German RepRap Releases 3D Printer X1000 V2, Featuring Massive Build Space for Industrial Use

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3D Printers 3D Printing euromold german reprap german reprap x1000 german reprap x1000 v2 industrial 3d printers X1000 V2 3D printerWe’ve been following German RepRap for quite some time, from the evolution of the X1000 3D printer as it was to be debuted at Euromold 2014 and before, with countless headlines regarding their lineup... View the entire article via our website.

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.

How the Auto Industry Uses FDM 3D Printed Jigs, Gauges, and Fixtures

Fisher/Unitech

The automotive industry is finding that the traditional way of manufacturing tools for the production floor can be made better by implementing 3D printing. Higher demands on production and the need to cut costs without quality are driving forces for the implementation of 3D printing.

3D printing takes off with aeronautics & aerospace

Sculpteo

If there is an industry using 3D printing on a broad sp […]. The post 3D printing takes off with aeronautics & aerospace appeared first on Sculpteo Blog - 3D Printing News and Trends. & More 3D Printing aeronautics aerospace aircraft Contest innovation jet engine Made in Space metal 3D printing plane Space space ship

Exclusive Interview: Rize Introduces New President & CEO, Driving Vision of Inclusion & Sustainability in 3D Printing

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introduced its Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) technology to the 3D printing world last summer, presenting the RIze One: a 3D printer designed for industrial use and. Boston-based Rize Inc. View the entire article via our website. Featured Stories 3d printing executives 3d printing interview 3d printing interviews Andy Kalambi Augmented Polymer Deposition CEO Enovia exclusive interview Rize Rize 3D printing Rize Inc. Rize One

Leapfrog Officially Launches New Industrial Bolt Pro 3D Printer, With Independent Dual Extruders and Office-Friendly Features

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3D printer manufacturer Leapfrog was founded over five years ago, and has been busy ever since, coming out with 3D printers for both professional and industrial uses. The company first turned heads. View the entire article via our website.

3T RPD – Year In Industry Student makes Regional Finals

Rapid Prototyping News UK

As one of the UK’s leading production Additive Manufacturing (AM) company, 3T RPD is dedicated to nurturing the next generation of engineers through its own apprenticeship programme and by taking part in the EDT Student Year In Industry scheme. About 3t Year In industry YINI

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10 Incredible Mining Facts

3D Perspectives

Every American uses an average of 40,000 pounds of new minerals each year. 63% of gold is used in jewelry, 21 % in coins, 15% per cent in industrial uses including electronics; and 1 % in dental.

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The ‘Google’ of 3dprinting files? 3dfilemarket interviews 3Dshap.es CEO Seena Rejal

Philip Cotton

He started 3D Industries in 2012 and is set to become a major player in searching 3D content. A mix of technology developments and industry business models will bring about the price points and demand for such adoption. Where do you think the 3dprinting industry will be in 5 years? I think industrial use will also have developed extensively for high-value applications. The ‘Google’ of 3dprinting files?

NinjaTek Unveils Two Industrial 3D Printing Materials at CES 2016

3D Printing Industry

For CES 2016, the Fenner Drives subsidiary has launched two more filaments to be released in Q1 2016 that it hopes will see strong industrial use. … The original post NinjaTek Unveils Two Industrial 3D Printing Materials at CES 2016 appeared first on 3D Printing Industry.

Deloitte Highlights Manifold Opportunities with 3D Printing

3D Systems

Following the paper’s outline, the ability to 3D print end-use parts and ready-to-use tooling, first “reduces the capital required to achieve economies of scale. Deloitte Highlights Manifold Opportunities with 3D Printing Tuesday, July 28, 2015 - 13:17.

Airobotics Making Completely Autonomous Drones A Reality

3D Printing Hub

Airobotics has produced a fully automated, industrial grade, on demand, and multipurpose flying drone. In 2014 he decided to make drones for industrial uses. Airobotics’ fully automated drone uses a UAV system to function without manual operators.

