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The Effect of Medical Device Regulation on 3D Printed Specific Implants

The new regulation might highly affect manufacturers of 3D printed patient-specific implants…


Turning Asteroids Into Spaceships

Made in Space recently announced their plan to use 3D printing to turn asteroids into spaceships.

Design & Process Innovation

Is 3D printing the key to sustainable manufacturing?

A study from the U.S. Department of Energy revealed that additive manufacturing can reduce…

Design & Process

Students creating tiny 3D printed houses

As part of their school curriculum, students in Fruitvale, CO are creating and…

Design & Process Innovation

This new 3D printer can manufacture more detailed ceramics

A startup out of New York called Kwambio has designed and developed new…


St. Mary students become inventors with 3D printers

The GE Additive Education Program is helping St. Mary’s Catholic School incorporate…

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Metrology expert elected to UK’s Royal Academy of Engineering

Professor Geoff McFarland, Group Engineering Director at Renishaw, a global engineering…

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Renishaw and Identify3D Collaborate to Enable Secure Digital Manufacturing

Renishaw, a world leader in metrology and additive manufacturing (AM) technologies…

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NDT Company Launches Exclusive High Energy CT Inspection Service

Jesse Garant Metrology Center (USA and Canada) is pleased to announce the launch of its new…

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Titanium Taking Off

From bicycles to airframe and engine parts, from automotive structures to dental implants, additive manufacturing with titanium powders is taking off. Called a “miracle metal” in some circles for its unique combination of properties, titanium and its cast and wrought alloys offer designers solutions to often challenging combinations of requirements for strength, shape memory, corrosion resistance and biocompatibility…