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Gigabot X Prints from Waste Plastics
A team from Michigan Tech has demonstrated the financial viability of printing large items from scrap plastic.
Gigabot X Prints from Waste Plastics
A team from Michigan Tech has demonstrated the financial viability of printing large items from scrap plastic.
Lubrizol to Showcase Renewable-Sourced Estane 3D ECO TPU for 3D Printing at RAPID + TCT 2019
HRL Laboratories Registers New 3D-Printed Alloy
Aluminum association creates registration system for additive alloys.
DuPont to Launch Multiple New Semi-crystalline Products for 3D Printing at RAPID + TCT 2019
Also, Jennifer L. Thompson, Ph.D., R&D programs manager for DuPont Transportation & Advanced Polymers, will present a technical paper on these new materials during the RAPID + TCT conference.
80-Plus Companies Make Print Profiles for Ultimaker’s Material Alliance Program
Ultimaker first formed the program in April 2018 to meet the demand for industrial-grade engineering 3D printing materials.
CoreTech System Releases Moldex3D R17
This new simulation solution is made for smart manufacturing in plastics molding.
Heraeus Debuts Large Amorphous-metal Component
The gear wheel was printed in a standard selective laser melting system with material from Heraeus. 
Additive Manufacturing Users Gather to Address Challenges, Advance Industry
Materials, software and workflow challenges led the discussions at the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) 2019 conference in Chicago last week.
Championship-Level Disabled Athletes Tap into 3D Printing’s Potential
3D printers were beneficial in designing an ergonomic hand bike handle for Florian Jouanny, the first European tetraplegic athlete who completed the Ironman Triathlon.
AddiFab to Showcase Blend of Additive Manufacturing and Injection Molding at RAPID + TCT in Detroit
At the RAPID + TCT show, AddiFab and Mitsubishi Chemical will be co-exhibiting the FIM technology paired with Mitsubishi Chemical’s range of injection moldable materials.
Formlabs Launches of Form 3 and Form 3L 3D Printers
Formlabs scales its 3D printing hardware offering with two new products built on Low Force Stereolithography (LFS) technology.
3D Printing on the Rise, But Large-Scale Production Use Remains Elusive
Survey finds 3D printing is gaining traction as a production method for end-use parts, but scale remains limited.
Industrial-Grade, Mass Appeal
A new class of desktop 3D printers marries the consistency and flexibility of expensive large-scale printers with the accessibility of consumer-based offerings.
Morphing 3D-Printed Architectures into 4D
No longer will designers focus solely on dimensions like height, width and depth.
Digimat 2019.0 Democratizes Light-weighting Crash Simulation
Support for new material systems, part performances, lifetime predictions and addition of a strong interface to MaterialCenter in this release.



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