Multi-material 3D printing

  • igus releases new igumid P190 3D printing filament. Suitable for structural components and connecting elements for cable carriers

    Motion plastics specialist, igus, has recently developed igumid P190 – a new filament for 3D printing that is highly rigid and durable thanks to its reinforced carbon fiber. The material is suitable for structural components and connecting elements for cable carriers, as well as for 2-component 3D printing in combination…

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  • InnovationLab achieves breakthrough in printed circuit board AM. The copper-based, solderable circuits are screen printed..

    InnovationLab, a specialist in printed electronics “from lab to fab”, has achieved a breakthrough in additive manufacturing of printed circuit boards (PCBs) – helping meet higher environmental standards for electronics production while also reducing costs. Within the research project ‘SmartEEs2’, funded by Horizon 2020, InnovationLab and its partner, ISRA, have…

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  • FrAMEwork platform launched by J.A.M.E.S. The first active community for additively manufactured electronics (AME).

    J.A.M.E.S., or ‘Jetted Additively Manufactured Electronics Sources’, has launched its FrAMEwork platform, globally, to bring together the growing community of designers of Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME). This joint venture – between HENSOLDT and Nano Dimension – was founded to advance the development of AME through a collaborative space that delivers…

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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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