Bee-inspired flying 3D printers
Imperial College London and Empa researchers have created a fleet of bee-inspired flying 3D printers that build and repair structures while flying.
Europe’s first 3D-printed office extension now complete in Austria
Europe’s first 3D-printed office extension has opened in Hausleiten in Austria. The project is a result of a collaboration between the construction technology group STRABAG and the scaffolding and formwork manufacturer and 3D concrete printing pioneer PERI. The building is a 125-metres-squared office extension to an existing building in Hausleiten.
A Star is Born: SHINING 3D Launches EINSTAR 3D Scanner
SHINING 3D, a global provider of 3D technologies from 3D scanning to 3D printing, launches EINSTAR, an affordable handheld 3D scanner to make high-quality 3D data acquisition accessible for everyone.
BOFA showcases 3D printing filtration and atmosphere management tech
The company will be displaying a wide range of technology at the show, including an enhanced capacity 3D PrintPRO 4 and 3D PrintPRO HT (high temperature) alongside the established 3D PrintPRO range
A two-story 3D printed house – The US’ largest so far – has been started by PERI and CIVE
While the US and Canada have seen several 3D printed buildings in recent years, in the US all of these have been single-story buildings. In market terms +50% of all constructed single-family homes in the US are in fact 2 stories or more, underlining the importance of 3D construction printing to go higher.
Cementos Progreso use COBOD’s 3D construction printers to solve the housing deficit
Cementos Progreso, Guatemala’s largest cement company, spearheads use of COBOD’s 3D construction printers in Latin America to solve the housing deficit.
North America’s first 3D printed two-story building
While the US and Canada have seen several 3D printed buildings in recent years, until now all of these have been single-story buildings.
Digitally printing dense micron-sized materials on flat and non-flat surfaces
Additive manufacturing (AM) offers tremendous possibilities for the fabrication of next-generation microelectronic devices, including lower cost and simplicity. Yet, there are several challenges to the widespread use of AM techniques for microfabrication. Łukasz Kosior from XTPL further discusses.
3D Pin Inspection with EyeVision 3D software
With the EyeVision 3D software, pins of any shape can be measured and checked for their correct position and reeling circle.
3D Systems announces CuNi (CuNi30) alloy for laser powder bed fusion
3D Systems is pleased to announce CuNi30, a corrosion-resistant, copper-nickel alloy for use with its DMP Flex 350 metal 3D printer.