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3D Printing Webinar and Virtual Event Roundup, October 11, 2020

We’ve got another busy week of webinars and virtual events coming your way! Read on to learn more about what’s available this week. Science in the Age of Experience Over…

Anisoprint Launches New Carbon Fiber 3D Printing Turnkey Solution

Headquartered in Luxembourg and Russia and founded in 2015, Anisoprint commercialized its own proprietary, science-based version of continuous fiber 3D printing, which it calls composite fiber coextrusion (CFC). The method…

3D Printing Webinar and Virtual Event Roundup, September 6, 2020

The first virtual offering we’re telling you about is Anisoprint’s new Composites Talks, taking place on September 7th. On September 9th, DyeMansion will host a webinar about VaporFuse Surfacing for…

Brightlands Materials Center: 3D Printed Self-Sensing Composite Fiber Parts

Dutch research and development center Brightlands Materials Center, founded in 2015 by TNO and Province of Limburg, is focused on the improvement of 3D printed polymeric materials. Now, it’s introducing…

State of the Art: Carbon Fiber 3D Printing, Part Two

In the first part of our series on carbon fiber 3D printing, we really only just got started by providing a background on the material, some of its properties, and…

Anisoprint Introduces New Composite Basalt Fiber Material for Continuous Fiber 3D Printing

Headquartered in Luxembourg and Russia, Anisoprint wants to introduce a new industrial manufacturing technology for 3D printed optimized structures made out of composite materials. Through its desktop Composer 3D printer,…

Anisoprint & Thought3D Collaborating to Solve Adhesion Issues in 3D printing

Luxembourg-based Anisoprint and Thought3D, headquartered in Malta, are partnering up in making 3D printing a better process overall for manufacturers around the world relying on strong parts. In line with…

Russian Amputee Uses 3D Printed Lever to Set New World Record in Deep Sea Diving

3D printing is often called upon to help create assistive devices and prosthetics, so that people with disabilities and amputated limbs can still participate in the activities they enjoy. Earlier…