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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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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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Details Emerge on Sinopec’s New Polyolefin Material for HP’s MJF 3D Printing

Sinopec is the first materials partner that HP 3D Printing brought on board in China to be part of the Open Materials Platform. HP is working with the company to identify the potential material that is going to be ideal for its Multi Jet Fusion technology. At this time we can …

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AM Solutions for Payload by Thales Alenia Space Help Satellite Industry Take Off

Sending satellites into orbit is both expensive and complex. Breaking free of Earth’s orbit is costly and the extreme conditions of space can be difficult to endure. This means that satellite parts need to be both very light and very strong. The advantages of additive manufacturing for space applications are …

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One to One with Michael Golway, Inventor of the BioAssembly Bot 6-Axis 3D Bioprinter

American entrepreneur, engineer and inventor. In November 2000, at the age of 31, Michael Golway acquired his first technology company, IDS Engineering. The company had 2 employees with a focused business model of workflow consulting services. Today he is President & CEO of Advanced Solutions, Inc., which is a privately …

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Pastor Uses Shapr3D to Make Models for His Community

Trent is a pastor from the US, with an education in theology and computer science. A rare combination, but a trend we have been seeing more frequently among Shapr3D users. Unrelated, previously unheard industries/fields are starting to realize the power of 3D modeling/3D printing, and what it can bring to …

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