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Roboze Joins Early Access Program for SAP Distributed Manufacturing

  Italian 3D printer manufacturer Roboze will join leading global 3D printing companies that have already confirmed their participation in the SAP Distributed Manufacturing initiative, to offer its unique technology for producing high-quality, accurate 3D parts from advanced metal replacement techno-polymers. SAP Distributed Manufacturing is possibly the single most important global …

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HP Unveils Open Materials Development Kit (MDK) with 3D Printing Materials from BASF and Evonik

At the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference, HP Inc. announced significant milestones to its open platform for 3D printing materials and production-ready applications development. Expanding the development and lowering the cost of advanced 3D printing materials and applications is a critical catalyst for the digital reinvention of the global …

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3D Systems’ Figure 4 Scalable 3D Printing Platform Shipped to Fortune 50 Company, Focus on Dental

Delivering on its strategy to transform 3D manufacturing workflows, 3D Systems today announced the industry’s first modular, scalable and fully-integrated additive manufacturing platform. 3D Systems’ disruptive Figure 4 production platform produces plastic parts more than 50 times faster than current systems, delivering dramatically lower total cost of operations while offering …

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Coobx Officially Unveils EXIGO 3D Printer with High Speed LIFT-Technology

Coobx, the Liechtenstein based additive manufacturing company, officially launched the EXIGO system with patent pending LIFT Technology, a 3D printing solution which changes the way how to process UV curing printing materials. LIFT-Technology (Light Initiated Fabrication Technology) opens new dimensions to the versatility of UV curing printing materials with astonishing speed, accuracy …

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Carbon Reinvents AM for Production (Again) with New M2 Printer and Carbon SpeedCell System

Carbon, a Silicon Valley-based additive manufacturing company, launched Carbon SpeedCell, a system of securely connected products designed to upend traditional methods of manufacturing. The first components of the SpeedCell include two new products that provide a powerful solution for additive manufacturing at scale: The M2, a robust, industrial-grade 3D printer …

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Caterpillar Forms Strategic Alliance with German FIT Group for Metal AM Parts

FIT AG, a Group of companies specializing in innovative solutions in the field of additive manufacturing, and advanced equipment manufacturer Caterpillar Inc. formed strategic alliance focused on design and printing for additive manufacturing of aluminum and titanium parts. The strategic alliance will bring together leaders in their fields to take advantage …

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Canada’s Samuel, Son & Co. Acquires Canadian Metal AM Leader Burloak Technologies

Canadian industrial manufacturing company Samuel has recently signed an agreement to purchase Burloak Technologies based in Dundas, Ontario, the Canadian leader in the engineering and design of additive manufacturing solutions including full 3D production metal printing capabilities. Burloak Technologies designs, prototypes and develops production parts for aerospace, defense and commercial …

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Siemens Sets Another Milestone with First 3D Printed Part Operating in Nuclear Power Plant

Following the integration of 3D printing as part of its digital services portfolio, Siemens has achieved an industry breakthrough with the first successful commercial installation and continuing safe operation of a 3D printed part in a nuclear power plant. Because of the stringent safety and reliability requirements in the nuclear …

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Space Systems Loral Uses AM to Attain 50% Reductions in Mass and Schedule for Large Satellite Structures

Space Systems Loral (SSL), a leading provider of innovative satellites and spacecraft systems, has successfully introduced next-generation design and manufacturing techniques for structural components into its popular SSL 1300 geostationary satellite platform. Its first antenna tower designed using these techniques, which include additive manufacturing, more commonly known as 3D printing, …

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