COBOD’s 3D construction printing tech in Ukraine
An initiative to rebuild Ukraine has commenced in Lviv, Ukraine. This remarkable project is led by the humanitarian foundation Team4UA and carried out by the Danish 3DCP Group using COBOD’s BOD2 printer and aims to address the pressing need for educational infrastructure in the country.
Introducing new speed mode for Zortrax 3D Printers
Zortrax is launching a free speed mode feature, allowing for up to 3x faster printing on Zortrax desktop 3D printers.
Europe’s largest 3D printed building is being constructed in Germany
Europe’s largest 3D printed building is initiated by KRAUSGRUPPE, a project developer, builder, investor, real estate manager, and broker in the Heidelberg area.
3D Systems showcases portfolio enhancements at RAPID+TCT 2023
3D Systems has announced it will showcase its additive manufacturing (AM) solutions at RAPID+TCT 2023 that are catalysing innovation across industries including motorsports, semiconductor equipment, aerospace, and medical device manufacturing.
The hunt for the UK’s best engineer guitar player
The hunt to find the UK’s best engineer guitar player will culminate in the Guitar Legends competition at Manufacturing & Engineering Week 2023.
Sculpteo launches a unique 3D printed part recycling programme
Sculpteo offers to its customers RE-cycleo, a new recycling programme for parts printed with Nylon PA12 and Nylon PA11.
Experience 3D construction printing live with COBOD virtual reality
COBOD, the specialist global manufacturer of 3D construction printers, is pleased to announce the launch of its Virtual Reality (VR) solution for 3D construction printing.
Passive 3D printed robot hand can identify and grip objects
Researchers from the University of Cambridge have designed a passive, low-energy, soft 3D printed robotic hand that can grip a range of objects and identify the amount of pressure to use so it doesn’t drop them – all without motorised finger joints.
Single shot of sound can create 3D objects
By using “shaped ultrasound,” scientists from the Micro, Nano, and Molecular Systems Lab at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research and the Heidelberg University claim they can create 3D objects in a “single shot.”
3D print your own fume extraction system connector
What better way to attach an atmosphere and air management system to a 3D printer than by printing the connector yourself?