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3D Printing News – More On Nasa And 3D Printing

NASA once again is embracing 3D printing. Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering announced that NASA has awarded a three-year, $5.2 million contract to its National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence, or NCAME, to develop additive manufacturing processes and

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Metal Jet Production Service Launched By HP – A Service Bureau For Metal!

HP has announced the launch of its Metal Jet Production Service, enabling customers to upload designs and produce production-grade additively manufactured metal parts in large quantities. The parts are produced by HP partners GKN Powder Metallurgy and Parmatech, using HP’s

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3D Printing Trade Association Looks At NASA And 3D Printing

Does 3D Printing in Space make NASA’s job easier? The 3D Printing In Zero-G Technology Demonstration (3D Printing In Zero-G) experiment demonstrates that a 3D printer works normally in space. In general, a 3D printer extrudes streams of heated plastic,

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3D Printing Trade Association Quotes 3D Printing Book

6 More 3D Printing Myths! Myth #6: The labor unions will never allow a “no labor” manufacturing process. These unions are powerful and have members everywhere. There is no way they will allow products to be made without their hard

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3D Printing With NASA Using The Technology

3D printing has been taking on industry after industry. One can even 3D print food to some extent. Now researchers funded by NASA will apply that technology and manufacturing approach to print sensors and even a partial circuitry for wireless

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3D Printing Trade News – 3D Printing Is Good Enough For Sports Cars

Lamborghini has unveiled its first end-use components to be manufactured with Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) technology. The Italian automotive brand has harnessed 3D printing to produce a new textured fuel cover cap and a clip component for an air duct for its SUV model,

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3D Printing Trends – 3D Printing In Serial Production

According to an EY report, 36% of global firms have already moved towards applying this technology in their everyday working, validating its importance to the industry. 1 in 3 firms shows the trend is here, and it is not a

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So, When Does Amazon Dominate The 3D Printing Industry?

Amazon has received patents on a number of aspects of product customization that suggest it could become the larget marketplace for custom or 3D Printed goods. It could either offer custom goods or become a facilitator for a total reinvention

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Which 3D Printing Innovations were announced at CES 2019?

On the 8th of January, the annual Consumer Electronic Show (CES) kicked off in Las Vegas. It gathered, as usual, thousands of people intrigued about the business of consumer technologies. The show has an essential role in providing a platform

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3D Printing Trends For The Next 5 years

The North American regional market dominated the global 3D printing industry in terms of revenue in 2016, accounting for the maximum market share. The growth may be attributed to the increasing technological advancements and the region’s economic potential to invest

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