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XJet Announces First Ceramic Inkjet AM System Installed at Oerlikon

XJet Ltd., the additive manufacturing company pioneering NanoParticle JettingTM (NPJ) technology, announced today the first global installation of its XJet Carmel 1400 additive manufacturing (AM) system at citim. citim is a part of the Oerlikon Group and a leading international service provider of additively manufactured parts. With XJet’s Carmel 1400 AM system, Oerlikon is the […]

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DSM to Supply Somos 3D Printing Materials to Toyota Motorsport GmbH

Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in health, nutrition and materials, has signed a “One DSM” framework technology partnership agreement with Toyota Motorsport GmbH (TMG), a 100% subsidiary of the Toyota Motor Corporation. The agreement involves all DSM businesses active in supplying materials and technology to the automotive sector – Engineering Plastics, Dyneema® (ultrahigh […]

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Everything You Need To Know About Pallet Trucks

Basically a pallet truck is a manual power-driven fork truck which has been designed primarily for lifting and moving very heavy materials. On the backside of these trucks, there is a hydraulic jack that lifts the pallet above the floor. Because these trucks are manually powered, the operator of the truck has to push the […]

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NEW 3DLAC AT THE TCT SHOW

The Spanish company specialized in fixing for 3D printing declared in its new management stage a system of vaporization without gases in the largest world fair of the sector be held in the United Kingdom on the 26-28 of September. The Spanish company 3DLAC offered its new eco-friendly fixing product for 3D Printing in the […]

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Graphene and its Potential Impact on 3D Printing

Dubbed a ‘wonder material’ graphene is set to change the future of manufacturing, 3D printing, wearable tech, energy storage and much more. Deriving from graphite, it’s the world’s first 2D material. So, what is Graphene and what economic impact will it have? The Discovery of Graphene The allure of this material has been around for some […]

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Introducing The Maker’s Vise

Everyone needs a vise!  Makers, fixers, designers, artists… if you’re out there expressing your creativity, The Maker’s Vise can improve your workflow. www.makervise.com Speed The Maker’s Vise head glides effortlessly along its low-friction track.  Once in position, just tighten the hex screw to clamp your objects.  Use a short handle for low-torque and high-speed, or […]

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3D printing of silicone components with ViscoTec print heads

Successful 3D printing with a moisture-responsive silicone is achieved thanks to the one component print head from ViscoTec One of the most prestigious universities in the United States of America is concerned with the additive manufacture of moisture-curing silicones. In particular, a research group in Mechanical Engineering is faced with the challenge of creating individual […]

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POWMET METALLIC POWDERS

WHAT Ultrapure metallic powders with a guaranteed title and extra-fine and homogenous particle size, specifically developed for additive manufacturing processes (3d print) for the goldsmith and dental sectors. Powders belonging to POWMET are: precious powders at title of gold alloy and silver alloy; non-precious powders of bronze and steel, as well as chromium-cobalt powders for the dental sector. HOW POWMET line powders […]

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2-component print head for liquids in 3D printing

Extruder for the layered construction of 2-component fluids ViscoTec makes it possible to print two-component liquids and pastes with maximum and consistent precision over the entire printing process: 3D printers have long been used in the industrial environment and are becoming even more interesting and lucrative for additive production thanks to further developments and increasing […]

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From Industry 4.0 to Commoditized Manufacturing

What I want to share with you in this post is a different way of thinking at Industry 4.0 and its future development (you may call it a vision) that probably many of you may read as a shock at first sight. It would be a very normal reaction as it was mine when this idea came […]

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