Canadian researchers in pursuit of artificially intelligent 3D printers

Canadian researchers in pursuit of artificially intelligent 3D printers

New research from the University of New Brunswick in Canada seeks to pair artificial intelligence with 3D printing technologies for application to manufacturing. Edward Cyr’s research, funded by a McCain postdoctoral fellowship, aims to develop an AI system that will approach a problem and 3D print its solution after considering all the alternatives. Cyr (left) […]

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French 3D printing giant Prodways acquires Interson-Protac

French 3D printing giant Prodways acquires Interson-Protac

3D printer machining manufacturer and industrial solutions company Prodways Group, part of Groupe Gorgé, has announced that it will be acquiring a 75% stake in fellow French company Interson-Protac. The small company of 47 employees based outside Montpelier, is a medical device manufacturer. Its expertise is in 3D printed hearing aid tips and made-to-measure ear […]

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3D printed concrete office-hotel coming to Copenhagen

3D printed concrete office-hotel coming to Copenhagen

Danish 3D printing company 3D Printhuset has embarked on the exciting new initiative of 3D printing a Building on Demand (BOD) in Copenhagen. Measuring up at just under 50 square metres, the small “office hotel” is made of 3D printed concrete, and counts itself as one of the first 3D printed buildings in Europe that […]

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3D printing on demand startup mything awarded €2.1 million

3D printing on demand startup mything awarded €2.1 million

In the ongoing quest to search for a more efficient supply chain, 3D manufacturing startup mything.com aims to connect potential customers with designers and local manufacturers to provide them with custom-made 3D printed objects. After securing €2.1 million from Vienna-based KaPA Ventures, mything is set to launch this autumn. A candy bowl customised with a […]

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