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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.

Published: 3/14/2016

Orion Space Capsule Will be 3D-Printed Onsite at RAPID 2016
We’ve seen 3D-printed cars, kayaks, even a house. So naturally a spacecraft is next on the agenda.

Published: 2/10/2016

Evonik to Double Nylon 12 Powder Production
Growth of 3D printing and thermoplastic composites cited as key contributors to Evonik’s substantial investment.

Published: 1/12/2016

Dutch EU Building Features ‘XXL’ 3D-Printed Bioplastic
Here’s an interesting story that combines bioplastics, 3D printing and recycling.

Published: 12/29/2015

A Look Back at 3D Printing in 2015
3D printing is an exciting industry – there’s always something new going on.

Published: 12/2/2015

The Promise of "4D Printing"
MIT scientist is shaping the next development to 3D printing: 4D printing, where the fourth dimension is time.

Published: 12/2/2015

3D Printing: Hype Vs. Reality
During the 3D Printing USA Conference IDTechEx's Rachel Gordon gave an update on the state of the 3D printing industry as it’s been quite an interesting 2015.

Published: 11/19/2015

3D Printing Offers Much Promise For Materials Scientists
Will the rise of 3D printing mark the dawn of a new "golden age for material scientists"?