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Tethon3D CEO Karen Linder Discusses Future of High Quality Ceramics 3D Printing

While most high-resolution 3D printing technologies for ceramics remain quite expensive, Tethon 3D has been developing materials and processes which could bring high-quality 3D printed ceramics to more people and market segments than ever before. We caught up with Karen Linder, author, angel investor, entrepreneur, mentor, artist, scientist and also President …

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Diogo Quental Speaks About New Position as VP for Business Development at Raise3D

Diogo Quental is now VP of Strategy, Partnerships & International Business Development at Raise3D, Inc. Founded in a commitment to provide top performing machines, Raise3D products offer high quality and capabilities at a highly competitive value. Coupled with unique features and a focus on customer service, the company’s mission aims …

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DMG MORI’s Patrick Diederich Explains New Strategy as Metal AM Full Service Provider

With the significant further development in the field of additive manufacturing, by means of both powder fed and powder bed techniques, DMG MORI is now able to offer both the most important generative manufacturing processes under one roof. In this interview, Patrick Diederich, responsible for Advanced Technologies at DMG MORI, talks about the …

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Advancing 3D Bioprinting Applications and Materials in the Catalonia Region

For over a decade, the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) has been at the forefront of research in the fields of biotechnology, nanomedicine, biophysics, tissue engineering, and more. Looking to achieve breakthroughs in engineering and life sciences, it is no wonder that IBEC’s research has taken a turn towards …

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PyroGenesis’ New Plasma Process Produces Ultra Fine MIM Cut Powders for Metal Binder Jetting

PyroGenesis Canada, a high tech company that designs, develops, manufactures and commercializes plasma waste-to-energy systems and plasma torch products, is has developed a new plasma-based process to produce ultra fine (5 to 25 micron) metal powders. The new process enables MIM (metal injection molding) cut powder production at higher volumes …

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Deutsche Bahn’s Mobility Goes Additive, an Interview with Head of AM Stefanie Brickwede

In anticipation of her participation at the upcoming IN(3D)USTRY congress, we recently caught up with Stefanie Brickwede, Deutsche Bahn’s Head of AM, to speak about how the transport company has and continues to integrate 3D printing into its train manufacturing and maintenance processes. German-based Deutsche Bahn AG has grown to …

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Paul Sohi: Wearables Revolution Begins with Flexible Electronics and Exoskeletons

Working with established companies and organization as well as startups, Paul Sohi has acquired a unique experience in the field of wearable technologies. As a Fusion 360 evangelist, a lot of his work goes into designing products that leverage the latest technological trends as well as making sure that concepts …

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Meet Vadim Nazarov, EnvisionTEC’s Materials Genius

Vadim Nazarov, Chief Chemist and Head of Materials R&D, came to leading DLP 3D printer manufacturer EnvisionTEC in 2003 as a global expert in photochemistry, having grown his career right alongside an all-new industry for 3D printing materials. As a student in the Ukraine in the mid-1980s, before the first …

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Siemens’ Ulli Klenk Looks to Further Evolve AM Automation with an Eye on the Energy Sector

The potential for additive manufacturing is as great as the challenges that adopters have to face in order to integrate it into an automated production workflow. Few companies in the world have done more research on these issues as Siemens and few people have studied the industrialization of AM as …

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