Renishaw’s EVO Project – Additive Manufacturing for Industrial Use

Additive Manufacturing

The new machine, which has a strong emphasis on automation, monitoring technologies and reduced operator interaction, is designed for single material industrial production. The AM250 has an interchangeable hopper system which allows various materials to be used on the same machine.

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

Additive Manufacturing

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.

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Smile! Meet the 3D printer churning out teeth, nerves and gums for dentists

3D Printing Review

3D printing firm Stratasys’ latest device makes realistic models for the dental industry, rather than people’s mouths. The printer uses the company’s own PolyJet dental materials, promising “life-like gum textures” and various shades of colour in the resulting models.

Rapid.Tech Erfurt: Increased Internationalisation with New Collaborations in Great Britain and Switzerland

Additive Manufacturing

In September 2015, Messe Erfurt will use its trade fair platform “Rapid.Area” to bring the topic of additive technologies to the most important medical technology trade fair in Switzerland, the Swiss Medtech Expo at Messe Luzern. Keynote presentations by Airbus, Microsoft, Hermle and Arburg.