Tag: Formnext

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 »

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 »

XJet releases new ceramic and support materials and partners with BeamIT

XJet, an Israel-based 3D printer and materials manufacturer, has announced the release of new ceramic and soluble support materials. Moreover, the 3D printer manufacturer has also partnered with BeamIT, an Italian additive manufacturing bureau. On the partnership with BeamIT, Hanan Gothait, CEO of XJet, said “We’re delighted to be working with a company of BEAMIT’s heritage.... Read More »

BigRep Showcases New Technology with the PRO and EDGE 3D Printers

The BigRep PRO At formnext this week, large-scale 3D printing company BigRep introduced its latest sizable offerings in the form of two new industrial FFF 3D printers called the BigRep PRO and BigRep EDGE. The next-generation 3D printers will allow designers and engineers to create functional prototypes, composite tooling, end-use parts and small-number serial production. The PRO... Read More »

PFW and BeAM partner to industrialize Directed Energy Deposition in the aerospace industry

PFW Aerospace, a German airplane components manufacturer, has partnered with BeAM, a Strasbourg-based 3D printer manufacturer, to industrialize aerospace parts additively manufactured using Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technology.  Furthermore, the collaboration also seeks to qualify a titanium aerospace component made with DED. A 24Vx BeAM nozzle for its DED printers. Image via BeAM A 3D... Read More »

3D Printing Industry Rave Til AM 2018 with DyeMansion, 3YOURMIND, AM Ventures, TÜV SÜD

For the second year in a row, 3D Printing Industry has been proud to co-host an official Formnext afterparty in collaboration with organizers DyeMansion, 3YOURMIND, AM Ventures and TÜV SÜD. Building on the momentum of last year, 2018’s Rave Til AM drew on the growing number of Formnext exhibitors to celebrate opening night of Europe’s largest 3D printing focused... Read More »

HP’s Multi Jet Fusion and Metal Jet 3D Printing Technology Continue to Accelerate

As formnext kicks off in Frankfurt, Germany, several companies are already making big announcements. HP is no exception, blazing into formnext with a series of updates regarding its Jet Fusion 3D printing technology. “HP is accelerating the shift to 3D mass production, enabling an exciting array of applications helping customers improve their businesses as we... Read More »

Carbon reduces materials prices, partners with Core 3D Centres, expands partners network

Carbon, a California-based 3D printer and materials manufacturer, has made three announcements, which highlights Carbon’s expansion into the American and European market. This includes a price reduction of its resins, a global collaboration with Core 3D Centres, and an expansion of its European production network. As a manufacturer in the additive manufacturing industry, Carbon emphasizes the... Read More »

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