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Trumpf, the German machine tool and laser system manufacturer, has announced it will be introducing two new TruPrint 3D printing platforms to market at TCT Show in September.

Read more: Trumpf to introduce two new TruPrint metal 3D printing platforms at TCT Show

Matt Woods built his first 3D printer as an undergraduate in a Penn State dorm room with just $700 in materials.

Read more: Penn State graduate launches low-cost metal 3D printing startup

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

Optomec announced that the company was awarded a NASA SBIR contract for the further development of an Adaptive Laser Sintering System (ALSS).

Read more: Optomec announces NASA award for Adaptive Laser Sintering System

Luxembourg based Artec 3D have been in the 3D scanning space for over a decade, and have established themselves as one of the forerunners of handheld 3D scanning technology.

Read more: 3DPnews Q&A session with Artec 3D

So what does the future hold for additive manufacturing? Stratasys Gold Reseller SMG3D - www.smg3d.co.uk - suggest that it's time to look ahead to a future where additive manufacturing plays an increasingly vital role in the manufacturing process...

Read more: Boo! Where’s Your Future?

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, an indirect subsidiary of Stratasys, today released "3D Printing's Imminent Impact on Manufacturing", an in-depth industry report highlighting current and impending trends in 3D printing.

Read more: Survey reveals 3D Printing's imminent impact on manufacturing

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

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, one of the world’s largest 3D printing and advanced manufacturing service providers, has been chosen by Airbus to produce 3D printed polymer parts for use on A350 XWB aircraft.

Read more: Stratasys Direct Manufacturing selected to 3D print polymer serial flying A350 XWB parts

EnvisionTEC, a leading global manufacturer of desktop and full-production 3D printers and materials, received FDA approval for its new E-Denture material for the 3D printing of lifelike dentures.

Read more: EnvisionTEC receive FDA approval for E-Denture material to 3D print removables