Tsukuba, Japan is using an Objet350 Connex multi-material 3D Printer as part of its advanced R&D program for sports science and Olympic training.