VTT Finland and Carbodeon develop nanodiamond-reinforced PLA for 3D printers

3D Printing Industry

Finnish nanodiamond materials developer Carbodeon has released the uDiamond filament for FFF 3D printers made with the help of the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland A patented material, uDiamond filament combines standard PLA plastic with nanodiamond particles for reinforcement, reportedly providing stronger 3D prints and faster deposition rates. Materials Carbodeon nanodiamonds Satu Pasanen uDiamond Vesa Myllymäki VTT VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

Accelerating next-gen consumer electronics with IMSE

3D Perspectives

IMSE parts are light, and can be thinner than 2 mm; meanwhile, electronics are protected because they are fully-encapsulated in injection molded plastics. Consumers want to be delighted, surprised, and projected into new experiences. But how does brand differentiate themselves?

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Versoteq Completes Mobile App & Indoor 3D Printed Tactile Maps, Testing TactMap Platform

3D Printing Review

Last we checked in with Finland’s Versoteq, they were completing an innovative mapping project–and one of the first of its kind. That test of technology and innovation in urban Finland went pretty well, judging by their new aspirations.

3D Printing Industry Outlook (2019 Overview)

3E Rapid Prototyping

Similarly, Finland has been looking to increase its 3D printing activities through partnerships, while nations such as Poland are also integrating it for the medical field ( European cohesion policy ).

EOS Quality Leadership in Additive Manufacturing: Holistic Approach for Consistent Product Quality in Metal-Based Series Production

Additive Manufacturing

At the EOS Oy plant in Finland, an additional fifteen systems are being used for the development, qualification and quality assurance of metal materials. EOS additive manufacturing systems process metals or plastics.

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Formnext 2019: Additive Manufacturing Inspires With Best Perspectives

Additive Manufacturing

As always we do not have to take our exhibition equipment back to Munich and are very proud that they found a home in Finland at our new customer 3D Formtech.” 34,532 specialists and managers (2018: 26,919) were swept away by an impressive Formnext 2019.

New process could make wood as strong as titanium alloys…

Design 2 Part News

Rojas, a professor at Aalto University in Finland. They previously made a range of emerging technologies out of nanocellulose related materials: (1) super clear paper for replacing plastic; (2) photonic paper for improving solar cell efficiency by 30%; (3) a battery and a supercapacitor out of wood; (4) a battery from a leaf; (5) transparent wood for energy efficient buildings; (6) solar water desalination for drinking and specifically filtering out toxic dyes.