New Balance uses ultrasonic screening technology to sieve 3D printing powders

Russell Compact Sieve® paired with innovative ultrasonic technology increases throughput and prototype iteration at New Balance

Indaero Secures New Business with Major Airbus Suppliers by Transforming Tool Production Using Stratasys Additive Manufacturing

• Rapid and cost-effective manufacture of complex tools with Stratasys additive manufacturing enables company to take on low volume production jobs for customers • Using Stratasys Fortus 450mc Production 3D Printer, tools are produced 66% faster, 75% lighter and at 50% of cost compared to traditional manufacturing methods

Shapr3D Brings Powerful 3D CAD Modeling to iPad Pro

Shapr3D, the mobile 3D CAD modeling company, today announced a collaboration with Siemens PLM Software and Tech Soft 3D to create the world's first CAD system to run Siemens' Parasolid® software and HOOPS Exchange natively on iOS, and specifically the iPad Pro.

SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital and Stratasys Open Doors for Advanced Medical Innovation with 3D Printing in "Center of Excellence"

-Medical 3D printing center designed to accelerate best-practices for more effective surgical planning and better patient outcomes -Stratasys J750 full-color, multi-material 3D printer empowers doctors and surgeons to accurately re-create and model the most complex anatomical structures in unmatched 3D printed materials and colors

Allegorithmic Introduces New Materials to Help Visualize 3D Printed Objects

Designers Can Now Mimic the Unique Characteristics of Ten Additive Manufacturing Technologies with Full Photorealism

Ultimaker introduces 0.25 print core and Ultimaker Breakaway

Leading 3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker introduces new support material Ultimaker Breakaway and a 0.25 mm print core. Both products are available immediately.

GE Additive opens Customer Experience Center in Munich

-GE Additive's first international Customer Experience Center opened in Munich; The center, launched with an investment of $15 million, will employ up to 50 GE Additive employees within the 2,700 square meter state-of-the-art facility -Center allows current and potential customers to accelerate their journey into additive manufacturing -More than 150 guest and dignitaries from business, politics and academia came to Munich for the opening and discussed the importance of additive manufacturing

RIVA Precision Manufacturing Launches Expedited 3D Printing Services to the Jewelry Trade

Free Introductory New York Metro Delivery Available to New Customers, for a Limited Time

Offline Programming Software is Single Solution for Robotic Hammer Peening of Automotive Stamping Dies

Daimler wanted to develop a hammer peening process for polishing the stamping dies used to manufacture body panels for Mercedes-Benz cars. A robot was essential to the process. Little did the automaker know how difficult it would be to program a robot to handle the millions of toolpath calculations required for this intensive process. Conventional software tools were not up to the task. A three-year collaboration between Daimler and Robotmaster resulted in a robust software solution that not only made the programming for these large, complex dies easy and error-free, it reduced offline programming time by 70 percent. Once they had a foolproof solution for hammer peening, Daimler broadened their sights to other robotic processes. Laser hardening, laser cladding, and induction hardening also proved to be a great match with Robotmaster's single software solution.

Proto Labs Completes Acquisition of RAPID, Rebrands It as 'Rapid, a Proto Labs Company'

Effective today, RAPID will start operating under the name "Rapid, a Proto Labs Company." Over time, it will transition to operating solely under the Proto Labs brand.

Renaissance Services Announces Establishment of 3D Printing Division

Renaissance Services has established a division that specializes in 3D printing. Known as the PERFECT-3D Division, it performs a variety of 3D printing, but specializes in printing of ceramic components, primarily for the investment casting industry.

RIVA Precision Manufacturing Launches Expedited 3D Printing Services to the Jewelry Trade

Free Introductory New York Metro Delivery Available to New Customers, for a Limited Time

Kratzer, German Manufacturer of Highly Complex Precision Parts, Enjoys 90% Time Savings on Fixture Production With Stratasys Additive Manufacturing Technology

Increased production line efficiency through immediate additively manufactured fixture replacements

Carbon Powers Next-Gen 3D Printing Software With Cloud-based Computation

Enhancements Include Automated Tools Backed by Finite Element Analysis

Navidar Advises Proto Labs in Its Acquisition of Rapid Manufacturing

With the acquisition, Proto Labs will be able to offer its customers another quick-turn manufacturing service while expanding its CNC machining capabilities.

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