Innovative service providers emerging as key trend in 3D printing

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Additive manufacturing moves beyond the “cool” phase

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The next trend you’ll find with Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is the growth of additive services. Instead, a trend may be developing where vendors offer AM production services for users.

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A look at the future of additive from the AMUG Conference

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This is a key trend—those with additive technology in-house are looking to offer machines, services, and expertise to customers. This business will sell machines, materials, and consulting on best practices in additive manufacturing.

7 news ways you’ll 3D print parts in 2017

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Altering materials. The use of materials knowledge to alter printable materials for speed or properties is a key trend for 3D printing/additive manufacturing. Carbon uses material science to speed up the development of parts built a layer at a time.

7 news ways you’ll 3D print parts in 2017

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Altering materials. The use of materials knowledge to alter printable materials for speed or properties is a key trend for 3D printing/additive manufacturing. Carbon uses material science to speed up the development of parts built a layer at a time.

Get the latest 3D printing developments at the AMUG and RAPID Conferencess

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He will share his thoughts on the present and future with highlights of recent developments, current trends and future advances, while reinforcing the “education and training” aspect of the conference.

Tips for using 3D printing in medical applications

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And patient-specific is the latest trend for medical devices. Fueling and perhaps even driving this trend are 3D printers, with their ability to affordably handle custom, patient-specific designs. As for the materials used, it’s about 50/50 polymer and metal.

RIZE Unveils Smart Spaces for Innovation, Powered by XRIZE, the First All-in-One Desktop Industrial 3D Printer

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Smart Spaces are ‘connected, interactive and intelligent environments’ and have been identified by Gartner as one of the top ten technology trends for 2019. RIZE’s unique patented Augmented Deposition technology, combining material extrusion and material jetting, is an industry breakthrough.

HP Accelerates Democratization of 3D Printing With Breakthrough Full Colour Platform

Additive Manufacturing

Portfolio expansion ignites new wave of voxel-level innovation with low cost HP Jet Fusion 300 / 500 Series for functional parts in full colour, black or white; Channel program evolution and new collaboration with Dassault Systèmes. Building on HP’s Open Approach to Materials Development.

Gartner: 3D Printers to Reach 2.3 Million Shipments Totaling…

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3D printing at the enterprise level will be driven by lower costs, better quality, and greater materials in prototyping and manufacturing. Basiliere continues, “The high material extrusion shipment growth numbers are basically driving the 3D printer forecast. This total increase, Gartner believes, will be driven by vat photopolymerization and material jetting. “Gartner: 3D Printers to Reach 2.3 Million Shipments Totaling $13.4