FDA clears EnvisionTEC dental material for 3D printing

FDA clears EnvisionTEC dental material for 3D printing

EnvisonTEC has announced their E-Denture material for 3D printing lifelike dentures is now FDA approved. E-Denture will be available on a limited basis in the third quarter of this year. EnvisionTEC CEO Al Siblani said, “ This new material expands EnvisionTEC’s already industry-leading dental materials library. Even more importantly, E-Denture gives our 3D printer owners […]

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Kodama smashes Kickstarter goal for $99 Obsidian 3D printer

Kodama smashes Kickstarter goal for $99 Obsidian 3D printer

Last year, we reported on the breakthrough that 3D printer manufacturer Kodama achieved with its Trinus 3D printer . The first all-metal 3D printer available for under $500, it was the San Francisco-based startup’s first product on the market, and its success led to the announcement of an even more affordable machine. The Kodama Obsidian […]

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The future of 3D printing by Clement Moreau CEO Sculpteo

The future of 3D printing by Clement Moreau CEO Sculpteo

This is an article in the 3D Printing Industry thought leadership series looking at the future of additive manufacturing. Clement Moreau is the CEO of Sculpteo , a company offering access to a wide range of 3D printing technologies. Sculpteo also provide a software suite for metal 3D printing called Agile Metal Technology. 3D Printing […]

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The Economist takes a look at 3D printing

The Economist takes a look at 3D printing

3D printing has returned to the cover of the Economist magazine. The first issue from July features several articles and a leader about additive manufacturing. This is not the first time 3D printing has been featured heavily by the magazine, however on this occasion 3D printing shares cover space with the President of the United […]

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