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PostNord Group, the leading supplier of communication and logistics solutions in the Nordic region, today announced they are working with Sony Mobile on 3D.

Read more: PostNord and Sony Mobile working together on 3D

Student race team produces 3D printed mold for highly complex part in just five hours, compared to three weeks lead time with conventional aluminum molds

Significant weight reduction of 60 percent achieved results in higher performance on the track

Stratasys FDM sacrificial tooling enables the team to produce carbon fiber composite intake manifolds with a complex geometry in a single manufacturing operation

Read more: Tecnun Motorsport innovates composite part production with Stratasys 3D printed sacraficial cores

Mexico-based print service provider, Moti Digital 3D printed a towering, head-turning skeleton for the Mexican Festival of Light celebrations in Guadalajara.

Read more: Moti Digitla creates illuminated human skeleton with Massivit 1800 3D printing solution

Ability to respond to customer demands within 24-hours streamlines supply chain efficiency, optimizing production time and accelerating time-to-market 

Read more: Skorpion Engineering accelerates luxury car prototypes using Stratasys Additive Technologies

The Air Force Research Laboratory has published research into 3D printed solar cells. Using Optomec’s aerosol jet technology, the AFRL intend to develop a more efficient production process for harnessing solar power.

Read more: Air Force Research Laboratory creates 3D printed solar cells

This year’s MACH exhibition will see Stratasys, a global leader in applied additive technologies, demonstrate the significant time and cost efficiencies that companies from a host of industries can enjoy when implementing additive manufacturing within their production operations.

Read more: Stratasys to showcase the versatility of its additive manufacturing technology at MACH 2018

XJet Ltd., the additive manufacturing company, announces its participation at two leading additive manufacturing industry events – the AMUG Conference (8-12 April, St. Louis, Missouri) and RAPID + TCT (24-26 April, Fort Worth, Texas) – as part of a larger US tour this Spring.

Read more: XJET US TOUR kicks off with AMUG address followed by Platform debut at Rapid + TCT

On the 5th December at the Digital Skills Show ArtSystems’ STEM Ambassadors, Ted Freer and Will Glass, introduced 3D printing to over 200 students. The event saw year 7 and 8 students from four Nottingham schools experience a variety of interactive digital activities at The National Videogame Arcade in a day designed to generate interest, excitement and awareness of potential digital careers.

Read more: ArtSystems’ STEM Ambassadors bring 3D Printing to students at the Digital Skills Show

Stratasys Ltd., a global leader in applied additive technology solutions, today announced that Spanish aerospace and engineering company, Indaero, has secured new business with several Tier 1 and Tier 2 Airbus suppliers following the use of Stratasys FDM 3D printing for the production of complex tools.

Read more: Indaero secures new business with major Airbus Suppliers using Stratasys Additive Manufacturing

Stratasys, a global leader in applied additive technology solutions, today announced the company is further advancing the impact and use of 3D printing in medical modeling by signing an agreement with Philips.

Read more: Stratasys inks deal to bring advanced 3D printed medical modeling to global health tech leader...

Paris-based sign and display company, METROPOLE, 3D printed this life-size replica of the much-loved Corto Maltese - an Italian adventure comic book series named after the an enigmatic sea captain.

Read more: Massivit 3D brings Italian comic hero to life through 3D printing