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Automotive Parts Manufacturer Turns to OMNI3D 3D Printer for €370K Savings and 13 Week Cut in Lead Time

Thanks to additive manufacturing,POLGAR KFT, a Hungarian manufacturer of parts for the automotive industry, saved €370,000 and 13 weeks of lead time! The functional prototype of a train seat was printed using FFF technology on the Factory 2.0 industrial 3D printer from Polish manufacturer OMNI3D. This project was carried out …

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Carbon’s CLIP Technology to Optimize Fluid Manifold Designs for MEMS Mass Production

An unspecified Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) manufacturing company is using Carbon’s CLIP technology and Cyanate Ester resin family for mass production of fluid manifolds. The manufacturer of high speed photopolymerization systems just revealed some additional details on this story. Printers, cooling systems, hydraulic systems – all of these applications use fluid …

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Carbon’s CLIP 3D Printing Enables Production of 3D Molecular Designs for Education

Using Carbon ultra fast CLIP 3D printing system, the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) enables its 50 member entities to share access to the school’s investments in the latest additive technologies and benefit from the Additive Center’s expertise in prototyping and production. A small college in Wisconsin isn’t necessarily where you would …

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Ebullient Uses Carbon 3D Printing Technology for Production of Precision Cooling Systems

Ebullient, a precision server cooling systems manufacturer based in Madison, Wisconsin, has developed a two-phase direct-to-chip cooling technology that overcomes the risks and requirements of single-phase liquid cooling. The cooing modules are designed in CAD and prototyped to then go into serial production using Carbon’s ultra fast photopolymerization technology Ebullient’s digitally …

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LA Cardiologist Uses 3D Printed Model to Build Stent for Pulmonary Artery Surgery in Infant

Using a printed 3D model as a guide, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles cardiologist Frank Ing Created a modified stent to repair an 18-month-old’s pulmonary artery giving a family hope. When Children’s Hospital Los Angeles cardiologists found evidence that a portion of Nate Yamane’s pulmonary artery they had repaired once before …

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Siemens Achieves Breakthrough with 3D Printed Gas Turbine Blades

The German CAM software and manufacturing giant Siemens has achieved a breakthrough by finishing its first full load engine tests for gas turbine blades completely produced using Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology. The company successfully validated multiple AM printed turbine blades with a conventional blade design at full engine conditions. This …

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