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PUBLISHED: 2/22/2019

Watch: Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive Video Available

Watch the full program of the inaugural Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive, and learn how automotive manufacturers are using 3D printing in production.


PUBLISHED: 2/21/2019

ExOne X1 25Pro Metal 3D Printer Supports Production Volumes

Rapid 2019: The X1 25Pro is designed for 3D printing of larger quantities from fine MIM powder in a production environment.


PUBLISHED: 2/21/2019

EOS Acquires Vulcan Labs

The former Vulcan Labs team will work out of EOS’ technical center in Pflugerville, Texas, and its ALM materials research and production facility in Temple, Texas.


PUBLISHED: 2/21/2019

Solvay Partners for Simulation of High-Performance Polymers

Solvay is integrating its high-performance polymers for 3D printing into e-Xstream Engineering's Digimat-AM for simulation.


PUBLISHED: 2/20/2019

BeAM Modulo 400 Provides DED in a Compact Footprint

Rapid 2019: BeAM's Modulo 400 encompasses directed energy deposition (DED) and associated secondary equipment.


PUBLISHED: 2/19/2019

Sciaky EBAM Produces Parts Ranging to 19 Ft. in Length

Rapid 2019: Sciaky’s Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) is an industrial solution for 3D printing large-scale metal parts.


PUBLISHED: 2/19/2019

Digital Alloys Offers Joule Printing as a Service

Rapid 2019: Digital Alloys highlights Joule Printing, its metal 3D printing process that will be used to make parts for customers later this year.


PUBLISHED: 2/14/2019

Sisma's Everes 3D Printers Limit Human Error

Rapid 2019: Sisma’s Everes Zero and Everes Uno digital light processing-based (DLP-based) 3D printers are said to be fast and accurate.


PUBLISHED: 2/14/2019

Henkel, Origin Collaborate on Open Materials Platform

Henkel and Origin have partnered on Origin’s open materials platform to promote final parts production and the adoption of 3D printing technology.


PUBLISHED: 2/13/2019

Ultimaker S5 Desktop 3D Printer Enables Print Core Swap in Seconds

Rapid 2019: The Ultimaker S5 desktop 3D printer combines dual extrusion, advanced connectivity and an open filament system to make 3D printing accessible for more applications.


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