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Ford Using KUKA Robot at Automotive Facility for 3D Printing
March 21, 2022
Productivity has increased since Ford installed a KUKA robot at is advanced manufacturing facility in Redford, Mich. The robot is being used to move 3D printed parts.
3D Systems Acquires Oqton to Make Additive Manufacturing More Accessible
September 10, 2021
Oqton's cloud-based, AI-enabled Manufacturing Operating System can help manufacturers automate production processes. 3D Systems is making its own software available as add-ons.
Launcher Buys Second Metal 3D Printer From Velo3D for Rocket Parts
September 1, 2021
Launcher, which is developing rockets and orbital transfer vehicles to affordably launch small satellites, has added a second 3D printer from Velo3D for titanium.
Desktop Metal to Acquire ExOne for Leadership in Additive Manufacturing for Mass Production
August 11, 2021
Desktop Metal and ExOne, both of which claim to be 3D printing pioneers, plan to combine their offerings in a broad portfolio for additive manufacturing at scale.
Additive Manufacturing and Robotics—the Bloom of a New Machine?
July 22, 2021
Manufacturing and construction face a bright future in which 3D printing and robots enable the fabrication of more sustainable structures and massive wind turbines.
Würth Additive Group to Distribute Markforged’s Digital Forge 3D Printing Platform Globally
July 18, 2021
Würth will help distribute Markforged's Digital Forge 3D printing platform for 3D printing metals and other materials, as Markforged prepares for SPAC deal and public listing.
Steel Bridge 3D-Printed by MX3D Officially Opens in Amsterdam
July 15, 2021
MX3D worked with partners in business, academia, and government to 3D-print a stainless steel bridge now installed over an Amsterdam canal. It is the largest construction of its kind.
Desktop Metal Buys Multi-Material Deposition System Firm Aerosint
July 13, 2021
3D printing firm Desktop Metal has acquired Aerosint, a Belgian maker of a system that uses a patented process enabling full three-dimensional control of material placement.
Italian Sheet Metal Manufacturer Uses nTopology Software for 3D-Printed Grippers
June 12, 2021
Preziosa Francesco worked with Add-it design engineers, Desktop Metal 3D printers, and nTopology software to quickly create grippers for its robotic cell and press bending machine.
Top 10 Robotics Transactions of May 2021
June 5, 2021
Robotics transactions in May 2021 slowed from the previous month, but companies supplying autonomous trucks, software and sensors, and systems for new applications raised millions of dollars.
Formlabs Closes $150M Series E to Grow 3D Printing Tech, Doubles Valuation to $2B
May 20, 2021
Formlabs said it plans to use its Series E funding, led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2, to expand its portfolio of 3D printing technologies and hire more employees.
Desktop Metal Acquires Adaptive3D, Adding Elastomer Capabilities to Materials Portfolio
May 18, 2021
Adaptive3D said its printed elastomer technology complements Desktop Metal's Xtreme 8K mass-production printers for high-speed, high-volume production of cost-effective parts.
Makerbot Method 3D Printers Support BASF Forward AM Composite Material
February 22, 2021
Users can explore printing rigid 316L stainless steel parts for industrial applications alongside advanced engineering polymers and composites on METHOD with the MakerBot LABS Experimental Extruder.
Additive Manufacturing and Generative Design Co-Pilot Hyundai’s Ultimate Mobility Vehicle Concept
February 18, 2021
Autodesk and Hyundai partner to push the boundaries of increasing strength while reducing weight for TIGER's modular platform architecture.
Frontline Relief With 3D Printing
February 15, 2021
Additive manufacturing comes to the rescue in earthquake, tsunami, and even war.