3D Printing News Briefs: January 12, 2018

We’ve got some 3D printing business and medical news to start things off in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, followed by some interesting projects featuring 3D printing. Additive Industries has appointed a new member to its management team, and Carbon announced that Johnson & Johnson Innovation has joined its latest funding round. axial3D established a scientific advisory board for automated medical 3D printing software, while ULab Systems has achieved FDA clearance for its dental software platform and 4WEB Medical announced record sales growth in 2017. 3D design software and a new Reebok material were used to make a mask with 3D printed parts, and the next Burning Man temple will feature a 3D printed mandala. Additive Industries Appoints New Member of Management Team Paul Simons Netherlands-based Additive Industries is working to speed up the industrial 3D printing of functional metal parts with its modular end-to-end 3D metal printing system, MetalFAB1.

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Source: 3dprint.com:   3D Printing News Briefs: January 12, 2018