NewPro3D has announced its NP1 DLP 3D printing platform is now commercially available after years of R&D and beta testing. Read more


Voxeljet VX100


Voxeljet has announced it is to bring to market a 3D printing production system capable of delivering volume additive manufacturing for automotive applications. Read more


Solutions Center Customer Induction


Renishaw’s graduate scheme has been heralded as the UK’s number one in the engineering and manufacturing sector for companies taking more than 30 alumnae a year. Read more


Discovery Live Ansys


Ansys, a leading company in engineering simulation and 3D design software solutions, has launched its new Discovery Live platform, which enables the instant simulation of 3D designs. Read more


Lloyds Register has certified an additively manufactured part for the oil & gas industry for the first time. Read more


MSU Denver Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin/ PR Newswire

Global aerospace company, Lockheed Martin has pledged a $1 million grant for the development of an on-campus additive manufacturing facility in the company’s name at Metropolitan State University (MSU) of Denver. Read more


Altair PLD Space software support

PLD Space

Simulation technology company, Altair has provided support to European space tech start-up, PLD Space, in the form of its HyperWorks software and engineering expertise. Read more


United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) has announced a $75 million investment in an Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence. Read more


LimitState, a UK-based engineering software provider, has launched the latest version of its Form 3.0 design optimisation software which can be leveraged by additive manufacturers. Read more


Seymourpowell VR


Seymourpowell's VR design technique enables users to collaborate without the use of more than one headset via a mobile app. Sketches, curves and surfaces can all be visually drawn, and visually assessed, by numerous collaborators simultaneously. Read more


Global technology and engineering group, Emerson has today opened an advanced additive manufacturing centre at its Singapore campus. Emerson is aiming to spur innovation and accelerate speed to market for new products with this new centre. Read more


Siemens nuclear power plant component


Engineering and technology company, Siemens has installed a 3D printed component in a Slovenian nuclear power plant. The part is a metallic, 108mm diameter impeller for a fire protection pump that is in constant rotating operation. Read more



Rob Chron

Desktop stereolithography leader launches new High Temp, Durable and Tough resins geared towards engineering applications. Read more


UK engineering firm’s growth confirms demand within UK industry for new approach to engineering and appreciation of the benefits of horizontal innovation. Read more


Rob Weston from Renishaw talks plans to introduce Solution Centres to provide firms with the opportunity to take advantage of metal additive manufacturing. Read more

TCT Conference @ Formnext

Laser scan marks trio of engineering success through collaboration with the Centre for Digital Documentation and Visualisation for conservational and educational models. Read more



GRAITEC subsidiary Adris is continuing its UK expansion by announcing the acquisition of MicroCAD. The combined company will have a turnover of more than £17 million. Read more


Combined with the new HandySCAN 3D scanner, Pipecheck 2.2 offers never-before-seen speed and accuracy when evaluating pipeline degradation and remaining service life - a major shift from traditional assessment methods. Read more


David Cameron has praised additive manufacturing industry leader Renishaw for its contribution to reviving British industry while on a tour of the company's Woodchester facility this month. Read more


ARRK, an additive manufacturing champion and industrial service provider, has appointed a new Head of European Region. Tony Lowe has taken on the newly-created position. Read more