EOS Adds Three Polymer ALM Materials for Industrial 3D Printing to its Current Portfolio of Materials

Additive Manufacturing

High-performance materials broaden the range of applications, particularly in the aerospace industry. These special-purpose materials are already being successfully deployed by several companies in North America and are also highly attractive for the European market due to their properties. The following new materials will be available as from March 2018 onwards. ALM HP 11-30: Carbon fiber-reinforced polyamide 11 material.

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CIPRES Introducing New Industrial Dyeing Machine for 3D Printed Parts at formnext

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In 2004, coloring process service provider CIPRES Technology Systems was founded by Carlos Prestien; two short years later, the German company branched out and began offering serial production of SLS. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Business 3d printed components 3D printed dyeing additive manufacturing technologies AMT CIPRES dye eCOLOR formnext 2018 partnerships polymers serial 3D printing Thies Group

RoboSavvy MM2X: A Dual Extruder for MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers

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When Limor Schweitzer founded RoboSavvy in 2004, his vision was to create humanoid robots that would build a bridge between video games and reality. 3D Printers 3D Printing 3d printer extruder dual extruder Limor Schweitzer MakerBot MakerWare makerbot replicator 2x MM2X MM2X Multi-Material Dual Extruder multi-material robosavvy ukHe’s focused on understanding humanoid locomotion and using that knowledge... View the entire article via our website.

EOS to Launch New EOS P 810 Polymer Industrial 3D Printing Platform and HT-23 Material at RAPID + TCT 2018

Additive Manufacturing

Large frame, two laser system and high performance material meet the strict requirements for demanding polymer parts in the aerospace, electronics and mobility industries. EOS will be launching the new EOS P 810 polymer platform specifically designed to process the new high-performance, ALM material HT-23. They can also replace aluminum parts with HT-23 while still meeting the material strength properties required for the application. High performance PEKK material.

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Tanaka Develops Platinum, Nickel-Based AM Powder Materials

Fabbaloo

Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo will have an exhibit at POWTEX TOKYO 2014, an exhibition to be held at Tokyo Big Sight from November 26 (Wed) until November 28 (Fri), 2014, and after showcasing these platinum group powder materials for the first time, sample delivery will commence December 1, 2014. Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyoalso developed two types of powder material using nickel-based alloys with platinum and iridium additives. materials

3D printed electronics for the Internet of Things

Leslie's Blog

If plastic electronics technology advances at an exponential rate, in ten years we may see plastic circuits operating at levels considered state-of-the-art just 20 years before, in 2004. For example, researchers at IBM’s Zurich labs reconfigured an atomic force microscope so it can create 3D patterns having a nanometer-scale resolution in organic material. One use for the patterned organic material is as a mask for creating circuits.

EOS Reacts to North American Growth Through $2M Expansion Project

Additive Manufacturing

Completion of expansion will support demand for additive manufacturing technology in the region and material development globally. Added Space and Equipment Investments Bolster Material Creation.

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Game-changing graphene: the amazing properties of a single-atom layer of carbon

3D Perspectives

The world’s first two-dimensional material , graphene is potentially plentiful (carbon being the sixth most abundant element in the universe) and cheap. It was first isolated in 2004 at Manchester University by Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov who won the 2010 physics Nobel Prize for their work. Engineering Design graphene industrial new materialsWritten by Catherine Bolgar. Step aside, silicon.

U.S. Manufacturing Expands at Close to Quickest Pace Since…

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Manufacturing Expands at Close to Quickest Pace Since 2004” By Sho Chandra, Bloomberg. which was the highest since June 2004. The pickup in manufacturing is starting to generate inflation pressures as factories demand more raw materials including crude oil. “U.S.

Challenges Driving the Industrialization of Construction

3D Perspectives

The sheer number of construction firms (760,000 in 2004) and their size—only 2 percent had 100 or more workers, while 80 percent had 10 or fewer workers—make it difficult to effectively deploy new technologies, best practices, or other innovations across a critical mass of owners, contractors, and subcontractors. Variation in the standards, processes, materials, skills, and technologies required by different types of construction projects.

3D Printing The War Machine on the Titan 1 and The Solidator (Video)

3D Printing Review

The finishing process required approximately 125 hours to complete and consisted of the removal of support material (support removal was the most time consuming due to some very delicate structures) and minimal sanding.”. Turley first recognized the potential for 3D printing models such as this when he attended the International Toy Fair in New York in 2004.

