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3D Printing News Briefs, September 25, 2021: Partnerships, Software, & More

The first order of business in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs is 3D Systems, which has welcomed a Chief Scientist. In the rest of the business, Solukon is announcing a…

Festo and Solukon Partner for Automated Depowdering of Metal 3D Printed Parts

Robotics firm Festo has partnered with Solukon to develop a solution for the automated depowdering of metal 3D printed parts. The solution will build upon Solukon’s existing Smart Powder Recuperation…

3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: June 6, 2021

We’ve got another busy week of webinars and events, both live and online, to tell you about in this week’s roundup! Topics run the gamut from 3D printing aircraft cabin…

3D Printing News Briefs, June 5, 2021: ExOne & Aurora Group, Solukon & Turbex, IQ Motion Control, Branch Technology

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, ExOne is collaborating with the Aurora Group to expand its reach in Asia, while Solukon and Turbex are partnering up to do the same…

ExOne Announces New North American Sales Partners & Depowdering Station

Binder jet 3D printing leader ExOne (Nasdaq: XONE) just reported revenue losses for Q1 2021. However, it remains optimistic for an “economic rebound,” which could be aided by an expanding…

Formnext 2020 Roundup: New 3D Printing Hardware, Materials and Partnerships

In a typical year, the Formnext event sees people travel from all over the world to Frankfurt for a four-day showcase, loaded with breakout sessions and networking events, highlighting the…

EOS Leverages Solukon’s Automated Depowdering Tech for Metal 3D Printing

Germany-based EOS, a global technology provider for industrial 3D printing of metals and plastics, has installed two automated powder removal systems developed by additive manufacturing (AM) post-processing solutions specialist Solukon…

New Automated System for Unpacking & Cleaning Powder 3D Printed Parts Announced by Solukon

Solukon Maschinenbau GmbH develops and supplies high-quality powder removal and processing systems for metal and polymer additive manufacturing, providing them to a variety of industrial users, including NASA, CERN, Lockheed Martin, Siemens,…

Metal 3D Printed Aircraft Engine Parts Get Depowdering Boost from Solukon

When you’re printing with powder, removal of that material at the end of the print process is a critical cost-saving phase. But that’s not the only reason it’s important to…

Germany: AMP+ Brings Together Specialized Partners for Metal 3D Printing

AM Powder Plus (AMP+) offers additive manufacturing users a robust new solution via a novel business model which brings together a strong corporate network to ensure not only efficiency in…

CERN Deploys Solukon’s Depowdering Units for Titanium Alloy 3D Printed Components

Metal 3D printing generally requires a lot of work, even after the part has been printed. Not only do supports need to be removed, but excess powder needs to be…

Solukon and Siemens Develop New Advanced Depowdering System for Metal 3D Printed Parts

It seems that we’ve entered the busy time of the year for 3D printing shows and trade fairs, though some may argue we’ve never left, as the 3D printing world…

Solukon Releases New Depowdering System for Additive Manufacturing

3D printing with metal is all about strength and durability. While it was originally relegated to the super-industrial realm, today nearly anyone interested in manufacturing objects out of a wide…

Solukon Offers New Systems for Removing Powder from Metal 3D Printed Parts

Most 3D printing processes come with their own post-processing requirements, and those for metal powder bed additive manufacturing can be especially involved. Not only do supports have to be removed,…