Medtech startup BellaSeno (Leipzig, Germany), which has developed a 3D-printed resorbable scaffold for breast-implant procedures, has signed an agreement with materials supplier Evonik (Essen, Germany) for the long-term use of its Resomer...
The Felix Bio printer developed by Felixprinters (IJsselstein, Netherlands) combines a tried and tested chassis technology with features designed specifically for medical, scientific and research applications.
Boston-based Lux Research identifies the top 20 game-changing technologies—what plastics-related tech made the list at #3? Hint: It’s not 3D printing.
The collaboration seeks to develop a scalable binder-jetting system capable of additively manufacturing large, finished plastic parts.
Airplane manufacturer Boom Supersonic leverages Stratasys F900 3D printer with Aircraft Interiors Solution to produce hundreds of parts for new supersonic demonstrator aircraft.
B9Creations (Rapid City, SD) debuted the B9 Core Med 500 printer and the first two of its suite of biocompatible materials at Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) Minneapolis.
Volvo Trucks North America is utilizing 3D printing technology to produce tools and fixtures used in the manufacturing process at its New River Valley (NRV) plant in Dublin, Virginia, where all trucks for the North American market are built. The...