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3 Aug 2022

PrinterPrezz

PrinterPrezz are a US-based end-to-end manufacturer of 3D printed medical devices. IDTechEx spoke with CEO Shri Shetty to discuss the company's mission.
2 Aug 2022

Nexa3D

8 Jul 2022

BCN3D Technologies

27 Jun 2022

Ultimaker

Ultimaker are a Dutch manufacturer of desktop FFF printers. This update covers two major changes for the company.
22 May 2022

ExOne

ExOne are a fully-owned subsidiary of Desktop Metal manufacturing binder jetting printers. At RAPID + TCT 2022, ExOne launched a new sand binder jetting printer called the S-Max Flex.
15 Mar 2022

Metal Additive Manufacturing Rebounds to Hit $18 Billion by 2032

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted a key target market for metal additive manufacturing - aviation. Additionally, global supply chain disruptions have led companies to re-evaluate their operations. Within this environment, how has metal additive manufacturing fared?
8 Feb 2022

Desktop Metal

Desktop Metal's healthcare business unit, Desktop Health, launched its first DLP printer called the Einstein in February 2022.
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19 Jan 2022

Why is the 3D Printing Market not Consolidating?

"We expect to see the additive manufacturing market consolidating in the near future" has been the refrain of many for nearly a decade now. The thought really strengthened after major acquisition moves by industry titans Stratasys and 3D Systems between 2010-2012. Stratasys would acquire wax 3D printer company Solidscape and merge with material jetting pioneer Objet in 2011-2012, while 3D Systems completed a jaw-dropping 13 acquisitions between 2011-2012. With so many major moves by market leaders in the early 2010s, it seemed like market consolidation was just around the corner.
2021
16 Dec 2021

3D Printing Hardware: On Its Way to an $9.9 Billion Peak

In the thirty years since the founding of the 3D printing industry, countless printing technologies have been invented, patented, and commercialized - from fused filament fabrication to digital light processing, selective laser melting to binder jetting, material jetting to sheet lamination, and every unique printing technology in between. With every new technology, the additive manufacturing market has grown its ability to expand into new applications, end-users, and industries. From this perspective, 3D printers can be considered the core foundation underlying the additive manufacturing industry's growth in recent years.
7 Dec 2021

Join the Upcoming Webinar Exploring the 3D Printing World After COVID

Wednesday 8 December 2021 - How has COVID-19 affected the 3D printing industry? Is the industry already on the path to recovery, or is the pandemic a major setback to AM's progress? What do the IPOs, mergers, acquisitions, and SPAC-offerings mean for the future of 3D printing? and more.
7 Dec 2021

3D Printing in 2021: Micro-Trends in Major Materials

Within this year of recovery, IDTechEx has noted the development and/or continuation of micro-trends within each major 3D printing subspecialty: polymer, ceramic, composite, and metal additive manufacturing. In this article, IDTechEx identifies and explains the micro-trends for each material specialty that are worth keeping an eye on going into 2022.
2 Dec 2021

Tethon 3D

Tethon3D is a materials company specializing in ceramic resins and powders for 3D printing based out of Omaha, Nebraska, USA. IDTechEx spoke with Trent Allen, CEO of Tethon3D.
1 Dec 2021

Massivit 3D

Massivit 3D recently released the Massivit 10000, their printer for large tooling for composites manufacturing. IDTechEx interviewed Erez Zimerman, CEO of Massivit, about the Massivit 10000 launch.
23 Aug 2021

3D Printed, Biocompatible Graft Could Repair Damaged Ear Drum

The PhonoGraft device is a 3D-printed, biocompatible graft that could be implanted to repair a damaged eardrum. If its clinical development is successful, the PhonoGraft technology could mitigate the pain, drainage, and hearing loss associated with ear drum perforations that affect millions of individuals worldwide.
22 Jul 2021

3D Printing Composites Will be a $2bn Industry Within the Next Decade

3D printing of fiber-reinforced polymers is rapidly approaching a commercial tipping point. This is quickly becoming one of the most exciting and impactful areas of 3D printing; over the next decade the market will grow to $2 billion, the installed base and applications will expand, and technology will continue to mature.
9 Jul 2021

Markforged

Markforged is a company that specialize in 3D printing of composites and metals. IDTechEx visited their facilities and spoke with Michael Papish (Head of Marketing) and Elissa Silverman (Senior Product Marketing Manager).
26 May 2021

Massivit 3D

Massivit 3D is an Israeli 3D Printing company that manufactures and sells large-format thermoset deposition printers and materials. IDTechEx spoke with Ido Eylon, VP of Global Sales and Marketing at Massivit 3D.
10 May 2021

Additive Manufacturing for Volume Production of Wood Parts

At the core of this innovation is the Forust process, which combines two waste streams from traditional wood production, sawdust and lignin, to sustainably produce isotropic, high-strength wood parts.
6 May 2021

Uniformity Labs

Uniformity Labs produces new dense powders for metal additive manufacturing. IDTechEx spoke with Dr Adam Hopkins (CEO & Founder) and Geoffrey Doyle (VP of Business Development).
18 Jan 2021

Desktop Metal to buy EnvisionTEC for $300 Million

Desktop Metal Inc announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire EnvisionTEC for total consideration of $300 million, consisting of a combination of cash and newly issued Desktop Metal stock.