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  • Child's play in an undistributed future

    The Engineer | Opinion | 16 Apr 2014

    Hard-pressed teachers might baulk at the idea of introducing a 3D printer to every school, but this kind of initiative has brought huge benefits in the past.

  • Machine age

    The Engineer | In-depth | 21 Mar 2014

    With the continuing buzz around UK manufacturing, MACH 2014 promises to be a key event for the machine-tool community

  • The deepest horizon takes centre stage

    The Engineer | Opinion | 10 Mar 2014

    Undersea technologies are on display this week in an exhibition showing unmanned underwater vehicles and other robotics

  • Engineers develop 3D printed surgical implants for dogs

    The Engineer | News | 26 Feb 2014

    Additive manufacturing is entering veterinary surgeries with the development of 3D printed surgical implants for dogs.

  • Stratasys unveils full-colour 3D printerVideo

    The Engineer | News | 28 Jan 2014

    A 3D printer able to print full colour plastic models with a range of mechanical properties has been unveiled by US firm Stratasys.

  • Your questions answered: additive manufacturing

    The Engineer | In-depth | 21 Jan 2014

    Will we ever be able to 3D print an aircraft wing? Our panel of experts answers your questions on what additive manufacturing can and can’t do.

  • Chancellor announces £60m investment in aerospace

    The Engineer | News | 17 Jan 2014

    Funding worth £60m has been made available for the development of new aerospace technology at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry.

  • FDM secures £860,000 investment

    The Engineer | News | 10 Jan 2014

    A Lancashire company which is pioneering the use of 3D printing to produce made-to-measure insoles for the NHS has secured a £860,000 investment from The North West Fund for Venture Capital and Lancashire’s Rosebud Fund.

  • Engineers produce first 3D printed consumer electronic Video

    The Engineer | News | 19 Dec 2013

    Cornell University researchers have 3D printed a working loudspeaker, a development claimed to be a first in additive manufacturing.

  • The Engineer Q&A: additive manufacturing

    The Engineer | News | 13 Dec 2013

    Your chance to put your questions to the UK’s leading experts on additive manufacturing.

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