3D Printing News

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.

1
Sep

Classic car meets 3D printing technology

Individualize, Integrate, Innovate: The 3i-PRINT partnership project has used the front-end structure of a classic VW Caddy to demonstrate the full potential of industrial 3D printing within the automotive industry. The structure is very light, stable, and, at the same time, features a high degree of functional integration. Altair, APWORKS, csi entwicklungstechnik, EOS, GERG, and Heraeus covered every development step

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29
Aug

The Importance of Designing for Additive Manufacturing

About 70% of the cost of metal Additive Manufacturing is related to pre- and post-processing. Designing for AM is key to success. See a desktop distilling still project designed with no support structures.

25
Aug

EnvisionTEC Vida: E-Denture Material – 3D Print Dentures

EnvisionTEC’s E-Denture material for the Perfactory family of 3D printers is an FDA-approved, biocompatible Class IIa material suitable for printing all types of denture bases. This material has low shrinkage compared to standard PMMA denture base materials, which results in excellent fitting denture bases. This 3D-printed solution allows for a natural looking appliance with exceptional customized fit

18
Aug

EnvisionTEC Unveils Cost-Saving Material Tray for Desktop 3D Printers

EnvisionTEC, a leading global manufacturer of desktop and full-production 3D printers and materials, today announced a cost-saving, disposable material tray for its premium desktop 3D printers The new M-Type tray, which was developed and tested in EnvisionTEC’s R&D facility in Gladbeck, Germany, will be offered as an optional replacement for the current Pre-Stretched Assembly (PSA) tray system in the Micro

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17
Aug

Italian Jewellery manufacturer B.M.C. srl using EOS technology to offer a complete 3D precious metal service.

A Direct Precious Metal 3D printing platform, designed specifically for the production of jewellery and precious metals, was jointly optimised by Cooksongold and EOS. The system expands upon the technology created by EOS to provide jewellery makers with the power and freedom to create complex jewellery in a matter of hours.

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