Tue.Nov 05, 2019

3D Printing in PANTONE [UPDATED]

Modern Tech

In April of 2019, Stratasys announced that their J735 and J750 PolyJet machines successfully passed the rigorous requirements needed to make it the world’s first and only PANTONE-validated 3D printers. This was a huge hit and manufacturers around the world were rejoicing.

New FDM & PolyJet Materials Released By Stratasys

Purple Platypus

If you haven’t already heard, Stratasys has come out with five brand new FDM and PolyJet materials this quarter. Each material serves a different and unique purpose, from withstanding extreme temperatures to printing at speeds more accelerated than ever before.

Meet sustainability pioneers who are making a difference

3D Perspectives

Discover the inspiring stories of sustainability pioneers making a difference. At Dassault Systèmes, we have a forward-thinking, sustainability-oriented corporate purpose: to provide business and people with virtual universes to imagine sustainable innovations.

5 Challenges in 3D Printing Manufacturers Need to Overcome

3D Innovations

We cannot underestimate the power of 3D printing as it pertains to manufacturing. It has allowed us to create complex parts with pinpoint accuracy, lowered the cost of production and expanded our imagination beyond historical limitations.

3D Medical Applications

Held in Baltimore, Maryland, this event will bring together thought leaders, experts, engineers, doctors, researchers, and regulators in the many medical methods for 3D technology.The 3D Medical Applications conference is the most comprehensive, game-changing, meeting of minds for the future of 3D in healthcare.

Case Study: How SOLIDWORKS 3DEXPERIENCE is Driving World-class Innovation

The Solidworks Blog

[link]. Working to a brief. It’s the crucial factor in delivering the goods to a client – and few industries demand such stringent discipline as product design. Satisfying a shopping list of precise requirements takes skill, dedication and an awful lot of listening.

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How 3D Printing is Training Better Medical Professionals

Modern Tech

3D printing has become increasingly popular in the Medical industry over the last few years and this is evident in the fields of teaching, planning and practicing medicine.

Introducing new engineering-grade metal filament Ultrafuse 316L: now available from Sculpteo

Sculpteo

Did you know it is possible to 3D print great mechanica […]. The post Introducing new engineering-grade metal filament Ultrafuse 316L: now available from Sculpteo appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Sintering Thermoset Composites at High Temperatures for Aerospace Applications

3DPrint.com

In ‘Laser Sintering of Thermoset Polyimide Composites,’ authors Kathy C. Chuang, Timothy J. Gornet, Kate Schneidu, and Hilmar Koerner explore additive manufacturing with blended materials, meant to. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials aerospace 3d printing Carbon-fiber-filled RTM370 composite chips composites RTM370 resin

INTERVIEW: ExOne launches high volume X1 160PRO metal 3D printer

3D Printing Industry

Leading binder jet 3D printer manufacturer ExOne has launched the X1 160PRO. The largest machine from the company to date, the system has been developed for high volume, or large scale, production of end-use parts and castings. It is the product of more than two decades of expertise in the 3D printing industry from the […]. 3D Printers Exone John Hartner Triple ACT Triple Advanced Compaction Technology X1 160PRO

Your Copper Questions, Answered

Shapeways Blog

A few weeks ago, we added a brand new material to our material portfolio: Copper. This was an exciting new addition for us, adding more depth to our line-up of metals. We’ve seen a lot of positive feedback from our community, as well as a lot of questions. So, here’s a quick FAQ that covers all the basics you need to know about Copper! How big an object can I order in Copper? The maximum bounding box is 89 x 89 x 100 mm. How accurate will the physical object be to my 3D model?

SABIC’s EXTEM AMHH811F: Roboze Announces New Polyimide Filament

3DPrint.com

Roboze continues to have an emphasis on manufacturing 3D printers while placing a strong focus materials science too—allowing them to offer superior digital fabrication tools to industrial users. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials EXTEM™ AMHH811F filament fff 3d printing roboze SABIC

SCC recieves grant from NSF to develop Mobile Additive Manufacturing Platform

3D Printing Industry

Somerset Community College‘s (SCC) Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence (AMCOE) in Kentucky has received a second National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education (NSF ATE) grant award for its Mobile Additive Manufacturing Platform (Mobile AMP). The NSF ATE focuses on the education of technicians in high-technology fields. Its grant will be used to help the Mobile […].

