Ideal for 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 polymer around that skeleton.
EOS, HP, Carbon and Essentium give a preview of what to expect from additive manufacturing in 2021.
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.
At Sussex IM, compact cells of side-by-side injection and blow molding machines “assemble” reusable water bottles with insert blow molding and automated transfer, trimming and leak testing.
Wait—isn’t that backwards?
Fast Radius is now the first production partner to add the L1 for general purpose use, which complements their existing lineup of M2 printers and Smart Part Washers.
Initially unveiled in Europe, the new digital manufacturing platform will be coming to the U.S. in early 2021, bringing greater speed and flexibility to quoting of injection molded, CNC machined, and 3D-printed parts.
The additive manufactured Streamrunner hot runner system from Hasco eliminates sharp corners for improved melt flow.
The Somos QuickGen 500 is targeted for functional and general prototyping needs.
These products seek to contribute to help the 3D printing industry to become more circular.
Greg Elfering, president of Ultimaker Americas, discusses the current state of 3D printing and what the future holds.
As part of the collaboration, the new Loctite 3D IND405 Clear material is immediately available to Carbon customers.
HP’s Digital Manufacturing Trend Report finds that companies are increasingly investing in advanced 3D printing solutions that provide the agility, speed, and flexibility necessary to grow their business.
Metalworking shops and plastics plants make for interesting comparisons of their responses to the COVID-19 challenge.
Over half of survey respondents plan to invest up to $100,000 in 3D printing technologies next year.
Developed in conjunction with Braskem.