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

3DPrint.com

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. View the entire article via our website. 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

Marcy Milks’ 3D Printed Population of 20,000 Mutations

3D Printing Industry

Milks, a New York-based designer and sculptor, has redirected her focus from traditional methods of sculpting to a modern 3D print design process. By Tyler Koslow. Welcome to Marcy Milks’ world, it’s one of neutrality and mutations, space and form.

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Popularity of FDM

Wohlers Talk

Since the early 2000s, fused deposition modeling (FDM), more formally referred to as material extrusion by ASTM and ISO, has been the most popular additive manufacturing and 3D printing process worldwide.

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Concept Laser Has Helped Shape “Additive Manufacturing” for 15 Years

Additive Manufacturing

where value creation is focused on automation and digital process and supplier chains. Fifteen years of Concept Laser means fifteen years of successful process development. The patented process significantly reduces tension during the manufacture of very large components.

Challenges Driving the Industrialization of Construction

3D Perspectives

Its segmented processes: planning and financing, design, engineering, procurement, construction, operations, and maintenance. Each process involves different groups of stakeholders, and shifting levels of financial risk.

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.”.

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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. Here is a guest blog from my colleague, Lee Teschler, Executive Editor, Design World magazine.

Sculpteo at the 3D Print Show of Lyon

Sculpteo

This tradeshow helps companies to discover this technology, understand differents manufacturing techniques and processes as well as see integration opportunities for your company. On the 15th and 16th of september, we will be at Lyon for the 3D print tradeshow.

Sculpteo will be at the tradeshow 3D Print in Lyon

Sculpteo

This tradeshow helps companies to discover this technology, understand differents manufacturing techniques and processes as well as see integration opportunities for your company. On the 15th and 16th of september, we will be at Lyon for the 3D print tradeshow.

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. From there it is a semi-iterative process to balance the requirements against the finer elements of the design. This integration allows me to move quickly throughout the design process.

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

Materialise

Invented by Drzach in 2004, this technique has been constantly developed and further improved by the two creators.

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A Collage of 3D Printing Possibilities

i.materialise

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. How different is your creative process when 3D printing is involved or not?

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Dollar’s Rise Erodes U.S. Manufacturing Competitiveness

Design 2 Part News

The BCG study found that the growth of productivity-adjusted manufacturing wages in China has slowed to 3% in 2015 after soaring by 156% between 2004 and 2014. in 2015 compared to a rise of 26% between 2004 and 2014. By Jeff Moad, Manufacturing Leadership.

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. 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 Factory Intelligence is Evolving

Design 2 Part News

The MAP-enabled factory intelligence experiment ended in 2004 as it was difficult to maintain operational reliability. MTConnect enables computer-aided manufacturing equipment to consume and produce structured, contextualized process data using a non-proprietary format.

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

i.materialise

Invented by Drzach in 2004, this technique has been constantly developed and further improved by the two creators.

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

Additive Manufacturing

More and more, we see that specialized material solutions linked with the systems and processes supplied by EOS are a key element of success in this industry,” said Donnie Vanelli, COO of EOS North America.

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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. He post-processed the images by hand, saying “I call it analog meets digital”.

USC Wants to Colonize Mars with 3D Printers

3D Printing Hub

In 2004 he unveiled a transformational printing technique called Contour Crafting. The SSS printing process won first place in the NASA In-Situ Materials Challenge. Space is known as the final frontier, and humans have long dreamed of conquering it.

Jeremy Singley Industrial Designs Provides a New Perspective on Innovation with SOLIDWORKS

The Solidworks Blog

Singley decided to make the switch to SOLIDWORKS in 2004 and use it as the primary development software for his design firm. SOLIDWORKS made the entire development process more efficient. What do goggles, innovation and the SOLIDWORKS community have in common?

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

3D Perspectives

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. They arrived at graphene by using adhesive tape to peel off ever-thinner layers from graphite , a process subject to continual improvement.

