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EUROCEMENT and Specavia Partner to Massively Upscale Construction 3D Printing

The largest producer of building materials in the CIS (the Commonwealth of former Soviet Republics) – the  EUROCEMENT group holding and Specavia (AMT-SPETSAVIA), a world-leading developer and manufacturer of professional 3D equipment for the construction industry formed a official cooperation to develop new materials optimized for construction 3D printing and further …

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EnvisionTEC Aria Introduces the Next Gen of Premium Entry-Level 3D Printers

EnvisionTEC kicks off the holiday season by unveiling EnvisionTEC Aria, a new generation of entry-level desktop 3D printers that deliver reliable, premium performance. Priced at $6,999, Aria top quality surface finish and accuracy. Built on EnvisionTEC’s long-trusted Micro platform for professional 3D printer users, Aria features high-quality components and patented firmware …

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ANSYS Acquires Additive Manufacturing Simulation Leader 3DSIM

ANSYS, a global leader and innovator of engineering simulation software, announced today that it has acquired 3DSIM, the developer of premier additive manufacturing simulation technology. The acquisition of additive manufacturing simulation leader 3DSIM gives ANSYS the industry’s only complete additive manufacturing simulation workflow. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Additive manufacturing is …

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TuPOD Windform XT 2.0 3D Printed TubeSat Deployer Successfully Completes Mission

Small satellites provide a responsive alternative to larger, more expensive satellites. As demand grows, engineers must adapt these “nanosatellites” or CubeSats to provide new achievements and goals. One of these achievements is deploying a TubeSat from the International Space Station (ISS). TubeSats are cylindrical and are not compatible with normal …

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