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EOS signs a partnership with Formula One Williams Advanced Engineering

Major additive manufacturing company EOS E-Manufacturing Solutions signed a partnership with Formula One company Williams Grand Prix Engineering and Williams Advanced Engineering. Williams, whose team has won 16 FIA Formula One World Championships,…

Europe will be a forerunner in automotive 3D printing, report says

While North America is still in the lead in terms of 3D printing, Europe is close behind, report says. MarketsandMarkets has released the report “3D Printing Automotive Market Applications by Technology (SLA, SLS, EBM,…

Strategic agreement between GF Machining Solutions and EOS

GF Machining Solutions signed a strategic agreement with EOS, targeting metal inserts for the mold and die sector. GF and EOS will integrate additive manufacturing machines to print metal mold inserts, including software…

The first 3D-printed Airbus

Airbus and Autodesk‘s design studio, The Living, have designed and developed the largest 3D-printed metal part for a commercial airplane in history, what they call a “bionic” partition that is 3D-printed from a…

International Additive Manufacturing Award 2016: It’s time to submit your application!

The International Additive Manufacturing Award (IAMA), sponsored by CECIMO, recognizes innovations in the field of additive manufacturing. It encourages entries featuring development projects on all aspects along the additive manufacturing value creation chain,…

A rocket with 3D printed parts

Recently NASA launched a Black Brant IX sounding rocket which has beem assembled using 3-D printing and ultra-lightweight carbon nanotube (CNT) composite materials to create its wire sheathing, heat and radiation shields. NASA noted the…

New nylon 3D printing filaments from MyMat Solutions

Spanish company MyMat Solutions has introduced two new nylon-based 3D printer materials, Ultra Nylon and Soft Nylon, suitable for durable, mechanically sound prototypes and end-use parts. With the polyamide-grade 3D printing filaments, MyMat…

ExOne expands its suite of binders

Global provider of 3D printing machines is going to expand its suite of 3D printing binder offerings to add a new class of phenolic, referred to as cold hardening phenolic (“CHP”). ExOne’s binder…

Singapore’s national Additive Manufacturing Cluster

In order to help scale up use of 3D printing, The Singapore government have formed a National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) to support the country’s 3D printing infrastructure. The new cluster was…

Singapore to develop 3D printing

The Singapore government have formed a National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) to support the country’s 3D printing infrastructure. The new cluster was launched by Mr S Iswaran, Minister in the Prime Minister’s…

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