3D Printed Manufacturing Applications Expanding with Metal Threads and Screws

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

If you’re looking for new ways to expand your additive manufacturing applications, this video is a must see. The bigger picture here is that using your 3D printer to create prototypes is just the beginning when it comes to manufacturing.

Stratasys Reveals Development of New Metal Additive Manufacturing Platform for Short-Run Manufacturing Applications

Additive Manufacturing

Internally-developed platform brings values of additive manufacturing to short-run production while overcoming limitations of cost and throughput. The global market for metal additive manufacturing is projected to grow to $12 billion by 2028, according to industry estimates.

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New Developments in Acrylate Oligomers for 3D Printing

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The expansion of 3D printing into rapid manufacturing applications and strong market demand for next-generation oligomers, has been coupled with an increased demand for materials with a wide variety. 3D Printing Featured Stories Sponsored 3d printer resin recipe 3d printing oligomers 3D printing prototyping resins Bomar Bomar oligomers photopolymer photopolymer resin resins

Combining 3D Manufacturing & Traditional Manufacturing for Success

3D Innovations

In recent years the conversation around 3D manufacturing and traditional manufacturing methods has shifted—no longer are these viewed as competitors, but instead as complimentary manufacturing methods. Exploring 3D Manufacturing. Exploring Subtractive Manufacturing.

Materialise First to Offer New BASF TPU Material for HP Multi Jet Fusion

Additive Manufacturing

Ultrasint TPU supports prototyping and manufacturing applications that require elasticity, shock absorption and wear resistance. TPU is a fully-functional, flexible material, making it ideal for resistant and elastic parts.

Additive Industries Presents Competitive Entry Model MetalFAB1 for Process Development and Prototyping

Additive Manufacturing

The system is developed specifically for process & application development and prototyping. Its compact footprint and competitive price point help first time users to gain experience with metal additive manufacturing before scaling for series production.

Stratasys Unveils Range of Advanced Materials for Production-Grade 3D Printing Applications

Additive Manufacturing

Stratasys Unveils Range of Advanced Materials for Production-Grade 3D Printing Applications. Meeting the specific requirements of 3D printed applications in manufacturing, these materials can accommodate high temperatures and challenging requirements common on the production floor.

CRP Technology Unveils a New Polyamide Based Material

Additive Manufacturing

“When flexibility and strength cannot be compromised”: WINDFORM® FX BLACK, the new cutting-edge material for professional 3D Printing is here. Its characteristics make it the ideal partner for High-Performance applications. WINDFORM® Materials.

Forget about the cool factor – 3D printing saves time and money

Leslie's Blog

This guest blog is by Tyler Reid, Manufacturing Application Manager, GoEngineer. By drastically reducing both the cost and time required to develop prototypes, you can fit more versions of a part into the budget.

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For Large-scale Additive Manufacturing Demanding Speed, Versatility and Size, Stratasys Introduces the Multi-material Objet1000 Plus

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

If you’re designing large parts, medium parts or lots of small parts for high value applications like automobiles and aircraft, you want an additive manufacturing system built for maximum versatility. Galit: What makes the Objet1000 Plus such big news in additive manufacturing?

SABIC Delivers Material and Processing Expertise Needed to Create First-Ever Fully Functional 3D-Printed Vehicle

Additive Manufacturing

SABIC , a global supplier of engineering thermoplastics, recently delivered the materials and processing expertise needed to create the first-ever fully functional 3D-printed vehicle , Strati , at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS 2014).

Here they come—faster additive manufacturing systems

Leslie's Blog

Additive manufacturing (AM) machines and 3D printers have a reputation for being slower than users desire when it comes to building a part. Speed depends on part design, material, and the selected additive build process.

3D printing shifts into manufacturing

Leslie's Blog

Louis, many conversations focused on taking 3D printing / additive manufacturing (3DP/AM) more into manufacturing rather than just prototyping. Over the next few years, you will see a number of product introductions and systems that demonstrate more manufacturing capability.

Rapid manufacturing MK2: Business, meet Industry

Open 3DP

3D printed=> Cast from Aluminum=> direct injection mold frames ready for scalable prototype production. Data can travel across the globe in a manner of seconds/minutes, allowing parts, object, etc is then manufactured on site. Manufacturing on site.

How 3D printing can be used for tooling applications

Leslie's Blog

3D printing enables manufacturers to test tool designs before committing to metal—saving both time and money. Tyler Reid, Manufacturing Application Manager, GoEngineer. Most people think about using 3D printing for direct prototypes. But there’s a lot of tooling and manufacturing applications that are great for 3D printing, which allows for the creation of fast and cheap injection mold inserts or tooling—all made out of true-to-spec materials.

