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Fuofu Hanson

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Hanson is a Mining engineer who has fallen in love with technology. He is a contributor for several tech sites including 3Dprinterchat, Insopra, and others. at 3D Printer Chat he writes Daily 3D Printing News.
3D Printing Solution provider Siemens Mobility wins 30-Year Digital Rail Maintenance contract

3D Printing Solution provider Siemens Mobility wins 30-Year Digital Rail Maintenance contract

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Siemens has moved on from making phones to rail maintenance. The company, Siemens Mobility, saw the industry as a fruitful space to invest in...
Evonik launches 3D printing software tool to help users select best process and material

Evonik launches 3D printing software tool to help users select best process and material

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Evonik, a German specialty chemicals company has announced a software tool for 3D printing. The software which is a first for the company is...
Merck KGaA partners with AMCM/EOS to make 3D printed of tablets

Merck KGaA partners with AMCM/EOS to make 3D printed tablets

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Merck KGaA, a German multinational pharmaceutical, chemical, and life sciences company headquartered in Darmstadt has announced a partnership with Additive Manufacturing Customized Machines (AMCM),...
Impossible Objects announces 3D printing materials partnership and new customers

Impossible Objects announces 3D printing materials partnership and new customers

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Impossible objects, Composite-based additive manufacturing (CBAM) company has announced a partnership with TIGER Coatings, powder coatings & digital printing solutions provider that will focus on...
Relativity Space CEO Tim Ellis to give a talk about the future of 3D-printed rockets

Relativity Space CEO Tim Ellis to give a talk about the future of 3D-printed...

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Elon Musk has done a good job of making the launch industry a feasible start-up idea for individuals rather than countries to create companies...
Audi develops in-house 3D software to expand its 3D printing capabilities

Audi develops in-house 3D software to expand its 3D printing capabilities

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Next-generation cars like concept and luxury cars depend heavily on 3D printing for easily making many parts that go into the car. German automobile...
ExOne Announces New 3D Printing Materials

ExOne Announces New 3D Printing Materials

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ExOne has today announced a host of new materials for printing on its family of metal 3D printers. The global leader in industrial sand...
Loveland high school students customizing 3D printers for elementary schools

Loveland High students won $9000 grant to buy 3D printers for elementary schools

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Loveland High School particular students of Michael Pintaric’s robotics class wrote an application for a grant totaling $9000 to buy six 3D printers for...
Aprecia and Purdue announces a partnership to focus on 3D pharmaceutical printing

Aprecia and Purdue announces a partnership to focus on 3D pharmaceutical printing

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Purdue University's College of Pharmacy, a public research university in West Lafayette, Indiana, and Aprecia Pharmaceuticals, LLC, a global leader in 3D pharmaceutical manufacturing yesterday...
West Point researching bio-printed bandages and organs for field care

West Point researching bio-printed bandages and organs for field care

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The US army has been making strides to incorporate 3D printing into their workflow like using Bio-printed organs. A few weeks ago we reported...
nScript succeeds in making 50 micron dots for 3D printed electronics

nScript succeeds in making 50 micron dots for 3D printed electronics

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nScrypt, the company that produces high precision micro dispensers, has announced that they are able to print solder and adhesive dots in the 50-micron...
3Doodler

New 3Doodler toy lets kids build 3D objects with molds

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The company behind the famous 3D printing pen, 3Doodler is introducing a new toy for preschool and kindergarten-aged children. If you have not heard of...

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