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3D Printing Database Includes Machines and Materials

Senvol has launched a free, online database of additive manufacturing machines and materials.


New AM System Aimed at Production Manufacturing

Renishaw is developing a new additive manufacturing system designed and engineered specifically for production manufacturing.


Partners Target Quality Control in Metal-Based AM

EOS and Germany’s MTU Aero Engines have signed an agreement for joint strategic development related to a system of quality control for metal-based additive manufacturing.


Hybrid Machine Combines Metal Powder Technology with 5-Axis Machining

Hermle has integrated additive manufacturing capability into its C 40 U five-axis machining center.


Stratasys Units Form Large AM Service Organization

Stratasys has combined its RedEye, Solid Concepts and Harvest Technologies divisions to form Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, one of the largest 3D printing and advanced manufacturing service organizations in North America.


System Designed for Series Production

ExOne has announced its largest 3D printing system, the Exerial, marking a move from rapid prototyping and small batch production, for which the company’s other systems are used, to industrial series production.


AM Database Includes Machines, Materials

Senvol has launched a free, online database of additive manufacturing machines and materials.


New AM System Aimed at Production

Renishaw has developed a new additive manufacturing system designed and engineered specifically for production manufacturing.


3D Printers Reduce Printing Time for Complex Geometries

The Fortus 450mc and Fortus 380mc 3D printers from Stratasys are said to provide improved reliability, speed and accessibility.


High-Temperature Mold Material Takes Direct Vulcanization

With a heat deflection temperature of 140°C straight out of the machine, 3D parts printed in EnvisionTEC’s HTM140 mold material can be directly vulcanized in rubber, eliminating the need for a metal master.





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