December 30, 2022

Rich Knowledgebase for 3D Printing Industry

Photo By Devin M Pisner | From left: Scott Ziv, a mechanical engineer in Carderock’s Additive Manufacturing Branch; Capt. Todd Hutchison, commanding officer; Paul Young, head of the Fabrication and Technical Support Division; and Ryan Franke, a technician in Carderock’s Subtractive and Additive Manufacturing Branch, cut the ribbon during the grand opening of Carderock’s new Advanced Manufacturing Prototyping (AMP) Lab at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division in West Bethesda, Md., on June 23, 2022. (U.S. Navy photo by Devin Pisner)

New Advanced Manufacturing Prototyping Lab Opens at Carderock

Envisioned as a spiritual successor to the Manufacturing Knowledge and Education (MAKE) Lab that was previously in Naval Surface Warfare...

Meta buys 3D-printed lenses startup Luxexcel

Meta Platforms Inc., the parent company of Facebook, has acquired 3D-printed lenses startup Luxexcel Group B.V. for an undisclosed sum to improve...
Supports Lego Goa-3

Additive Manufacturing Hub Supports Lego Goa

Lego Goa is a small team of whiz kids in Goa doing wonderful things in robotics. As the name of the...
The five stages of the ExaAM simulation workflow. Turner et al.

DOE labs using exascale computing to advance additive manufacturing

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, with collaborators from Los Alamos National Laboratory, National...
3D printed clamp installed at a Shell site

Shell successfully installs the first 3D printed Leak Repair Clamp

Shell has successfully installed the first 3D printed leak repair clamp in service. Clamps, also known as mechanical leak repair...
The Indian construction AM Ecosystem ends the year on a positive note

The Indian construction AM Ecosystem ends the year on a positive note

The Indian construction additive manufacturing ecosystem observed two significant events this week. First, a lab dedicated to construction 3D Printing...