Proto Labs CEO Vicki Holt Joins the Manufacturing Leadership Council's Board of Governors

Frost & Sullivan's Manufacturing Leadership Council, the foremost global business network for senior industrial executives, announces the election of President and CEO of Proto Labs, Inc. Vicki M. Holt, to the Manufacturing Leadership Council's Board of Governors.

EnvisionTEC Previews High-Speed 3D Printer for Dental Market at LMT Lab Day Chicago

-The Vida cDLM™ joins the company's popular line of dental 3D printers, offering build speeds up to 10 times faster than other DLP printers now on the market -EnvisionTEC also reveals E-Model, a new dental material for 3D printing of more accurate, durable models suitable for thermoformed aligners and more -Shipping has begun for E-Dent 400 and E-Gum, two dental materials previewed at last year's show

E-754 Reference Class Digital Piezo Controller for Nanopositioning Stages

New High-End Controller/Driver based on 4 decades of PI piezo nanopositioning experience produces higher resolution, bandwidth.

BitFlow Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Launching the Roadrunner Frame Grabber

World's first PCI bus-mastering digital frame grabber

Lenze Smart Automation Solution Teams Up Panel Controller and Frequency Inverter

Unified machine solution combines p300 and i500-one interface, one program-ready, set go!

Pacific Power Source Introduces Extensive Line of High-Power Programmable AC & DC Cabinet Test Systems

New Range of Systems Covers 18kVA to 60kVA Power Requirements

Tesla Inc. CTO and Co-Founder JB Straubel Announced as 2017 Keynote Presenter at UBM's Inaugural Advanced Design & Manufacturing (ADM) Cleveland

Event to Feature Leader in Automotive and Alternative Energy and Over 25 Hours of Free Conference Content

PTC and Deloitte Announce Plans to Accelerate Internet of Things Adoption and Innovation for Businesses

Alliance Will Help Enterprises Rapidly Build, Deploy, and Manage IoT Solutions

This 3D-Printer Uses Holograms for Super-Fast Printing

Patrick Lynch for Arch Daily:  One established 3D-printing technique is using laser to cure light-activated plastic, building up layers one at a time in a time-consuming process. But now tech start-up Daqri has discovered a way of speeding up that process: by using a 3-dimensional hologram.  The printer works by projecting a 3D light field into a dish of the light sensitive monomer “goo.” The plastic quickly hardens, allowing it to be extracted using a screen. The whole process takes just 5 seconds, compared to the several minutes than would be required by an ordinary 3D printer. In addition to its increased speed, the printer also creates monocoque objects that don’t suffer from the weaknesses found in the “grain” between layers of 3-D objects. The process would also eliminate the need for supporting structures currently required to create some 3D objects.   Cont'd...

Top CNC Control Expands Manufacturing Capabilities

-New Probing Cycle Option for 3D Shapes -Now Available on HEIDENHAIN TNC 640 Control

Team Penske and Stratasys Form Technical Partnership to Bring 3D Printing Competitive Edge to NASCAR and IndyCar Racing

"Stratasys additive manufacturing solutions are being increasingly adopted by the world's top motorsports teams and manufacturers. The engineering-grade quality, high throughput and wide choice of materials our 3D printing solutions provide are a perfect fit for the customized tools and innovative part designs our automotive customers demand."

Electro-Mechanical Assembly Press Technology Moves Li-Ion Battery Manufacturer A Step Closer To Perfection

Promess became involved with the battery manufacturer when the hydraulic presses, originally specified for both the pressing and assembly operations, proved to be unable to deliver the level of consistent process control required.

Fonon Introduces Flexion™ Technology in CleanTech Laser Surface Cleaning Products

Flexion technology provides a distinct advantage over other laser cleaning systems on the market. Flexion technology allows CleanTech to remove rust, paint, anodization, and other surface materials in areas that are typically difficult to reach. Most other systems are statically positioned which limits the laser cleaning ability to only the static path of the trajectory beam.

Exechon, LLC Introduces New Robotic Manufacturing System XMini at IDEX 2017

Advanced Manufacturing Tool is 'Made in the UAE'

ATI Showcases New Products and Solutions at Automate 2017

Visit ATI at Booth #N-1621, April 3-6, McCormick Place, Chicago, IL

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Russell Finex - Reclaiming and recycling additive manufacturing powders

Russell Finex - Reclaiming and recycling additive manufacturing powders

The Russell AMPro Sieve Station™ guarantees the quality of your additive manufacturing (AM) powder, and has been designed to provide optimum sieving efficiency, ensuring your powder is ready for use or reuse as and when you require it. With a simple one-button operation and mobile design, this automated check screener ensures your powder at every stage of the process is qualified for use quickly and safely. The flexibility of the Russell AMPro Sieve Station™ means you can use the system for numerous powder handling tasks - being a modular design ensures the machine can be configured to meet your exact requirements.