3D Printing Processes

  • Joseph DeSimone, the univeristy professor behind the success of Carbon’s 3D printing technology, presented the results of a new study conducted by his team at Stanford University which led to a new high-speed, multi-material 3D printing process named iCLIP. The new 3D printing method designed by Stanford engineers promises 5…

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  • iFactory3D introduces One Pro 3D belt printer. Enabling the printing of objects in series, around the clock, and without supervision.

    iFactory3D introduces One Pro 3D belt printer

    German startup, iFactory3D, will present its One Pro 3D belt printer, whose technology has the potential to automate additive manufacturing worldwide, at this year’s Formnext. The One Pro 3D belt printer enables objects to be printed in series around the clock without supervision, thanks to the built-in conveyor belt and…

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  • GA-ASI establishes new AD&M Center of Excellence

    General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI), a world leader in the design and manufacture of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), radars, and electro-optic and related mission systems solutions, has established a new Center of Excellence for its Additive Design and Manufacturing (AD&M). The Center is focused on rapid-reaction manufacturing of GA-ASI’s…

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  • Boston Micro Fabrication opens new BMF Research Institute in San Diego to develop product ideas based on BMF's micro-3D printing platform.

    Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) has opened a new research and development center in San Diego, California. The BMF Research Institute was formed specifically to develop and incubate end-product ideas that are uniquely enabled by BMF’s micro-3D printing platform. Since shipping the first systems in 2018, over 300 of BMF’s micro-3D…

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  • Intrepid Automation introduces its 'Valkyrie' system that uses the company's patented modular DLP technology for scalable production.

    Intrepid Automation, a manufacturing technology company that develops custom, end-to-end solutions for large-scale manufacturing customers using 3D print technology and materials, has launched their ‘Valkyrie’ system – a large-format, industrial-grade, modular tool for manufacturing customers to quickly scale the production of printed patterns, molds, and parts. The Valkyrie system, with…

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  • It has been five years in the making (it should have been four, but the COVID pandemic changed the initial plans). From IMTS 2018 to IMTS 2022, from Stephen Nigro’s first announcement to this year’s official launch: HP Metal Jet technology is here, as the new Metal Jet S100 3D…

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  • University of Pittsburgh acquires Gefertec arc605 printer - the only one in the US to have on-campus access to the 5-axis metal 3D printer.

    Last month, the university of Pittsburgh became the first university in the US to have a Gefertec arc605 on campus. The arc605 is a state-of-the-art, 5-axis metal 3D printer, developed by Gefertec, a 3D printer manufacturer based in Germany. According to Albert To, William Kepler Whiteford Professor in the Swanson…

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  • Velo3D qualifies M300 tool steel for use in Sapphire printers. An ultra-low carbon alloy that delivers very high strength and hardness.

    Velo3D, a leading metal additive manufacturing technology company for mission-critical parts, has qualified M300 tool steel, an ultra-low carbon alloy that delivers very high strength and hardness, for use in Velo3D’s Sapphire printers. Velo3D has already seen extensive interest in the alloy from automotive manufacturers for use in high-pressure die…

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  • DBZ launches AION NX large format hybrid 3D printer

    DBZ (Divide by Zero Technologies), one of India’s leading 3D Printer manufacturers, has launched AION NX, the next frontier in large format hybrid 3D printing. The AION NX system addresses the needs of pattern and mold makers, large component manufacturers of the automobile, defense, aerospace, and innovators in the Research…

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  • On the wings of the HERON

    As extrusion LFAM technologies continue to grow in adoption, with larger machines, improved capabilities and ever more powerful tools, CARACOL AM, a company that has been at the forefront of this revolution since it began, is ready to take flight towards an entirely new phase of its growth, on the…

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