Reutlingen University Selects Dassault Systèmes' 3DEXPERIENCE Platform on the Cloud to Prepare Students for Industry 4.0

Students at German University's "Learning Factory" Experience the Digital Transformation of Industrial Processes and Logistics

Norsk Titanium Announces Investment from Applied Ventures

Venture Capital Arm of Global Technology Leader Takes Equity Position in Metal Additive Manufacturing Innovator

Peugeot Teams Up With 3D Printing Startup for Parts and Possibly Full Cars

Daniel Bentley for Fortune:  French carmaker PSA said on Thursday a partnership with a U.S. 3D printing startup would lead to cheaper production of whole vehicle structures as well as parts for its models. The maker of Peugeot, Citroen and DS cars said it had agreed with Los Angeles-based Divergent 3D to develop metal printing processes for PSA production lines. Carlos Tavares, PSA’s chief executive, said this could “dramatically scale down the size and scope of our manufacturing footprint” and yield lighter, more profitable vehicles. The carmaker did not quantify any impact on production jobs. Industries from aerospace to healthcare use 3D printing for the production of metal and plastic components, while elaborate assemblies with moving parts often prove more difficult. Ford is among other carmakers exploring the technology.   Cont'd...

PSA Group Signs a Strategic Partnership Letter of Intent With Divergent 3D, Charting a New Future of Dramatically More Efficient Automobile Manufacturing

-Divergent 3D has created a software-hardware platform enabled by 3D metal printing (the Divergent Manufacturing Platform™) that radically transforms the economics and environmental impact of designing and manufacturing complex structures such as cars -Divergent 3D is dedicated to revolutionizing car manufacturing and reducing its environmental impact through implementing and licensing its industry foundational IP and patents-pending technology -PSA Group is partnering with Divergent 3D to implement Divergent's technology in its manufacturing processes with the objective of becoming a global leader in efficient automotive manufacturing.

Thermwood Introduces LSAM: Large Scale 3D Additive Manufacturing Systems

Thermwood's new machine called LSAM (pronounced L-Sam, short for Large Scale Additive Manufacturing), uses a two-step, near-net-shape production process.

The Virtual Foundry's Filamet™: A Completely New Product for Desktop 3D Printing

The Virtual Foundry, makers of Filamet™ are uncovering new and amazing uses for the Metal filament every day

Hypertherm Turns to NVBOTS to Expand 3D Printing Usage

Leader in Advanced Cutting Products Relies on the NVPro for Rapid Prototyping Adoption Across the Company

IMTS - Stratasys Manufacturing Aids Package Can Help Users Speed Development of 3D Printed Manufacturing Tools

Package Contains Design Consultation and Advanced Materials to Help Users Create Jigs, Fixtures, or Other Manufacturing Tools

IMTS - Rapid Overmolding from Proto Labs Advances Injection Molding Services

Quick-turn digital manufacturer, Proto Labs, has added overmolding services to their rapid injection molding offerings. The company uses advanced 3D printing, CNC machining and injection molding technologies to produce custom parts within days.

IMTS - Optomec Showcases Affordable Production Systems for 3D Printed Metals at the IMTS Conference

Highlighting its exhibition will be live demonstrations of an affordable hybrid CNC system that combines Optomec LENS technology for 3D printed metals with subtractive milling technology in a single machine tool.

IMTS - Methods to Showcase Manufacturing the Future tt IMTS 2016, Booth S-9119

3D Printing, Automation and Full Range of Innovative Machining SolutionsEmbody the Future of Manufacturing.

New Block Based 3D Modeling Software, Capable of Creating 3D Printable Objects, Virtual Reality Worlds and Interactive 3D Websites Coming Soon to Kickstarter

What makes ScratchyCAD unique is how it brings together computer programming and computer-aided design (CAD) in a simple interface with drag and drop style blocks. The user is able to access complex programming functions to define objects such as shapes, arrays, materials, lights, and simulations.

FARO® releases SCENE Version 6.1, introducing a fully integrated point cloud to 3D mesh engine for product design and construction BIM-CIM professionals English

For modeling freeform shapes such as statues, equipment, industrial components and buildings, SCENE 6.1 now offers a fully integrated meshing tool, eliminating the need for customers to utilize 3rd party software for such deliverables.

EnvisionTEC to Showcase its Expanding Lineup of 3D Printers, Materials and Solutions

The 3D printer manufacturer plans to reveal two new printers by year's end, now offers more than 40 machines to serve medical, professional and industrial customers

3D Printing Allows SODIMAS Elevators to Increase Design Innovation and Reduce Prototyping Costs by up to 98%

Applications include customized manufacturing tools, prototype elevator parts and customer education devices French company now checking opportunities to 3D print spare parts to expand its service offering Video: Watch video to learn how SODIMAS uses 3D printing not only for training but in the entire product development process

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