Apple Awards Corning First Advanced Manufacturing Fund Investment

$200M Investment Supports Revolutionary Glass Production Methods

SABIC Launches New THERMOCOMP™ AM Materials for Large Format Additive Manufacturing at RAPID + TCT

SABIC Launches New THERMOCOMP™ AM Materials for Large Format Additive Manufacturing at RAPID + TCT

To 3D Print or Not to 3D Print?

New Evaluation System Will Help Answer Manufacturing Industry Question

Maker Faire is Ready to Host Largest Gathering of Making Enthusiasts in the World, May 19-21

Education Day, New 'Future of Food' Focused Area, and Healthcare Theme Lead the Offerings This Year

Sintavia Unveils Plans for 55,000 Square Foot Advanced Manufacturing Facility

"Factory of the Future" Will Bring High Volume 3D Metal Printing to South Florida

Methods 3D and Markforged Establish Partnership

The partnership will expand access to both companies' advanced additive manufacturing solutions to manufacturers across North America.

SABIC Debuts New Portfolio of High-performance Filaments for Fused Deposition Modeling at RAPID + TCT

Company Previews Future Material Innovations Aimed at Advancing Additive Manufacturing

The Blackbelt lets you 3D print really long items

John Biggs for TechCrunch: The Blackbelt Kickstarter will launch in three days and you can expect the system to cost about 9,500 for a desktop system or 12,500 euro for a larger system with standing supports.

To 3D Print or Not to 3D Print? New Evaluation System Will Help Answer Manufacturing Industry Question

SME, General Motors and Florida Institute of Technology develop industry-changing resource

SME Recognizes Additive Manufacturing Vision, Ability and Leadership

SME's Additive Manufacturing Community produces technical content for SME programs and other industry events on advanced additive manufacturing technologies and processes that allow the development, testing, and manufacture of new products faster and more cost-effectively.

Impossible Objects Pilots State-of-the-Art 3D Printer

The Impossible Objects Model One printer is poised to transform manufacturing

The Dassault Systèmes U.S. Foundation Provides Grant to Base 11 to Develop Engineering Talent

Initiative Will Prepare College Students with In-demand Skills Including Collaborative 3-D Design

Stratasys Demonstrates Innovative Multi-Cell Additive Manufacturing Platform Designed for Continuous Production

• New additive manufacturing approach designed for low volume production and mass customization • Scalable cloud-based architecture created to achieve new economies of scale with easy addition of 3D print cells to meet production demand • Reliable and smart multi-cell platform enables continuous, automated 3D printing with only minor operator intervention • Watch a video of the new Stratasys Continuous Build 3D Demonstrator in action

Stratasys and Desktop Metal Extend Their Strategic Partnership to Accelerate Adoption of Metal Additive Manufacturing

-Built on track-record of collaboration, this partnership includes distribution activities and explores further go-to-market activities in the future -Leverages three decades of Stratasys market leadership in polymer 3D printing and Desktop Metal's pioneering technologies to broaden accessibility of metal 3D printing

SABIC Demonstrates Commitment to Advance Additive Manufacturing at RAPID + TCT

Company underscores its position with the announcement of new filaments, reinforced compounds and differentiated materials for multiple additive manufacturing processes

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