3D Academy: Drone Technology Takes Flight

3D Innovations

Drones have been a staple of maker communities for years, however as their popularity grows they are quickly becoming a widespread tool used in both the workplace and schools as well. As drones gain in popularity the industry around drone technology is taking shape.

A Treasure Trove of AEC Insights and Discoveries

3D Perspectives

The truly innovative AEC professionals are looking beyond what’s been done, to what’s being done across other industries. Here you’ll gain insight from experts on the cutting edge of the industrialization of design and construction.

Quick comparison: pro versus low cost FDM 3D printers

Tridimake

By the way I use the expression "low-cost" versus "pro" , which is not fair to the Ultimaker2 as it just can print as "pro" as this "pro" one. Now should I use "low-cost" versus "high-cost"? May be even 4 of them would fit in the space that the latter uses in the office.

New ASTM Additive Manufacturing Standard Focuses on Directed Energy Deposition

Additive Manufacturing

In the directed energy deposition process, focused thermal energy is used to fuse materials by melting as they are they are being deposited. DED is used in industry for repair, rapid prototyping and low volume part fabrication. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.,

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3D Printing:Then and Now

Rapid Prototyping News UK

This accretion of layers, one on top of another and then bonded together using lasers or heat, remains the basis of the various AM technologies today. As a pioneer in AM, 3T RPD continues to innovate to keep itself at the forefront of Industry 4.0,

Australian Researchers Lack Support From Government, Turn to Crowdfunding to Fund 3D Printed Ears

3DPrint.com

When you consider the industrial uses for 3D printing, the potential is staggering, whether you are examining the ways in which the technology is being used in aerospace, automotive, or a wide range. View the entire article via our website.

Looking to the Future: Top 5 3D Printing Trends to Watch

i.materialise

In order to find some structure in the chaos, we scanned the most important 3D printing blogs and journal articles about today’s 3D printing industry trends and compiled a list of what we think are the 5 topics most likely to shape the world of 3D printing from 2016 to 2020.

Most Read Articles from Last Week – November 15

3D Printing Industry

By 3D Printing Industry. Using a DLP 3D Printer to Print a Working Speaker. The creators of the LumiPocket 3D Printer have just posted an Instructable on using their DLP 3D printer to create a working mini speaker.

Internet of Things: What’s the Big Idea?

3D Perspectives

Billion acquisition of NEST, the expression “Internet of Things”, known as IoT, has suddenly become the big buzz word in all different industries. Hong Bai is the High-Tech Industry Mechatronic System Design Consultant @ Dassault Systèmes. Written by Hong Bai *.

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Will 3D Printing be the demise of Plastic Injection Molding?

Leslie's Blog

Some observers of the plastics manufacturing industry, especially those with a vested interest, would like to have you believe that 3D printing is going to be the demise of injection molding. By Denny Scher.

3D Printing in the Automotive Industry

Fisher/Unitech

In the automotive manufacturing industry, most projects share common goals. There has been much written over the past couple of years about unique and innovative 3D printing projects that have captured the automotive industries'' attention, but what are the real benefits being seen?

Sharebot Takes Their FDM to the Professional Level with Sharebot Q

3D Printing Industry

As a variety of 3D printing processes are being continuously reinvented and expanded upon for both consumer and industrial uses, one company from Nibionno, Italy, has been hitting their stride in the prosumer market. From the Sharebot Andromeda, their professional-grade SLA printer, to the Sharebot 42, their Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy-inspired FFF 3D printer, […]. 3D Printers 3D Printing Business Featured News Press Release

Spotlight on MEMKO: Pushing Collaboration Across the Project Life Cycle to Revolutionize Design and Construction

3D Perspectives

When Miro Miletic began his career with Boeing in the 1990s, the aviation industry was at the precipice of tremendous change. With the 777, Miletic was part of the team to design and build an aircraft using 3D CAD as the master model. Jumping Across Industries.

