Laser inversion enables multi-materials 3D printing

Additive manufacturing — or 3D printing — uses digital manufacturing processes to fabricate components that are light, strong, and require no special tooling to produce. Over the past decade, the field has experienced staggering growth, at a rate of more than 20% per year, printing pieces that range from aircraft components and car parts to

PostProcess Technologies’ 2020 Post-Printing Trends Survey is now live

PostProcess Technologies has just launched the 2020 iteration of its annual Additive Manufacturing Post-Printing Industry Trends Survey. After a successful debut in 2019, the post-printing (aka post-processing) specialist is again looking to share insights into the 3D printing industry’s most common post-printing methods, most frequently faced challenges, and growth plans. This year’s survey is packed

Burloak Technologies and MDA sign new five year deal to 3D print satellite components 

Canadian manufacturing service bureau Burloak Technologies and communications company MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA) have agreed to collaborate in order to develop 3D printed satellite parts.  The deal will see the companies continue their ongoing partnership for at least another five years, using additive manufacturing to optimize the design and manufacturability of a range of

Raytheon awarded $841K to advance 3D printed military optics

America Makes, an additive manufacturing innovation organization managed by the U.S. Department of Defense, has announced aerospace firm Raytheon Technologies as the awardee of its Additive for eXtreme Improvement in Optical Mounts (AXIOM) Project Call. For its submission titled ‘Topology Optimized Reflective Optics’, the Raytheon team will receive a total of $841K in funding. The

New 3D printing jobs at MyMiniFactory, RMT and Link3D, new appointments at Physna, Fehrmann and more

Welcome to the latest edition of our 3D printing jobs and career moves update for the additive manufacturing sector. If you are looking for a new position in the industry, we keep our 3D Printing job board updated with the latest positions. You can easily apply to any of the posted jobs after creating a

Decathlon boosts supply chain with Figure 4 3D printing

Global sporting goods leader Decathlon has integrated 3D Systems’ Figure 4 additive manufacturing technology into its supply chain. The French retailer claims the resin-based technology has streamlined functional part development and shrunk production cycles, while providing a “major competitive edge in terms of speed, precision, and versatility”. Savings at the additive manufacturing lab The line

New 3D printing jobs at ScheMatter, appointments at AMT, Titomic, Dyndrite, BEAMIT and more

Welcome to the latest edition of our 3D printing jobs and career moves update for the additive manufacturing sector. If you are looking for a new position in the industry, we keep our 3D Printing job board updated with the latest positions. You can easily apply to any of the posted jobs after creating a

Wolf Administration: Poland-Based Manufacturer to Establish New Manufacturing Facility and North American Center of Excellence in Lackawanna County, Create Over 400 Jobs – PA Department of Community & Economic Development

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AREVO and Superstrata reveal custom 3D printed unibody carbon fiber e-Bikes 

AREVO, a Silicon Valley company dedicated to direct digital additive manufacturing of composite materials, has worked with new California-based start-up Superstrata to 3D print the fully-unified carbon composite frames for its upcoming e-bikes.  By producing the frame in a single piece using AREVO’s continuous carbon fibre 3D printing technology, Superstrata has eliminated the need for

The ten additive manufacturing experts receiving AMUG’s 2020 DINO Awards

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) has presented the 2020 DINO Awards (Distinguished Innovator Operator) to ten select individuals. The prestigious award is intended to mark and celebrate expertise and service in the field of additive manufacturing (and is, quite fittingly, in the shape of a brachiosaurus). Instead of the usual on-stage ceremony at the