ExOne and Pitt Collaborate to Produce Reusable Respirators with 3D Printed Metal Filters

Additive Manufacturing

ExOne’s binder jetting technology is a high-speed form of 3D printing that can produce metal parts with specific porosity levels that can effectively filter out contaminants while allowing airflow. By University of Pittsburgh and ExOne.

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With 3D printing materials, knowledge is power

Leslie's Blog

Stratasys Ltd: Stratasys triple-jetting technology combines droplets for parts with nearly unlimited combinations of rigid, flexible, and transparent color. The more you know about available materials, the easier it will be to get the final build results you seek.

Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing and Subtractive Manufacturing: What’s the Difference?

The Solidworks Blog

This year at SOLIDWORKS World we don’t just have over 200 break-out sessions for you to gain additional insight into design automation, electrical design, simulation or PDM. Each layer is joined to the last by way of a binder, melting or curing.