New FDM 3D Printer Enhancements Make Stratasys Solutions Stronger, Simpler and Faster for Demanding Industrial Applications

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Sacrificial tooling, a process in which 3D printed molds are wrapped in composite material and then removed after part curing, enables manufacturers to rapidly and cost-effectively create complex, hollow composite parts. Greater China.

Spatial Corp. Joins ADAPT

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Golden, CO – ADAPT, the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies , a research consortium focused on developing technologies to accelerate the certification and qualification of 3D printed metal parts, welcomes new member Spatial Corp. ,

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Concept Laser GmbH-A World First: Additively Manufactured Titanium Components Now Onboard the Airbus A350 XWB

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A connecting element used in the Airbus A350 XWB made it to the final round of the “2014 German Industry Innovation Award” Additive manufacturing in aircraft construction is gaining ground. This is especially attractive given the cost pressures in the aviation industry.

Clariant Captures Growing 3D Printing Customer Needs at TCT Asia 2019

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Clariant at TCT Asia 2019 in Shanghai, China. . Clariant presents its fast-growing portfolio of superior industrial 3D printer filaments and solutions in the striking, future-trend orange shade “Catch me if you can” (Booth W4-G56).

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Formnext 2018 to Become International Guiding Star for Modern Industrial Manufacturing Methods

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On an exhibition area of more than 36,000 square meters, 550 exhibitors will present numerous innovations, world firsts, and trailblazing industrial applications. Additive solutions for numerous user industries. After Germany, the major exhibitor nations are China (13.4%

NAMRI SME Puts the Spotlight on Industry Researchers at 45th Annual North American Manufacturing Research Conference

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During the annual awards ceremony, 21 awards were given out to researchers, students and industry professionals. NAMRC is the premier international forum for applied research and industrial applications in manufacturing and design. By SME.

LPW Technology and APWORKS Announce a Strategic Partnership to Strengthen its AM Metal Powder Portfolio with the Release of Scalmalloy®

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As the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders and software solutions for the AM industry, we are continually expanding our materials range to enable new applications and productionisation of the technology” says Ben Ferrar, LPW’s Chief Operating Officer.

Sciaky, Inc. Reaches Structured Reseller Agreement with EFESTO, LLC

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Chicago, Illinois – Sciaky, Inc. , a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, Inc. EFESTO is a rapidly growing advanced technology enterprise, committed to engineering an industrial revolution in the field of 3D printing of metals and metal composites.

iF DESIGN AWARD 2017 for User Interface Design of the M LINE FACTORY from Concept Laser

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software suite from Concept Laser was completed in time for formnext powered by TCT 2016 following a 12-month development process. A clear and process-oriented architecture is the hallmark of CL WRX 3.0. M LINE FACTORY at the core of industrial series production.

Oerlikon – Materializing the Third Industrial Revolution

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Molding companies have also added AM technology to their offerings to provide customizable injection molds or small-volume production that would have been economically unfeasible with traditional processes. Demonstration projects in China, the Netherlands and Italy are utilizing 3D printing to enable faster construction, lower labor costs and less pollution and waste, while offering tailor-made housing solutions that have the potential to reshape the way we build our cities.

Rapid.Tech 2015: An Industry-Specific Approach for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Involving Automotive, Aerospace, Dentistry, Medical Technology and Toolmaking

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We take an industry-specific approach to the topic – both scientifically and practically – focusing primarily on the areas of automotive and aerospace engineering, dentistry, medical technology and toolmaking, and covering all the key aspects including machines, materials, design and use.