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6 Jul 2020


Markforged are notable players in composite 3D printing (notably with continuous carbon fiber) and Metal 3D printing.
6 Jul 2020

BMW Group Opens new Additive Manufacturing Campus

The BMW Group has officially opened its new Additive Manufacturing Campus. The new centre brings together production of prototype and series parts under one roof, along with research into new 3D printing technologies, and associate training for the global rollout of toolless production.
1 Jul 2020


Rapidia provide a bound metal 3D printing system. IDTechEx spoke Dan Gelbart (Founder).
24 Jun 2020

Desktop Metal

Desktop Metal is providing affordable high-throughput additive manufacturing solutions. IDTechEx spoke with Arjun Aggarwal (VP of Business Development & Product).
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25 Sep 2019

Desktop Metal expands materials portfolio

Characterized by its stability in heat treatment, exceptional hot hardness, and abrasion resistance, H13 is a tool steel widely used in hot work applications. High toughness and hardness also make it an ideal metal for cold work tooling applications as well.
10 Sep 2019

Airwolf 3D

3D printer manufacturer Airwolf3D have a longstanding expertise in the field of professional level FFF. IDTechEx Technology Analyst caught up with Eric Wolf to learn more about their latest innovations.
30 Apr 2019

IDTechEx Research offers insights into 3D Printing industry innovation

The sheer volume of new 3D printing announcements gives the impression that the technology is evolving on a weekly, if not daily basis. Certainly if 2018 set the bar, 2019 has not disappointed to date, with the number of new printer processes commercialized indicating that 3D printing is continuing to gain momentum. Forthcoming reports from IDTechEx Research help to navigate this rapidly moving domain, with three new reports covering the key areas of technological innovation.
27 Jun 2018

3D printing materials market to be worth $16B in 2028

Following commercialisation in the 1990s, today 3D printing has established itself as an attractive manufacturing solution for prototyping and beyond. Materials suppliers are poised to capitalise on this unmet demand, with the 3D printing materials market to be worth $16B in 2028.
25 Apr 2018

BMW Group plans additive manufacturing campus

The BMW Group is to invest more than €10 million in a new Additive Manufacturing Campus. Located in Oberschleissheim, just north of Munich, the facility will allow the company to continue developing its expertise in this field of work.
9 Mar 2018

The 3D printing market will be worth $22B in 2028

From its humble beginnings in the late 1980s, through to the global force that it is today, the capabilities of 3D printing technology have expanded dramatically, to establish itself as an attractive manufacturing solution for prototyping and production.
24 Jan 2018


Based on the success of prolific startups Desktop Metal and Markforged, CoLiDo is seeking a slice of the metal additive manufacturing market, with good reason, it is the fastest growing segment of the entire 3D printing industry.
8 Aug 2017

The 3D printing metals market will be worth $12B in 2028

Following commercialisation in the 1990s, today metal 3D printing has established itself as an attractive manufacturing solution for prototyping and beyond.
4 Jul 2017

SLM Solutions NA

One to watch: competing Production inkjet printer using low cost MIM powder shipping 2018 offers significantly higher build speeds and reduced cost to DMLS technology.
26 Apr 2017

Desktop Metal emerges from stealth mode offering two metal printers

After nearly 2 years of closely guarded secrecy, Desktop Metal emerged from stealth mode to unveil their hotly anticipated metal 3D printers.
29 Apr 2016

Strong growth in metal 3D printing

Year-on-year revenue growth among 3D metal printing companies has been incredibly strong. SLM Solutions' revenue up 97.1%; Arcam's revenue up 70%; Concept Laser's revenue up 35%. Several companies in this space are remarkably similar, all using the same technology, so what does distinguish them?