Trade events for Lidar, Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, 3D and Building Technology Professionals Rescheduled & Will Take Place Together July 27-29, 2020 in Chicago

International Lidar Mapping Forum, ASPRS Annual Conference, SPAR 3D Expo & Conference, AEC Next Technology Expo & Conference, USIBD Symposium and WIPFLI Summit to Take Place Together July 27-29, 2020 in Chicago


The first run of 500 masks will be delivered to the Pflugerville Police and Fire Department next week following an order from the City of Pflugerville's Pflugerville Community Development Corp.

Bellus3D Makes Surgical Masks More Effective

Bellus3D face scanning creates personalized 3D-printed Mask Fitter to improve the effectiveness of surgical masks

New York City 3D printing company Shapeways is crowdsourcing coronavirus face shields

Shapeways CEO says face shields are "100% needed. It's 100% being used by medical crew. It's 100% missing from their inventory. And they need it ASAP."

WPI Researchers Developing Open-Source Designs to Speed Creation of Low-Cost Ventilators

Professors and students team up to develop multiple designs so companies or individuals with 3D printers could manufacture much-needed medical equipment.

MakerBot LABS Extruder Transforms METHOD 3D Printer into an Open Materials Platform

-New MakerBot LABS Experimental Extruder Enables 3D Printing of Third-Party Engineering Materials -BASF 3D Printing Solutions and LEHVOSS Group Join Other Leading Filament Suppliers in the METHOD Materials Development Program

Maker Mask Responds to COVID-19 Pandemic by Enabling Small Batch Production Sites Around the World to Produce Protective Masks

More than 88,500 pageviews, 1,500 downloads of designs for 3D printer masks in 48 hours

Got a Business Idea to Help Combat COVID-19? This Organization can Help you Get Support, Funding

Mitacs announces first-of-its-kind initiative to speed up application process, access to research talent for SMEs

CoVent-19 Challenge Asks Millions of Designers and Engineers to Respond to the Ventilator Crisis

-Global, open innovation initiative via Stratasys GrabCAD platform designed to help develop a rapidly deployable mechanical ventilator -Challenge by Boston non-profit leaders and anesthesiology resident physicians launches now

All ExOne 3D Printing Facilities Open to Support Critical Manufacturing Needs, Business Continuity

-The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania granted ExOne a waiver to continue critical manufacturing operations at its Pittsburgh-area headquarters and production facility -Other U.S. operations in Ohio and Michigan remain open under "essential critical infrastructure" guidance from the U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency -ExOne facilities in Gersthofen, Germany, and Kanagawa, Japan, also remain open

"Nano" Primer Provides a Strong Foundation to Most Topcoats to Combat Rust in Highly Corrosive Environments

Low VOC, single- component primer converts rust into a protective layer and can be applied by any method, without the need to sandblast first

Azul 3D Protects Healthcare Workers Facing COVID-19 Crisis-Printing 1,000 Face Shields Per Day Per Printer

Company Sets Goal to Combat Coronavirus by Producing 20,000 Shields Per Week

Essentium and LEHVOSS Group Partnership Delivers High-Performance Materials for Additive Manufacturing

- Certified to meet vertical industry applications - Designed specifically for industrial-scale 3D Printing

America Makes Launches Next Phase in Response to COVID-19

Designs submitted through the America Makes design submission form in connection with NIH 3D Print Exchange, will be placed in a fast track workflow for faster review. Designs not submitted through the America Makes process may not be considered for the fast track workflow. All designs will be publicly accessible through the NIH 3D Print Exchange website with their designation.


The company makes its production capacity available to hospitals to create parts of medical instruments with 3D Printing

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Enhance your competitive advantage in manufacturing with Windform FR1

Enhance your competitive advantage in manufacturing with Windform FR1

CRP Technology's Windform FR1 is intended to become a game-changing material in the field of 3D printing for its uniqueness: it is the first Flame Retardant (UL 94 V-0 rated) material for Additive Manufacturing which is carbon fiber reinforced. It is suitable for high feature detail applications, functional components and in general for any parts requiring FAR 25.853 fire retardant compliancy.