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Desktop Metal, a Boston-based 3D printing company, has received $65m in funding from Ford Motor Company and existing investor, Future Fund. more

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On International Women's Day we highlight some of the work women in the 3D printing industry are doing right now in research labs and pioneering startups. more

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Ford Stratasys large car parts

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While smaller 3D-printed parts, such as engine components, have long been tried and tested in automotive vehicles, Ford are looking to lead the way in introducing larger additively manufactured mechanisms using Stratasys' Infinite Build technology. more

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Assistant Editor, Laura Griffiths reports on a trip to Stratasys’ HQ in Minneapolis where the additive manufacturing pioneer demonstrated how it’s shaping the future of FDM. more

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Stratasys unveils future of FDM 3D printing with the Infinite-Build and Robotic Composite "3D Demonstrators". more

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'3D printing factory in store' to introduce iconic Ford truck models and metal 3D printed keepsakes to toymaker kiosks in stores across the U.S. more

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From model cars to supercars - we bring you an update on the latest 3D printing developments in the automotive industry including localised manufacturing, material developments and THAT supercar. more

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The Ford 3D Store launches five 3D printable Ford models ready to download and print at home. more

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Award winning custom scan, design and modelling service Impossible Creations founder, Ian Carter talks to TCT about the value of apprenticeships. more

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Wall Street (by Agamitsudo via Wikimedia Commons)

Voxeljet is set to join the likes of 3D Systems, Stratasys and ExOne on the stock market. more

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Forget all the bad stuff like printing guns and stealing intellectual property, Climate Desk outline the ways in which 3D printing could save the world. more

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Ford's plant in Wayne, Michigan

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3D printing is pushing the boundaries of innovation, USA Today reports. more

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