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Meet The Woman Bringing The 3D Printed Jewelry Trend To Hollywood

3D Printing Review

In 2004, she cofounded the Oyler Wu Collaborative, an architecture firm known for impressive projects such as Hollywood’s Culinary Lab and The Cube, a four-story steel and rope installation, which was on display next to the Olympic Stadium for the 2013 Beijing Biennale. LACE’s collection ranges from $50 to $1,200 — and includes materials that aren’t typical in jewelry, including nylon and stainless steel, as well as premium materials such as silver and rose gold.

Jack Meyer Tells us How He Teaches Students to Design and Print Award Winning 3D Printed Metal Jewelry

i.materialise

That was 2004. Not only do they really know their machines and materials, but theyre able to talk about them with the students. Which is your favorite material to 3D print in, and why? Therefore, the more you know about the material and process for which you are designing, the more you will be able to work within the capabilities of that material. Has

A Short History of 3T RPD

Rapid Prototyping News UK

2004 – 3T installs its first EOS P700, then the world’s largest dual laser sintering machine. 2014 – As part of our commitment to the Aerospace industry, we launch a Flame Retardant Nylon material to our palette of plastics production. Since its establishment in 1999 3T RPD has been at the forefront of Additive Manufacturing (AM), which is also sometimes known as 3D printing. The company began as a Service Bureau, making Plastic Rapid Prototypes and Metal Rapid Tooling.

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Conveyor manufacturer uses DriveWorks to create customized and cost-effective conveyors

Javelin Tech Tips

Since 1946, Rolmaster Conveyors has been designing, building and maintaining conveyor solutions and materials handling equipment for a wide range of industrial manufacturing sectors. Rolmaster Conveyors has been using SOLIDWORKS since 2004 and DriveWorks from 2008. From roller belts, chain or wire mesh conveyors to complex lifts, turntable and transfer systems. All products are designed and manufactured at their facility in Cambridge, Ontario.

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Magical 3D-Printed Shadow Art from Drzach & Suchy: 3D Printing From a Different Angle

Materialise

Drzach & Suchy are a designer duo like no other: Drzach is an architect who combines art and design, while Suchy is a cryptographer and a software engineer who experiments with holograms and various techniques and materials. Invented by Drzach in 2004, this technique has been constantly developed and further improved by the two creators. Now that more materials are available for 3D printing, we wanted to give it a try.”.

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A Collage of 3D Printing Possibilities

i.materialise

My work is an exploration in contrasts – between materials , values, colors and personal content. The first time I used 3D was in 2004, in a course at university, but the quality back in those days was so horrible that I didn’t use it further. What about 3D printing materials. How different are those materials for 3D printing and which one is your favorite? Of course, the materials are very different, especially in terms of weight.

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Magical 3D Printed Shadow Art from Drzach & Suchy: 3D Printing From a Different Angle

i.materialise

Drzach & Suchy are a designer duo like no other: Drzach is an architect who combines art and design, while Suchy is a cryptographer and a software engineer who experiments with holograms and various techniques and materials. Invented by Drzach in 2004, this technique has been constantly developed and further improved by the two creators. Now that more materials are available for 3D printing, we wanted to give it a try.”.

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Recycling Gets Smarter as Demand Grows and Technology Evolves

3D Perspectives

Recycling revenue in the European Union from seven main categories almost doubled to €60 billion from 2004 to 2008. Recycling revenue fell in 2009 along with the global economic slump as because prices for secondary materials fell but it has since recovered, according to Eurostat. The recycling industry is a raw-materials industry,” Mr. Minter says. “It The key is that China, as the world’s largest manufacturing nation, needs the raw materials.

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3D Printing Contributes To Successful Surgery of Formerly Conjoined Twins

3D Systems

The 2004 surgery, which this year celebrates its 10 year anniversary, was the final of four staged operations that were undertaken to divide the boys, who were attached at the top of the head. . The life-size models were printed in 3DS’ ClearView ® material, demonstrating the children’s bone structure with selectively colored representations of the critical blood vessels. 3D Printing Contributes To Successful Surgery of Formerly Conjoined Twins Tuesday, August 5, 2014 - 12:26 .

USC Wants to Colonize Mars with 3D Printers

3D Printing Hub

His idea is to use 3D printers to create entire new structures on Mars using the planet’s own raw materials. Khoshnevis’ plan is critical to making a Mars mission economically viable since it costs $10,000 per pound to get materials into low-Earth orbit. Khoshenevis says it won’t be a problem because his design works by extruding materials with force like a glue gun making gravity unecessary.

Your Friendly Neighborhood SpideyPlanet Interview

Shapeways Blog

I had no costuming experience but I got help from a fan in New York and quickly managed to make my first costume in 2004. The face shell is only 2mm thick and printed in strong flexible plastic material offered by Shapeways.

