Will HP’s 3D Printing Technology Revolutionize the Industry?

3D Printing Review

HP has a bold vision for 3D printing in which organizations and individuals will manufacture rugged parts on a machine costing under $100,000. Its 3D printer harnessing Multi Jet Fusion will print with amazing speed.

Carbon3D Unveils Breakthrough CLIP 3D Printing Technology, 25-100X Faster

3D Printing Review

The technology that the company calls Continuous Liquid Interface Productiongo technology (CLIP) works by harnessing the power of light and oxygen to cure a photosensitive resin. Sounds an awful lot like Stereolithography (SLA) technology, doesn’t it?

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RAPID 2017: Paxis LLC Introducing WAV Additive Manufacturing Process

3DPrint.com

About a year after Carbon introduced its breakthrough CLIP 3D printing technology in 2015, it announced four partners that would be using the high speed technology, including CIDEAS, which was one of. 3D Printing Business 3d printing service bureau CIDEAS industrial 3d printing investment casting large build volume patent-pending Paxis LLC photopolymerization RAPID + TCT RAPID 2017 vat system WAV Wave Applied Voxel

Working with plastics in 3D printing

Leslie's Blog

Plastics, whether in powder, filament, or pellet form, are one of the main material types used in 3D printing/ additive manufacturing (3DP/AM). One example is CeraMAX from 3D Systems. and MultiJet Printing (MJP) from 3D Systems.

Accelerating the Future of 3D Printing

Leslie's Blog

For years, Ive been fascinated by the promise and frustrated by the reality of 3D printing. First is an open software platform for 3D printing called Spark, which will make it more reliable yet simpler to print 3D models, and easier to control how that model is actually printed.

Get the latest 3D printing developments at the AMUG and RAPID Conferencess

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The next one is the RAPID Conference & Exposition , which has been showcasing manufacturers of 3D printers and additive manufacturing machines for 25 years. Spanning film, TV and appearances, Lopes pushes the limits of the technology to make amazing physical effects a reality.

Tips for using 3D printing in medical applications

Leslie's Blog

Fueling and perhaps even driving this trend are 3D printers, with their ability to affordably handle custom, patient-specific designs. Today, more than 10 million 3D printed hearing aids are in circulation. Design for the human body is growing.

Four Key Takeaways from the Wohlers Report 2015

Stratasys

It’s not easy to summarize a 300+ page report in the span of a blog post, especially one as thorough and educationally deep as Wohlers Report 2015 on the state of the 3D printing industry. More than twenty 3D printed implant products have achieved FDA clearance for use.

Carbon3D's CLIP - truly a breakthrough in 3D printing!

Tales of a 3D Printer

Inspired by the T-1000 from Terminator 2, Dr. Joseph DeSimone and his team have come up with a truly revolutionary idea in 3D printing. It''s so fast, they printed an object (which would take up to 11 hours using traditional 3D printing methods!)

Carbon3D Introduces CLIP, Breakthrough Technology for Layerless 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing

Vancouver, CANADA – March 16, 2015 – Carbon3D today emerged from stealth on the main stage of the TED conference with an innovative approach to polymer-based 3D printing that promises to advance the industry beyond basic prototyping to 3D manufacturing.

Is it Time to Think Differently about 3D Printing?

Design 2 Part News

factor is still strong, but engineers and designers are thinking about 3D printing in new ways, from evaluating its business value to learning the ropes of designing for additive manufacturing. . company that uses 3D printing to produce prototypes and sample parts for customers. “So