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Impossible Objects Presents Model One 3D Printer, Tells Us Their Composite-Based Additive Manufacturing Will Compete with Injection Molding

Impossible Objects Presents Model One 3D Printer, Tells Us Their Composite-Based Additive Manufacturing Will Compete with Injection Molding

Today at RAPID + TCT, Illinois-based Impossible Objects is introducing the Model One, its new pilot machine and the latest 3D printer claiming to transform manufacturing as we know it — and directly competing with injection molding for scale production. The...
Parallelization to Scale Up Metal Additive Manufacturing: Markforged CEO Details the Roadmap

Parallelization to Scale Up Metal Additive Manufacturing: Markforged CEO Details the Roadmap

Over the last few years, we’ve become quite familiar with Massachusetts-based Markforged, the company behind some of the strongest innovations in 3D printing today. Known already for reinforced 3D printing at the desktop with high-strength materials such as...
3D Printing Customized Printlets Creates Personal Pharmaceutical Solutions -- A Few Questions For: FabRx

3D Printing Customized Printlets Creates Personal Pharmaceutical Solutions -- A Few Questions For: FabRx

Some medications don’t require a spoonful of sugar to go down easier — just 3D printing them into customized shapes and formulations might be just what the doctor (very literally) ordered. We’ve been keeping up with the latest introductions on the 3D...
Bringing Virtual Reality and 3D Printing Together for Surgical Planning -- A Few Questions For: EchoPixel

Bringing Virtual Reality and 3D Printing Together for Surgical Planning -- A Few Questions For: EchoPixel

Medical applications for 3D technologies simply never cease to amaze me. The intricacies of the human body are best served by a three-dimensional understanding, which flat CT or MRI scans cannot produce. It is to this end that we see an ever-increasing number of...
A Recipe for Additive Manufacturing Success: GE Additive Materials Lab Tells Us What They Have Cooking

A Recipe for Additive Manufacturing Success: GE Additive Materials Lab Tells Us What They Have Cooking

Additive manufacturing is an undeniable part of the future of global industry, built on decades of research and innovation. Among the most obvious harbingers of AM to come has been the pace with which global giant GE has been expanding their use of the technology. We...
3D Technology Enhances Healthcare Opportunities -- A Few Questions For: 3D Systems

3D Technology Enhances Healthcare Opportunities -- A Few Questions For: 3D Systems

On Monday’s visit to 3D Systems, I gained insights into the company’s approach to high-tech healthcare. The company’s dedicated Healthcare Technology Center in Littleton, Colorado, one of three such facilities around the world, houses a wealth of...
Paper-Based 3D Printing Saves on Costs, Cuts Environmental Concerns for Automotive Manufacture -- A Few Questions For: Mcor

Paper-Based 3D Printing Saves on Costs, Cuts Environmental Concerns for Automotive Manufacture -- A Few Questions For: Mcor

As we see time and time again, partnerships offer a key portal for mutually beneficial arrangements in many aspects of business. This is especially true in the additive manufacturing arena, where partnerships lead to greater developments of technology and materials,...
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