Siemens and NVIDIA to Build Industrial Metaverse
Manufacturing software maker Siemens and GPU maker NVIDIA announcement partnership to build industrial metaverse
Editor’s Pick: Print metal on plastics printer
Ultimaker Metal Expansion Kit for Ultimaker S5 enables a switch between thermoplastic and metal printing.
Collins Aerospace Opens Additive Manufacturing Center
The company also expands maintenance, repair and operations capabilities.
New Programmable, Expanding Foam Polymer
Desktop Metal FreeFoam enables heat-activated 3D printing of foam parts.
Prototek Acquires 3D Printing Company
Acquisition will expand additive manufacturing capabilities.
Ultimaker Offers Metal Expansion Kit
Users can efficiently switch between printing plastic and metal on one 3D printer.
3D Printing Materials Market Expands in Complexity and Diversity
IDTechEx study finds expansive materials portfolio fueling AM innovation across markets.
Hexagon Announces Nexus for Smart Manufacturing
Nexus will enable real-time data sharing between different design, simulation and production applications.
SPEE3D Releases New Phaser Nozzle for Metal Printer
The nozzle is designed to work with a wider range of hard phase materials, and with an increase in deposition velocity. 
Velo3D Aims Large for 3D Printing
Sapphire XC 1 MZ enables large-format metal 3D printing up to one meter in height.
Editor’s Pick: Accelerating lattice generation
nTopology third generation update features fundamental rewrites to its core software, which nTopology says improves the existing product.
Countermeasures for the Great Resignation
AR/VR-based training could be the antidote to recruitment and retention blues.
Velo3D Releases Sapphire XC 1MZ for Large-format Metal 3D Printing
New 1-meter Sapphire XC to begin shipping in late Q3 with initial systems being delivered to several aerospace companies.
Artec 3D Launches Artec Studio 17
New release provides full inspection and reverse engineering workflows, as well as CGI features and user experience updates.
Large-Format 3D Printer Operates on WAAM Tech
Named RoboWAAM, the metal printer sports a large build volume of 2x2x2 m and is full of new sensing hardware.



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