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At formnext powered by TCT Daniel O'Connor met up with Natural Robotics to take a look at some of the parts it is managing to achieve with its 40W CO2 laser, almost unheard of power on the desktop. more

21 Nov 2017 16:41 Daniel O'Connor's Blog

Todd Grimm's regular TCT column zooms in on resting the urge to impulse buy when it comes to additive technologies. more

20 Oct 2017 15:20 The Todd Grimm Column

Cathryn Langley, Associate Product Manager – Analytical Imaging, Malvern Instruments explores the processes behind improving metal powders for 3D printing. more

Guest Blogs

Laura reflects on a busy three days at the 22nd TCT Show in Birmingham where partnerships and industrial applications could be seen all over the show floor. more

2 Oct 2017 21:01 Laura Griffiths' Blog

All for one ...

Todd Grimm discusses the value of building a support group to better understand the possibilities and considerations in additive manufacturing. more

18 Sep 2017 10:04 The Todd Grimm Column

Implants on build plate

Renishaw

Design and manufacture considerations for medical implants

Dave Beeby, Principal Development Engineer, Additive Manufacturing Technology and Concepts at Renishaw, discusses the considerations for additively manufactured implants. more

18 Sep 2017 09:41 Guest Column

From Additive Manufacturing to Adaptive Production

John Hart, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discusses the role of academic institutions in driving additive manufacturing. more

14 Sep 2017 14:51 Guest Column

Experiences of commercialisation

Matthew Gilbert, co-founder of LimitState talks through his experience of commercialising a research project. more

12 Sep 2017 14:13 Guest Column

Group Editor, Daniel O'Connor discusses the new German-language edition of TCT Magazine, available now for FREE on the TCT App. more

12 Sep 2017 10:53 Daniel O'Connor's Blog

Group Editor, Daniel O'Connor, goes to a lot of trade shows, for his fifth TCT Show this coming September he's shared some of his top tips to get the most out of your visit to the NEC next month. more

23 Aug 2017 16:55 Daniel O'Connor's Blog

Avalanche in Additive Manufacturing

In Todd's latest column he looks at how 3D printing technology has gone into overdrive since his talk at TCT Show back in 2016. more

30 Jun 2017 11:06 The Todd Grimm Column

On #INWED17 Deputy Group Editor, Laura Griffiths discusses gender attitudes in additive manufacturing and why we've still got a long way to go. more

23 Jun 2017 10:00 Laura Griffiths' Blog

On International Women in Engineering day, Laura Griffiths speaks to several female engineers about the multiple faces of engineering and why more women should be coming into the industry. more

23 Jun 2017 09:00 Laura Griffiths' Blog

Laura Griffiths reflects on Autodesk's first Autodesk University London event where the future of making was all about data, generative design and AM. more

22 Jun 2017 21:06 Laura Griffiths' Blog

Laura Griffiths provides a quick glance at the product innovations on show at Autodesk University, taking place for the first time in London this week. more

21 Jun 2017 13:17 Laura Griffiths' Blog

Deputy Group Editor, Laura Griffiths reflects on the Materialise's bi-annual conference in Brussels where talk of Research Co-creation and Development was central. more

16 Jun 2017 15:06 Laura Griffiths' Blog

Deputy Group Editor, Laura Griffiths reports on a trip to Lyon where a number of native 3D printing companies were showcasing their "made in France" stamped technologies. more

15 Jun 2017 16:15 Laura Griffiths' Blog

Why technology/design crowdfunding projects are extra risky

CEO and Co-founder of M3D, Michael Armani discusses why crowdfunding projects for new technology pose increased risk for businesses and backers. more

15 May 2017 14:34 Guest Column 1 Comments

The Blackbelt3D printer is about to take off

Blackbelt3D - Twitter

UPDATED ON WED MAY 3: Editor, Dan O'Connor spotted something of interest in his twitter timeline last week. A new, Dutch 3D printer capable of printing huge parts using a conveyor belt system. more

2 May 2017 15:49 Daniel O'Connor's Blog

Editorial Assistant, Sam Davies reports on how The British Museum teamed up with ThinkSee3D to solve a 9,500 year old mystery. more

28 Apr 2017 12:17 Sam Davies' Blog