From 3D Scanning to 3D Printing: A Behind-the-Scenes Have a look at Reverse Engineering – 3DPrint.com

Moving from a broken part to a 3D printed replacement can be more complicated than you think. Fortunately, Xometry has the right resources to do this job. This story is about reverse engineering, how 3D printing can be used for parts and what it takes to generate 3D CAD from complex physical parts. If you’ve… Continue reading From 3D Scanning to 3D Printing: A Behind-the-Scenes Have a look at Reverse Engineering – 3DPrint.com

Launcher’s Rocket 3D Printing Will get a Enhance from New VELO3D Metallic 3D Printer – 3DPrint.com

Space startup Launcher is adding a second VELO3D metal printing system to its Long Beach, California facility to improve its additive manufacturing processes. A high-performance small satellite missile developer, Launcher, will use the new Sapphire platform only to print high-performance titanium rocket components, such as the pressure vessels for the company’s third stage orbital transfer… Continue reading Launcher’s Rocket 3D Printing Will get a Enhance from New VELO3D Metallic 3D Printer – 3DPrint.com

Boeing and Companions Set up Totally Managed Distributed 3D Printing Community – 3DPrint.com

Based on a digital platform from Assembrix, Boeing, EOS, BEAMIT and 3T Additive Manufacturing have built a fully controlled distributed 3D printing network across continents. The network was able to produce parts directly remotely and securely on EOS 3D printers, heralding a possible future in which distributed additive manufacturing (AM) could become part of standard… Continue reading Boeing and Companions Set up Totally Managed Distributed 3D Printing Community – 3DPrint.com

3D Printing Webinar and Occasion Roundup: August 29, 2021 – 3DPrint.com

As we move from August to September, we’re headed for a slower week of webinars and events covering topics from ceramic printing and SOLIDWORKS 2022 to 3D printing for medical simulation and more. Read on for all the details! Ceramic exhibition in Cleveland, Ohio This week, Ceramics Expo returns for a live, in-person event at… Continue reading 3D Printing Webinar and Occasion Roundup: August 29, 2021 – 3DPrint.com

3D Printing Information Briefs, August 25, 2021: Software program Beta, Self-Replicating Printer, & Extra – 3DPrint.com

We start with materials in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs as XJet announced the commercial availability of Alumina Ceramic. Raise3D announced the beta version of ideaMaker 4.2.0, and a new MIT student has won an IEEE grant for their self-replicating 3D printer. Stratasys 3D printed several components for Champion Motorsport’s modified Porsche racing car. Eventually,… Continue reading 3D Printing Information Briefs, August 25, 2021: Software program Beta, Self-Replicating Printer, & Extra – 3DPrint.com

Stifel: Main the Cost in 3D Printing Funding Banking Advisory – 3DPrint.com

In a recent article from 3DPrint.com PRO, I had the opportunity to speak to Stephen Butkow and Bryan Dow, the directors of Stifel’s Global Technology Investment Banking Group. The interview gave me a number of insights into the booming private and public investment markets of additive manufacturing (AM), but also shed light on the role… Continue reading Stifel: Main the Cost in 3D Printing Funding Banking Advisory – 3DPrint.com

3D Printing Webinar and Occasion Roundup: August 22, 2021 – 3DPrint.com

From food 3D printing and GE Additive’s Arcam EBM Spectra L 3D printer to 3D printing and CAD in a post-pandemic world and topology optimization, we’ve got a busy week of webinars and events to tell you about. Read on for all the details! SPEE3D Exhibiting at Space Symposium For another week running, Australian company… Continue reading 3D Printing Webinar and Occasion Roundup: August 22, 2021 – 3DPrint.com

SPACs In all places: 3D Printing Corporations Going Public in 2021 – 3DPrint.com

The SPAC trend that revolutionized the IPO market in 2020 will continue in 2021. Blank check mergers by Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) rose to a record $ 170 billion worldwide in 2021, surpassing last year’s total of $ 157 billion. According to financial research firm SPAC Analytics, 248 SPAC IPOs accounted for 55% of… Continue reading SPACs In all places: 3D Printing Corporations Going Public in 2021 – 3DPrint.com

3D Printing Information Briefs, July 22, 2021: XJet, TPM & Duncan Parnell, Seurat, FedDev Ontario & College of Waterloo, Tata Applied sciences & Stratasys, US Marine Corps, Nexa3D, INTAMSYS, Shell, ORNL & Native Motors – 3DPrint.com

We’re sharing plenty of business news with you today in this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, starting with two new executive appointments at XJet and TPM’s acquisition of Duncan Parnell’s 3D printing division. Seurat has raised funds to develop its Area Printing metal AM technology, FedDev Ontario is investing in an AM consortium based… Continue reading 3D Printing Information Briefs, July 22, 2021: XJet, TPM & Duncan Parnell, Seurat, FedDev Ontario & College of Waterloo, Tata Applied sciences & Stratasys, US Marine Corps, Nexa3D, INTAMSYS, Shell, ORNL & Native Motors – 3DPrint.com

Pioneering 3D Printing Supplier Fathom to Go Public by way of SPAC Deal at $1.5B Valuation – 3DPrint.com

3D printing company Fathom announced that it is working with blank check company Altimar Acquisition Corp. II will merge in a multi-million dollar deal that will help expand its on-demand digital manufacturing platform through a series of planned acquisitions. Under the terms of the transaction, which is expected to close in the fourth quarter of… Continue reading Pioneering 3D Printing Supplier Fathom to Go Public by way of SPAC Deal at $1.5B Valuation – 3DPrint.com