IDS Releasing Aerosol-Based Desktop Electronics 3D Printer at NextFlex Innovation Day

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3D Printers 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials 3d electronics printer 3d electronics printing 3d printing electronics aerosol jet 3d printing desktop 3D printer IDS Integrated Deposition Solutions NanoJet new mexico NextFlexComing up on August 8th, the NextFlex consortium will be holding an Innovation Day at its San Jose, California headquarters. The invitation-only workshop (request an invite here) celebrates the. View the entire article via our website.

Cevotec to corner composite materials market with additive manufacturing

3D Printing Industry

Under the terms of the agreement, Composite Automation, LLC will become the official representative for Cevotec’s unique Fiber Patch Placement (FPP) additive manufacturing technology across the US, Canada and Mexico. Materials Cevotec Composite Automation composite materials Fiber Patch Placement FPP John Melilli pick and place Thorsten Groene

MM1 modular multimaterial 3d printer by MakerMex

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MM1 is a new 3d printer by MakerMex from Mexico. MM1 wants to achieve ability of multiple material printing with their extruder and printbed modules. The main feature of MM1 is the modularity of the extruder head that is easily replaceable and could be upgraded in the future.

Aerosol Jet Printing used to produce low-cost graphene food toxin sensor

3D Printing Industry

Researchers based in the USA have used Aerosol Jet Printing (AJP) technology from New Mexico-based 3D printer manufacturers Optomec to develop a graphene-based electrochemical sensor for testing food. Research 2D Materials Aerosol Jet Printing AJ200 AJP AJP Carmen Gomes Graphene IDE interdigitated electrode IOP Iowa State University Jonathan Claussen Kshama Parate Mark Hersam Northwestern University optomec

Stratasys Unleashes Brilliant Design and Productivity with the New J850 3D Printer and Materials

Additive Manufacturing

Stratasys Unleashes Brilliant Design and Productivity with the New J850 3D Printer and Materials. In addition, the J850’s larger, seven-material capacity enables designers to print a full range of color, transparency and flexibility combinations in a single part.

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.

Sandia National Laboratories at the Forefront of Material Science Evaluation for Additive Manufacturing (AM)

Additive Manufacturing

We caught up with Dr. Brad Boyce, material scientist at Sandia, to learn more about Alinstante in an exclusive AMazing® Q&A conversation. *. The goal of Alinstante is to speed up the testing of 3D-printed parts and materials science research.

Stratasys Expands Triple-Jetting Technology with New Multi-Material 3D Printers

Additive Manufacturing

Objet500 Connex1 and Objet500 Connex2 deliver high throughput 3D printing while combining multiple materials for prototyping and production tooling. The Objet500 Connex1 Multi-material 3D Printer improves throughput by doubling material capacity and increasing unattended run time.

Mexican students use 3D printer to create synthetic bone implant

3D Printing Industry

Students from Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP) in Puebla, Mexico have used a 3D printer to create scaffolds for synthetic bone material. The synthetic material.

Stratasys Expands Multi-Material Functionality and Versatility for Advanced Rapid Prototyping and Tooling Applications

Additive Manufacturing

Addition of Agilus30 rubber-like material and Digital ABS Plus engineering-grade material increases versatility of the Stratasys J750 full-color, multi-material 3D printing solution. All pieces 3D printed on the Stratasys J750 full color, multi-material 3D printing solution.

Stratasys Inc.-Leading Artists Showcase Intricate Pieces Achievable with Multi-Material 3D Printing at Acadia

Additive Manufacturing

This is explored through the relationships between form and performance, and the design nuances made possible with multi-material and color 3D printing. Without multi-material 3D printing, the gradient distribution of material properties and performance would be impossible.”.

French Hospital Enhances Complex Kidney Cancer Surgery Planning with Stratasys Color Multi-Material 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing

CHU Bordeaux is one of the first hospitals worldwide to pioneer kidney tumor removal by using 3D printed color multi-material models pre-surgery to locate depth of kidney tumors. Mexico. Stratasys Mexico.

Audi Adopts Stratasys Full Color Multi-Material 3D Printing to Innovate and Accelerate

Additive Manufacturing

For the production of tail light covers, Audi estimates a reduction in prototyping lead times by up to 50 percent using unique Stratasys full-color, multi-material 3D printing (Photo: Business Wire). Ultra-realistic color, multi-material prototyping accelerates design.

NIDEK Technologies Accelerates Clinical Trial Evaluations of Vision Diagnostic Systems with Stratasys Multi-Material 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing

Video :Using Stratasys’ Objet500 Connex3 Multi-material, Color 3D Printer, NIDEK Technologies is 3D printing engineered prototyping materials that match the performance of metal counterparts. Mexico, Central America, Caribe and South America. Stratasys Mexico.

New Stratasys ASA Thermoplastic is UV-Resistant and Has Best Aesthetics Among FDM 3D Printing Materials

Additive Manufacturing

Nasdaq: SSYS ), aleading global provider of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, today announced availability of a new thermoplastic material option for its FDM-based production 3D printers: ASA ( Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate ). Mexico. Stratasys Mexico.

