The two-day event consists of 18 seminars covering topics from aerospace, art and bioprinting to the makers revolution, start-ups of all kinds, and more.
3d Printing News
The U.S. Army plans to build warheads with smaller, more compact parts that save the army money and allow for more security measures.
Amazon's 3D Printed Products store is a development that the company characterizes as a shift toward a more fluid concept of inventory.
Researchers are implementing a printing process that transitions from one metal or alloy to another in a single object.
QSQM, a manufacturer of DLP 3D printers in China, announced that the company has been acquired by Nanjing F.M. company for $1 million.
Janssen Research and Development, a Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical company, is looking into 3D printing living tissue for drug research.
A team at Cornell has developed a new kind of building material – interlocking ceramic bricks that are lightweight and need no mortar.
DimensionAlley, Europe's first 3D printing FabCafé is celebrating its six month anniversary with a showcase of objects printed in the facility.
A 3D printed replica of King Richard III’s remains have been unveiled in Leicester, England ahead of the opening of a museum honoring the king.
Researchers at the University of Connecticut are using 3D printing to design, print and study replicas of antique musical instruments.