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Published: 11/23/2016

Solvay to Fast-Track its Position in Additive Manufacturing
The combination of Sinterline technology and MMI Technyl Design is shaping the future of 3D printed functional automotive parts.

Published: 10/24/2016

New 3D Printer Uses COCs for Microfluidic Devices; ABS Terpolymer for 3D Printing
Specially designed 3D printer uses COCs for microfluidics; new ABS player promotes terpolymer for additive manufacturing.

Published: 10/20/2016

Spotlight On 3D Printing at K 2016
During K 2013, Arburg captured everyone’s attention with its novel Freeformer machine for additive manufacturing. We’ll find out soon what will be the next showstopper, but in the meantime, here’s a preview of some cool and innovative 3D printing te...

Published: 10/19/2016

K2016 Reporter’s Notebook: Materials News
Celanese to offer PEEK, TPE; SABIC eyes new Gulf Coast facility; Covestro displays automotive, electronics innovations; and Baerlocher launches heat stabilizer for recycled resins.

Published: 10/7/2016

Dimensional Stability of Subtractive Mfg With the Design Freedom of Additive
IKV to demonstrate additive manufacturing of materials in granular form, including highly filled thermoplastics.

Published: 8/17/2016

Satellite With 3D-Printed Thermoplastic Chassis to Launch into Space
The project is also an experiment to test the viability of satellites with 3D-printed parts in the harsh environment of space.

Published: 7/20/2016

Mercedes-Benz Turns to 3D Printing for Plastic Spare Parts
Marks the first time the company is offering 3D-printed spare parts.

Published: 7/13/2016

NASA 3D Prints Plastic Design Tool in Space
NASA challenges students to upload and print a part astronauts can use on the 3D printer that's orbiting earth in International Space Station.

Published: 6/22/2016

Japanese Automaker Joins Stratasys to 3D Print Custom Parts
More stories are emerging that take 3D printing beyond just the prototyping phase to factory tooling and even short-run production, exploiting the technology for mass customization of consumer products.

Published: 6/13/2016

Startup Turns Recycled Plastic into 3D Printing Filament
Plenty of companies are taking advantage 3D printing’s disruptive nature in the manufacturing space, but I came across an Amsterdam-based startup that is taking the disruptive concept even further.

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