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Published: 3/21/2018

U.S. Military Researchers Use Recycled PET For 3D Printing Parts
Researchers said the driving force for this work is to enhance warfare capability and readiness by enabling repairs while deployed and to reduce dependence of the logistical supply chain.

Published: 3/15/2018

Senvol Developing Data-Driven Additive Manufacturing Software for U.S. Navy
The software under development will be made commercially available to any company looking to qualify AM parts.

Published: 3/7/2018

Carbon-Filled Thermoplastic 3D Printing Material Replaces Handmade Metal Parts
Handmade metal part required replacement three times a month, with delivery times of a month or more.

Published: 3/1/2018

PT Columnists Bozzelli and Sepe Headline New SPE Conference
Design for Injection Molding and 3D Printing technical conference slated for March in Illinois.

Published: 2/14/2018

Bring Your Molding Problems to Long Beach; Come Home With Processing Solutions
We are just two weeks out from Molding 2018—have you checked out the program for the injection molding industry’s top networking and knowledge-sharing event?

Published: 2/13/2018

SABIC Weighs In On Additive Manufacturing Materials
  Overarching trend in plastics additive manufacturing: transition from a history of prototyping to a future of end-use part production.  

Published: 1/29/2018

Molders: Where Is 3D Printing Now; Where Is It Headed; Should You Come Along?
As the capabilities of injection molding and 3D printing continue to converge, when does additive manufacturing shift from a nice-to-offer to a must-provide for molders?

Published: 1/11/2018

New Custom 3D-Printed Earbuds
A process was launched to produce custom silicone ear molds using the Form 2 3D printer and Formlabs’ standard clear resin as part of the “year of mass customized earbuds.”

Published: 12/15/2017

3D Printing Biomaterials Make Push Into Medical Devices, Longer Term Implants
Group of companies is advancing biomaterials turning cellulose with thermoplastics made from sustainable resources into 3D printed medical devices.

Published: 12/7/2017

3D-Printed Sneakers Gaining Traction
Under Armour, adidas, Nike and New Balance are applying different additive manufacturing technologies and materials for customized kicks.

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