Using 3D printing to land a spacecraft on a comet

Sculpteo

The Rosetta spacecraft was launched in 2004, with the intent to give the most in depth understanding of a comet that humanity has to date. Thanks to our plastic material , it was also possible to color it afterward. Last August, the spacecraft became the first to successfully rendezvous with a comet with the intent to orbit. Now its time for the spacecraft’s robotic lander, Philae, to make its descent and Sculpteo’s 3D printing services are helping in the process.

How BattleBots SawBlaze Cuts through its Competition using SOLIDWORKS

The Solidworks Blog

My first combat robot was a beetleweight (3-lb weight class), which I built in 2004. Although my construction techniques and materials were unremarkable and the design was unorthodox, it won first place at its inaugural event.

Mcor Technologies to Showcase Photorealistic, True Color Paper-based 3D Printing at the Inside 3D Printing Conference New York

Additive Manufacturing

They are the only 3D printers to use regular copy paper as the build material, resulting in durable, stable and eco-friendly 3D printed models. They are the only 3D printers to use ordinary business A4 and letter paper as the build material, a choice that renders durable, stable and tactile models. Established in 2004 with a talented team of specialists in the area of 3D printing hardware and software, Mcor’s vision is to make 3D printing more accessible to everyone.

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3D Printing and How to Make Almost Anything

Afinia

I began using 3D printers in 2004, to do prototyping for medical industry projects,” explains Abel. We have a number of students who use the equipment, and one of the 3D printers we already had was very expensive in terms of materials,” said Abel. When we saw the Afinia, we learned that the materials cost was very reasonable, as was the machine itself. We’ve had slight issues with material separating from the perf board, and have found a few solutions that help.

Revisiting the Knights of Knowledge

Thornburg Thoughts

When this idea was introduced in 2004, there was little interest. Teachers need all the help they can get, and the Knights of Knowledge materials can be a key element in providing support and encouragement for the transformations we need to make in light of these new standards. We will be working to create materials and would love to hear from you regarding content areas where projects like this make great sense.

Mcor Technologies Wins Best of CES 2015 Award for 3D Printers

Additive Manufacturing

They are the only 3D printers to use ordinary business letter and A4 paper as the build material, a choice that renders durable, stable and tactile models. Established in 2004 with a talented team of specialists in the area of 3D printing hardware and software, Mcor’s vision is to make 3D printing more accessible to everyone. by Mcor Technologies.

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Large-Scale 3D Printed Neon Deer by Visual Artist Paco Raphael

i.materialise

After graduating at the Hague University in Communications, Media and Design in 2004, he worked as a graphic designer for design agencies for several years. If you want to get started with 3D printing yourself, you can learn to create 3D models with digital sculpting software ZBrush in our tutorial , and upload your 3D file here to get instant price quotes in 100+ high-quality materials.

Fashionably Connected

3D Perspectives

CuteCircuit started in 2004 with the “ Hug Shirt.” Avery Dennison and CuteCircuit both have incorporated ways to encourage consumers to recycle garments , to offer more transparency about where materials are sourced from and to expand the story of each item as consumers seek meaning in their purchases. By Catherine Bolgar. What if you could have a different dress to wear every day, without having a closet full of clothes?

TCT Show 2014 Industry Review & Technology round-up - RepRap Community Hub

RichRap

A ''special'' multi-material print for Colorfabb - All these materials are using PLA as a base so they mix and bond perfectly together. I have done some work with ''real'' mixing of Bronzefill and Copperfill with other materials, some very interesting and surprising results - more on that soon - I need to talk to Colorfabb first. Colorfabb - Colorfabb had new Copperfill on display along with the coloured Amphora _XT materials. PEI bed material courtesy of Robox.

Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K.-World’s First Success in Development and Formation of Platinum-based Metallic Glass Powder for 3D Printers

Additive Manufacturing

Platinum-based metallic glass powder material (Photo courtesy of Tanaka Holdings Co., Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo will have an exhibit at POWTEX TOKYO 2014, an exhibition to be held at Tokyo Big Sight from November 26 (Wed) until November 28 (Fri), 2014, and after showcasing these platinum group powder materials for the first time, sample delivery will commence December 1, 2014. The company obtained patents for composition using platinum, copper and phosphorus in 2004.

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Using 3D printing to land a spacecraft on a comet

Sculpteo

The Rosetta spacecraft was launched in 2004, with the intent to give the most in depth understanding of a comet that humanity has to date. Thanks to our plastic material , it was also possible to color it afterward. Last August, the spacecraft became the first to successfully rendezvous with a comet with the intent to orbit. Now its time for the spacecraft’s robotic lander, Philae, to make its descent and Sculpteo’s 3D printing services are helping in the process.

