ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

Additive Manufacturing

PLA for Large-Format Additive Manufacturing

NatureWorks’ new Ingeo 3D700 shown to provide significant reduction in warping, minimizing print failures.  

Additive Manufacturing

3D Printing ‘Veteran’ Materialise Acquires Option to Buy Link3D

Materialise’s potential acquisition to accelerate roadmap to offer cloud-based access to integrated software platform  

Injection Molding

Novel Metal 3D-Printing Technology Optimized for Plastic Tooling

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.
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Additive Manufacturing

Ford Converts 3D Printing Scrap into New, Molded Parts

Ford has collaborated with HP to reuse spent 3D printed powders and parts turning them into injection molded vehicle parts.

Additive Manufacturing

PEEK Filament for Industrial 3D Printing Applications

Evonik’s new Infinam Peek filament launched as a metal replacement for industrial 3D printing applications.

Tooling

Fortify Completes Equity Round

The Boston-based inventor of the Digital Composite Manufacturing (DCM) additive manufacturing technology secured $20 million in funding.

Additive Manufacturing

New Headquarters, Investment for Addifab

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.

Additive Manufacturing

Stratasys Direct, Xometry Team to Deliver High-Performance 3D Printed Parts on Demand

Customers can now purchase high-performance nylon parts produced by Stratasys Direct through Xometry’s marketplace.

Additive Manufacturing

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.   

Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing System Reportedly Revolutionizes 3D Printing

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.