YSoft be3D DeeRed brings advanced features at a competitive price; featured at GESS exhibition, Dubai
Outstanding service, support, and sales lead the charge
New LENS Print Engine Processing Head with integrated closed loop control
Like a superstrong magnet, 3D printing will pull manufacturing away from the manufacturing hubs and redistribute it, product by product, among thousands or tens of thousands of smaller factories across the globe.
Fonon Announces Major Improvements in Laser Cutting Technology for Its 2016 Titan FX Laser Cutting Machine
Latest advancements in Fonon's technology overcome cutting limitations intrinsic to reflective metals
3D MakerJet Inc. (OTCPK: MRJT) is preparing to introduce a wire-feed powderless metal 3D printer to the market later this year, 3D MakerJet Inc. is exploring the product's industrial applications.
Rising Media's Inside 3D Printing New York Announces Agenda and Keynotes with Focus on Business, Manufacturing, Medical, and Metal; April 10-12, 2016 at the Javits Convention Center
Now in its fourth edition in New York City, Inside 3D Printing is the leading professional 3D printing event worldwide.
By Lindsey Kratochwill for Popular Science: Watching a 3D printer work can sometimes seem like magic--thin filaments slowly build up on top of a platform, turning into parts and figurines. Now, apatent published by aerospace company Boeing introduces an even more futuristic element: levitation. With this method, the object prints while floating in midair thanks to magnets or acoustic waves. A "nugget" or base gets printed first out into space, and then a cadre of 3D printers add more and more of the printing material. But why? Levitation is cool, yes, but it turns out there is also a practical purpose for a floating 3D printed object, at least according to Boeing's patent. The levitating object can be manipulated and turned more so than an object stuck to a platform can be, and using many printheads at the same time would ostensibly speed up the process. Cont'd...
Conformal Sensors, Antennas and Circuitry Printed onto 3D Structures Show Real-World Applications
NVBOTS Introduces Ultra-High Speed, Multi-Metal 3D Printing Technology for Commercial Use through Alpha Program
Transformative Technology Pushes the Limits of Manufacturing Possibilities
Cho Mu-hyun for ZDNet: Samsung Electronics will provide its smart factory solution for over a thousand small and medium-sized businesses in South Korea by 2017, the company announced. The South Korean tech giant will first provide the solution to 224 firms selected by the Center for Creative Economy & Innovation (CCEI), a state-run startup and small businesses accelerator program, starting this month. The CCEI has centres nationwide and works with almost all South Korean conglomerates to fund and support small enterprises with potential. Samsung will provide these firms with manufacturing execution systems and enterprise resource planning solutions. It will also provide its IT-based manufacturing solutions such as automated manufacturing, process 3D simulations, and CAD/CAM super-precision moulding machines. The firm plans to provide 450 companies with the solutions this year and over 1,000 by next year. Cont'd...
Nano Dimension Announces New Collaboration with Tel Aviv University, Enabling 3D Printing of Sensors Using Nickel Nano- Particles
Nickel is a metal with excellent mechanical properties and very high corrosion resistance properties, ideally suited for printing applications. However, when utilizing inks made from nickel nanoparticles for inkjet printing, the main problem is the formation of particle clusters that can clog the printer head nozzles.
Changing Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB:CHGT) wants to offer its 3D printing services to world-renowned toymaker LEGO to repair or replace broken or missing pieces, bricks and blocks - a bold move the company believes would produce a strong stream of revenues, if successful.
DS Brand to Launch its New DS 3 by Using Dassault Systèmes' "Virtual Garage" Industry Solution Experience at Geneva Motor Show
Virtual Emotions for New Car Model Discovery
Ultimaker, a leading 3D printer manufacturer, has partnered with the University of Illinois, and Coursera, an education platform that offers online courses from top universities and organizations worldwide, to create a series of 3D printing courses that will be open to learners around the world.
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KINGSTAR Soft PLC - Replace Your PLC with an EtherCAT-enabled Soft PLC for Real-Time Motion Control and Machine Vision
The top machine builders are switching from proprietary hardware-based PLCs, like Allen-Bradley, TwinCAT, Mitsubishi and KEYENCE, to open standards-based EtherCAT-enabled software PLCs on IPCs. KINGSTAR provides a fully-featured and integrated software PLC based on an open and accessible RTOS. KINGSTAR Soft PLC also includes add-on or third-party components for motion control and machine vision that are managed by a rich user interface for C++ programmers and non-developers alike.