3D Printing and How to Make Almost Anything

Afinia

I began using 3D printers in 2004, to do prototyping for medical industry projects,” explains Abel. We have a number of students who use the equipment, and one of the 3D printers we already had was very expensive in terms of materials,” said Abel. When we saw the Afinia, we learned that the materials cost was very reasonable, as was the machine itself. We’ve had slight issues with material separating from the perf board, and have found a few solutions that help.

Mcor Technologies to Inform RAPID 2015 Attendees How to Save 80% on 3D Printing and Prototyping Costs

Additive Manufacturing

Increasing 3D printer material costs are straining budgets and inhibiting use of 3D printing and prototyping technology at commercial and educational organizations. Mcor’s material costs are 10-20% of other technologies’ costs, and therefore, the total cost of ownership over five years can save hundreds of thousands of dollars. They are the only 3D printers to use ordinary business letter and A4 paper as the build material, a choice that renders durable, stable and tactile models.

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Mcor Technologies Appoints Chief Operations Officer

Additive Manufacturing

They are the only 3D printers to use ordinary business letter and A4 paper as the build material, a choice that renders durable, stable and tactile models. Established in 2004 with a talented team of specialists in the area of 3D printing hardware and software, Mcor’s vision is to make 3D printing more accessible to everyone. Manufacturer of world’s only HD Colour, paper-based 3D printers adds COO to propel further company growth.

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Mcor Technologies is the First to Bring High Definition Color to 3D Printing, Transforming Mcor IRIS into an HD 3D printer

Additive Manufacturing

Mcor’s materials already cost 10-20 percent of other 3D printing technologies, saving customers thousands of dollars and providing greater access to the technology. They are the only 3D printers to use ordinary business letter and A4 paper as the build material, a choice that renders durable, stable and tactile models. Mcor IRIS HD also reduces per model printing cost by 20 percent. LONG BEACH, Calif.,

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Mcor Technologies unveils new SliceIT Software

Additive Manufacturing

They are the only 3D printers to use ordinary business letter and A4 paper as the build material, a choice that renders durable, stable and tactile models. Established in 2004 with a talented team of specialists in the area of 3D printing hardware and software, Mcor’s vision is to make 3D printing more accessible to everyone. New Mcor SliceIT provides high-definition color, 20% per-part cost savings and greater flexibility.

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Oerlikon Acquires citim GmbH – A Leader in Production Technologies for Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

With the acquisition of citim, Oerlikon takes an important step to become a global powerhouse in surface solutions and advanced materials. Oerlikon’s knowledge in the engineering of industrial components, materials, and closely related technologies such as thermal spray and thin-film coating make it well positioned to take part in the industrialization of additive manufacturing. AM essentially also enables a more efficient use of materials and reduces material waste.

When Cheap is Not So Cheap

Design 2 Part News

Alongside labour costs, there are also those for raw materials, energy, transport and much else besides. Average factory wages have more than quintupled, in nominal, renminbi-denominated terms since 2004. By The Economist. Rethinking “low-cost” and “high-cost” manufacturing locations. SOURCE: The Economist. Where managers should locate a new factory depends on many things. Cost is one of them. But costs come in many forms and change constantly.

7 Reasons Why Nuclear Waste Is Dangerous

3DPrint.com

During this period, the material stored inside poses a direct threat to all living creatures, and can contaminate the environment with radioactivity if the seal is broken by unexpected events such as earthquakes or human errors. Clearly, this way of dealing with such a dangerous material is not safe, as the radioactive contamination spreads through our marine ecosystem. Certain amount of radioactive material is also freely distributed in nature.

Stryker’s Spine Division Debuts 3D-Printed Tritanium® Posterior Lumbar Cage at AANS Meeting

Additive Manufacturing

The cage is constructed using Stryker’s Spine division proprietary Tritanium technology, a novel, highly porous titanium alloy material designed for bone in-growth and biological fixation. In an effort to enhance the bony in-growth potential of implants, the scientific community has focused on porous metal implants in the hope of establishing a material similar in structure and mechanical properties to bone.

University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering and McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the Forefront of Additively Manufactured Biomedical Device Research

Additive Manufacturing

With pioneering research in ceramic materials, injectable ceramic putties, hydrogels, synthetic and natural polymers as well as in the burgeoning field of degradable metals, the Swanson School of Engineering and the bioengineering department have embarked in the arena of additive manufacturing which gives the unique opportunity to customized devices that can be matched to the specific needs and requirements of the patient mimicking and matching the dimensions and specifications of the patient.