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3D Printing News

14
Jun

EnvisionTEC Unveils Cost-Saving Consumable Product Line for Large-Frame 3D Printers

This is an affordable Field-Stretchable Assembly (FSA) and value pack of high-quality FSA films for use with some models of its 3SP printers. That includes popular models such as the 3Dent and Ultra that previously shipped with a Pre-Stretched Assembly or PSA.

13
Jun

Rapid 3D Appointed Authorised EOS e-Manufacturing Solutions Provider for SADC Region

Rapid 3D have been appointed the official agents for EOS e-Manufacturing Solutions for the SADC region.

We’ve also been developing a “Design for Additive Manufacturing” (DfAM) workshop to help engineers, product designers and factory managers come to grips with the skills required, when designing for Additive Manufacturing.

12
Jun

A Ceramic 3D Printing Breakthrough

The resulting material can withstand ultrahigh temperatures in excess of 1700°C and exhibits strength ten times higher than similar materials.

Previously, The extremely high melting point of many ceramics adds challenges to additive manufacturing as compared with metals and polymers. But now, the invented preceramic monomers are cured with ultraviolet light in a stereolithography 3D printer forming 3D polymer structures that can have complex shape and cellular architecture. These polymer structures can be pyrolyzed to a ceramic with uniform shrinkage and virtually no porosity by heating.

8
Jun

Additive manufacturing is disrupting traditional industrial technology

The vast industry that has sprung up around this latter type of “non-chairside restoration” is a complex and exacting business. After all, no two people’s teeth are the same and every type and extent of tooth damage is unique to the individual. Many such restorations performed today still use lost-wax technology that has barely changed in 100 years.

7
Jun

Watch how EOS machines print Direct Parts!

The strengths of Additive Manufacturing lie in those areas where conventional manufacturing reaches its limitations. It enables a design-driven manufacturing process – where design determines production and not the other way around.

6
Jun

EnvisionTEC Unveils Seven New Materials for Industrial and Medical 3D Printers

Today unveils its first-ever line of research-grade materials for its 3D-Bioplotter Series printers as well as three new engineering-grade materials for industrial customers.

With the broadest portfolio of additive manufacturing technologies in the world, EnvisionTEC is already recognized as having one of the most diverse portfolios of 3D printing materials on the market, including materials approved in the United States and Europe for medical use in the body. In all, EnvisionTEC now offers more than 170 materials, which come in a range of functionalities and colors.

6
Jun

Zortrax M200 has 3D printed a human skull in Z-ULTRAT!

Zortrax put their best efforts into delivering reliable and user-friendly tools so that a user could focus solely on a project without wasting precious time and energy on making adjustments. This human skull model is the first step into proving the potential of applying 3D printing technology to medicine

6
Jun

EnvisionTEC High-Speed Continuous 3D Printers Get Fresh Look

To celebrate how different and exciting our high-speed printing technology is, we’re also unveiling a fresh new look for our 3D printers powered by Continuous Digital Light Manufacturing (cDLM) technology.

We launched the Micro cDLM in 2016 at the JCK Las Vegas jewelry show, for our loyal customers who have relied on our 3D printers for 15 years. Today, jewelers can 3D print 5-7 custom ring patterns for customers in 15 minutes or less, helping them close sales faster.

5
Jun

EnvisionTEC Unveils 4G Perfactory 3D Printer with Groundbreaking Performance

EnvisionTEC’s P4 LED Standard XL will be unveiled at RAPID + TCT, the premier event for 3D manufacturing in North America. The company also will be celebrating its 15th anniversary and showcasing other machine and material innovations in booth 1813.

5
Jun

3D Print Design Competition at the annual (RAPDASA) conference 2017.

The competition is aimed at encouraging designers, engineers & artists to use the latest technology, to promote awareness of Additive Manufacturing (AM)and attempts to gauge the country’s capability to design and engineer for AM.

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