Tag: FORMNEXT 2018

3D Printing News Sliced, Additive Industries, Polymaker, Shanghai Construction Group

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced follows the latest developments from Formnext 2018; the acceleration of industrial metal additive manufacturing; new post-processing solutions; and the release of the latest AlphaEDGE 4D shoe from Adidas and Carbon. All this and more from Nanoscribe, Additive Industries, Callaghan Innovation, Polymaker, Shanghai Construction Group and others.... Read More »

3D Printing News Briefs: November 17, 2018

Continuing with the week’s second edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, or rather formnext 2018 News Briefs, we’ve got more announcements coming from the huge trade fair, which just ended today in Frankfurt. 3D Systems introduced two new 3D printers and a new material, while Solvay showcased its two new medical grade filaments. ViscoTec revealed... Read More »

Sandvik Showcased Customer Use Cases at formnext, Continues to Invest in Metal 3D Printing

Global engineering group Sandvik has been investing in a wide range of 3D printing process technologies for metal components for years, with experience in 3D printing metals such as titanium alloys, tool steels like maraging, stainless, and duplex steels, cemented carbide, high-temperature materials, and nickel-based alloys. Now, the company is increasing its metal AM capacity with... Read More »

ACEO Introduces New Electrically Conductive Silicone 3D Printing Materials

WACKER‘s silicone brand, ACEO, was developed in 2016, at the same time that the company announced that it had created the first-ever industrial 3D printer for silicones. Since then, ACEO has been steadily progressing in its development of silicone 3D printing materials, introducing multi-material silicone 3D printing and opening a silicone 3D printing lab in... Read More »

Sisma Introduces Two New Highly Automated, User-Friendly DLP 3D Printers

Formnext wraps up today, and it’s been a packed four days, with lots of new 3D printers and announcements of collaborations and partnerships that intend to advance additive manufacturing technology. Among the new 3D printers are two from Sisma, an Italian company that has been building laser systems and machinery since 1961. The Everes Zero... Read More »

Formnext 2018 Review and 26 Key Learnings for Marketing Folks

I think that after a very busy Formnext we can all say that it will be a while before any one of us listens to Kenny G, Coltrane or indeed another saxophone player again. I may have had the jazz drained out of me permanently. Live music and repeating audio at stands is always horrible.... Read More »

3D Systems launches two new DMP metal 3D printers and Customer Innovation Center

Leading 3D printer manufacturer 3D Systems has announced the latest additions to its DMP metal 3D printing platform – the DMP Flex 350 and DMP Factory 350 3D printers. Furthermore, the company has introduced a new aluminum alloy material, LaserForm AISiMg0.6(A), and established a new Customer Innovation Center (CIC) in Germany for plastics in additive manufacturing. Vyomesh... Read More »

3D Printing News Sliced, Formnext 2018, ExOne, Stratasys, DyeMansion, America Makes, DSM

This edition of Sliced, the 3D Printing Industry news digest, focuses on the latest developments from the international additive manufacturing show Formnext in Frankfurt, Germany. Innovations in additive manufacturing hardware With Formnext in full swing, a plethora of 3D printing hardware has been showcased for the first time. WASP, the Italian manufacturer behind DeltaWASP 3D... Read More »

TRIDITIVE announces serial manufacturing of metal parts with AMCELL and BASF’s metal-polymer filament

TRIDITIVE, a Spanish 3D printer manufacturer, is looking to accelerate the adoption of serial additive manufacturing of metal parts. The 3D printer manufacturer will achieve its goal of high volume production with its AMCELL 3D printer, and the Ultrafuse 316LX filament, made by the largest chemical producer in the world, BASF. Mariel Diaz, CEO of TRIDITIVE, said,... Read More »

Materialise, BASF, and Essentium partner to advance high-speed 3D printing

Materialise, an award-winning Belgian 3D printer manufacturer and software company, has partnered with BASF, the largest chemical producer, and Essentium, a Texas-headquartered high-speed 3D printer manufacturer, to advance high-speed additive manufacturing. Bart Van der Schueren, Materialise’ Chief Technology Officer, said, “Materialise, Essentium and BASF share a vision for growth in the 3D printing industry that... Read More »

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