High Speed 3D Printing

  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Titomic Kinetic Fusion to provide radiation shielding for Alpha satellites. Fleet Space's Alpha satellites are expected to launch in 2023.

    Titomic is set to create radiation shielding for Fleet Space’s first Alpha satellites in 2023. The South Australian company’s satellites are expected to be the world’s first fully additively manufactured satellites. Titomic will use its Titomic Kinetic Fusion technology, a cold spray additive manufacturing and coating process which allows deposition…

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  • Sciaky's EBAM surpasses 40 lbs. (18.14 kg) of titanium/hour. The highest deposition rate in the world for industrial metal 3D printing.

    Sciaky, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, Inc., and a leading provider of metal additive manufacturing solutions, has reported that its Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) technology process has deposited 40 lbs. (18.14 kg) of titanium per hour – the highest deposition rate in the world for industrial metal…

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  • Intersecting light beams used to 3D print entire layers at a time. QUT researchers have used two different colors of light to control chemical

    QUT’s Centre for Materials Science interdisciplinary research team have used intersecting light beams to control chemical reactions in advanced materials and 3D print entire layers at a time. The team, from QUT’s School of Chemistry and Physics, consisting of Dr. Sarah Walden, Leona Rodrigues, Dr. Jessica Alves, Associate Professor James…

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