3D Printing/Additive manufacturing
In his keynote at LiveWorx17, PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann demonstrated how close physical objects and their digital twins have become.
torc2 has developed a new form of plastic that has the potential to revolutionise the way limb conditions and injuries are treated.
A world-first commercial 3D printer, invented in Darwin, has the potential to revolutionise manufacturing in Australia.
The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry has become the first centre in the UK to install the latest pioneering high-speed 3D printer.
US-based electronics company GE has announced that it is forming a partnership with medical technology company Stryker to advance additive manufacturing.
Matt Pulzer reports from a buzzing additive manufacturing conference in Pittsburgh, where a major announcement from Stratasys heralded additive technology’s move into continuous manufacturing.
Jonny Williamson rounds up the key takeaways from Autodesk University London, which brought together design and engineering professionals from around the world.
The latest Annual Manufacturing Report has revealed what benefits manufacturing and engineering companies get or expect to get from additive manufacturing.
The Manufacturer sat down with the head of GE Additive, Mohammad Ehteshami, to discuss what the future holds for additive manufacturing.
3D printing and additive manufacturing company, Stratasys, has signed a three-year technical partnership agreement with Boom Supersonic to bring the commercial airline one step closer towards routine supersonic aviation.