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  • Con3D Consortium Shows Off Large Concrete 3D Printed Sofa — Buildings Are Next

    Con3D Consortium Shows Off Large Concrete 3D Printed Sofa — Buildings Are Next

    The Con3D Consortium–which consists of three Spanish companies: Prodintec, an additive manufacturing and design firm; Coprosa, a large construction firm headquartered in Asturias, Spain; and Tudela Veguín, a global leader in the production of cement and lime–have recently begun showing off the progress that they have made in this space.

  • What Can Additive Manufacturing Do for Tooling?

    What Can Additive Manufacturing Do for Tooling?

    The global tooling industry is the largest horizontal industry, sustaining every major vertical industrial manufacturing sector. Since manufacturing and tooling are highly interdependent, none of them would ever be as productive without its support. Countless products are assembled using jigs and fixtures or are produced by molding (injection, blow, and silicone) or casting (investment, sand, and spin). No matter the application, manufacturing tools increase efficiency and profit while maintaining quality.

  • NASA 3D Prints the World’s First Full-Scale Copper Rocket Engine Part

    NASA 3D Prints the World’s First Full-Scale Copper Rocket Engine Part

    Day in and day out, we see new types of technologies emerge from the 3D printing space, as well as different uses which test the feasibility and potential that 3D printing has within the fields of manufacturing. One organization which is really beginning to embrace 3D printing, is NASA. Whether it is 3D printing rocket parts or sending 3D printers to the International Space Station, NASA gets it — 3D printing is the future of manufacturing. It’s easy to argue this point when someone off of the street comes up to you and says that 3D printing will revolutionize the world, but when some of the most brilliant minds in the world prove it in a scientific lab, that’s when we should all start to take note.

  • Modelling Carbon Fiber Composites: Challenges, Solutions, and the Integrated Future

    Modelling Carbon Fiber Composites: Challenges, Solutions, and the Integrated Future

    The Batmobile made great use of it. Nearly every champion bicycle racer in the Tour de France, winners of several professional golf tournaments, and many of you with stylish phone cases have grown fond of it.

    The new “it” material is carbon fiber.

    If Toray, one of the leading carbon fiber manufacturers is any indication, applications for carbon fiber are on a screaming uptrend.

  • Will 3D Printing Have a Larger Economic Impact Than the Internet? One Venture Capitalist Thinks So

    Will 3D Printing Have a Larger Economic Impact Than the Internet? One Venture Capitalist Thinks So

    Back in the late 1990s when the internet began creeping its way into homes and businesses, it was impossible to foretell the economic impact that it eventually would have on society as a whole. While estimates of its annual impact on the economy are all over the place, anywhere from $3 trillion to $6 trillion worldwide, one thing is for sure: it’s a game changer. In 2012, it was estimated that 4.7% of all US economic activity was the result of the internet. Three years later and this number has surely grown.

  • Organovo Presents Data on Fully Cellular 3D Bioprinted Kidney Tissue

    Organovo Presents Data on Fully Cellular 3D Bioprinted Kidney Tissue

    Bioprinting is in our future. No longer the stuff of sci-fi dreams, the technology is taking a true hold in today’s world — and even in the dictionary. By bringing 3D printing together with living cells to create viable organic structures, companies like San Diego, California-based Organovo (NYSE: ONVO) are changing the shape of medical technology.