Category: 3D Printing

Taking the Art to the Cart

How the UK’s cybersecurity talent shortage could affect the public sector’s resilience against the next WannaCry

The impact of WannaCry was not only devastating on an international scale but brought the NHS to a virtual standstill. The global ransomware attack reportedly cost the NHS an estimated £92 million with as many as 19,000 appointments being cancelled as a result. Considering the impact, it was surprising to find that upon closer inspection the malware itself was relatively simplistic in nature

What Process does Mitchell and Son Web Design Follow

Gone are the days when we knew for certain that everyone was viewing the web on a desktop or laptop computer so websites were designed and developed for that standard experience. Increasingly, people are viewing the web on a variety of devices – tablets, smart phones and other mobile devices.

3D Printing & the Circular Economy : Classical Manufacturing

The traditional manufacturing industry paradigm that we are in today has its roots in various techniques and methods that are proven and have been in use for quite some time. With this though, there come some pros and cons. We are able to create items quickly and efficiently. These methods may not be the best though in terms of sustainability with products.

Next-Generation Oligomers for Formulating 3D Printing Inks & Resins

As more and more manufacturers look to replace traditional mass manufacturing processes with 3D printing, they are striving to create new, higher quality printing materials that overcome problems with deformation, have superior surface quality, and provide better mechanical properties. From a commercial perspective, 3D printing is very appealing, especially in applications where only relatively small …

The State Of 3D Printing, 2019

These and many other fascinating insights are from Sculpteo’s 5th edition of their popular study, The State of 3D Printing (29 pp., PDF, opt-in). The study’s methodology is based on interviews with 1,300 respondents coming from Europe (64%), United States (16.6 %) and Asia (20.2%), which is the fastest growing region internationally today as measured …

New tech can 3D print bathroom in a day

Scientists have created a system that can 3D print a bathroom — complete with concealed drains and piping — in less than a day. The interior of the unit includes a sink, mirror, shower, toilet bowl, ceramic tiled walls and flooring. After printing, the bathroom is furnished with toilet fittings to become a pre-fabricated unit, …

Small businesses can tap into growth with better web presence

British high streets will receive a boost with a new digital skills programme run by Google.

Singapore: Researchers Test Potential of High Entropy Alloys in EBM Metal 3D Printing

Metal 3D printing is becoming invaluable for many manufacturers today worldwide, and the research regarding processes and materials continues as researchers from both Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology and Nanyang Technological University explore metal powders being used in electron beam melting (EBM) technology today in ‘Additively manufactured CoCrFeNiMn high-entropy alloy via pre-alloyed powder.’ Most studies …


RAPID 2019: Titan Robotics Unveils New Atlas H 3D printer & Dual Pellet Extrusion System

RAPID 2019: Titan Robotics Unveils New Atlas H 3D printer & Dual Pellet Extrusion System Detroit’s Cobo Center is on fire with new technology this week as the Rapid+TCT event comes to town from May 20-23, with exhibits opening from over 400 ‘technology providers’ on the 21st. Companies like Titan Robotics (Colorado Springs) are unveiling …