Looking for Smart Combinations of 3D Printing Technology: purmundus challenge at formnext 2017

  The purmundus challenge 2017 now has a theme: “Fusion – 3D printing intelligently combined”. This competition is once again teaming up with formnext powered by tct to invite the creative minds out there to enrich our lives with their ideas for innovative 3D-printed products. Read More »

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3D Printing: A Key Technology for the Experts of Tomorrow

EOS Academia programme promotes 3D printing at universities and research institutions London, August 9, 2017 – EOS, the world’s leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, is expanding its Academia programme to promote powder-based 3D printing at universities Read More »

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ETH Zürich – Testing a Soft Artificial Heart

By Franziska Schmid | ETH News ETH researchers from the Functional Materials Laboratory have developed a silicone heart that beats almost like a human heart. In collaboration with colleagues from the Product Development Group Zurich, they have tested how well it works. It looks like Read More »

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Stratasys Represents 3D Printing as Part of Prestigious ‘Future Lab’ at Goodwood Festival of Speed in UK

Lord March, founder of Goodwood Festival of Speed, invites Stratasys to represent the latest advances in 3D printing alongside other technological innovations The event’s trophy handed to the winners onsite, designed by Nick Ervinck and 3D printed by Stratasys MINNEAPOLIS & REHOVOT, Israel — June Read More »

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Eviation Aircraft Developing All-Electric Commuter Plane with Stratasys 3D Printing to Make Short Flights Affordable and Eco Friendly

Electric aircraft manufacturer, Eviation Aircraft, is using Stratasys 3D printing to accelerate its R&D process for everything from prototyping to tooling and evaluation of production parts Eviation Aircraft has saved several hundreds of thousands of dollars and months of workforce hours with Stratasys 3D printing Read More »

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Advanced Micro-Optics: Additive Manufacturing Overcomes Design Constraints

Photonic Professional GT sets benchmarks in microfabrication   Eggenstein- Leopoldshafen- June 19, 2017- The German company Nanoscribe develops and produces high-precision 3D printing solutions enabling research and industry to innovate by additive manufacturing. Previously, the resolution and precision that is needed in the fabrication of Read More »

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Boom Supersonic and Stratasys Sign Technical Partnership to Improve the Speed of Development for Supersonic Aircraft With 3D Printing

Three-year agreement to enable Boom to leverage FDM-based 3D printing for production-grade aircraft parts and advanced composite tooling on their path to transform air travel Additive manufacturing facilitates rapid development and cost efficient production of specialized tools and flight parts for Boom to engineer inaugural, Read More »

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Nano Dimension, in Collaboration with Semplastics, Receives Grant to Develop Unique Materials to Build 3D Low Density and High Thickness Ceramic Objects for Space Applications

  NESS ZIONA, Israel- June 15, 2017 – Nano Dimension Ltd., a leader in the field of 3D printed electronics (NASDAQ, TASE: NNDM), announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Nano Dimension Technologies Ltd., has received a budget from the Israel Innovation Authority which will be used Read More »

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TNSC and LPW Announce Strategic Alliance for AM Metal Powder

  Runcorn, UK, 14 June 2017: Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation and LPW Technology Ltd, today announced a strategic alliance to drive the adoption of AM into the production environment. Taiyo Nippon Sanso is one of the world’s largest suppliers of industrial, specialty, and electronic gases. Read More »

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Exclusive – Stratasys Direct Manufacturing at the Forefront of Additive Manufacturing in Medicine

  Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, based in Valencia, California, and a division of Stratasys, provided 3D printed brain, skull and aneurysm models to the St. Louis University Department of Neurological Surgery in support of a recent study to quantify how advanced manufacturing technologies, like additive manufacturing, Read More »

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