2 Aug 2022
Nexa3D are an American 3D printer manufacturer commercializing two proprietary polymer printing technologies: a resin-based technology called Lubricant Sublayer Photocuring (LSPc) and a powder-based technology called Quantum Laser Sintering (QLS). IDTechEx spoke with Sarah Goehrke, Senior Director of Strategic Communications and Ecosystems at Nexa3D.
26 Jul 2022
Copprint Announce First 7 Figure Multi-Ton Copper Inks Order
Copprint is proud to announce the first 7 figure multi-ton copper inks order from a Fortune 500 company. This order covers a 12 months supply to be used in the customer's production line, with projected 10x growth in 2-3 years.
26 Jul 2022
Nidec ASI New Project in Northern Ireland
Nidec ASI, part of the Energy & Infrastructure Division of the Nidec Group, continues to grow in Europe, this time providing Battery Energy Storage System solutions for a major project in Northern Ireland, UK. This plant meets new global environmental and energy needs and the growing demand for renewable energy sources which, thanks to energy storage solutions, can become even more widespread, thus contributing to, and accelerating, the energy transition from fossil fuels to solar, wind and hydro power.
1 Jul 2022
Freightliner: Electric Trucks
Freightliner (a subsidiary of Daimler AG) have been conducting extensive field tests with customers, through their 'Customer Experience Fleet Program' of two fully electric trucks.
10 Jun 2022
Stratasys are an American-Israeli manufacturer of 3D printers and materials, and are one of the oldest and most well-known 3D printing companies in the world.
18 May 2022
DyeMansion Paves the Way for New Materials in Powder Bed 3D Printing
Flexible plastics such as Thermoplastic Polyurethane and Polypropylene are gaining relevance and offer a variety of new applications.
29 Apr 2022
Candela Flying Electric Craft Test Drive Centre Opens in Cannes
After selling more than 100 units in the US and Europe, Candela is now entering the French market thanks to an exclusive partnership with the leading recreational boat reseller Sud Plaisance. Candela C-8 will make its French debut with the aim to change boating for the better on the Côte d'Azur.
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?
9 Mar 2022
Thermexit (Nanoramic Labs): high thermal conductivity materials
Thermexit is a division of Nanoramic Labs and focuses on very high thermal conductivity interface materials for high-performance applications. IDTechEx interviewed Thermexit to learn more about these materials and their potential future products.
25 Feb 2022
Ballard & ABB Receive Approval for High-Power Fuel Cell Concept
The high-power fuel cell unit is a flexible solution that will support the energy needs of multi-megawatt scale vessels with diverse use cases. For example, a cruise vessel operating in coastal areas could either run entirely on zero-emission fuel cell power or switch to it when operating in environmentally sensitive areas or emission control zones, while a ferry with a regular schedule and frequent bunkering opportunities could operate solely on fuel cell power.
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.
14 Dec 2021
CEA-LITEN is part of the French research center CEA, based in Grenoble. It focuses on energy related technologies - this includes printed/flexible electronics and 3D printing. This profile is based on a visit by IDTechEx on 1 December 2021.