At this week’s RAPID + TCT show, there was an emphasis on how 3D printing was part of the present and not so much part of a distant future.
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3D Printing Industry is in Detroit this week to bring our readers all the news from RAPID + TCT.
The 3D printing industry continues to grow by developing specialized applications for three industries: aerospace, medical and automotive.
The biggest show in 3D printing is underway right now. As always, the beat of RAPID + TCT 2019 is “what’s new in 3D printing?”
This week’s RAPID+TCT additive manufacturing show in Detroit promises to demonstrate the latest and greatest in how 3-D printing is poised to surge into full-scale manufacturing and challenge
Today at the Rapid 2019 conference in Detroit, SmileDirectClub announced that it’s making a major investment in HP’s industrial Multi Jet Fusion systems.
HRE builds some amazing aftermarket wheels, and last year, the company blew minds when it unveiled a set of concept wheels made from 3D-printed titanium.
The first day of the RAPID + TCT conference was bristling with activity.
How do integrated circuits, metal foundries’ investment casting molds, and inkjet printing heads inspire someone to invent a 3-D printing technology?
As North America’s most influential additive manufacturing and 3D printing event, RAPID + TCT attracts thousands of industry leaders representing some of the world’s biggest companies.