Anvil Technology Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Bring the Maker Community an Accessible 3D Printer with Intuitive User Experience
The Anvil 3D auto-loading printer uses a simple modeling software, remote control and iPad app to make 3D printing easier for all
Elysium to Release CADfeature 14.0 - Support for Associative Drawings in SOLIDWORKS Developed with Dassault Systèmes' SOLIDWORKS API Team
To answer the demands from Dassault Systèmes' SOLIDWORKS users, Elysium has enhanced the CADfeature product family to include the support for associative drawing creation in SOLIDWORKS.
Hawk Ridge Systems Partners with 3D Systems to Deliver Professional and Affordable 3D Printer Solutions to the Workplace
ProJet MJP 2500 and ProJet MJP 2500 Plus now available from Hawk Ridge Systems.
From Brian Benchoff at Hackaday: MakerBot is not dead, but it is connected to life support waiting for a merciful soul to pull the plug. This week, MakerBot announced it would lay off its entire manufacturing force, outsourcing the manufacturing of all MakerBot printers to China. A few weeks ago, Stratasys, MakerBot’s parent company, released their 2015 financial reports, noting MakerBot sales revenues have fallen precipitously. The MakerBot brand is now worth far less than the $400 Million Stratasys spent to acquire it. MakerBot is a dead company walking, and it is very doubtful MakerBot will ever be held in the same regard as the heady days of 2010. How did this happen? The most common explanation of MakerBot’s fall from grace is that Stratasys gutted the engineering and goodwill of the company after acquiring it. While it is true MakerBot saw its biggest problems after the acquisition from Stratasys, the problems started much earlier... (full article) (fist hand account from Isaac Anderson)
EOS, Leader in Industrial 3D-Printing Technology, Expands U.S. Presence with Opening of New Facility in Texas
Pflugerville site reflects company's regional and global growth, broadens customer support throughout North America
Fast-growing 3D design marketplace joins 3D printing pioneer
MLC CAD Systems Drills Down into Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing with Unprecedented Display at OTC 2016
MLC CAD Systems unveiled a unique and unprecedented display exhibit to kick off OTC 2016.
Key component of 3D Systems' end-to-end software solutions integrating traditional and advanced manufacturing Builds on the revolutionary Universal Kinematic Machine (UKM) previously released in GibbsCAM 2015
Rising Media's Inside 3D Printing Sydney to Explore 3D Printing Applications in Manufacturing, Healthcare & Medicine, Education, & More
Now in its third edition in Australia, Inside 3D Printing is the largest professional global conference series dedicated to exploring business applications in the 3D ecosystem. This is the series' first year in Sydney, following events in 2014 and 2015 in Melbourne.
Lucas Mearian for ComputerWorld: Disney Research has filed a patent for a 3D printing technology that uses high-intensity light to harden photo-sensitive resin in a single process, removing the need for layer-by-layer printing. The patent describes a machine for printing in "a nearly instantaneous manner." "Presently, 3D printing is extremely slow and time consuming. For example, it may take several hours to print a single 3D object even if the 3D object is relatively small (e.g., several inches in diameter and four to 12 inches tall)," Disney stated in its patent filing. "The 3D printing process that uses conventional 3D printers ... is limited in its speed by the speed of the mechanism moving the print head to each new position on a print layer." Cont'd...
progeCAD 2017 takes another step forward presenting the new version based on the entirely rewritten source code with the new up-to-date Ribbon look, improved performance, native 64-bit and multi-core support.
IDO LECHNER for PSFK: Watching an object being 3D-printed is a spectacle to behold; the speed at which intricate geometries unfold before your eyes is enough for anyone to reckon that this is the future of manufacturing. While both consumer-grade models and more advanced versions are capable of whipping up objects made from different materials, each with their own aesthetic and subsequent properties, the scale of what can be fabricated is entirely based on the size of the printer at use. For this reason, a research team based out of Siemens’ Corporate Technology’s Princeton campus has developed mobile 3D printers in the shape of spiders, which are both autonomous and capable of working in sync to expedite the printing process. PSFK spoke with Siemens’ Director of R&D of Engineering Livio Dalloro on why the team decided to shape their printers like spiders, the implications such a technique might have on the industry, and how Siemens sees the device unfolding in the foreseeable future. Cont'd...
First place in the Art and Architecture category is the Underwater Hotel submitted by Zachary Trippodo; Fairfield Ludlowe High School, Fairfield, CT, USA
If you are new to the 3D printing industry, don't rush to buy the least expensive printer. Some of these might be too simple for your manufacturing requirements and lack some important features like print bed auto-calibration or Wi-Fi connectivity.
Highly complex and individualized production and components with completely new forms and functionalities to be showcased; Additive-generative manufacturing holds enormous potential for industrial production
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TX2 robots: redefining performance by offering collaborative safety and high performance in a single machine. These pioneering robots can be used in all areas, including sensitive and restrictive environments, thanks to their unique features. Safety functions are easy and inexpensive to implement. They allow a higher level of interactions between robots and human operators, while still guaranteeing protection of your people, production and investment.