Chocolate Factory Overcomes Costly Machinery Downtime by Replacing Metal Parts with Stratasys High-Performance Composite 3D Printing Material

Additive Manufacturing

Van de Rijzen uses Stratasys’ high-performance FDM Nylon 12CF composite material , a carbon-filled thermoplastic containing 35% chopped carbon-fiber. The success of the 3D printed part was instantly clear – the material is impossible to bend,” says van de Rijzen. Stratasys Mexico.

Stratasys Expands Its 3D Printing Gamut with Two New Material Advances: FDM Carbon Fiber-Filled Nylon Capable of Replacing Metal, and Extra-Flexible, Tear Resistant PolyJet Family

Additive Manufacturing

Agilus30 rubber-like material line has superior durability, tear resistance and elongation-at-break properties for design verification and prototyping. The excellent strength and stiffness-to-weight ratio of the FDM Nylon 12CF material is a game changer for us. Stratasys Mexico.

Stratasys Groundbreaking Mult-Color, Multi-Material 3D Printing Now Available for Larger Dental Labs Who Need Increased Throughput, Productivity

Additive Manufacturing

The new 3D printer brings high throughput to Stratasys exclusive multi-color, multi-material dental modeling. The new Objet500 Dental Selection 3D Printer combines high throughput with multi-color, multi-material capability for high productivity. Stratasys Mexico Erica Massini. +55

Zortrax Offers Free M200 3D Printer with Purchase of 56 Rolls of Filament

3D Printing Industry

Zortrax has built a wide network of resellers including Thinglab in Australia, Make Mike in Mexico and iMakr in London and New York.… 3D Printers Materials Press Release Promo ZortraxBy Pablo Rovelo.

Stratasys-New High-Volume FDM Material Box Increases Unattended Run Time for Stratasys’ Fortus 3D Production Systems

Additive Manufacturing

Designed for reliable and unattended high-volume use, each Xtend 500 box contains 500 cubic inches of FDM thermoplastic material, delivering more than five times the output of standard canisters. Mexico. Stratasys Mexico.

Students at University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten ‘Design for Additive’ with First-of-Its-Kind 3D Printed Self-Balancing Scooter

Additive Manufacturing

The first fully-functional 3D printed prototype of the self-balancing scooter featuring Stratasys 3D printed frame and platform, produced in tough Nylon6 material (Photo: Business Wire). Mexico, Central America, Caribe and South America. Stratasys Mexico.

British Hospital Transforms Life-Changing Maxillofacial Surgeries With Stratasys 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing

The unique properties of Stratasys’ materials are also integral to the process, with the VeroWhite material providing a smooth, high resolution finish ideal for accurate anatomical models. This provides an invaluable reference material throughout operations. Stratasys Mexico.

Quintus Technologies HIP System Offers HT-MX an Ideal Introduction to High Quality Hot Isostatic Pressing

Additive Manufacturing

Västerås, Sweden, January 16, 2020 – Based in Chihuahua, Mexico, HT-MX specializes in heat treatment and metallurgical lab services for the aerospace and automotive markets. However, in Mexico there were no businesses able to offer HIP services, until now.

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

Additive Manufacturing

Sacrificial tooling, a process in which 3D printed molds are wrapped in composite material and then removed after part curing, enables manufacturers to rapidly and cost-effectively create complex, hollow composite parts. The kit will first be compatible with ASA and ULTEM™ 1010 materials.

4 Incredible Examples Of 3D Printed Homes

Shapeways Blog

In Italy, Crane WASP Technology created Gaia, a house made out of natural materials from the surrounding area. New Story + ICON’s 3D Printed Community in Tabasco, Mexico. Building a house has always been a time consuming, expensive and labor intensive task.

How Building Robots Lets Students’ Imaginations Run Wild

Shapeways Blog

Since we first launched, Shapeways has been passionate about supporting innovation in the robotics industry, developing accessible tools and high-quality, flexible materials that expand what’s possible.

Stratasys Showcases New 3D Printing Solutions Designed to Reduce Time and Cost of Composite Tooling at SAMPE

Additive Manufacturing

It features Stratasys’ new ST-130 material along with alternative fill patterns (patent pending) designed for faster dissolution, rapid build speed, and greatly improved tool quality and autoclave performance. Mexico, Central America, Caribe and South America. Stratasys Mexico.

New Stratasys 3D Printing Solution for Eyewear Aims to Get Frames to Market One Year Faster

Additive Manufacturing

The new solution combines Stratasys’ unique J750 Multi-color, Multi-material 3D Printer with, VeroFlex, a new specially formulated 3D printing material for eyewear rapid prototyping needs. Mexico, Central America, Caribe and South America. Stratasys Mexico.

Stratasys-German University Revolutionizes Electric Car Production with Stratasys 3D Printing via StreetScooter Project

Additive Manufacturing

Aachen University uses world’s largest multi-material 3D printer, Stratasys’ Objet1000 3D Production System, to build a fully functional prototype electric car in just 12 months. Mexico. Stratasys Mexico.

VHM Fonderie Employs Stratasys 3D Printing Across Various Production Processes to Speed up Customer Turnaround Times and Improve Capacity

Additive Manufacturing

Stratasys Connex Multi-material 3D Printer utilized for wide array of applications including prototyping, tooling, replacement of obsolete and spare parts, as well as final part production. Mexico, Central America, Caribe and South America. Stratasys Mexico.

M. Holland Company Enhances 3D Printing Offerings with Braskem?s Polypropylene

Additive Manufacturing

This material features a proprietary formula that allows for high stability, low warpage and consistent extrusion. There is an increasing need in the additive manufacturing market for printable polypropylene material with high chemical resistance and hydrophobic properties.

University of Warwick Uses Stratasys Fortus 3D Printer to Build “Most 3D Printed Vessel on the Grid” for Upcoming European International Submarine Race

Additive Manufacturing

Using their Fortus 3D Printer, the students used Stratasys’ advanced ABS-M30 material – ideal for end-use environments due to its strength, functionality and ability to perform under complex shapes. Mexico, Central America, Caribe and South America. Stratasys Mexico.

Aztech Scenic Design: Taking 3D Printing To The Limit

3D Printing for Beginners

After seeing this great but completely crazy project materialize (the use of a 3D printer was paramount in the making of the robot) I was completely hooked and knew 3D printers could be used to make just about anything. It is going to be used in hospitals in Mexico.

Stratasys Update – ULTEM 1010 Resin

Additive Manufacturing

Added to the Stratasys material portfolio in 2014, this high-performance FDM thermoplastic offers the best heat resistance, tensile strength and chemical resistance of any FDM thermoplastic. Mexico, Central America, Caribe and South America. Stratasys Mexico.

Life-Threatening Heart Condition of 5-Year-Old Mia Gonzalez Carried a Grim Prognosis – 3D Printing from Stratasys Changed Her Life

Additive Manufacturing

The models are produced by a Stratasys Objet500 Connex3 Multi-Material 3D Printer. The 3D printer offers a wide range of material properties, enabling anatomical models to accurately replicate organs, flesh or mimic the rigidity of bone. Stratasys Mexico.

HASCO Combines Stratasys 3D Printing with Quick-Change Mold System to Create New Price/Performance Benchmark for Low Volume Injection Molding

Additive Manufacturing

HASCO 3D printed the inserts in Stratasys’ ultra-tough Digital ABS material using the Objet500 Connex Multi-material 3D Production System. Mexico. Stratasys Mexico.

Stratasys Extends Accessibility of Unique Triple-Jetting 3D Printing Technology

Additive Manufacturing

The Objet260 and Objet350 Connex systems deliver advanced multi-material technology featuring new build envelope sizes. The new additionsdeliver an excellent combination of application versatility, final product realism and material performance. Mexico. Stratasys Mexico.

3D Printing for the Royal Theatre of Madrid: Tomasz Dabert’s Modern Armor

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His tasks were to 3D model and print an armor for Wolfgang Rihm’s “The Conquest of Mexico”, an opera about the relationship between Native Americans and the Spanish Conquistadors.

U.S. Senator Udall Advances Funding for Construction at NM Military Bases, NM Veterans

Additive Manufacturing

Senator Tom Udall joined the Senate Appropriations Committee to approve legislation to fund important military construction projects and veterans’ care in New Mexico and across the country. VA programs and funding for New Mexico and nationally: The bill provides $74.9

Stratasys Unveils Spin-off Evolve Additive Solutions to Focus on New “STEP” Technology

Additive Manufacturing

Traditional manufacturers have long sought to combine the benefits of additive manufacturing with the material, quality and economics of traditional production processes. Specifically, STEP technology introduces a range of new features, including: Engineering-grade thermoplastic materials (amorphous and semi-crystalline). Multiple material printing capable within the same layer. Dr. Arun Chowdry, Vice President of Technology and Materials.

SolidWorks World 2015

Axis CAD Solutions

This year I’ll be giving 3 presentations on rendering, releasing some research from a recent project I’ve completed, making some announcements about an exciting new business venture I’m involved in and stopping by the New Mexico SWUG to give a presentation.

The MM1 3D Printing System

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We’re looking today at a new offering from Mexico-based MakerMex, the MM1 3D Printing System. MakerMex states the MM1 can lay down material with a fine resolution of 0.02mm in their build volume of 200 x 200 x 200mm.

When Cheap is Not So Cheap

Design 2 Part News

Alongside labour costs, there are also those for raw materials, energy, transport and much else besides. For example, America and Mexico becoming increasingly affordable, Brazil less so. BCG reckons that America and Mexico really are “rising stars”. By The Economist.