Category: 4.07 3D

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d.gen, as a global leader of digital textile printer manufacturer, invites all worldwide partners and opens a launch about d.gen new model, Papyrus Arete(740K) combining opportunity to see the printer

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Xaar and Delo partner to enable Ultra High Viscosity jetting of optical materials

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Having the capability to jet fluids with viscosities greater than 25 mPa.s provides much more flexibility for manufacturers of optical elements in consumer electronics and automotive applications, offering an alternative

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formnext 2019: Evonik and NXT Factory intensify cooperation for 3D printing

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The specialty chemicals company Evonik and the US start-up for 3D printing technologies NXT Factory, based in Ventura, California, are expanding their partnership in additive manufacturing. As part of this

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3M to Showcase Industry-First 3D Printed PTFE at Formnext

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3D printing with 3M fluoropolymers opens new possibilities for additive manufacturing. 3M is reshaping the future of fluoropolymers with industry-first 3D printed polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) showcased this week at Formnext 2019.

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BASF Acquires 3D Printing Service Provider Sculpteo

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Acquisition drives market growth. Additional sales channel for BASF customers and partners. To continue to expand its position as a leading service provider in the additive manufacturing sector, BASF New

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Is elongation an important measure in 3D printing materials?

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It can be, depending on the design needs of a part. Since many designs call for plastic or resin materials, the designer may wish to known the limits of a

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Giant 3D printers for making boats, bridges, buildings and rockets

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OAT BUILDING is a long-winded and tedious business, even when what is going down the slipway is a small craft made from modern materials such as fibreglass, rather than something

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The Weird and Wonderful World of 3D Printing

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3D printing has been touted as being a manufacturing cure-all for a whole host of different applications. The reality is very different, but this doesn’t stop the onslaught of news

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Artists Create Intimate Art Experience with Epson Laser Projectors

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Artists Adrian Rasmussen and Ryan Uzilevsky were looking for a way to create an intimate art experience through 3D projection mapping to immerse individuals into a sense of amazement, wonder and peace. They turned

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To stock or not to stock? 3-D printing and the future of spare parts

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In a world where on-demand 3-D printing is the norm, companies will face a choice between keeping spare parts on hand and printing them only when needed. But it’s not

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3D Printing is Making Headway in Composite Manufacturing

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Within the field of 3D printing, there is increasing emphasis on functionality as the industry shifts away from the stereotype of rapid prototyping, and materials are not exempt from such

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Sintering Aluminum Alloys With Binder Jet Printer Technology Unfeasible Until Now

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New research out of McGill University on powder developed by materials science technology company, Equispheres, has major implications for mass production in additive manufacturing. Equispheres, in partnership with McGill University,

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New 3D Printing Technique Takes Only ‘Seconds’ To Produce Functional Organs

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Organ production may soon be as easy as a single click. Researchers developed a new method that enabled them to print artificial organs and tissues in less than one minute. 

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CAMX Additive Manufacturing Workshop speaker: Orbital Composites

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The Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Composites at CAMX (Anaheim, Calif., U.S.) will take place on September 25 and will explore the evolution of 3D printing technology and fiber reinforcement.  At the Additive Manufacturing

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4D Printing in China: Shape Memory Polymers and Continuous Carbon Fiber

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Researchers have been looking further into the benefits of shape memory polymers (SMPs) with the addition of raw materials in the form of continuous carbon fiber (CCF). Authors Xinxin Shen,

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Polish Researchers 3D Printing Novel Holdfast Devices for Atrial Procedure 1

Polish Researchers 3D Printing Novel Holdfast Devices for Atrial Procedure

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In ‘Evaluation of Local Tissue Reaction After the Application of a 3D Printed Novel Holdfast Device for Left Atrial Appendage Exclusion,’ researchers from Poland begin to experiment even further with

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