3D Printing Processes

  • First 20 commercial VLM systems to be shipped by BCN3D in Spring 2023. These elite customers will be the first to acquire these systems.

    Earlier this year, BCN3D Technologies announced that its strive for innovation had led its 3D printing experts to never-before-seen 3D printing technology, using high viscosity resins. Developed over the last three years, the patented Viscous Lithography Manufacturing (VLM) provoked mass interest worldwide, with more than 500 companies registering to become…

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  • High velocity 'Phaser' nozzle from SPEE3D. Using compressed air, or nitrogen, to deposit material 4x faster than the speed of sound.

    SPEE3D, the maker of some of the world’s fastest metal 3D printers, has launched its high velocity ‘Phaser nozzle’, a new, ultra-high-energy nozzle designed to work with a wider range of hard phase materials – with a significant increase in deposition velocity. SPEE3D’s cold spray metal 3D printers are already…

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  • InssTek, a metal DED technology developer based in Daejeon, South Korea, succeeded in manufacturing a multi-material Functionaly Grade Material, or FGM, rocket nozzle using different metals (aluminum-bronze alloy and stainless steel) in a single print run. This application proves that aerospace components used in extreme environments can be made using…

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  • FreeFoam, a heat-expandable, 3D printable resin from Desktop Metal. Producing durable, dimensionally accurate, closed-cell foam parts.

    Desktop Metal has just unveiled FreeFoam, a new family of photopolymer resins that produces durable, and dimensionally accurate, closed-cell foam parts without tooling – delivering never-before-seen benefits for the automotive, furnishing, footwear, sporting goods, health care, and other industries. FreeFoam, and examples of its application, such as 3D printed automotive…

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  • Norbert J. Kott, US Army DEVCOM-GVSC Materials, Additive Manufacturing (Detroit Arsenal, Warren, MI) reports in an article that appeared on the SME’s website that they US Army is working with LFAM 3D printer manufacturers Ingersoll (part of the Camozzi Group) and Virginia-based MELD Manufacturing on the Jointless Hull project. Goal…

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  • Paul Maloney has been named as SPEE3D’s new Chief Sales Officer. Maloney will be based out of the company’s Boston headquarters and will be responsible for leading the global sales team to execute the company’s growth strategy worldwide. Maloney has more than 20 years of experience in the manufacturing, engineering…

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  • New Sapphire XC 1MZ enables metal 3D printing up to 1m in height. Velo3D's large-format printer's build volume is 9x larger than the original

    Velo3D, a leading metal additive manufacturing technology company for mission-critical parts, has added the new Sapphire XC 1MZ large-format printer to its Sapphire family of printers. The Sapphire XC 1MZ printer allows customers to print parts up to one meter in height – with a total build volume twice the…

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  • EVO 3D and CEAD offer customized pellet 3D printer package. Particularly for end-part applications for design and recreational purposes.

    EVO 3D is set to offer CEADs technology components as part of one of their customized pellet 3D printer packages. The partnership will mainly be geared towards end-part applications for design and recreational purposes, particularly in the UK. EVO 3D, a UK-based provider of 3D printing solutions, offers a broad…

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  • Large stretch form tool created using AM technology. In an effort between Spirit AeroSystems, Inc., Thermwood Corporation, and Techmer PM.

    A collaborative effort between Spirit AeroSystems, Inc., Techmer PM, and Thermwood Corporation, has produced what is believed to be the largest stretch form tool ever to be 3D printed. At 6.5 feet wide by 15 feet long, the tool project has stretched the capabilities of additive technology in several directions. It…

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  • Eight new microprinting resins released by Microlight3D. Widening the scope for mechanical meta-materials and life sciences researchers.

    Microlight3D, a specialty manufacturer of high-resolution, micro-scale 2D and 3D printing systems for industrial and scientific applications, has launched eight new resins, with diverse properties, for mechanical meta-materials and life sciences applications. The range of resins is flexible, rigid, and biocompatible, and creates opportunities for developers to explore 3D microprinting…

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