News & Updates

Using 3D printing to save the dinosaurs

A while back we wrote a story about the Stadsmuseum Lier museum using 3D printing to replicate a Mammoth (technically not a dinosaur) to protect and preserve

Brazil 3D bioprints functional liver.

Brazilian scientist from the Human Genome and Stem Cell Research Center (HUG-CELL) University of São Paulo (USP) have 3D bioprinted functional mini-Livers. These livers are made from human blood

Merry Christmas 2019

Source Andrew Saliga via www.saligamediaservices.com   Everyone at ProImage3D would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas this year.

Military utilizing 3D printing stealth keys.

The military has enlisted the help of UrbanAlps, a Swiss high-security company, and Fieldmade, a spin-off from the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI) to produce 3D printed stealth

Optomec now able to 3D print copper.

Optomec, based in New Mexico, has made a breakthrough in its Laser Engineered Net Shaping (LENS) direct energy deposition (DED) process. Targeted towards the heat

Water soluble resin for cDLM 3D printers

The global 3D printer and material manufacturer EnvisionTEC, and  Sartomer, a subsidiary of French advanced materials company Arkema, have developed a water soluble resin known as E-Aquasol.