Additive manufacturing research review: defects, DfAM, post-processing and CLIP

3D Printing Industry

Research Alexander Rubenchik Carbon Christoph Klahn Christopher Evans CLIP Curtiss Wright Surface Technologies David McGregor Felix H. Carbon‘s Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) 3D printed parts are put to the test. Design for Additive Manfuacturing (DfAM) training is explored at ETH Zürich. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) examines the effect of defects on the surface of 3D printed components.

DyeMansion launches widest color palette for SLS and MJF 3D prints

3D Printing Industry

Automated post-processing provider DyeMansion is now offering the choice of the full RAL spectrum for SLS 3D printed parts. Felix Ewald, CEO and […]. Materials Acron DyeMansion Felix Ewald Justin Pringle PolyShot Surfacing post-processing Prototype Projects RAL color

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DyeMansion raises $5 million to further 3D printing post-processing R&D

3D Printing Industry

Munich headquartered startup DyeMansion has raised $5 million in Series A funding for its 3D printing post-processing technology. Business AM Ventures Arno Held DyeMansion Felix Ewald post-processingThe funding came from Unternehmertum Venture Capital (UVC Partners), btov Partners and AM Ventures. DyeMansion plans to use the money to expand its business and further research & development efforts. Arno Held, Chief Venture Officer of investor […].

DyeMansion launches VaporFuse Surfacing giving gloss to 3D printed parts

3D Printing Industry

Suitable for finishing the end products of both laser sintering (LS) and HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) processes, VPS technology is a step forward for 3D prints that rival the quality of injection molded parts. Materials DyeMansion Felix Ewald PolyShot Surfacing VaporFuse SurfacingRecently, German post-production solutions provider DyeMansion launched its VaporFuse Surfacing (VFS) technology for 3D printed parts.

3D Heights – New York’s First Independent 3D Printing Store

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Mcor is the odd-man-out here as they make industrial/professional grade machines that 3D print in paper using a fascinating process that blurs the lines between additive and subtractive digital manufacturing.

New circular economy and 3D printing working paper

Capturing the Value

However we knew that we couldn’t do the work alone and so coordinated a research proposal with Fiona Charnley at Cranfield University, Martin Baumers at the University of Nottingham, and Alysia Garmulewicz and Felix Reed-Tsochas at the University of Oxford, and with industrial support from Jonathan Rowley at Digits2Widgets, Scott Knowles at Fila-Cycle, and Phil Brown at the HSSMI. Unfortunately our expression of interest wasn’t taken to the next stage of the proposal process.

Intrigued by 3D Printing, He Created His Own 3D Printer

Materialise

FELIXprinters recently bundled their printers with Materialise’s Builder software , leading to the FELIX Builder. Today, FELIX printers are constantly adjusted and improved, based on customer and in-house production feedback. What are the three main strengths of FELIX printers?

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From the Olympics to the Latest Industrial Applications and Automated Mass Production: formnext powered by tct Set to Showcase the Future of Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

Felix Haeckel, for example, will show how BMW is employing additive manufacturing techniques not only in prototypes, but also in serial production to achieve greater process stability.

Highlights Of The RapidPro 2015 Industrial and Home Professional

3D Printing for Beginners

So here are our highlights of the RapidPro 2015: Felix Printers – Interesting Developments in the Pipeline. We had the pleasure to meet with Wilgo Feliksdal, the director of Felix printers. We even managed to obtain a sneak peek of their newest model, the Felix 4.0.

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This Eyewear Is Set to Change How You See: Yuniku

Materialise

The result of an extensive co-creation process between HOYA Vision Care Company, Materialise , and Hoet Design Studio , Yuniku is the world’s first vision-centric 3D-tailored eyewear, designed entirely around your style, comfort and optimal visual experience.

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3D Printing Helps High School Students Shoot for the Stars

Materialise

From left to right: Tobias Schüttler (their mentor), Florian Obereisenbuchner (PR/Data Processing), David Kulla (Aerodynamics/CanSat Design), Benjamin Scharlemann (Engineering/Programming) and Felix Albrecht (Creative Director / Radio Communication.

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Beyond BIM Symposium – Innovations in Geometry and Collaboration

3D Perspectives

Current practice in architectural and engineering design involves workflow methods that can have many stages and steps that challenge the efficacy and quality of the design and construction process. Felix Constructions. In 2003 with a colleague Fulcro Engineering services was established, and is now a leader in de-risking projects through use of collaborative process and digital design development and detailing, to enable risk-free assembly and construction.

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