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Published: 4/9/2019

See It Live: The Ultimate Crossover of Injection Molding & 3D Printing
AddiFab, Mitsubishi Chemical and Alba Enterprises to demonstrate Freeform Injection Molding at Rapid + TCT show in May.

Published: 2/28/2019

Pope's Private Army Equipped With HP's 3D-Printed Helmets
Using HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology, HP was able to 3D print helmets that were more comfortable for the guards without sacrificing any of their iconic style and aesthetic. 

Published: 2/13/2019

Carbon, Lamborghini Partner on 3D-Printed Auto Parts
Carbon’s partnerships with automakers like Ford, BMW and Lamborghini show an emerging trend to use digital fabrication for production at scale. 

Published: 2/11/2019

Industry Collaborations and Next-Generation Materials Highlighted by Eastman at MD&M West
Eastman’s collaboration with Clemson University includes leading manufacturer of disposable medical devices and innovative medical thermoformer.

Published: 2/1/2019

Lignin-Nylon Composite for Additive Manufacturing
ORNL has created a formulation that could spur a profitable new use of an intractable biorefinery byproduct: lignin.

Published: 1/31/2019

3D-Printed Headphones Receive Cool Idea! Award from Protolabs
The grant helps Tucson startup meet customization requirements during device’s trial stage.

Published: 1/30/2019

Workshop Helps Molders Reimagine Components, Assemblies & Finished Products
How would you change a plastic product’s design if you weren’t constrained by the limits of injection molding?

Published: 1/17/2019

Carbon, Ford Collaborate on 3D-Printed End-Use Parts
At the 2019 North American International Auto Show, Carbon unveiled the first digitally manufactured polymer parts in production for Ford Motor Co.

Published: 1/3/2019

Plastics Technology’s Top 10 Most-Viewed Blogs of 2018
Nylon 66 supply issues, 3D printing, injection fill time tips, NPE2018 news and more—here are the 10 most-viewed blogs at PTOnline.com in 2018.

Published: 12/12/2018

Stratasys Produces 3D-printed Parts for Britain's Angel Trains
All parts have been designed for additive manufacturing using Stratasys’ Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology.