Formnext 2019: DSM showcases success in scaling 3D printing with wide array of partnerships, new materials, and 3D printed applications
Combining materials, people, and expertise, DSM contributes to scaling of 3D printing from experimental modeling to industrial applications
Aerosol Jet's 8-hour Runtime Provides Higher Throughput and Lower Cost Per Part
Arkema and the Normandy Region intend this new center of excellence dedicated to additive manufacturing based on high-performance polymers, to be of benefit to companies and training organizations in the region, as part of a collaborative initiative striving for swift adoption of these new production methods.
• A 3D printed bionic hand can be made to measure thanks to engineers at WMG, University of Warwick and a collaboration of other companies. • The 3D printed hand incorporates muscle sensors to control an articulated thumb, enabling it to function similar to a human hand. • It can be made to measure in 10 hours in a choice of colours.
-MakerBot Nylon enables advanced functional prototyping and end-use part production; -2019 marks an impressive time for MakerBot materials, as the company concludes the year with eight materials for METHOD
Markforged Wins Four Major Awards, Secures the Second Fastest-Growing Hardware Company Spot on the Deloitte Fast 500
Top 3D printing company on the prestigious list also recognized for regional growth and technology innovation from MassTLC and BostInno
Additive Manufacturing research: Experts at Oerlikon, Linde and TU Munich to develop high-strength lightweight aluminum-based alloy
The partners aim to develop new high-strength, lightweight aluminum-based alloys that can serve the safety and weight reduction needs of the aerospace and automotive industries. The Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs is funding 50% of the EUR 1.7 million research project.
At formnext 2019, EOS will showcase EOS Shared Modules as a production-ready solution. Consisting of various hardware and software modules, the solution simplifies and parallelizes both the upstream and downstream workflow of the build process. Especially when operating multiple 3D printing systems, EOS Shared Modules makes it possible to manufacture high-quality metal parts on an efficient, scalable, profitable basis. EOS Shared Modules is scheduled to be available by the second half of 2020.
HP Introduces New 3D Printing Subscriptions, Services, and Partnerships to Accelerate Customers' Digital Manufacturing Journey
Significant Business Model, Ecosystem, Applications, and Materials Advancements; Continued Customer Momentum With More Than 18 Million Multi Jet Fusion Parts Produced in Last Year Alone
RIZE begins Commercial Shipments of XRIZE, World's First Office-Friendly Full-Color and Composite Industrial 3D Printer
Empowering all users with intelligent and functional 3D printed parts in full color
ParaMatters Expands Its Generative Design and Manufacturing Cloud Solutions with the Launch of CogniCAD 3.0 at Formnext 2019
- Doubling Computational Speed for Higher Resolution Designs and Simulation - Adding Automated Reverse Engineering Including Mesh Healing - Launching Support Generator and Print Orientation Workflow Productivity Tools - Introducing Additive Metal Print Simulator Powered by AdditiveLab
XponentialWorks Launches New Products That Are Reinventing Additive Manufacturing Together With Its Portfolio Companies at Formnext 2019
XponentialWorks' companies are breaking industry speed, cost and performance barriers, firmly moving 3D printing forward into serial production at scale
Xometry now offers Acetal Copolymer Plastic on the Xometry Supplies eCommerce Platform
BigRep is expanding its materials portfolio, launching 4 new materials at FABTECH 2019.
Breakthrough Mind-Reading Wearable Device to Launch in 2020 with Help from Protolabs' Cool Idea Award
The nūrio EEG device allows users to visualize mental activity via corresponding app and control IoT devices with brain waves
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