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3D Printing Produces Lighter but Stronger Bicycle Frame

Renishaw has collaborated with British bicycle company Empire Cycles to create what is said to be the world’s first 3D-printed metal bike frame, built on Renishaw’s AM250 additive manufacturing system.


Laser Melting System Offers Large Build Envelope

Concept Laser’s X line 1000R laser melting system is designed for the manufacture of large, functional components and technical prototypes.


New Metal Materials Suited for Additive Manufacturing

EOS has expanded its materials portfolio to include two new metal alloys.


Partnership Will Develop Large-Scale AM System

The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is partnering with machine tool manufacturer Cincinnati Inc. to develop a large-scale additive manufacturing system.


Polygonica Solid Modeling Toolkit Handles Large 3D Models

The newest release of MachineWorks’ Polygonica solid modeling toolkit focuses on handling very large models, and supporting color and application data defined on polygonal meshes.


Stratasys Nylon FDM Material Offers Greater Strength

Stratasys has introduced a nylon material designed to offer greater resistance to breaking and better impact strength than other fused deposition modeling (FDM) materials.


EnvisionTEC Large-Format Printer Uses Photocure Technology

EnvisionTEC’s Xede 3SP large-format 3D printer uses the company’s scan, spin and selectively photocure (3SP) technology to quickly produce accurate parts from STL files, regardless of geometric complexity.


Fabrisonic Ultrasonic AM Machine Welds Metals into 3D Parts

The SonicLayer 4000 from Fabrisonic LLC features the company’s patented ultrasonic additive manufacturing (UAM) technology, which uses sound to weld together metals into solid three-dimensional shapes.


Nylon Material for Additive Manufacturing Resists Breakage

Stratasys offers its FDM Nylon 12 material designed for its Fortus 3D production systems.


Stratasys Chairman/CIO Receives SME Industry Achievement Award

Stratasys Ltd. Chairman and Chief Innovation Officer Scott Crump has been awarded the Rapid Technologies and Additive Manufacturing (RTAM) Industry Achievement Award by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME).





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