This production volume materials approach will allow us to ensure that our partners like adidas, which will be printing thousands or millions of parts, can do so economically compared to other manufacturing methods such as injection molding.
Toolkits from Tech Soft 3D provide the CAD data import, export, modeling and mesh healing components to create 3D printing applications
IoTSWC is the world's leading event for the industrial internet and the only one that combines exhibition space, knowledge transfer, testbeds and professional networking at the highest level.
Xometry - The Manufacturing On-Demand Platform - Announces Updated Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS® Add-In
Enhanced integration provides users a faster, more seamless manufacturing on demand experience all within the SOLIDWORKS workspace.
Cubibot, the World's Smallest 3D printer with Cloud Printing Capabilities, More than Triples Campaign Goal Thirty Minutes after Launching on Kickstarter
Cubibot, bringing 3D printing to the masses and allowing a new generation of mainstream users to 3D print any design, raises more than $150,000 from backers after crowdfunding campaign begins
DuPont 3D printing products allow users to achieve the true benefits of 3D printing
-Latest release of 3D design and engineering portfolio integrates design to manufacturing process, features SOLIDWORKS CAM -Simplified product development workflow interactions accelerate innovation, improve business outcomes -Additional new end-to-end process solutions to be gradually rolled out
Stratasys Expands Multi-Material Functionality and Versatility for Advanced Rapid Prototyping and Tooling Applications
• 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 • Watch these brief video clips to learn more about Agilus30 and Digital ABS Plus • Visit Stratasys at the TCT Show 2017, Hall 3, Stand D30, September 26 - 28
3D Printing Studios brings the power of 3D printing across Asia Pacific with SAP Distributed Manufacturing
SINGAPORE (September 27, 2017) - 3D Printing Studios today announce that it has selected SAP Distributed Manufacturing to provide companies in the Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) region with access to the latest industrial 3D printing technology and services. 3D Printing Studios is the leading regional 3D printing service provider with current operation presence in Singapore as its Asia Hub, Sydney and its newly open studio in Melbourne.
- Focused software strategy makes Ultimaker a future-ready solution that continues to deliver greater results over time for individual users and businesses. - Ultimaker Cura will be released on October 17th 2017 and offers seamless workflow integration with third party software providers. - Cura Connect will be released on November 7th 2017, enables automatic print job scheduling and management for multiple Ultimaker 3D printers
Additive manufacturing represents a seachange for the manufacturing sector. In many cases, 3D printing has resulted in an immediate, cost-effective solution to an issue. More importantly, it has resulted in a complete re-engineering of parts, so that they are now better suited for the dedicated function they are intended to serve.
Eventually, 3D scanners and 3D printers are likely to become one solution, similar to how 2D scanners have now been integrated into 2D printers.
America Makes and ANSI Hold Phase 2 Kick-off Meeting for Additive Manufacturing Standardization Collaborative
Subject-Matter Experts Invited to Sign Up for Working Groups
Techniplas Welcomes Sharebot to its Open Innovation Program, Accelerating its Digital Transformation
By embedding 3D printed tools, jigs and fixtures that are powered by Sharebot into its factories, Techniplas plans to boost operational yields and develop next generation cost effective flexible manufacturing cells.
Offers Larger Resin Volumes and New Pricing Structure to Make 3D Printing More Economical
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