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Published: 1/2/2018

3D Printing Start-Up Competes with Injection Molding
A year-old company is devoted to large-scale custom 3D printing at prices competitive with injection molding to 20,000 parts.

Published: 12/27/2017

3D Printing Achieves ‘Break-Even’ Point Versus Injection Molding at 110,000 Parts
HP’s new high-productivity 3D printing machine, and its expanding range of powder materials sources and types, help drive down part costs.

Published: 11/15/2017

BASF, Xaar Collaborate On Industrialization Of Photopolymer Jetting
BASF 3D Printing Solutions and Xaar seek partners for jointly developing 3D printing machinery.

Published: 9/5/2017

Large-Scale 3D Printing Venture Competes with Injection Molding
With 160 FDM printers, a Brooklyn startup offers part runs up to 10,000 units—and soon perhaps 100,000—at prices competitive with injection molding.

Published: 9/5/2017

HP & Deloitte Form Alliance to Promote 3D Printing in Large-Scale Manufacturing
Partners to promote “digital transformation” among large manufacturers with HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology.

Published: 8/31/2017

New 3D Printers at NYC Show
Affordability, speed, and improved mechanical properties appeal to early adopters.

Published: 6/27/2017

Medical Molder Sweats the Small Stuff to Deliver Big Results
Embracing lean manufacturing and scientific molding keeps Freudenberg Medical on top of customer demands for defect-free deliveries as it expands into full device manufacturing, 100% automated inspection, and 3D-printed tooling for quicker product l...

Published: 5/24/2017

Three Straight Years of Record Results for Arburg
Arburg marked a third straight year of record turnover with growing contributions from Asia, as well as its newer large-tonnage and all-electric machine offerings.

Published: 4/24/2017

Advances in Molding, 3D Printing At Arburg ‘Technology Days’
Over 6700 visitors saw more than 50 working machinery exhibits highlighting automation, connectivity, and sophisticated processing.

Published: 3/24/2017

Dramatic New Potential for Circuitry Printed on Plastics
Novel nano-silver and nano-copper inks reduce costs and complexity, while opening up new applications.