Tag Archives: 3d printing solutions

Skanska leads 3D printing on the City of London building

Skanska 3D Printing

Skanska, a world leading project development and construction group, uses 3D printing technology in the construction of its £50m Bevis Marks development in the City of London.   A Skanska-built office project has achieved an industry first by taking 3D printing out of the research labs and into a live project environment. The 6 Bevis Marks project boasts 3D printed cladding “shrouds”, ... Read More »

Mcor Technologies names SolvoTek as Reselling Partner in Turkey

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Mcor Technologies Ltd today announced that it has appointed SolvoTek, as its newest authorised reselling partner in Turkey. SolvoTek, headquartered in Istanbul, Turkey, is a surveying technology and services provider firm devoted exclusively to establish the use of advanced surveying methods through different disciplines. The firm has an extensive knowledge in 3D Laser Scanning and all related post-processing technics. The company has ... Read More »

3D Printing Cheat Sheet wanted?

One of the Ultimaker user forum member, Nicolinux, claimed that he is thinking about creating a 3D Printing Cheat Sheet. Basically, cheat sheets, for example http://www.cheat-sheets.org,  are short (one or two pages) instructions with common wisdom regarding a specific topic and very popular in programming environment.   He pointed out the following topics why we need to have a 3D Printing Cheat Sheet.   Importance ... Read More »

3D Systems acquired CRDM, UK additive manufacturing pioneer

CRDM, the UK’s pioneering additive manufacturing centre, has been acquired by 3D Systems.   CRDM, is the UK’s foremost provider of 3D printing, rapid prototyping and tooling services for industry, across sectors including automotive, aerospace, medical and defence, and it employees some 40 employees.     3D Systems says that it intends to immediately integrate CRDM into its global Quickparts Solutions ... Read More »

NASA Tests Limits of 3-D Printing

NASA Tests Limits of 3-D Printing with Powerful Rocket Engine Check   After NASA and Aerojet Rocketdyne of West Palm Beach, Fla., testing a rocket engine injector made through additive manufacturing, now NASA has reported that the largest 3-D printed rocket engine component they ever have tested blazed to life Aug. 22 during an engine firing that generated a record ... Read More »