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HRL Tells All About Ceramics AM Development for NASA and Commercial Space Apps

For more than 60 years, HRL’s scientists and engineers have been on the leading edge of technology, conducting pioneering research, providing real-world technology solutions, and advancing the state of the art. The firm continues to be recognized as one of the world’s premier physical science and engineering research laboratories. Research collaborations with …

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Tethon3D CEO Karen Linder Discusses Future of High Quality Ceramics 3D Printing

While most high-resolution 3D printing technologies for ceramics remain quite expensive, Tethon 3D has been developing materials and processes which could bring high-quality 3D printed ceramics to more people and market segments than ever before. We caught up with Karen Linder, author, angel investor, entrepreneur, mentor, artist, scientist and also President …

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Oerlikon Installs First Commercial Carmel 1400 Ceramic Inkjet System from XJet

XJet, the additive manufacturing company pioneering NanoParticle JettingTM (NPJ) technology, installed the first commercial XJet Carmel 1400 additive manufacturing (AM) system at citim. citim is a part of the Oerlikon Group and a leading international service provider of additively manufactured parts. With XJet’s Carmel 1400 AM system, Oerlikon is the first company …

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XJet to Launch Breakthrough XJet Carmel AM System Product Line at formnext

XJet is launching its newest, breakthrough XJet Carmel AM System product line – comprising the Carmel 1400 and the Carmel 700 AM systems – at upcoming formnext show in Frankfurt. The company is also announcing an in depth collaboration with its first commercial customer, a very large, European advanced manufacturing …

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Emerging Objects Joins 3D Potter on Revolutionary Potterbot XLS-1 Construction 3D Printer

3D printing innovators, 3D Potter and Emerging Objects, have joined forces to introduce a new innovation in robotic ceramic/paste extrusion additive manufacturing technology. Called the Potterbot XLS-1, the printer represents a huge leap in innovation, with build dimensions and speeds that facilitate llarge-scaleprinting as well as multiple object manufacturing. Its build envelope …

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Taking AM From Niche to Mass Adoption through Effective Continental Trade Shows

IN(3D)USTRY set out to find additive manufacturing solutions to real manufacturing challenges. After two successful editions, the Barcelona congress is closer to reaching its goals From the UK, through Germany, to Barcelona. If the biggest limit to a real, widespread adoption of additive manufacturing is industry awareness, trade shows are …

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SEEM[N]EST Art Installation at Tallinn Biennale Explores 3D Printing with Porous Clay Materials

A team of designers from Studio UnSeen, Tiia Vahula, Ljudmilla Georgijeva, Madis Kaasik, working with Newcastle University Experimental Architecture Group (Rachel Armstrong, Rolf Hughes, Simone Ferracina) built the SEEM[N]EST installation for the Tallinn Architecture Biennale curator exhibition (curated by Claudia Pasquero) to explore 3D printing in clay and how porous …

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