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Published: 1/11/2011

Polypropylene-like Material For Prototypes
DurusWhite pp-like polyjet material.

Published: 1/11/2011

3-D Modeling System
FreeFormĀ® 3D modeling solution for designing complex, organically shaped products, with some particular features for streamlining prep for manufacturing molds, dies and core creation.

Published: 1/11/2011

Metal Additive Manufacturing
EOSINT M 280, an additive manufacturing systems for metals.

Published: 12/8/2010

Dispelling Aluminum Tooling Myths
Myths have always been around: the world is flat and the sun revolves around the earth— to name a few.

Published: 12/8/2010

ToolTalk
Part development included throughout tooling and production.

Published: 12/2/2010

Four Key Uses of Prototyping
Prototyping helps evaluate and test a design, clarify production costs, sell a product and secure patents.

Published: 11/29/2010

Laser Sintering And Conformal Cooling Channels
Moldmakers who are interested in exploring conformal cooling, but are concerned about its complexity and expense need to understand two things: it is neither complex nor expensive.

Published: 10/1/2009

Analysis of the Additive Manufacturing (AM) Industry Worldwide, Part I
After more than two decades of research, development and use, the additive manufacturing industry continues to expand with the introduction of new technologies, methods and applications. Additive processes have had a tremendous impact on design and ...

Published: 8/1/2009

Reduce the Time and Costs of Jig and Fixture Manufacture
When it comes to the manufacture of jigs, fixtures and assembly tools, time-to-market for new products can be reduced, overall costs can be saved and the quality of the resulting components/production can increase with the use of additive fabricatio...

Published: 6/1/2009

Cost of Ownership: A Lifetime of Molding Savings
“There’s nothing more expensive than a cheap mold,” has been said by many a tooling engineer after a bargain of a mold began bleeding profits.