3D Printing News

8
Dec

RhinoGold 6.5 – How to design an advanced signet ring video

Watch this step-by-step video showing an advanced signet ring design in RhinoGold. Get your online RhinoGold Jewellery Design Training now! Here’s the latest release update notes – RhinoGold 6.5.17335.1 (December 5, 2017) Signet Ring Advanced Fixed open Geometry Some designs are not generating geometry Crash fixing Selecting parts in viewports move to the right tab Lock profiles bug fix Pull

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7
Dec

Printer Guide 2018 Survey by 3D Hubs – FORMIGA P 110 = Winner of category “Laser Sintering”

The EOS FORMIGA P 110 has just won the Laser Sintering category in the Printer Guide 2018 survey by 3D Hubs. The guide was based on 10,154 reviews with 1,482,614 jobs/prints considered. The review considers users feedback on print quality, build quality, reliability, ease of use, print failure rate, customer service, community, running cost, software and value. Here’s a few

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1
Dec

EOS’ consulting unit Additive Minds receives “Best of Consulting 2017” Award from Wirtschaftswoche

Krailling, November 28, 2017 – Additive Minds, the consulting unit of EOS, the world’s leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, has won two accolades for its outstanding consulting services at the “Best of Consulting 2017” awards, presented by German business magazine, WirtschaftsWoche. EOS came third place in the “competitive strategy” category, and

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1
Dec

EnvisionTEC Aria – A New Generation of Premium Entry-Level 3D Printers

EnvisionTEC, a leading global manufacturer of 3D printers and materials, kicked off the holiday season by unveiling Aria, a new generation of entry-level desktop 3D printers that delivers reliable, premium performance. Priced at $6,999, Aria delivers best-in-class surface finish and accuracy. Built on EnvisionTEC’s long-trusted Micro platform for professional 3D printer users, Aria features high-quality components and patented firmware and

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14
Nov

The Future of Manufacturing – Be Exponential

Singularity University Cape Town Chapter in collaboration with KATO invites you to the Future of Manufacturing. Learn how exponential technologies are disrupting and democratising global manufacturing making it possible for anyone, anywhere to be a maker and builder of hardware.

13
Oct

The Future of Sand Casting in the Foundry Industry

Robotic 3D Printing Makes Sand Molds and Cores Innovative, “first-ever” robotic additive manufacturing technology is an ideal solution for making sand molds and cores for foundry applications. EnvisionTEC’s exclusive strategic partner, Viridis3D sells complete systems of materials, 3D printing machines, robots, software, and the training needed to successfully deploy functional solutions for metal casting, ceramics, and composites applications. Watch this

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27
Sep

Last Call for RAPDASA 3D Design Competition Submissions

RAPDASA 2017 is approaching fast. One of the events for this year’s 18th annual conference, is South Africa’s biggest 3D Print Design Competition with great prizes to be won. Get your entry in before the 1 Oct 2017 closing date.

20
Sep

EnvisionTEC’s new E Shore A material for 3D Printed footwear is now available for experienced users

This advanced engineering-grade material is a polyurethane-like material that produces a final material with a soft Shore A value in the 40-50 range. E-Shore A is a material developed for end-use applications such as footwear, sporting goods, and other uses requiring durability, comfort and flexibility.

4
Sep

Innovating with General Electric – 3D Printing Open Day

On the 6th September, GE in collaboration with Rapid 3D and RAPDASA are hosting a ‘3D Printing Open Day’ (from 8 am to 1 pm) at their GE Africa Innovation Center in Rosebank.

Join us and learn from the investments and experiences of these innovative companies. The tab is on us, so there is no charge.

4
Sep

“Operate twice, cut once.” Glimpse the future of surgery.

Critical care doctor Peter Weinstock shows how surgical teams are using a blend of Hollywood special effects and 3D printing to create amazingly lifelike reproductions of real patients –€“ so they can practice risky surgeries ahead of time.

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