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Kärcher alleviates pressure on design cycles with multi-material PolyJet 3D printing

Stratasys

Kärcher alleviates pressure on design cycles with multi-material PolyJet 3D printing

Kärcher is a name familiar to many households or garden owners, and its distinctive yellow and black logo is synonymous with cleaning systems around the world. Since 1950 when Alfred Kärcher invented the first high-pressure cleaner in Europe, the Winnenden-headquartered family business has expanded beyond its German roots and today boasts offices in almost 70 countries. read...

High-performance polymers for 3D-printing simulation

Solvay

High-performance polymers for 3D-printing simulation

New polymers from Solvay benefit from Digimat-AM Advanced Solver's modelling. The combination of the two is said to stand up to challenging tasks. read...

Trends in PU processing symposium

Event

Trends in PU processing symposium

An international symposium will be held in Aachen. On 19 March 2019, the current trends and future of PU processing will be addressed by various experts in the field. Emphasis will be on the sustainable and eco-friendly usage. read...

Additive manufacturing at TCT Asia

Renishaw

Additive manufacturing at TCT Asia

At TCT Asia (21 to 23 February 2019), Renishaw will showcase its additive manufacturing technology. This includes both hardware and software. read...

Arburg at Mecspe 2019

Market News

Arburg at Mecspe 2019

Arburg will showcase a freeformer at Mecspe 2019. The company will focus on the topics of automation, additive manufacturing and digitalisation. read...

Stratasys brings ancient artifacts to life

Additive Manufacturing

Stratasys brings ancient artifacts to life

Underscoring the power of realism in 3D printed models, Stratasys (Nasdaq: SSYS) and Google Arts and Culture are re-imagining some of the world’s most cherished artifacts and historical monuments through additive manufacturing . read...

Specialists in additive manufacturing

Service Providers

Specialists in additive manufacturing

For anyone who is afraid of the intellectual and financial investments in 3D printing, experienced contract manufacturers are the obvious choice. These companies rely on different experiences and priorities. read...

High-performance metals for direct metal laser sintering

Protolabs

High-performance metals for direct metal laser sintering

Specialist in custom prototypes and low-volume production parts, Protolabs, now offers Inconel 718 and Maraging Steel 1.2709, expanding the company's list of Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) materials that make up a wide range of metals available for rapid prototyping and the manufacture of functional end-use parts with complex geometries. read...

DEW Printdur for complex steel components from the 3D printer

Additive Manufacturing

DEW Printdur for complex steel components from the 3D printer

Everybody's talking about additive manufacturing. Deutsche Edelstahlwerke (DEW) is now making a push: as an established powder manufacturer for 3D printing, the Schmolz + Bickenbach Group company is speeding up the next stage of development with its Printdur metal powder portfolio. DEW is already including interested customers in the prototyping process and is developing complete manufacturing processes with them – from the initial idea and alloy design through to the finished product. read...