3D printing

How tech will support life on Mars

Technologies like solar energy, 3D printing and machine learning can be useful to make Mars habitable, says aspiring extra-terrestrial, Dr Adriana Marais.


Future-proofing SA for the fourth industrial revolution

Speaking at a recent Women in ICT Seminar, Dr Cherise Dunn noted that women can leverage the fourth industrial revolution to make their mark.

Jul 23, 2018

Next evolution in 3D printing

The ability to design specifically for additive manufacturing is taking 3D printing to the next level, while making significant inroads into the way things are manufactured in general.

Jun 1, 2018

Warehouse in the cloud

Does the ability to 3D print-on-demand mean the end of the stockpile?


3D printing presents trillion-dollar goldmine

Hewlett Packard targets the $12 trillion manufacturing industry as it looks to make 3D printing a substantial part of its business.

May 8, 2018

Is 3D printing disruptive?

3D printing is certainly disrupting how things are designed and manufactured, but is the technology itself disruptive?

Jan 15, 2018

3D printing spend to reach 12bn in 2018

Discrete manufacturing will be the dominant industry for 3D printing, delivering more than half of all worldwide spending.

Oct 16, 2017

Tech trends and how they're disrupting business

Technologies like AI, 3D printing, VR, automation and IOT make almost every aspect of our lives quicker, cheaper and simpler, says Telviva.

Aug 28, 2017

HP, Deloitte announce alliance

The collaboration aims to help accelerate the digital transformation of the global manufacturing industry.

May 24, 2017

Incoming Ford CEO prioritises tech innovation

Jim Hackett looks to leverage the use of artificial intelligence, 3D printing and advanced robotics at the motor company.

Apr 7, 2017

Adidas to mass-produce 3D-printed shoe

In partnership with Silicon Valley start-up Carbon, Adidas plans to mass-produce Futurecraft 4D, a sneaker with a 3D-printed sole.

Mar 3, 2017

SA in talks with Airbus, Boeing to print 3D parts

Local researchers developing the world's largest machine for producing aircraft parts are in talks with Airbus and Boeing.

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