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The agreement with Smart International expands Kodak’s brand licensing program to the dynamic 3D printing space. “We are excited to take the Kodak brand into 3D printing and pioneer a best in class series of desktop printers and materials designed specifically for creative professionals,” said Roberto Gawianski, CEO, Smart International. […]

Kodak Enters Consumer 3D Printing Market


Stereolithography is considered to be the process behind 3D printing, with the first equipment being patented in 1984 by Charles Hull, and the first commercial machine developed by 3D Systems in 1988. Today, we are going to learn more about the Stereolithography process to find out what it is.  The stereolithography […]

3D Printing Using Stereolithography


Published by Sandra Helsel, October 31, 2017 12:14 pm <!–Comments Off on Rolls-Royce Could 3D-Print Bodies of Future Cars–> (TheDrive) Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös said recently that the fabled luxury carmaker use 3D printing to create the exteriors of future custom models. “We have done some 3D printing,” Müller-Ötvös said […]

Rolls-Royce Could 3D-Print Bodies of Future Cars


Published by Sandra Helsel, October 31, 2017 12:14 pm <!–Comments Off on Seven-Year old With 3D-Printed Hand Throwing First Pitch for Every MBL Team–> (TechCrunch)  Seven-year old Hailey Dawson is in the midst of a 30-ballpark tour, throwing the first pitch for every MLB team, with the aid of a […]

Seven-Year old With 3D-Printed Hand Throwing First Pitch for Every ...



Published by Sandra Helsel, October 31, 2017 12:13 pm <!–Comments Off on Applied Research Network for 3D Printing Established at University of Adelaide–> (OpenGovAsia)  The Government of South Australia has provided a AU$1.4 million grant to the University of Adelaide to establish the Additive Manufacturing Applied Research Network. The metal […]

Applied Research Network for 3D Printing Established at University of ...


Published by Sandra Helsel, October 31, 2017 12:13 pm <!–Comments Off on UK Can Make $600 Billion by Embracing Industry 4.0 and 3D Printing–> (3Ders.org)  The UK government’s commissioned “Industrial Digitalisation Review,” suggests that the UK could create £455 billion ($600 billion) and 175,000 new jobs by embracing Industry 4.0 […]

UK Can Make $600 Billion by Embracing Industry 4.0 and ...


Published by Sandra Helsel, October 31, 2017 12:13 pm <!–Comments Off on Russian Researchers Introduce 3D Printing with Biobased, CO2 Neutral Polymer–> (Phys.org)  Russian researchers have introduced a polymer made entirely from biomass that can easily and inexpensively be used in 3D printed, CO2-neutral manufacturing. Objects produced in this way […]

Russian Researchers Introduce 3D Printing with Biobased, CO2 Neutral Polymer


The world’s first 3D-printed concrete bridge has just been opened in the Netherlands. The bridge, in Amsterdam, will mostly be used by cyclists. A World First Theo Salet from the Eindhoven University of Technology commented “The bridge is not very big, but it was rolled out by a printer, which […]

World’s First 3D Print Bridge Opens in Amsterdam



Polish 3D printer manufacturing startup SONDASYS is introducing the first polish made polymer SLS 3D printer, the SONDASYS 01, at the upcoming formnext show in Frankfurt. SONDASYS 01 is the first Polish industrial SLS 3D printer. It can work with any material, excluding high-temperature powders. The machine is capable of […]

Polish Made, Scalable Industrial SLS System SONDASYS 01 Launches at ...


When this student (Jack Davies) moved from the UK to Amsterdam to begin his internship at 3D Hubs he was looking to find a faster mode of transport to get to the office on a daily basis. Utilizing his design skills, knowledge of electronics and access to new 3D printing processes, such […]

3D Hubs Intern Creates Fusion E-Board for Work Commute


Meshes made from fibers with nanometer-scale diameters have a wide range of potential applications, including tissue engineering, water filtration, solar cells, and even body armor. But their commercialization has been hampered by inefficient manufacturing techniques. In the latest issue of the journal Nanotechnology, MIT researchers describe a new device for […]

MIT 3D Printed Device Builds Better Nanofibers


Sometimes yes. Why? RepRap has several meanings. The main meaning is, referring to the official RepRapWiki, “humanity’s first general-purpose self-replicating manufacturing machine”. The word “RepRap” is an abbreviation for “Replicating Rapid-prototyper”. The idea originated with Adrian Bowyer in 2004, after the expiration of commercial patents. The idea of RepRap is […]

Is a RepRap 3D printer worth buying?