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Fully additive: Towards 3D Printed Mechatronic Systems – Part II

Rapidly maturing processing technologies are also allowing 3D Printing to increasingly compete on an economic basis and the first low volume manufacturing applications are emerging. Adding electronics functionality to 3D Printed parts to produce complete mechatronic systems is the next logical step in this evolution.

Arkema supports Sartomer by expanding 30% resin in China

To support the growth of Sartomer, the world leader in specialty photocure resins, Arkema has announced a project to expand by over 30% production capacity at its Nansha facility in China.

AM’s significant investment in Conflux technology

AM Ventures Holding GmbH (AMV), sister company of EOS GmbH, has made a significant investment in Australian-based Additive Manufacturing (AM) operation Conflux Technology.

Midwest certified with ISO 9001:2015 for OE

Midwest Prototyping has announced that its operations have been certified compliant with the ISO 9001:2015 standard, an internationally recognized achievement for operational excellence (OE).

The ‘Metal Head’: From leaving school to pioneering in 3D printing...

In 2000, Concept Laser was founded by Frank and Kerstin in a small area of a factory, where the construction of the very first machine was conducted. In the following year, the first laser-driven 3D printer for metals was presented at Euromold in Frankfurt.

Announcement of distribution partnership with Tractus3D

At DesignBox3D, we have always been extremely discerning about the companies and brands that we choose to represent.

LPW release Hall Flow testing

Hall Flow testing is the latest laboratory service datasheet to be released by LPW Technology Ltd.

Inovsys SAS signs an agreement with Roboze

Inovsys SAS, a well-known service company in innovation and the technologies transfer, located in Marignane, France, has recently signed an agreement including the acquisition of the advanced 3D printer of Roboze.

Parker opens Center of Excellence facility in Ohio

Parker Hannifin Corporation, the global leader in motion and control technologies, has opened a new state-of-the-art advanced manufacturing learning and development center, located at Parker's Corporate Technology Ventures facility in Macedonia, Ohio.

Wolfmet 3D & DEPICT Project by University of Liverpool

Experts from the University of Liverpool - Department of Physics, and The Royal Marsden and Royal Liverpool University Hospitals have been working to develop an imaging system (known as DEPICT) that will better quantify the absorbed radiation and help facilitate personalised treatment planning.

Volumatik gives volume to 3D printing ideas

When it comes to 3D fabrication and printing, Volumatik brings everything together in one place. The company works with an international team as well as with freelance professionals around the globe, to offer assistance to any type of customer.

UL releases “Safety Science of 3D Printing”

UL, a global safety science organization, releases the proceedings from “Safety Science of 3D Printing,” a leadership summit with participation from more than 45 stakeholders—including printer manufacturers, material suppliers, public health professionals, academic researchers, school users, and government organizations.

Building with robots and 3D printers

At the Empa and Eawag NEST building in Dübendorf, eight ETH Zurich professors are collaborating with business partners to build the three-storey DFAB HOUSE.

NVBOTS exports NVPro to Japan and China

New Valence Robotics (NVBOTS), the only provider of Built to Share™ automated 3D printing solutions, has announced that it has begun exporting internationally its landmark automated 3D printer, the NVPro, to customers in Japan and China.

Fully Additive: Towards 3D Printed Mechatronic Systems – part 1

3D Printing of structural components in polymers, metals and ceramics is becoming well established industry driven by the unique freedom of design benefits that are unattainable with other traditional manufacturing techniques.