6 Jul 2020
HP 3D printing
HP, a large information technology company known for developing printers, computers and software, started to look into developing 3D printers around 2012. This profile focuses on the company's 3D printing activities. HP has developed three product ranges of plastic 3D printers, all of which use the company's proprietary MultiJet Fusion Technology to produce 3D printed parts. It has also created a metal 3D printer called Metal Jet.
26 Jun 2020
Voxel8 has pivoted from offering 3D printed electronics to 3D printing footware.
8 Jun 2020
Polypropylene Material to Expand 3D Printing Market
HP is delivering a first of its kind Polypropylene material for additive manufacturing. Polypropylene is a versatile material ideal for a wide range of automotive, consumer, industrial, and medical applications.
4 Jun 2020
HP "Doubling Down" on Digital Manufacturing With New Announcements
HP entries into the 3D Printing world have been significant. With both the release of their Jet Fusion and Metal Jet systems they have made waves in the industry. In a press briefing on 4th June 2019 the company announced they are "doubling down" on their progress in digital manufacturing with a string of announcements.
28 May 2020
Nissan is a global pioneer in the electrification of cars. With almost all car companies moving towards electric, how is Nissan racing to keep up?
19 May 2020
Swarm Farm Robotics is based in Australia.
19 May 2020
Agrointelli is a Danish development firm working on automation in agriculture. It formally started in 2015. In the first year it wanted to be perceived as an innovation. Now, however, it is producing its own products.
7 Apr 2020
BMW Reaffirms Commitment to Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology
Developing alternative powertrain technologies is a top priority for the BMW Group. The carmaker offers first virtual insights into the powertrain system for the BMW i Hydrogen NEXT and reaffirms its commitment to following a carefully considered and systematic route to emission-free mobility.
27 Mar 2020
Innovative Ventilator Device for COVID-19 Patients
Prisma Health has received emergency use authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration for VESper, a unique ventilator expansion device that allows a single ventilator to support up to four patients during times of acute equipment shortages such as the current COVID-19 pandemic. Produced using 3D printing technology, the device is developed with material already in use for medical devices and produced at minimal cost.
25 Mar 2020
Advanced Electric Machines Ltd
Advanced Electric Machines (AEM) produce a novel form of electric motor which has no reliance on rare-earths or copper windings. AEM have a partnership and applications within commerical vehicles and are looking to expand even further.
5 Mar 2020
DisplayLink is a chip and software company whose technology is used in products from the world's leading PC and peripheral brands. Their technology enables wired and wireless VR, monitors, docking stations, video adapters, and more. DisplayLink IDTechEx met with DisplayLink to see their technologies and how they are incorporated into AR/VR Technologies.