Medtronic states they won’t be using additive manufacturing to create personalized medical devices any time soon – are they missing out on an opportunity, or do they realize that the opportunity is overstated?
GE Aviation is investing heavily in additive manufacturing to help develop the next line of jet engines. As they develop these skills, they seek to not only make better products, but use this to get an edge in delivering new engines faster.
After the devastating Nepal earthquake, Oxfam used 3D printing to provide faster aid. This post explores that example as well as the other ways that 3D printing can revolutionize the supply chains of humanitarian organizations.
The United States Marine Corps must effectively leverage additive manufacturing or risk losing in the next war.
Additive manufacturing is upending the way auto manufacturers produce vehicles and BMW is leading the revolution
GE, a manufacturing conglomerate recently under heavy scrutiny for its operational capabilities, is heavily invested in re-imagining how its aviation business innovates and operates through the use of additive manufacturing.
Chanel is on the cutting edge of additive manufacturing in the cosmetics industry, as evidenced by their latest mascara launch.
Win-Win Innovation Fueled by the trend of precision medicine, the use of new technologies such as additive manufacturing is seeing an uptick. Additive manufacturing, specifically 3D printing, allows rapid and flexible manufacturing of medical devices that are customized to patient […]
Now that the 4th Industrial Revolution is upon us, industry titan Siemens is positioned on the front lines using 3D printing technology to optimize and innovate manufacturing processes.
This short article describes how Organovo is using a novel technology called bioprinting to produce liver and kidney tissues that could help reshape the way drugs are tested and organs are transplanted in our days. It also discusses the challenges and potential effects on society.