Desktop Metal gets $115 million investment in 3D printing technology

Andy Rosen for The Boston Globe: The company said the amount represents the largest private haul for any 3D printing company focused on metal. Desktop Metal has now raised $212 million since its launch in 2015.

3D Printing Will Make the Construction Industry More Sustainable

David Silverberg for Motherboard: Look at the past three years: In March 2017, Dubai construction firm Cazza said it plans to build the world's first 3D-printed skyscraper by 2020

Calling All Makers for Maker Faire San Diego 2017: Call for Entries Open through September 8, 2017

Attention all San Diego makers, tinkerers, inventors, hackers and do-it-yourselfers: The call for entries is now open for Maker Faire San Diego 2017 in Balboa Park. Now in its third year, this unique, two-day, family-friendly event will be held October 7-8, 2017, from 10:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.

Spider robots on the move for additive manufacturing

Stuart Nathan for The Engineer: Like several concepts in mobile additive manufacture, the Spider bots grew out of a concept to build bases for exploration on the Moon and other planets.

Western Tool & Mold Adopts Stratasys' New FAA- and EASA-Certified 3D Printing Solution for Aircraft Interiors

Supports repeatable manufacturing with consistent high-quality parts to meet stringent requirements from the aerospace industry

Spatial Corp Leverages 3D Modeling Expertise to Enable Anything, Anywhere Viewing of CAD Models

Providing a High-Performing Universal 3D Modeling Web Viewer

Kudo3D Introduces the Affordable & Reliable Bean 3D Printer and Has Already Raised More Than $500,000 On Kickstarter

Based on Kudo3D's extensive experience of developing successful 3D printers, the company launched a high resolution, affordable, and reliable model: Bean 3D printer. To support its production, Kudo3D turned to popular Kickstarter with huge success.

This NYC Startup Just Raised $5M to Make Manufacturing in America Viable Again

By AlleyWatch: Voodoo Manufacturing is a software-enabled 3D printing factory that works with major brands to produce high-quality products, prototypes and parts at scale.

Ex Apple Employee Designs a 3D Printer 'Done Right' and It Looks Fantastic. Meet Obsidian by Kodama, Inc.

Kodama first appeared on the scene in 2016 when they released Trinus on Kickstarter. Trinus is a combination 3D printer and laser engraver for home use that was successfully delivered to over 3000 backers in 80+ countries.

NVBOTS Made in America 3D Printer Now Shipping to Asia

In the Land of the Rising Sun, meet the 3D printer that never sleeps

3D Printing Objects on a Belt Just Became a lot Easier

JP Buntinx for The Merkle: The Printrbelt prints objects on the belt and then moves down the Z axis to get the object onto the surface below

New 3D Printing Method Based on Ultrasonic Manipulation Technology

Ultrasonic manipulation uses ultrasonic waves for handling of a wide range of components and materials, which potentially enables the creation of a more versatile 3D printers. Because of the non-contact nature of ultrasonic manipulation, particles and components with very different mechanical properties and shapes can be handled with a single ultrasonic manipulator.

ATI and GE Aviation Announce Meltless Titanium Joint Venture

The joint venture will leverage ATI's technology, manufacturing, and quality leadership in the production of specialty metal powders and premium-quality titanium and nickel-based alloys for critical and technically advanced applications.

Using 3d Printing in Education

Education should look to influence the future. If we provide students with technologies that are able to make seemingly impossible objects, we give them the potential to influence the future with a greater impact.

GE Additive and Oerlikon Sign MoU for Additive Manufacturing Collaboration

"GE Additive and Oerlikon both understand the transformative power of additive manufacturing"

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