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Fisher Unitech Expands 3D Printing to West Virginia

Fisher/Unitech

The company, an engineering solutions provider and Stratasys partner for nearly 18 years, supplies both Polyjet and Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) professional 3D printers to design and manufacturing industries. 3D Printing Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing Stratasys

SAP, Stratasys Accelerate Distributed Manufacturing Innovation Across Network of 3D Printing Labs

Additive Manufacturing

Nasdaq: SSYS) today announced that SAP is establishing along with Stratasys, a global network of 3D printing co-innovation labs to educate and enable customers, employees and partners on the adoption of additive manufacturing as an integral part of the manufacturing production line.

More additive manufacturing systems for production

Leslie's Blog

Some executives believe that the current state of additive manufacturing equipment is too focused on prototyping instead of production. But more companies continue to enter the space of additive manufacturing, especially for metal materials.

3D Systems strengthens its additive manufacturing product line

Leslie's Blog

The developers of additive 3D printing systems continue to focus on moving into manufacturing. 3D Systems has long had products that suit manufacturing applications, but its previous branded identity did not always emphasize that aspect of the business.

Additive manufacturing–your way

Leslie's Blog

It has developed a customer-focused Additive Manufacturing Ecosystem designed to help you design and manufacture better products, your way. A number of application kiosks showcased problem-solving parts made on Stratasys systems.

Understanding The 3D Printing Ecosystem

3D Printing Review

What I’ve learned is that many of these technologies are composed of very well-understood materials, software problems and mechanical systems — things that engineers have been doing for decades. It’s clear that it’s not due to working with exotic materials or advanced motion control.

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Additive Manufacturing Users Group Names Technical Competition Winners

Additive Manufacturing

Mike Littrell and Vince Anewenter recognized for excellence in additive manufacturing. Andrew Graves, equipment partnership manager for DSM Functional Materials, said, “As a judge in this year’s AMUG Technical Competition my job was incredibly difficult.

TWI Presents ProJet 3500 HD MAX 3D Printer

3D Rapid Pro

About 3D Systems Corporation 3D Systems is a leading provider of 3D content-to-print solutions including 3D printers, print materials and on-demand custom parts services for professionals and consumers alike.

3D Systems Delivers Next Generation ProJet(TM) 3D Printer Series

3D Rapid Pro

- ProJet(TM) 3500 Immediately Available In Eight Printer Models - Nine New Performance Grade Materials For Tailored Functionality - Enhanced Printability and Extended HD Performance With Ease of Use ROCK HILL, S.C., About 3D Systems Corporation 3D Systems is a leading provider of 3D content-to-print solutions including 3D printers, print materials and on-demand custom parts services for professionals and consumers alike.

Additive shows off its manufacturing capabilities

Leslie's Blog

3Dprinting /additive manufacturing (3DP/AM) has had a bit of an identity problem for the past few years. Is it a machine that will replace CNCs and other legacy manufacturing systems? Is it the third leg of manufacturing—subtractive, injection molding, and now additive?

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CRP Technology Launches Windform® RL: “Dare to be Flexible”

Additive Manufacturing

CRP Technology unveils a new durable thermoplastic elastomer material with exceptional rubber-like distinguishing features. Windform® RL is a durable thermoplastic elastomer material with exceptional rubber-like distinguishing features. Windform® Materials.

New FDM 3D Printer Enhancements Make Stratasys Solutions Stronger, Simpler and Faster for Demanding Industrial Applications

Additive Manufacturing

Easier to Manufacture Complex Hollow Composite Parts with New Sacrificial Tooling Solution. Stratasys is improving this process with a new sacrificial tooling solution, comprised of its new ST-130 material and new fill patterns. ULTEM® 9085 ULTEM™ 1010 material

Stratasys’ Additive Manufacturing ‘Your Way’ Ecosystem Debuts at EuroMold 2014

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Stratasys Additive Manufacturing Ecosystem. The 3D printing industry has changed a lot over the last few years with more technologies, materials, applications and part delivery options. Explore Our Innovative Application Kiosks. Augmenting Traditional Manufacturing.

Multi-National Schneider Electric Plans Factory of the Future with Stratasys 3D Printing

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Schneider Electric leverages a range of Stratasys 3D printers for various prototyping and manufacturing applications to improve production efficiencies and gain cost and time improvements. Tooling and Manufacturing

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The Top 10 Stratasys Blog Posts from 2014: Cars, Monsters and Manufacturing

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

The working prototype was produced using 3D printing technologies from Stratasys, with guidance from Stratasys’ Latvian partner, Baltic3D , and Polish reseller Bibus Menos. 3D Printed Manufacturing Applications Expanding with Metal Threads and Screws.

