Straub Receives Approval for Seminal Patent Covering 3D Printing Quality Assurance

New technology to increase safety of and trust in 3D printing.

Presales of Cubibot Surpass $648,000 on Kickstarter, 12-Times the Original Campaign Goal, as Crowdfunding for the World's Smallest 3D Printer moves to Indiegogo InDemand

Cubibot introduces an affordable, portable, plug-and-play 3D printer that doesn't require users to have any special expertise to achieve top-quality results

UM Dedicates Game-Changing 3D Lab

New College of Engineering-Johnson & Johnson 3D Printing Center of Excellence Collaborative Laboratory will be a hub for innovation and collaboration

Exhibitors count down the days to Lab Innovations 2017

It's less than a week before Lab Innovations 2017 begins, and preparations are in full swing as the NEC Birmingham gets ready to open its doors and welcome over 130 exhibitors showcasing the latest analytical, biotech and laboratory products.

Ultimaker announces major funding from NPM Capital to fuel global expansion

This will allow Ultimaker to accelerate product development and invest in additional sales, marketing and R&D resources, which will help Ultimaker to expand on their already leading global market position.

More Precision for Additive Manufacturing

New digital-encoder-equipped 2D scan heads for larger working volumes

GKN Driveline Florence Replaces Traditional Production Processes across Factory-Floor with 3D Printing to Improve Business Performance

-Using customized 3D printed tools, plant reports 70% reduction in production time of certain tools, eliminating costly downtime of the production line and ensuring business continuity -Ability to 3D print one-off replacement parts for machinery across the production floor, on-demand, sees team reduce dependency on suppliers and accelerate part delivery to customers

Groundbreaking Opening of ShanghaiTex 2017 Showcases Cross Boundary Integration Leading the Industry on the Trend to Industry 4.0

Innovation-driving research, applications at SPIE Photonics West

Conference tracks cover biomedical optics (BiOS), industrial laser sources and applications (LASE), and optoelectronics and photonic materials and devices (OPTO).

MakerBot Launches New Experimental Platform, MakerBot Labs

It includes new customizable hardware and software with open APIs, custom print modes, and the internet's largest community of 3D printing experts

Highly Successful Bihler 4 Slide-NC on Display at FABTECH 2017

Bihler of America, a complex components manufacturing and automation innovator, will showcase its highly successful 4 Slide-NC at FABTECH 2017, McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, November 6-9, Booth A-5253.

Colorado Manufacturing Design Engineers Fill GE Additive's Design for Additive Manufacturing Course

H2 Manufacturing Solutions, which provides a broad scope of problem-solving services to manufacturers, in cooperation with GE Additive and Manufacturer's Edge, today announced GE Additive's Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) course October 24 and 25, 2017 is full.

NDT Company Launches Exclusive High Energy CT Inspection Service

Jesse Garant Metrology Center launches exclusive high energy industrial CT service for rapid inspection of larger 3D printed/AM parts and assemblies

New Matter MOD-t, The World's Most Elegantly Simple Desktop 3D Printer, Once Again Raises the Bar for 3D Printing

MOD-t (2nd Gen) to Deliver Improved User Experience and Functionality to Existing Award-Winning Design

Ultimaker Provides Seamless Workflow Integration for 3D Printing with Ultimaker Cura 3.0

Release of new version of slicing software maximizes performance and includes an updated interface

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