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3D Systems: Augmenting Your Workflow with Traditional and Additive Manufacturing

Combining Old and New Technology Remember the days when people thought that we would all end up with our own home desktop 3D printers to make anything our hearts desired…

3D Printing & the Circular Economy Part 2: Classical Manufacturing

This is an indepth dive into various tools within the traditional manufacturing cycle. We briefly mention the importance of these tools along with waste created by them as well. This is part two of this series on 3D Printing and the circular economy.

Diabase Engineering Introduces the H-Series Desktop Hybrid 3D Printer and CNC Machine

Diabase Engineering offered 3D printer owners a brand new option in 2016 when it introduced the Flexion Extruder, an add-on extruder that promised to give any 3D printer industrial 3D…

3D Printing News Briefs: January 30, 2018

As January comes to a close, we’ve got all the latest 3D printing news wrapped up for you in one location with today’s edition of 3D Printing News Briefs. Rize…

Partnership Developing Joint Nanoimprint Lithography Solution for Producing 3D Optical Structures

While it’s possible to 3D print micro-optics at the nanoscale, startup company SwissLitho AG, which manufactures novel nanolithography tools, wants to revolutionize nanofabrication. Thanks to a new partnership with EV Group…

It’s No Fairytale: Todd Grimm Shares His Treasure Trove of 3D Printing News at RAPID

This year’s RAPID + TCT was jam packed with new 3D printing technology and was by far the largest 3D printing expo that I’ve personally seen. There was an awful lot…

LASIMM Project is Poised to Usher in a New Era of Hybrid Additive Manufacturing

Two trends that have really stood out recently in the 3D printing/additive manufacturing industry are large-scale 3D printers and hybrid 3D printers. Additive manufacturing combined with other forms of technology…

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Ordering Custom Parts is Easier Than Ever with Instant Quoting

The traditional process for ordering custom parts can be a long and cumbersome experience, often requiring back and forth conversations and emails over days or even weeks, but one company…

Titan Robotics’ Large-Format 3D Printer, the Cronus, Features Five Print Heads and Autodesk Netfabb Software

In 2016, 3D printer manufacturer Titan Robotics started work to build the first commercial multi-head machine featuring Autodesk’s Project Escher technology. Last week at CES 2017, the Colorado-based company was able to…

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