Air New Zealand has successfully ordered and fitted a 3D printed part to one of its Boeing 777-300 airliners.
A University of Melbourne team has launched a new guide — 3D Printing Rights & Responsibilities — outlining for consumers what they need to know before printing in 3D, including the potential risks in creating and sharing 3D printable files.
HP has released details at RAPID, the world’s largest 3D additive manufacturing conference, of what it claims is the first production-ready 3D printing system, scheduled for commercial delivery in late 2017.
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