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HBD Metal 3D Printer
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HBD Metal 3D Printer

HBD is comprised of the two enterprises Shanghai Hanbang United 3D Tech Co., Ltd. and Guangdong Hanbang 3D Technology Co., Ltd. Headquartered in China, HBD is a fast-growing manufacturer of metal 3D printers, providing proprietary equipment, technical solutions, and OEM services with regard to selective-laser-melting metal 3D printing. In 2007, the pioneers of HBD, who […]

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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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How to Name a New and Revolutionary 3D Scanner? Find Out on September 12th

Lifting the veil of secrecy, I will tell you that our team has been working day and night on a brand-new, never-before-seen, hand-held 3D scanner. And it’s almost here! However this post is not about how great or unique this piece of tech will be. This article is a glimpse into the life of an […]

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Open Camera Project Helps You 3D Print Your Own Affordable DSLR and GoPro Rigs

Jenny Chen of 3DHeals, on the Women in 3D Printing Blog, recently said that it is not the technology itself, as much as the people using it, that are driving innovation in 3D printing. That is absolutely true: the paradox is that while so many of us focus on the limits of desktop (and industrial) machines, the true […]

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Additive Manufacturing Europe, a First Look at the New Products Launching

After the feat at IN(3D)USTRY in Barcelona the 3D printing industry doesn’t slow down. The Additive Manufacturing Europe show is starting in just a few days in Amsterdam and there are already many good reasons to attend. Here are some of them. Leapfrog launches the Bolt 3D printer for complex models to be printed at […]

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Conformal Cooling, CAD/CAM Software and Direct Metal Printing Used to Overcome Injection Molding Challenges

Anyone familiar with injection molding knows that the cooling system design is critical to cycle times, which takes up 70% to 80% of the injection molding cycle. Traditional methods for cooling molds involve secondary machining operations to drill cooling channels that follow straight lines and don’t consistently keep temperatures uniform. A well-designed cooling system can […]

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Davide Sher Joins SmarTech Publishing to Expand 3D Printing User Adoption Studies

SmarTech Publishing, the leading industry analysis and market forecasts provider for the 3D printing/additive manufacturing industry, is pleased to announce and welcome industry reporter Davide Sher as its Senior Analyst, 3DP Adoption Studies. Sher will be responsible for expanding the company’s market research and analysis activities by focusing on 3D printing end-user related issues and […]

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Cloud Software by Materialise Now Powers GROW and Fabnami

Materialise NV (NASDAQ: MTLS), a leading provider of Additive Manufacturing (AM) software and sophisticated 3D printing solutions in the medical and industrial markets, now links its cloud software to GROW and Fabnami, a British and Swiss 3D printing platform. Materialise Cloud is part of the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite, an extensive portfolio of software […]

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HP Barcelona Labs MJF 3D Printer Reveal Tour104
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Ramon Pastor (VP & GM 3D Printing at HP) and Alex Monino (WW Marketing Director HP 3D Printers) Speak About the Open Materials System for MJF

Materials, in a way, could be the App of any 3D printing, at least just as much, or perhaps even more, than software applications can. If so, then HP 3D Printing‘s open materials policy will prove of fundamental importance both to the company’s business and the industry as a whole. Not only that: if we […]

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HP 3D Printing Is Launching Its MJF 3D Printer: What’s Stratasys Gotta Do With It?

As the HP 3D Printing Division made abundantly clear during the visit at its Barcelona Labs, where my dear friend Mike Molitch-Hou let me go in his stead to cover the event for Engineering.com, the first target of its strategy for the new HP Multi Jet 3D printer range (4200 and 3200) will be Selective Laser […]

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