Metal 3D printing: Discover our New Binder Jetting Stainless Steel 316 and our New Finishes

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Q&A on Stainless Steel Metal Binder Jetting

Sculpteo

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New Material Available: Binder Jetting Stainless Steel for 3D Printing

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Innovative service providers emerging as key trend in 3D printing

Leslie's Blog

3D Printers Additive Manufacturing Automotive Binder Jetting Consumer Products Extrusion Industrial Leslie's blog Machining / Milling Material Jetting Medical Powder Bed Fusion Rapid MFG Rapid Prototyping Service Bureau News Service Bureaus Vat Photopolymerization

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A look at the future of additive from the AMUG Conference

Leslie's Blog

This is a key trend—those with additive technology in-house are looking to offer machines, services, and expertise to customers.

7 news ways you’ll 3D print parts in 2017

Leslie's Blog

The use of materials knowledge to alter printable materials for speed or properties is a key trend for 3D printing/additive manufacturing. At the two major 3D printing conferences this year, AMUG and RAPID, companies introduced new ways to additively make parts.

An Invaluable Resource for All: 3D Hubs Releases Definitive Guide to 3D Printing

3DPrint.com

Always well thought out and entertaining, I mainly look forward to seeing their data reports on monthly industry trends which. It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of 3D Hubs and all of their reports. View the entire article via our website.

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

Leslie's Blog

He will share his thoughts on the present and future with highlights of recent developments, current trends and future advances, while reinforcing the “education and training” aspect of the conference.

Trends in metal additive manufacturing

Leslie's Blog

AM technologies analyzed include laser-based metal powder bed fusion, electron-based metal powder bed fusion, blown powder-based directed energy deposition systems, and metal powder binder jetting systems. Interest in metal additive manufacturing (AM) continues to grow. Some companies are making special efforts focused specifically on metal AM.

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Tips for using 3D printing in medical applications

Leslie's Blog

And patient-specific is the latest trend for medical devices. Fueling and perhaps even driving this trend are 3D printers, with their ability to affordably handle custom, patient-specific designs. Design for the human body is growing.

Moyupi Wants to 3D Print Toys Out of Kids’ Imaginary Pals

3D Printing Industry

That 3D printed versions of children’s sketches were going to be a significant trend in the consumer adoption of additive technology was clear from the very beginning of the new 3D printing growth cycle. Now, a Spanish startup wants to take this trend to the next level by launching Moyupi, a Kickstarter project that 3D prints children’s drawings of their imaginary pals, making them look like real children’s toys. By Davide Sher.

When Is 3D Printing Cost Effective?

Design 2 Part News

Digging into metal additive manufacturing quickly reveals how expensive it can be, as some parts produced using incumbent technologies, such as laser sintering and binder jetting, can cost thousands of dollars. By Christina M. Fuges, Contributing Editor, Additive Manufacturing.

Two-thirds of industrial manufacturers use 3D printing

3D Printing Review

Ford has several “binder jet printing machines” that churn out large bins filled with 100 or more molds into which molten metal will later be poured to make metal prototypes. “Despite these trends, the 3D printing industry faces challenges,” the PWC report said.

“formnext Start-up Challenge”: Winners Impress with Pioneering Innovations from the World of 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing

The award-winning developments include software that allows price comparisons for components to be produced additively, as well as a new type of 3D printing technology based on binder jetting for manufacturing large and cost-effective components. formnext powered by tct.

The ExOne Company Introduces the All New X1 25PRO™ 3D Printing Machine

Additive Manufacturing

ExOne is the innovator in metal binder jetting technology with 3D printing units installed in more than twenty countries globally. ExOne has a pioneering legacy of being on the cutting edge of introducing materials and processes using binder jetting.

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3Diligent Releases Complete Guide to Metal 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing

Infiltrated Binder Jetting. Full Sinter Binder Jetting. Nano Particle Jetting. CEO to Speak in Chicago on Metal Printing Processes at 3D Metal Printing Experience and Tech Tour . Los Angeles, Calif.

3Diligent’s New 2019 State of Metal 3D Printing Report Documents Growth of Metal 3D Printing and New Processes

Additive Manufacturing

Document Explores Metal 3D Printing Trends and Catalogs Existing and Emerging Processes Providing Readers with a Comprehensive Guide for Metal 3D Printing Projects. Binder Jetting – Sand Print-to-Cast, Full Sinter and Infiltrated. Material Jetting.

The ExOne Company Reports 2014 and Fourth Quarter Results

Additive Manufacturing

ExOne does not believe that such quarter-to-quarter fluctuations are necessarily indicative of larger trends. We believe these investments will lead to an escalation in market acceptance of binder jetting applications in global industrial development.”.

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Puris Discusses Titanium Powder Production and Near-Net Shape Titanium Parts for Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

Additively manufactured titanium part produced using binder-jetting technology – 19″ x 19″ x 11″ with a.375 ” cross-section and approximately 31 lbs. AMazing® : W hat trends do you foresee with titanium powder processing?

The ExOne Company Reports Second Quarter 2014 Results

Additive Manufacturing

ExOne does not believe that such quarter-to-quarter fluctuations are necessarily indicative of larger trends. More significantly, there is improving clarity for the role and acceptance of our binder jetting technology within 3D printing. Revenue was $11.2

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