Royal DSM-Getting a Grip on Technology

Todd Herremans, a NFL offensive guard for the Philadelphia Eagles, is no newcomer to working out. He trains rigorously to maintain top physical form and is always looking for ways to improve his work-outs. To improve hand strength and dexterity, Todd started squeezing softballs and found Read More »

Spyder Grips designed by Eagle Design using Somos® NanoTool (Photo courtesy of DSM)

DSM Introduces Somos® PerFORM for 3D Printing

by DSM Royal DSM, the global Life Sciences and Materials Sciences company, introduces Somos® PerFORM, the latest composite material for 3D Printing, answering the need for parts that require thermal stability, extreme accuracy and a quick turnaround. Users can achieve maximum accuracy and detail with a Read More »

Somos® PerFORM part (Photo courtesy of DSM)

DSM Wins Patent Opposition Appeal Impacting Stereolithography Development

by DSM Royal DSM, the global Life Sciences and Materials Sciences Company, has won an appeal regarding the opposition of patent EP1232198, titled, UV Curable Compositions at the European Patent Office Board of Appeal in Munich, Germany on January 17, 2014. This patent, currently assigned Read More »

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NSF-The Engineering Behind Additive Manufacturing and the 3-D Printing Revolution

By National Science Foundation (NSF) While 3-D pens and printers are enjoyed by students, artists and makers, innovative American companies are using similar equipment to manufacture aerospace, automotive and medical technologies. The number of technologies customized and created using additive manufacturing processes is growing each Read More »

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ORNL-Group Shows How It’s Done, One Layer at a Time

by ORNL, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Things have come a long way since the mid-1980s when 3D Systems cofounder Chuck Hull worked out the technology to print objects in three dimensions, one very thin layer at a time. Hull called his new technology “stereolithography.” In Read More »

ORNL Metal Powder Additively Manufactured Parts

Materialise-The Areion by Formula Group T: The World’s First 3D Printed Race Car

by Materialise How fast can 3D Printing (and stereolithography in particular) go? The answer, according to the 2012 Formula Group T team, is – more than 140 km/h! Competing in the prestigious Formula Student 2012 challenge, a 16-man strong team of next-generation engineers from Group Read More »

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