High Speed 3D Printing

  • LACE by Jenny Wu teams up with 3DEO to created 3D printed chain-link bracelet using 3DEO’s proprietary Intelligent Layering technology.

    LACE by Jenny Wu is teaming up with the additive manufacturing company, 3DEO, to release ‘Link’ – a new 3D printed chain-link bracelet that combines LACE’s innovative jewelry design with 3DEO’s proprietary Intelligent Layering technology. The design of Link completely reinvents traditional chain link manufacturing techniques – as each link…

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  • Nupress brings SPEE3D's cold spray technology to Australian manufacturers through a unique subscription-based model.

    SPEE3D’s WarpSPEE3D printer is set to be hosted at the Nupress headquarters in Australia – allowing local Australian manufacturers and businesses to access the machine through a subscription without having to lease or purchase it. This unique subscription-based model will provide Nupress’s existing clients in the mining, building, aerospace, defense,…

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  • How Raise3D is leading the adoption of High Speed FFF 3D printing solutions. With speeds 3.8x faster than the average professional printer.

    Recently, just before Formnext 2022, Raise3D released its Hyper Speed Upgrade for its Pro3 Series 3D printers – enabling a printing speed on average 3.8x faster than the current best professional printer available on the market, thanks to a newly developed active vibration cancellation algorithm based on the famous open-source…

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  • Titomic launches new D623 cold spray system. The company has already received two purchase orders totaling ~AUD 270,000.

    Titomic, a global cold spray additive manufacturing technology company with primary applications in aerospace and defense, has recently developed a new product – the Titomic D623 medium-pressure cold spray system, for which the company has already received two purchase orders, totaling ~AUD 270,000. The new D623 further extends Titomic’s product…

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  • SPEE3D introduces XSPEE3D. The all-in-one containerized metal 3D printer was designed based on collaboration with the Australian Army.

    SPEE3D, the maker of some of the world’s fastest metal 3D printers, has unveiled its XSPEE3D printer – a containerized, ruggedized, and deployable cold-spray metal 3D printer that provides all of the necessary functions to print metal parts, from anywhere, in just minutes. XSPEE3D was designed based on extensive fieldwork…

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  • 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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  • 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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  • Geeetech launches its high-speed THUNDER FDM 3D printer. Available via Kickstarter in early September, for $399.

    According to Geeetech, many consumer FDM printers, that are currently available on the market, are quite slow – which is the angle the company is using when marketing its new THUNDER high-speed 3D printer, which is expected to launch by early September, on Kickstarter (for early birds). Geeetech’s THUNDER 3D…

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  • Rutgers researchers create faster and more precise 3D printing process. Known as Multiplexed Fused Filament Fabrication, or MF3.

    Researchers at Rutgers School of Engineering have created a way to 3D print large and complex parts at a fraction of the cost of current methods. The new approach, called Multiplexed Fused Filament Fabrication (MF3), uses a single gantry, the sliding structure on a 3D printer, to print individual or…

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  • Impact Innovations' CSAM process demonstrated for Ti-6Al-4V. The unique Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing uses N2 as propelling gas.

    Impact Innovations’ Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing technology (CSAM) is particularly attractive for the manufacturing of large parts, which are challenging for today’s powder bed fusion-based 3D printing processes, due to equipment size limitations, or protective atmosphere necessity – especially when depositing reactive materials such as Ti-6Al-4V. In CSAM, up to…

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