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 •  December 11

Here’s another round-up of some recent 3D printing events you might have missed. We’ve got stories including Emerging Implant Technologies partnering with HCA, a new 3D printing institute being launched in Dubai, and more besides. 1. Emerging Implant Technologies partners with Hospital Corporation of America for 3D printed medical devices Emerging...

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 •  December 6

Fully-functional replacement organs could be the next big step for 3D printing technology in the medical sector, but that is still some way off, with bio-engineers currently trying to perfect the fabrication of smaller tissues. However, 3D printing is still making considerable strides with the production of artificial versions of organs, which are...

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 •  November 30

Russia’s Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech) has officially launched its new Additive Manufacturing Laboratory (AM Lab). The state-of-the-art facility is equipped with a range of 3D printing technologies, including metal, ceramic, and polymer-based systems. The new AM Lab, which is part of Skoltech’s Center for Design,...

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 •  November 21

Here’s another 3D printing news round-up, to make sure you’re up to speed with all the latest developments. Stories you might have missed include Cellink partnering with Takara Bio, Proto Labs acquiring parts supplier RAPID, and more besides; 1. 3D Printhuset completes 3D printing for Building On Demand Copenhagen based 3D Printhuset announced...

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 •  November 20

Australia’s University of Wollongong has been given a A$347,000 ($262,358) grant from the Australian Research Council (ARC) to establish a 3D bioprinting facility. The money brings the university one “step closer” to launching the bioprinting facility, which will be used to develop 3D printable bioinks, as well as innovative bioprinting...

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 •  November 14

Chemicals company SABIC has launched its new LEXAN EXL AMHI240F 3D printing filament, an FDM material offering high performance and low-temperature ductility. SABIC is also releasing other FDM materials and eight new reinforced compounds for large-format additive manufacturing. LEXAN EXL AMHI240F SABIC (Saudi Basic Industries Corporation) is...

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 •  November 14

Chemical company BASF has announced additive manufacturing collaborations and partnerships with EOS, XAAR, and Ricoh as it looks to expand its industrial 3D printing capabilities. The three separate deals will see BASF develop 3D printing materials for the other companies. Global chemical company BASF is steadily beginning to occupy a larger and...

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 •  November 9

To kick things off this Thursday, we’ve got more exciting news for this year’s formnext exhibition, as scientists from the Germany-based Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT have announced they will be presenting their latest development there: a new, large-scale SLM laboratory system. The new selective laser melting 3D printing system,...

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 •  November 7

Here's another 3D printing news round-up, to keep you up to speed with all the latest developments. Stories this time include a partnership between Polar 3D and Makers Empire, the release of an update to Ultimaker's 3D printing management software, and more besides. 1. Polar 3D and Makers Empire join forces Polar 3D has announced the acquisition of...

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 •  October 31

Northwestern Germany has cemented its position as a leading player in the 3D printing industry thanks to a new state-sponsored centre for additive manufacturing in Hanover. The landmark Niedersachsen ADDITIV facility represents a €1.2 million investment for the government of Lower Saxony, and will focus primarily on research, development, and...