3D Printing Spotlight On: Julie Reece, VP of Marketing, Rize
We have been following the story of Rize Inc. and its mission to remove the strain of post-processing — the ‘dirty little secret of 3D printing’ and a seemingly small area with a big impact — from the equation. The company had been operating in stealth for two years before announcing the Riz
Slow Progress for 3D Printing Outside the Cabin
The spluttering progress of additive manufacturing in aerospace has advanced another layer with a production agreement between Etihad Airways Engineering (EAE) and Diehl Aerosystems.
Shortly after receiving its Part 21J production approval from EASA, EAE announced the pilot project to design, 3D pr
Clinicians use 3D printing to treat woman with degenerative spinal condition
Clinicians recently used 3D printing to help treat a woman with a degenerative condition of the spinal column.
Standard spinal cord stimulation could not be performed on the patient due to her spinal anatomy. By using 3D printing techniques to create a model of the patient’s lower spine, the invest