High Speed 3D Printing

  • GE Additive has been working to offer an industrial Binder Jet production solution to delivers quality parts at cost, at scale. The company is reporting that product development is on track and that it will launch its solution in the second half of 2021. As Desktop Metal and ExOne have…

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  • Azul 3D, a leading-edge 3D printing startup, has launched its first commercial product: the LAKE printer. The new system leveraging HARP high-speed photopolymerization technology, promises to support unparalleled throughput speeds and a vast array of materials, representing a new paradigm that will allow manufacturers of industrial, consumer, and automotive goods…

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  • Nexa3D launched its next-generation membrane, the Everlast-2 at RAPID + TCT 2021. The Everlast Membranes are built to improve production print speed on the company’s fast photopolymerization systems. They can also help to improve surface finish and fidelity, with longer functional durability, lasting 50,000 or more printed layers or some…

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  • Northwestern University HARP

    Now it’s official: additive manufacturing industry veteran Tuan TranPham has been named Chief Revenue Officer at Azul 3D, the company marketing the high-speed HARP (High Area Rapid Printing) 3D printing technology. HARP, together with a number of other planar, high-speed production processes such as the more established Carbon DLS, HP…

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  • Essentium has signed a Letter of Intent to acquire Collider, a pioneer of Programmable Tooling, which combines the speed of Digital Light Processing (DLP) 3D printing and the material strength of injection molding. The addition of Collider to the Essentium portfolio will drive new growth paths while enabling manufacturers to…

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  • Penn State University’s latest investment into a LightSPEE3D Cold Spray metal 3D printer will allow the institution to advance its AM capability. The Applied Research Laboratory adopting SPEE3D’s high-speed metal 3D printing technology as the latest tool for new research and development opportunities in the U.S. “Our collaboration with SPEE3D…

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  • Even as the transition to metal and ceramic binder jetting for production has only but begun, it is clear that simply implementing fast binder jetting processes will not be enough to truly cater to production demands. Binder jetting materials and processes still present several challenges and bottlenecks that need to…

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  • Essentium launched the new High-Speed Extrusion (HSE) 280i HT 3D printer, the first independent dual extrusion system (IDEX) designed and developed for the demands of the factory floor. The HSE 280i HT 3D Printer features true independent dual extruders whereby each head is fully independent on both the X and…

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  • DyeMansion released a new Powershot Performance series of additive manufacturing post-processing systems that combines cleaning and surfacing for the first time in one system. The release was broadcast live from DyeMansion’s headquarters in Munich, Germany. The new generation of Powershot systems enhances efficiency while looking ahead to the full-scale implementation…

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  • Last month Stratasys bought Origin and Desktop Metal bought EnvisionTEC. Both acquisitions were not casual. They were strategic decisions made by companies that, for different reasons, had some cash to bet on the next 3D printing growth area and decided to go for high-speed photopolymerization technology: EnvisionTEC’s founder Al Siblani…

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