Winners of 2020 Formnext Start-up Challenge Impress with Automated Designs, New Materials, and Optimized PostProcessing

For the sixth time, the international Formnext Start-up Challenge has recognized young companies from the world of additive manufacturing for their innovative business ideas and cutting-edge technical developments. Five outstanding start-ups managed to win over this year’s jury with their innovations: Addiguru (USA), AM Flow Read More »

Formnext Connect: Worldwide Leading Exhibitors from Entire AM Process Chain, New Products and Networking – All in One Place

Although Formnext is fully online this year, it will still be the leading international marketplace for innovations in additive manufacturing and intelligent production, and represents the ideal platform for making new business contacts this November. In the guise of Formnext Connect, the exhibition will feature, Read More »

Amsterdam Based Startup MX3D, ABB and Altair Present Their 3D Printed Optimized Robot Arm

Generative Design Customization + WAAM Printed Amsterdam, 8 July, 2020 – Metal 3D printing company MX3D has printed an optimized industrial robot arm, designed by engineers at Altair for a robot supplied by ABB. This project is an application of large-scale 3D metal printing for Read More »

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“Geometry and Material in Harmony”

The theme for this year’s “purmundus challenge” international competition for design in 3D and 4D printing is “Geometry and Material in Harmony” Industry is currently moving rapidly towards a “made-to-order” future. Not in order to merely revise predominant concepts, but to develop individual, tailored concepts Read More »

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Formnext 2020 Still Going Ahead

Planning continues with an updated health concept and added virtual offerings At the present time, Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH still expects Formnext to go ahead in Frankfurt as scheduled from 10 – 13 November 2020. The exhibition organizer is working with all possible urgency on a concept Read More »

Formnext: High Registration Figures – A Positive Sign for the Entire Industry

As the world attempts to get a handle on the coronavirus pandemic, we have seen restrictions imposed on public life including a large-scale move toward working from home or, where this is not possible, shift work, as well as numerous cancellations of events. Everyone has Read More »

Automated, Industrial Post Processing for HP Multi Jet Fusion Components: HP and Rösler Sign Cooperation Agreement

For the Formnext exhibition AM Solutions, Rösler group’s brand name for all activities around additive manufacturing, and HP announced a contractually fixed cooperation agreement covering the development of new equipment solutions in the field of automated post processing of 3D printed components. By jointly leveraging Read More »

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I AM Tomorrow Challenge: DSM and Ecosystem Partners Present Digital Platform for Additive Manufacturing

Start-ups and partners in six-month challenge introduce digital workflow to boost adoption of additive manufacturing through digital design & simulation Geleen, The Netherlands, 5 December 2019 – Royal DSM, a global science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, recently presented a digital platform for Read More »

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Formnext Wins m+a Award

Formnext, the world’s leading trade fair for additive manufacturing and the next generation of intelligent industrial production, was presented with the new m+a Award in the “Newcomer” category at a ceremony held in Frankfurt am Main on 2 December 2019. Decisive for the award were Read More »

Nanoscribe’s 3D Microfabrication Systems Enable Rapid Small Series Production

At Formnext, the leading additive manufacturing conference and trade fair, Nanoscribe presents high-precision 3D printing capabilities for small series production of components in the millimeter scale Nanoscribe offers advanced printing solutions with the Photonic Professional GT2 3D printer to fabricate millimeter-sized parts of 10 to Read More »

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