Graphene to change industrial heating?

3D Printing Industry

Heaters are an essential part of the material synthesis and device processing and they are not the most efficient things. That’s almost 5000 degrees Farenheit, which will open doors in terms of the industrial process.

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

Additive Manufacturing

Founded in 2004, ALM remains focused on providing customers with application-specific, quality-tested materials and engineering support to meet the most complex product specifications and production requirements.

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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. For the final project, students go through the invention and design process. Jeffry Abel is an Engineering and ECAD at Century College in White Bear Lake, MN.

How to convert CAD to STL for 3D Printing

Javelin Tech Tips

How CAD files are exported to STL is an important process for accurate building of parts. The step by step process for converting CAD to STL was taken straight from the mentioned companies websites. Surface accuracy control during the process is easy.

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

Additive Manufacturing

EOS will be launching the new EOS P 810 polymer platform specifically designed to process the new high-performance, ALM material HT-23. HT-23 is the first carbon fiber-reinforced PEKK material that can be processed on EOS systems and offers isotropic part properties.

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

i.materialise

That was 2004. Now the entry level for bespoke jewellery is as low as 2000, and changes during the development process are so easy, customers now take them for granted. Which part of your jewelry design process is the most complex or difficult, and how do you handle this difficulty?

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. 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.

Revisiting the Knights of Knowledge

Thornburg Thoughts

When this idea was introduced in 2004, there was little interest. Because the new standards are less focused on specific pieces of information and more focused on processes and the transferability of knowledge between domains of study. Years ago, in an attempt to build bridges for educators interested in inquiry, Norma and I created a fictional ancient organization called the Knights of Knowledge.

Tanaka Develops Platinum, Nickel-Based AM Powder Materials

Fabbaloo

Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo will provide platinum group metallic powder, in addition to processing the diameter size of platinum group metallic powder particles, proposing formation in the manufacture of platinum group alloys, and manufacturing objects depending on requests from customers.

Speaker Spotlight: Caroline Das on “3D Printing Technology as a New Craftsmanship”

i.materialise

After completing her Master of Architecture in 2004, she began her career, from designing fashion boutiques in the Netherlands up to developing the interior design and identity for a brand new Chinese jeans label and rolling it out in Shanghai.

Mcor Technologies Appoints Chief Operations Officer

Additive Manufacturing

Devlin brings a diversified wealth of expertise to Mcor, including operations, worldwide sales, commercial strategy, process improvements, M&A, integration and business development. Manufacturer of world’s only HD Colour, paper-based 3D printers adds COO to propel further company growth.

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

Additive Manufacturing

Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo will provide platinum group metallic powder, in addition to processing the diameter size of platinum group metallic powder particles, proposing formation in the manufacture of platinum group alloys, and manufacturing objects depending on requests from customers.

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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. For the final project, students go through the invention and design process. Jeffry Abel is an Engineering and ECAD instructor at Century College in White Bear Lake, MN.

Whatever Happened to the “China Price”?

Design 2 Part News

It took many years—and a good deal of breakthrough process innovation work on the part of Japanese manufacturing leaders—before that perception changed. Articles such as this one which ran in BusinessWeek in 2004 bemoaned the “China Price,” product prices so low that manufacturers located in higher-cost countries simply could not compete. Now those assumptions, too, seem to be in the process of changing. By Jeff Moad, Manufacturing Leadership Community .

7 Reasons Why Nuclear Waste Is Dangerous

3DPrint.com

Nuclear fission is a process when one atom of a fuel used in nuclear power plants splits in tiny particles. When these processes are capable of moving mountain ridges and lifting new islands out of the sea? But that is not an easy process!

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Announces New Board

Additive Manufacturing

Deak served as president of 3DSUG, the predecessor of AMUG, in 2000, 2004 and 2005. AMUG meets annually to provide education and training through technical presentations on processes and new technologies. Member confidence leads to re-elections. CHATSWORTH, CALIF.,