A Dassault Systèmes Corporate Partner, designated SOLIDWORKS Solution Partner, and leading manufacturer of CATIA and SOLIDWORKS-certified workstations, BOXX will also showcase their GoBOXX mobile workstations and invite attendees to try out all the BOXX systems by bringing along their own assemblies.
Stratasys Helps Bridge Adoption Chasm in 3D Printing, Making the Power of Additive Manufacturing More Accessible and Economical
Enhanced Objet Connex3 Multi-color, Multi-Material 3D Printer Minimizes Complexity and Cost New Stratasys Creative Colors Software, Powered by the Adobe 3D Color Print Engine, Maximizes Creativity and Ease of Use and Simplifies Design-to-3D Print Workflow Visit Stratasys at SOLIDWORKS World 2016 - Stand #503
Stratasys Partners with Adobe to Broaden Adoption of 3D Printing with New Color Experience and Simplified Workflow for Designers
New Stratasys Creative Colors Software, Powered by the Adobe 3D Color Print Engine, Maximizes Creativity and Ease of Use; Simplifies the Design-to-3D Print Workflow. Visit Stratasys at SOLIDWORKS World 2016 - Stand #503
Following a soft launch in January, www.ManufacturingTomorrow.com has officially launched its Online Trade Magazine.
Pro Mach Ranks Among Top Private Companies in the U.S. and Cincinnati Region according to Inc. Magazine and Deloitte
Pro Mach is recognized by Inc. 5000 for the 5th time and Deloitte 100 for the 11th year, driving a 3-Year sales growth of 73% and their highest national and local ranking yet. More than 845 employees were added during this 3-Year period.
New multi-material desktop 3D printer can independently control the temperature of two separate, high temperature, print heads to create material combinations not previously possible such as polycarbonate and ABS hybrid parts.
ATX 2016 - 2016 Golden Mousetrap Awards Name Finalists in 16 Categories of Product Design and Manufacturing Excellence
Winners to be Announced February 9 during Awards Ceremony in Anaheim at America's Most Comprehensive Advanced Manufacturing Event
For a limited time Stratasys is allowing a sneak peek into one of the beginner level education projects, Ear Bud Holders. This project duration is one week.
After a year and a half in research and development, functioning prototypes using metal alloy filaments, including copper, have been reviewed and have successfully met industry standards. Concentrating on both laser and extruder 3D printers, 3D MakerJet is committed to metal development.
Paul Litchfield, Jason Lopes and Todd Grimm will inform, inspire and excite attendees with their discussions of additive manufacturing applications, trends and technologies.
IMSI®/Design, a leading software provider and developer of the #1 best-selling CAD in retail, today announced the release of the new TurboCAD Mac version 9 product line including TurboCAD Mac Pro, TurboCAD Mac Deluxe 2D/3D, and TurboCAD Mac Designer 2D. The products are available for sale through the Apple Mac Store and on TurboCAD.com.
Tekla S. Perry for IEEE Spectrum: Velo3D, based in Santa Clara, Calif., has $22.1 million in venture investment to do something in 3-D printing: That makes it fourth among 2015’s best-funded stealth-mode tech companies in the United States, according to CB Insights. This dollar number is about all the hard news that has come out of this startup, founded in 2014 by Benyamin Butler and Erel Milshtein. But job postings, talks at conferences, and other breadcrumbs left along Velo3D's development trail—has created a sketchy outline of this company’s plans. Consider which 3-D printing technology is ready for disruption: metal. 3-D printing of plastics took off after 2009, when a key patent that covered the deposition technology expired; we now have desktop printers for 3-D plastic objects as cheap as $350. Printing of metal objects—done regularly in industry, particularly aerospace—uses a different, and, to date, far more expensive technology: selective laser sintering. This technology melts metal powders into solid shapes; it requires high temperatures, and far more complicated equipment than what’s found in the layering sort of printers used for plastic. The patent for this technology expired in early 2014—just before the formation of Velo3D. At the time, industry experts indicated that there wouldn’t be cheap metal printers coming anytime soon, but rather, would only come after “a significant breakthrough on the materials side,” OpenSLS’s Andreas Bastian told GigaOm in 2014. Could Velo3D’s founders have that breakthrough figured out? Cont'd...
Since 3D printing the prototype cost $770 and took only two weeks, including both design and development, VCE completed its testing much sooner than traditional methods would have allowed.
NVBOTS Launches NVLABS: The R&D Solution for Any Company in Need of Ultra-High Speed, Multi-Metal 3D Printing Capabilities; Appoints Dr. Paul Burke as Chief Research Officer
Customers to Benefit from Growing List of Supported Metals, Including Stainless Steel, Titanium, Nickel, Copper Nickel, Aluminum, Zirconium, Silver and Palladium
By Matthew Allen for SWI: Intelligent robots and drones, 3D printers, self-driving vehicles, data mountains, smart production lines, fintech and blockchain – the fourth industrial revolution is here. The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual Davos meeting will ponder the potential, limitations and societal impacts of “Industry 4.0”. Will the transformation of the workplace create jobs or unemployment? Will it close the gap between industrialised and developing economies, rich and poor - or widen it? For Swiss firms, can the new technological revolution ease the pressures of the strong franc? Speaking ahead of the annual meeting in Davos, WEF founder Klaus Schwab called on world leaders to revise policies to accommodate the coming changes. “We are not yet sufficiently prepared for this fourth industrial revolution that will come over us like a tsunami and will change whole systems,” he said. “My fear is that if we are not prepared we will create a world where particularly the middle class is frozen out. That would lead to a new problem of social exclusion that we absolutely have to avoid.” Cont'd...
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