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Published: 7/9/2012

Agreement Links 3D Scanners, Software

Published: 1/13/2012

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.

Published: 1/12/2012

PRM Process Creates Hollow Parts
Met-L-Flo uses the prototype rotational molding (PRM) process to create seamless, hollow prototypes designed to replicate blow-molded and production rotational-molded parts.

Published: 1/10/2012

Economical 3D Printers Offer High Resolution
Z Corp.’s monochrome ZPrinter 150 and multicolor ZPrinter 250 are designed to be affordable, commercial-class printers that build high-resolution 3D models at industry-low operating costs.

Published: 1/9/2012

White Paper Compares Subtractive, Additive Technologies
According to a white paper by Roland DGA, the manufacturing world is changing dramatically as advanced technologies continue to facilitate “better, faster and cheaper” product design and development processes.

Published: 1/6/2012

Direct Manufacturing Technology Makes Parts More Economically
Sciaky Inc.’s direct manufacturing technology uses the company’s electron beam welding equipment to produce production parts and functional prototypes more economically than traditional manufacturing methods.

Published: 1/5/2012

3D Printing Material Combines Thermal Functionality, Dimensional Stability
RGD525, a high-temperature 3D printing material from Objet Ltd. and reseller Kameera Inc., is designed to simulate the thermal performance of engineering plastics and provide dimensional stability for static 3D models and prototypes.

Published: 1/4/2012

3D Printer Designed for Convenience, Flexibility
Stratasys’ Fortus 250mc rapid prototyping and production machine combines the ease-of-use and affordability of the company’s Dimension 3D printers with the flexibility of its Fortus production systems.

Published: 1/3/2012

Selective Laser Melting Makes Parts Directly from 3D CAD
The additive manufacturing process used in Renishaw’s SLM125 and SLM250 selective laser melting uses a high-powered fiber laser to produce fully dense metal parts direct from 3D CAD.

Published: 1/2/2012

Laser-Sintering Technology Benefits UAV Industry
Because it involves no tooling and little machining or fixturing, EOS’ laser-sintering technology is said to be a cost-effective and fast alternative for the low production runs of the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) industry.