Ford has collaborated with HP to reuse spent 3D printed powders and parts turning them into injection molded vehicle parts.
Evonik’s new Infinam Peek filament launched as a metal replacement for industrial 3D printing applications.
The Boston-based inventor of the Digital Composite Manufacturing (DCM) additive manufacturing technology secured $20 million in funding.
A new company called Mantle offers 3D printing equipment and materials that boast unique suitability for producing injection mold components, overcoming limitations of other printing methods.
New Class of Photoplastics for SLA 3D Printing of Durable Prototypes, Tooling, Functional End-Use Parts
Nexa3D and Henkel have announced availability of three functional photopolymers with extended UV weathering stability.
The Inkbit Additive Manufacturing system is said to feature first-of-its-kind closed-loop feedback control, multi-material printing capabilities, and exceptionally-low cost-per-part for final part.
Stratasys’ new FDM ABS-CF10 is the first thermoplastic composite material for its line of F123 Series 3D printers which combine FDM technology with design-to-print GrabCAD print software.
Available through thermoplastics distributor M.Holland, this is the first time Braskem’s PP 3D printing filament spools are targeted to all consumers via e-commerce.
Team of researchers led by University of Glasgow combined polyolefins with multiwall carbon nanotubes to come up with a new plate-lattice cellular ‘metamaterial’ with impressive impact resistance.
AGC Chemicals says resins infused with new Solesphere fine silica gels improve product quality, performance and processing efficiencies for all three major 3D printing processes.
Addifab, the Danish supplier of Freeform Injection Molding (FIM) technology, raised $6.3 million in its latest investment round and moved to a new, larger headquarters near Copenhagen.
Many in the manufacturing world experienced first-hand how agile and efficient 3D printing is when companies began to print products to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Custom molder EVCO expanded its 3D printing capabilities during this time to help produce parts quickly.
Suited to use in automotive and microelectronic applications, these light-curing epoxy resins have been optimized specifically for industrial 3D printing applications.
This new concept 3D prints a metallic endoskeleton and then injection molds a special polymer around that skeleton.
EOS, HP, Carbon and Essentium give a preview of what to expect from additive manufacturing in 2021.
The purpose of the PolySLS project was to develop and test a new styrene based polymer compound for Selective Laser Sintering (SLS).
The companies are working to develop 3D printing selective laser sintering solutions (SLS) for implants and other medical devices.
The Danish company’s novel additive manufacturing technology that prints dissolvable injection mold inserts from a UV-cured resin had a busy finish to 2020.
The acquisition is expected to close in January 2021.