27 Jun 2016
First heart structure 3D printed in zero gravity with human stem cells
A trio of high-tech companies have teamed up to develop a space hardened 3D bioprinter capable of manufacturing human organs and tissues in orbit.
12 May 2016
FlexTech completes flexible hybrid electronics projects
FlexTech has announced the formal completion of three flexible hybrid electronics R&D projects under its U.S. Army Research Laboratory technology investment agreement.
31 Mar 2016
IDTechEx Show! ARDEC Win Best Development 3D Printing Equipment Award
A presentation by ARDEC, winner of the IDTechEx 3D Printed USA award in the category of "Best Development in 3D Printing".
19 Nov 2015
Best Innovations in 3D Printing Machines and Materials
Each year at the IDTechEx Show!, the analysts from IDTechEx and other thought leaders present awards to companies leading research, innovation and commercialisation in they industries they cover.
19 Nov 2015
Winners of the 2015 IDTechEx awards on EH, IoT and 3D Printing
This year's IDTechEx awards on 3D Printing, Energy Harvesting & Storage and the Internet of Things were announced on Wednesday, Nov 18, during the IDTechEx Show! in Santa Clara, California. The 5 awards were presented by Mr John LeMoncheck, President & CEO of Cambrios, a distinguished leader of both innovative startups and public companies.
5 Nov 2015
New 3D additive fabrication tool released by NovaCentrix and nScrypt
NovaCentrix and nScrypt are excited to announce the first public showing of their new integrated equipment designed especially for 3D additive fabrication.
30 Oct 2015
The exciting fringes of 3D printing
The core of the 3D printing industry is well known. Consumer-level 3D printers continue to sell like hot cakes. GE are manufacturing over 100,000 fuel nozzles in metal for their next-generation jet engines. And so on. The fringes of 3D printing are less well known but they are just as exciting.
7 May 2014
This profile summarizes the activities of US-based nScrypt Inc in the area of 3D bioprinting. nScrypt Inc was founded in 2002 as a joint venture between Sciperio and Spectra Technologies (now Metro Automation Inc). Its initial expertise was micro-dispensing systems which technology it has adapted to emerging fields, including 3D bioprinting.