VELO3D Releases Assure for 3D Metal Printing: Stratasys Direct Manufacturing as First Customer

3DPrint.com

With the release of the VELO3D Assure™ Quality Assurance and Control System for its Sapphire® 3D metal printers, VELO3D also brings on board a heavy hitter in their first customer. The post VELO3D. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing Featured Stories 3D print monitoring 3D printing quality assurance Sapphire Sapphire® 3D metal printers Stratasys Direct Manufacturing Stratasys Direct Manufacturing (SDM) study velo3d VELO3D Assure

New 3D printing jobs at BigRep, Dyndrite, Fusion3 and University of Exeter

3D Printing Industry

If you’re on the lookout for a job in the 3D printing industry, or seeking to hire an additive manufacturing expert, our 3D printing job board has a host of new positions available. There are currently listings in consultancy, customer service, marketing, research and more. In this update, we have vacancies from BigRep, Fusion3 and […]. Jobs 3D printing jobs BigRep consultancy customer service Dyndrite Fusion3 marketing research University of Exeter

ExOne Introduces X1 160PRO for Manufacturing Low Cost 3D Printed Metal Parts

3DPrint.com

ExOne has been making binder jetting 3D printers for years now. The firm has developed processes to make sand cores and to use binder jetting to make metal parts. Where. The post ExOne Introduces. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Featured Stories 3d printing 3dprinting exone low volume production run metal printing repeatability volume production

6K launches uniform 3D printing powder production working with waste material

3D Printing Industry

The additive manufacturing materials market has a new challenger. Formally launched November 4, 2019, 6K is a company leveraging microwave plasma technology to turn waste millings, turnings and other used feedstock into high quality, uniform powdered materials. Promising an advanced level of sustainability that 3D printing and the manufacturing sector needs, the method is pitched competitively […]. Materials 6K Aaron Bent Alloy Reclaimation technology UniMelt

Big Dog, Jay Leno & Stratasys Collaborate in 3D Printing Parts for Hundreds of Classic Autos

3DPrint.com

Even if you weren’t a big “Tonight Show” fan, you are probably aware the Jay Leno loves cars—and especially the classics. He has been connected to 3D printing before, but. The post Big Dog, Jay. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing 3D printed auto prototypes Big Dog Productions Fortus® 450mc™ 3D Printer Jay Leno Stratasys Direct Manufacturing Stratasys’ Performance Partner Program

NIST Photopolymer Additive Manufacturing Workshop: Roadmapping a Future for Stereolithography, Inkjet, and Beyond

3D Printing Industry

Last week, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and RadTech, hosted its first Photopolymer Additive Manufacturing Workshop (PAM) 2019, in Boulder, Colorado, in the efforts of “Roadmapping a Future for Stereolithography, Inkjet, and Beyond.” ” 3D Printing Industry was among the estimated 100 attendees present from October 29 through 30, who fought through the sudden snowstorm to […].

Tuskegee University Selected by NASA to Advance Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace

3DPrint.com

The aerospace industry is a trendsetter when it comes to manufacturing. It is a major industry that evolved its expertise into lighter material, efficient engines and overall safer machines. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Aerospace 3D Printing 3d printed aerospace parts additive manufacturing for aerospace aerospace high-volume manufacturing airbus Bell Helicopter boeing ge grants MUREP nasa Tuskegee University

Take Control of Metal 3D Print Quality With VELO3D's Assure System

Fabbaloo

The Assure system shows protrusions on a recently completed metal 3D print layer [Source: VELO3D]. Read the whole entry. » » software

3D Printing News Briefs: November 5, 2019

3DPrint.com

We’ve got some formnext announcements to start off today’s 3D Printing News Briefs – atum3D is introducing its newest DLP 3D printer, while Incus GmbH plans to launch its. View the entire article via our website.

Nobel Laureate joins XJet to lead Scientific Advisory Board

Additive Manufacturing

Rehovot, Israel – November 4 th , 2019 – XJet Ltd. , the additive manufacturing company, announces today the appointment of Professor Dan Shechtman to lead its Scientific Advisory Board.

Stratasys To Collaborate With Jay Leno

Fabbaloo

Jay Leno with his own Fortus 450mc 3D printer [Source: Stratasys]. Stratasys. Read the whole entry. » » usage

Big Dog Productions and Jay Leno Team With Stratasys to Engineer High Performance 3D Printed Parts for Classic Autos

Additive Manufacturing

Host of “Jay Leno’s Garage” in Collaboration to Use FDM Technology for 3D Printed Parts on Demand for Nearly 300 Amazing Vehicles.

ExOne’s New X1 160PRO Metal 3D Printer

Fabbaloo

The ExOne X1 160PRO metal 3D printer [Source: ExOne]. ExOne announced a brand. Read the whole entry. » » printer

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3D Printing Used to Make Glass Optical Fiber Preform

3D Printing Progress

Researchers have developed a way to use 3D printing to create a preform that can be drawn into silica glass optical fibers, which form the backbone of the global telecommunications network.

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Why The Rush To Metal 3D Printing?

Fabbaloo

Chart of predicted ratios of metal 3D printing processes [Source: SmarTech Analysis]. Read the whole entry. » » ideas

Come Visit Xometry at Autodesk University 2019

Xometry

Xometry will be exhibiting in booth MFG300 at Autodesk University on November 19 - 21

Book of the Week: Building Open Source Hardware

Fabbaloo

Building Open Source Hardware [Source; Amazon]. This week’s selection is “. Read the whole entry. » » book

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