Nano Dimension, which has developed the DragonFly 2020 Pro, has now announced a new online service for 3D printing electronic circuit boards and antennas. Continue reading “Nano Dimension launches 3D-print service bureau”
Digital Metal, which has developed a 3D metal printer that produces high definition small parts, is expanding as it ramps up production of its DM P2500 and new components, doubling the production plant and office in Höganäs. Continue reading “Digital Metal expands further”
Prodways has had a good start to this year, with the first sales of its ProMaker LD-10 3D printers to leading dental laboratories in Italy, Germany and the United States. Continue reading “Prodways sells first ProMaker LD10”
Jason Oliver has become CEO of GE Additive, taking over from Mohammad Ehteshami, who will continue to advise on strategy before retiring later this year. Continue reading “Jason Oliver to head GE Additive”
Formlabs has announced two new resins and a partnership with 3Shape to develop a solution to create custom earbuds, which it will be demonstrating at this week’s Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas, USA. Continue reading “New materials and customised earbuds from Formlabs”
Sciaky, which is a subsidiary of Phillips service industries, sold four of its metal additive manufacturing machines last month, which will be used to 3D print titanium structures for aerospace applications, as well as to produce large parts for ground-based military vehicles, and warships. Continue reading “Sciaky sells four EBAM metal printers”
On the face of it, wide format inkjet printing does not seem like the most revolutionary print technology around. For a start, we’re mostly talking about reasonably long viewing distances so resolution and image quality isn’t as important as, say, with a label press.
GE has tightened its grip on Arcam, with its subsidiary GE Sweden acquiring shares in Arcam from Elliott Management and Polygon Investment Group. Continue reading “GE to complete Arcam acquisition”