APWORKS and Additive Industries Advance to Series Production of Certified Parts

Additive Manufacturing

The partners have jointly decided to now move to the next phase of industrial additive manufacturing: certification and series production. Collaboration with launching customer transferred to Bristol for next phase of industrialisation.

Six Essential Tools for SOLIDWORKS Users Working with Additive Manufacturing

The Solidworks Blog

Additive manufacturing, also commonly referred to as 3D printing, is a manufacturing process by which material is added, layer by layer, to build a part. The are many benefits of additive manufacturing. Designing for Additive Manufacturing in SOLIDWORKS.

Italian Service Bureau, ZARE, Cuts Manufacturing Costs for Aerospace and Automotive by 50% with Stratasys 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing

Using additive manufacturing to produce end-use parts, the company has reduced total cost per part by around 30%. This spans a spectrum of traditional manufacturing applications, including injection molding, tooling and the production of final parts.

Creating New Possibilities for Additive Manufacturing, Stratasys Removes Complexity From Design-to-3D Print Process

Additive Manufacturing

Advanced FDM Software designed to eliminate CAD-to-STL roadblock, streamlining workflow, production times, material usage – aimed at speeding time-to-market and revenue. The seamless transition of moving a build between applications is easy and intuitive.”.

3D Printing Takes Flight with Singapore Airlines Engineering Company and Stratasys

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

We have recently embarked on a partnership with Singapore Airlines Engineering Company to explore establishing a Singapore based additive manufacturing center with the goal of providing design, engineering, certification support and part production to SIAEC’s network of partners and customers.

Renishaw – The Business Case for Metal AM

Additive Manufacturing

By Renishaw The business case for metal AM Every year, the additive manufacturing (AM) industry comes together for the Additive Manufacturing Users Group ( AMUG ) Conference, where attendees gain insight into the latest trends, exciting new applications and developments in AM technology.

Farnborough Q&A with David Ziegler

3D Perspectives

Our team also looks forward to hosting those interested in optimizing manufacturing at our Executive Roundtable on Manufacturing Agility. Industry expert, Anthony Velocci, former Editor in Chief, Aviation Week & Space Technology, said, “The manufacturing landscape is changing dramatically. How do you predict how products will perform before they are manufactured? Special guests also include: Ivan Madera , CEO Morf3D, Tier 1 Additive Manufacturer.

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“Scalmalloy® by APWORKS“ – Partnership Between APWORKS and TOYAL Announced

Additive Manufacturing

The market for metallic 3D printing is developing at a breath-taking speed and besides the growing demand of high-performance printing systems and integrated post-processing steps, the utilized materials are increasingly gaining in importance.

Transforming Manufacturing: Stratasys Furthers Collaboration with Team Penske, Demos New Carbon Fiber 3D Printers

Additive Manufacturing

Racing Team Harnesses the Power of 3D Printing, Reveals Streamlined Prototype and Final Part Production at IMTS 2018. . Stratasys FDM additive manufacturing is used to advance car testing, prototypes and production parts, supported by advanced materials such as Carbon Fiber-filled Nylon 12.

Carbon Announces New Funding from Global Strategic Investors and International Expansion to Europe, Japan and Other Asian Markets

Additive Manufacturing

More details of additional strategic investors involved in this round of financing will be announced in 2017 along with details of their manufacturing projects that utilize Carbon’s technology. The M1 Printer is ideal for functional prototyping and low-volume manufacturing.

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PostProcess Announces Expanded Channel Partner Coverage Across North America

Additive Manufacturing

This was critical selection criteria as PostProcess post-printing solutions enable scalability of all materials and all technologies. PostProcess’ technologies fundamentally reshape the additive manufacturing opportunity and require partners who are at the forefront of change. “We

New Stratasys Large-Scale Objet1000 Plus Brings Enhanced Versatility and Speed to Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

Production system can combine large prints, several materials, high speed, high resolution and simple operation,and it can handle both prototypes and manufacturing tools simultaneously.

Stratasys Breaking Traditional Manufacturing Barriers at IMTS 2016

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

How is 3D printing making manufacturing more efficient and cost-effective today, and how it can become an integrated part of a long-term manufacturing strategy? Proven Additive Manufacturing Applications That Improve Your Productivity.