torc2 has developed a new form of plastic that has the potential to revolutionise the way limb conditions and injuries are treated.
Desktop Metal has secured a $115m Series D investment to further accelerate the company’s rapid business growth and adoption of its end-to-end metal 3D printing systems.
The sole focus on vehicle tailpipe emissions as a measure of environmental impact has led to serious unintended consequences, according to new research by Cranfield University’s Sustainable Manufacturing Systems Centre
Global industrial group, ThyssenKrupp AG, has implemented a new digital platform in its materials division to better connect machines and enable predictive maintenance.
US metal products manufacturing company Arconic (formerly Alcoa) has come under scrutiny over the role of one of its products in the fatal Grenfell Tower fire in London.
The world’s largest manufacturer of modular carpets, Interface, has unveiled a carbon negative carpet, which is binding, reversing and absorbing CO2 within its manufacturing process.
A new natural hemp skateboard line is to be launched as a Kickstarter project today by cutting edge skate brand, Rolkaz Collective.
Life-changing surgeries at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham are being greatly improved by the addition of Polyjet 3D printing technology from Stratasys.
McLaren Racing is hoping to accelerate design modifications and reduce the weight of its 2017 Formula 1 MCL32 race car by expanding its use of Stratasys 3D printed components.
Jonny Williamson discusses the benefits of ‘thinking additive’ with Philip Hudson, UK managing director of additive manufacturing pioneer, Materialise.