3D Printing

EOS and Under Armour develop 3D printing footwear

EOS and Under Armour announced a strategic new partnership at the formnext trade fair in Frankfurt, Germany. Sharing the same innovative vision to advance commercial 3D printed footwear, the two organizations will jointly work to scale…

Stratasys debuts next-generation 3D-printed medical models

3D printing technology pioneer Stratasys introduced BioMimics, which provides highly realistic, functionally accurate 3D-printed replicas of complex anatomical structures. Available as a service through Stratasys Direct Manufacturing in North America, BioMimics empowers more effective…

Skorpion Engineering accelerates development of luxury car prototypes by 50%

Additive technology provider Stratasys Ltd. has delivered the tools to specialist automotive service bureau Skorpion Engineering enabling it to produce complex automotive prototypes 50% faster than would be achievable through traditional methods employing…

BASF and BigRep set to partner to develop industrial 3D printing materials

The global chemical company BASF and BigRep, the Berlin-based technology start-up, have announced the two companies are set to form a partnership to jointly develop industrial 3D printing materials. The imminent strategic alliance…

3D print molded parts with the Collider Orchid

Here’s a new way to use the capabilities of 3D printing. This machine uses DLP 3D printing technology to create a hollow shell mold, which is then injected with a plastic material or…

Moldex3D introduces Constellium aluminium materials Alumold to material database

CoreTech System Co. (Moldex3D), a supplier of injection molding simulation solutions, announced the addition of Alumold to its mold material database. Moldex3D material database now offers:  Alumold 500 ROLLED, Alumold 500 FORGED, Alumold 400 and…

Ricoh boosts productivity by replacing metal tools with 3D-printed lightweight tools

Japanese office automation equipment manufacturer Ricoh Industries is replacing traditional metal tooling with customized, lightweight 3D printed jigs and fixtures for its Production Technology Center assembly line – improving manufacturing efficiency while minimizing…

Open Mind Technologies will present HyperMill Maxx Machining and other new CAM software solutions

Open Mind Technologies will present at EMO 2017 HyperMill Maxx Machining and other new CAM software solutions. Maxx Machining provides strategies for roughing, finishing and drilling, covering machining functions including 2.5D through five-axis milling and…

Interactive Robogami: designing custom robots in a matter of minutes

Even as robots become increasingly common across different parts of our world, they remain incredibly difficult to make. From designing and modeling to fabricating and testing, the process is slow and costly: even…

Cikoni develops hybrid process for 3D printing with carbon fibers

Germany company Cikoni has developed an additive manufacturing technology dubbed AdditiveCARBON that allows the realization of hybrid structures by means of a fully automated manufacturing approach in which the carbon fiber reinforcement directly…

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