Ai Build launches new version of its AI-powered 3D printing software
3D Printing Industry
by Alex Tyrer-Jones
2d ago
London-based 3D printing software developer Ai Build has launched Aibuild 2.0, the latest version of its cloud-based, artificial intelligence (AI) powered software.  Premiering at RAPID + TCT 2024 in Los Angeles between June 25-27, the update integrates new automation, built-in AI assistance and ISO 27001 data security certification into Ai Build’s flagship product.  The company ..read more
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Replique to boost its AM capabilities with extended funding round
3D Printing Industry
by Ada Shaikhnag
2d ago
Register now for our Additive Manufacturing Advantage online event for insights on AM developments in aerospace, space, and defense sectors from industry leaders! Replique, a venture born out of chemical company BASF’s business incubator Chemovator, has announced an extension of its seed funding round following initial funding in May 2023.  Lead investor STS Ventures contributed alongside other investors for this ..read more
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Apple to include 3D printed components in the new Apple Watch Series 10
3D Printing Industry
by Alex Tyrer-Jones
2d ago
New smartwatches from global consumer electronics company Apple Inc. will include metal 3D printed components, a report from TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo indicates.  The US-based technology giant will reportedly include parts 3D printed by Chinese 3D printer manufacturer Bright Laser Technologies (BLT) in its Apple Watch Series 10.   Kuo’s predictions, recently published in ..read more
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Lampshades by Paolo Castelli Spa and WASP: introducing ‘Haibu’ at Salone del Mobile 2024
3D Printing Industry
by Ada Shaikhnag
3d ago
Register now for our Additive Manufacturing Advantage online event for insights on AM developments in aerospace, space, and defense sectors from industry leaders! In alliance with WASP, Paolo Castelli Spa has introduced ‘Haibu’, a 3D printed ceramic suspension lamp, at Salone del Mobile 2024.  This project explores the intersection of light, 3D printing techniques, and the properties ..read more
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The Additive Manufacturing Advantage: INTERVIEW Tobias Petzinger
3D Printing Industry
by Michael Petch
3d ago
Tobias Petzinger, an applications specialist at AMCM, focuses on benchmarking and application-related projects for the company’s largest machines. His role involves supporting customers, mainly in the aerospace and defense sectors, to optimize their use of AMCM’s technology. “Most of the time, their applications are pretty critical,” Petzinger noted, emphasizing the complexity and precision required for ..read more
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Titomic solidifies its technological foothold with defense and aerospace contracts
3D Printing Industry
by Ada Shaikhnag
4d ago
Register now for our Additive Manufacturing Advantage online event for insights on AM developments in aerospace, space, and defense sectors from industry leaders! Australian metal 3D printer manufacturer Titomic has announced progress in its engagements within the global defense and aerospace sectors.  By securing contracts from international defense prime contractors and key suppliers, Titomic has demonstrated its ..read more
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Latest research delivers stable ESD properties for safer electronics manufacturing
3D Printing Industry
by Ada Shaikhnag
4d ago
A new study demonstrating the electrostatic discharge properties for applications contains valuable insights for the high-tech semiconductor industry, and beyond. Led by researchers Brian Martin, Vinoth Nathan, Enrique Tovar, and Daniel Rothfuss, PhD, the study is titled “Electrostatic Discharge Properties in Resin 3D Printing.” This research focuses on the need of circuit board manufacturers for ..read more
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UK Government introduces new export controls on metal 3D printers
3D Printing Industry
by Alex Tyrer-Jones
4d ago
The UK Government has introduced new export controls on ‘emerging technologies,’ including metal 3D printers, semiconductors, quantum computers, and cryogenic cooling systems.    The new controls restrict shipments of military goods and dual-use technologies which can be used for civilian and military applications. In relation to additive manufacturing, the restrictions impact metal 3D printers that employ ..read more
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The Additive Managing Advantage with Matthias Schmidt-Lehr, AMPOWER
3D Printing Industry
by Michael Petch
4d ago
Matthias Schmidt-Lehr is a distinguished expert in additive manufacturing and a Managing Partner at AMPOWER, a consulting firm that focuses on industrial 3D printing. He holds a degree in mechanical engineering and has garnered significant experience in the sector, particularly in metal additive manufacturing. At AMPOWER, Matthias leads strategy and business development, providing advisory services ..read more
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EOS sign new agreement to integrate nLight beam shaping lasers into its 3D printers
3D Printing Industry
by Alex Tyrer-Jones
4d ago
Semiconductor and fiber laser specialist nLight has agreed to supply Munich-based 3D printer manufacturer EOS with its AFX programmable beam-shaping lasers.   This joint strategic cooperation will make the lasers available on EOS’ metal 3D printers. The companies will also implement a series of complementary laser-based technologies to enhance the light engines of EOS 3D printers ..read more
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