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Hyperloop Accelerates Toward its Future
Although years from commercial viability, hyperloop development projects are well underway as engineers build on existing technologies.
Purdue Start-Up Targets Defense Applications
Process allows for the printing of thick materials with high levels of precision by applying ultrasonic vibrations to the nozzle to reduce friction and allow for smooth materials flow.
Canon Releases New Ceramic Print Material, Technology
The new material and printing solution enable higher accuracy in ceramic parts production
Markforged Launches H13 Tool Steel for High-strength, High-temp Tooling Applications
The expansion into H13 will enable customers to print parts in high-strength, high-temperature applications such as metal forming tools, dies and punches, and hardened inserts for fixtures, the company reports.
EOS Unveils the Integra P400
Integra P 400 was built specifically to develop and process new polymers.
Stratasys Debuts Advanced Elastomers and Materials for its Machinery
Built for F123 machines, new thermoplastics from Stratasys offer elasticity and durability with soluble support; bright colors boost prototypes on J750 and J735 3D printers, according to Stratasys.
BASF 3D Printing Solutions Announces Strategic Alliances for 3D Printing
The BASF subsidiary has also established several new partnerships for the development and distribution of 3D printing solutions and products.
AMMP Center to Support 3D Printing for Defense
The project will leverage additive manufacturing to reduce costs, accelerate production, and explore new materials for weapons systems and parts manufacturing.
NASA Grant Funds 3D Print Modeling
University of Pittsburgh, QuesTek team to improve part quality via better computer modeling.
Hyperloop Accelerates Toward its Future
Although years from commercial viability, hyperloop development projects are well underway as engineers build on existing technologies.
Sinterit Launches Soft TPU Used in Small SLS 3D Printers
Flexa Soft, from Sinterit, has a low hardness (measured in Shore A type scale) for this material range and wide usability, according to the company.
Stratasys Announces Four New Products
Among other product innovations, now it's possible to create production parts durable enough for aerospace, withstanding temperatures of up to 302 degrees F (150 degrees C), while delivering a lighter, cheaper, faster alternative to aluminum and steel.
XJet Debuts New Ceramic Material and Soluble Support Material
XJet also announced its entry into Italy with a new Carmel 1400 AM System to be installed at Beam-IT, Italy’s largest additive manufacturing bureau, before the end of the year.
LulzBot Expands Into High-Strength 3D Printing
The new HS (hardened steel) tool heads enable 3D printing of industrial-grade composites.
GKN Teams with PostNord AB; Sets Up Partnership with EOS
The companies are focused on logistics for 3D-printed parts. Collaboration set to reduce time to market by up to 48 hours; partnership with EOS reduces part production time by 70%.
Origin Introduces Open Additive Production
Origin comes out with new approach to additive manufacturing; company has new funding and partnership with BASF.



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