The Epsilon W27, Smart Cabinet and Sigma D25 are designed to offer more powerful, integrated solutions to improve 3D printing workflow.
ADDvance Sinter250 engineered to ensures optimal atmospheric conditions in sintering furnaces.
Plant in Sweden produces Osprey titanium powders for use in the additive manufacturing of medical applications.
Company starts 3D materials production in U.S. through its Kimya subsidiary, located in Hebron, Kentucky.
Nexa3D’s entire Quantum Laser Sintering product line is being standardized to Siemens’ advanced factory automation and edge computing technologies.
System has option to 3D print a new class of NanoFuse binders embedded with nanoparticles to improve part quality and simplify sintering.
Engineering collaboration agreement advances partnership, providing in-process melt-pool monitoring on four full-field laser system.
The premier event for mold manufacturing is now set to take place Sept. 22-23, 2021, at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.
Sintavia to provide software testing and technical feedback in exchange for access to pre-released Siemens additive manufacturing software.
Collaboration enables workflow monitoring for real-time actions to repair defects or stop failed prints.