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Faster parts with 3D printing

Vehicle maker improves parts supply to keep machines going for longer



Facial reconstruction partnership

Craniomaxillofacial implants to be made by additive methods



The true power of the prototype

Austen Miller explores the often misunderstood role of the prototype and takes a look at its future



New materials to lift new ideas off the ground

New materials and techniques are playing an increasingly important role in aerospace component design. Stephen Dyson considers the latest developments



Process progress in 3D printing

Rapid manufactured materials perfect for the process industry



How surgical safety’s on the up thanks to 3D printing

Changing the way surgeons are diagnosing illnesses and planning interventions. Richard Hoy reports



Outsourcing partnerships that prosper

Manufacturers now consider ‘outsourcing’ as a partnership, rather than a supplier relationship. Stephen Dyson explains why outsourcing projects with trusted partners makes sense



Why it’s time to focus on metal 3D printing

Metal 3D printing is set to grow dramatically over the next five years, but it’s not without its challenges. Paul Tickle reports



Technologies leading the fourth industrial revolution

Technologies leading the fourth industrial revolution



Future forecast: four 3D printing predictions for the months ahead

2017 is already looking like a busy year for 3D printing. For the industry and end users alike, the next 12 months will be filled with opportunity. Here, according to Mark Tyrtania, is what to expect.



Fast, scalable 3D printing

Materialise's 3D printing software used to power the new HP Jet Fusion 3D printing solution



3D printing takes off

Boris Sedacca reports on additive manufacturing for myriad applications



3D printing builds success for Moto2 bike

Team used additive manufacturing to produce a front suspension system



Wear-resistant tribo-powder for 3D SLS printing

Parts are three times more wear-resistant than those printed from standard materials



How cloud computing is changing industrial automation

Jonathan Wilkins examines how cloud computing is disrupting industrial automation



New on the technology radar: from quantum entanglement to deep learning

Smart factories, Big Data and the Internet of Things are the trends of today, but what other technologies should we be looking out for this year? Jonathan Wilkins has these suggestions



3D printing isn’t rocket science … or is it?

Rocket manufacturer United Launch Alliance will 3D print flight-ready rocket components



Software prepares 3D data that otherwise cannot be 3D printed

Rhino3DPRINT’s data preparation tools enables the user to 3D print models from almost any input source and any major 3D format



New colour options for 3D printing materials

Options include red, orange, dark grey, yellow, green, dark blue, white and light grey, says Stratasys Ltd



From the 3D printer into space

The symbiosis of topology optimisation and additive manufacturing will bring one of longest components ever manufactured by industrial 3D printing into space



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