Stratasys Unveils Spin-off Evolve Additive Solutions to Focus on New "STEP" Technology

New company to drive Stratasys incubated innovation aimed at high-volume production using a wide range of thermoplastics at speeds comparable to conventional manufacturing processes STEP technology delivers the well-known advantages of additive manufacturing with cost-per-part and surface quality in line with traditional manufacturing, along with X, Y, Z directional strength and mechanical properties rivaling injection molding

3D Systems Delivering on Prototyping to Production Promise - Highlighting Customer Applications at AMUG 2018

Customer use cases prove real-world benefits such as: 40% reduction in injection molding cycle times, more than 90% cost savings, and 30% increase in production rate compared to other available solutions

Leading French Pharmaceutical Company Achieves Full Return on Investment within First Year of Installing Stratasys Production 3D Printer

-Thanks to high-performance thermoplastic resin and ABS-M30i biocompatible 3D printing material, UPSA is now able to replace metal parts in some applications and reverse engineer components for part replacement -Creation of lightweight 3D printed parts decreases part weight by 70 percent, which reduces machine wear-and-tear, in turn extending productivity and machine longevity

Protolabs Wins Frost & Sullivan Manufacturing Leadership Award for Operational Excellence

Protolabs was chosen as a recipient of a Frost & Sullivan Manufacturing Leadership Award for its continuous improvement initiative.

Sciaky Reaches Agreement with Farcco Tecnologia for Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) Solutions

Sciaky and Farcco see tremendous opportunity for EBAM in Brazil's thriving aerospace industry

Solvay announces winners of Additive Manufacturing (AM) Cup, an international 3D printing competition using KetaSpire® PEEK AM filament

Launched last October, the competition invited university students from around the globe to demonstrate their aptitude for additive manufacturing by fabricating complex polymer shapes with the company's KetaSpire® polyetheretherketone (PEEK) AM filament.

AMI launches focused expos for the American plastics industry

The Compounding World Expo, Extrusion Expo and Plastics Recycling World Expo will be held in Halls B and C of the state-of-the-art Huntington Convention Center in downtown Cleveland. They will feature free-to-attend conference sessions, plus there will be a networking party for attendees and exhibitors at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on the evening of 8 May.

Flying ink drops: printing 2000 products per minute

Label & Print 2018 in Zurich: Leibinger is presenting the JET3up industrial inkjet printer (Hall 4, Stand H14)

LINK3D Introduces Blockchain to Connect the Digital Thread for 3D Printing

Software company implements blockchain for 3D printing workflow integration

Xometry Surpasses 1,000 Manufacturing Partners Nationwide

Continued Strong Growth for Manufacturing on Demand Platform

GE Additive Donates 3D Metal Printer to the University of Cincinnati

UC one of eight schools worldwide to receive new technology

Leaders in Additive Manufacturing and Advanced Inspection Build a New Path Forward to Improve Quality in 3D Printed Parts

The Barnes Group Advisors and Expanse Microtechnologies announced a joint partnership to help the additive manufacturing community chart a path forward to superior product quality and consistency through enhanced process knowledge.

Desktop Metal Closes $65 Million in New Financing Led by Ford, Bringing Total Investment to Date to $277 Million

Company Also Announces Ford CTO to Join Desktop Metal's Board of Directors

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Announces 2018 Scholarship Recipients

Emrah Celik, Ph.D., an assistant professor of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Miami (UM), has been awarded the Randy Stevens Scholarship. Daniel Delgado Camacho, who is pursuing a master's degree in Structural Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin), has been awarded the Guy E. Bourdeau Scholarship.

Protolabs Expands Manufacturing Capacity with New Building, Added Machines

Protolabs' purchase of a facility in Brooklyn Park, Minn., will enable the fast-growing digital manufacturing company to expand its prototyping and low-volume production capacity.

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