APWorks Collaborates with SAP to Accelerate and Remaster the On-Demand Industrial 3D Printing Process

Additive Manufacturing

Taufkirchen, July 13, 2016: APWorks announced the signing of a co-innovation agreement with SAP , which aims to accelerate the adoption and standardization of industrial 3D printing initiatives for the aerospace and defense industry.

Insight Tip

CATI Tech Notes

Use honeycomb internal structures for model material reduction without losing strength! The honeycomb sandwich construction is one of the most valued structural engineering innovations developed by the composites industry.

3D Scanning Catches Criminals

3D Printing Industry

A collaboration between industrial researchers at Warwick University and the West Midlands Police using 3D scanning, printing and virtual reality has provided crucial evidence to a murder conviction for the first time. The use of 3D scanning was instrumental in the conviction of Simon.

6 Facts About Drones You Need to Know

3D Printing Hub

The military uses drones almost as big as cars to transport inventory and keep an eye on hostile territories. Delivery services make use of large drones to deliver any number of parcels. The insurance industry is also investing heavily into drones to speed up the inspection process.

Your Questions about FDM Nylon12 Carbon Fiber Material Answered

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

SG: Can you give us a typical industry use case example? An Interview with Zehavit Reisin, VP, Head of Rapid Prototyping. Sam Green: Zehavit, so summarize for us what is the new Nylon12 Carbon Fiber material?

JEC World 2016 and Dassault Systèmes : Composites Disruptive Technologies

3D Perspectives

JEC World 2016 , the N°1 worldwide Composites Tradeshow which took place in Paris on March 8-10th, 2016 was an exciting opportunity for Dassault Systèmes to connect with Composites users and influencers across Industries. Enable Industrial Adoption of Additive Manufacturing.

3D Printing Takes Off

3D Perspectives

The medical industry uses the technique with living cells to create tissues and, perhaps one day, organs. AM then uses several binding techniques, including selective laser melting, direct metal laser sintering and laser deposition technology. Written by Catherine Bolgar.

Free Additive Manufacturing Introductory Course

Fabbaloo

The course content will cover not only the essentials of the technology itself, but also how it relates to your business, focusing on business changes required, industrial uses and factors to consider when evaluating 3D printing options.

The industrial Internet: The next wave in manufacturing…

Design 2 Part News

“The industrial Internet: The next wave in manufacturing technology” By Jesse DePinto, BizTimes. The Industrial Internet. The Industrial Internet (also known as Industry 4.0, the Industrial Internet of Things or IIoT) is perhaps the most valuable segment of the IoT market, with an estimated economic impact of up to $3.7 The Industrial Internet includes industries such as oil, mining, aviation, energy and manufacturing.

Endless Possibilities with Sciaky’s Expanded Lineup of Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) Systems

Additive Manufacturing

a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, Inc. The company also provides electron beam and advanced arc welding systems, as well as job shop welding services for the aerospace, defense, automotive, healthcare and other manufacturing industries. About Phillips Service Industries, Inc.

Workshops for Warriors: Rebuilding American Manufacturing One Veteran at a Time

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Active duty members getting ready to transition, they’re not getting any sort of training out of the military so they can be successful in a specific industry.

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.

Making Ships Smart and Connected

3D Perspectives

Traxens focuses on a solution for the entire industry, using technology-equipped containers that keep their tracking systems for a minimum of three years of battery life. By Catherine Bolgar. The high seas are getting connected.

3D Printing Predictions for 2015

3D Innovations

One list from Tech Advisor , Tech trends 2015: 3D printing grows up , focuses on the continued growth and innovations within the 3D printing (a/k/a additive manufacturing) industry. ” Tech Advisor goes on to mention the expanded use of 3D printing in medicine. 3D printing will reach a tipping point over the next three years as the market for relatively low-cost 3D printing devices continues to grow rapidly and industrial use expands significantly.

U.S. Manufacturing is Building up a Head of Steam

Design 2 Part News

This country was founded on manufacturing, and I think it continues to be an important part of our economy, and I don’t think that being a service-driven industry or economy is good in the long run for our country.”. Industrial Construction on the Upswing.