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In this edition of Sliced, the 3D Printing Industry news digest, we cover the latest business developments, partnerships, and acquisitions in the additive manufacturing sector. Today’s edition features an array of new materials, end-to-end software innovation, industry progress on sustainability, online training opportunities and a bold new on-demand manufacturing price promise.  Read on for the most recent updates from Elementum […]

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The Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology (ILT) has been awarded a new additive manufacturing standardization contract by ASTM International. Through the project, the Aachen-based institute will focus on selecting and qualifying imaging sensor technology that can be used for machine monitoring purposes in laser powder bed fusion (PBF) 3D printers. The work is ultimately set to advance the standardization of […]

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GE has revealed that it managed to return to revenue growth during Q2 2021 thanks in part to a strong recovery in demand within its Aviation business. For the three months ending June 30 2021, GE turned over $18.3 billion, $600 million (or 3%) more than it managed to generate over the course of Q2 2020. The firm’s marginal revenue […]

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After more than two decades of life-changing medical research for people with disfigurement from major trauma and burns, the UK fundraising charity Scar Free Foundation announced a pioneering £2.5 million…

The post Bioprinted Ear and Nose Cartilage Reconstruction Closer Than Ever to Clinical Trials in the UK appeared first on 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing.

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Over the years, 3D printing has grown more popular and it is now widely accessible. These days, many public libraries and institutions provide free 3D printing services. Materials for this type of printing are now also widely available, either online or in specialised brick-and-mortar stores. Many 3D printers utilise Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM), which aids…

The post Top 3D Printing Materials to Consider for Your Next Project appeared first on 3D Quick Printing.

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In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re starting with some business, as GoProto ANZ has announced an important industry certification, and then Parmatech, 3DEO, and 6K have each…

The post 3D Printing News Briefs, July 24, 2021: GoProto, Parmatech, 3DEO, & MPIF, 6K, Chris Borge, 3DQue, ORNL appeared first on 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing.

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Quality assurance software developer Sigma Labs (NASDAQ: SGLB) has revealed that its revenue fell 14% in Q2 2021 due to an unforeseen series of contract delays.  Over the second quarter of 2021, the company generated an income of just $144,000, $24,000 less than the $168,000 reported in Q2 2020. This decline was primarily caused by setbacks encountered within the firm’s […]

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The fantastic Middle-earth world created by Tolkien has long gone beyond the pages of books and screen scenes. Today, every LOTR fan can recreate their favourite fictional scenes in the backyard using a 3D printer. Annie Moberg, for example, 3D printed Lord of the Rings action figures, Hobbit miniatures and statues to exhibit in her driveway in Sweden. The impressive diorama with cool 3D prints attracts much attention. It can be visited by you even if you live in another corner of the world. Annie 3D printed a breathtaking LOTR diorama and shared the stunning scenes and 3D printing process […]

The post 3D Printed Lord of the Rings Action Figures: Middle-Earth Diorama appeared first on Gambody, 3D Printing Blog.

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