The biggest AM event gets bigger. The sophistication of attendees advances. Materials, digital tools and postprocessing are prominent. Here are 10 impressions of this year’s show.
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The biggest AM event gets bigger. The sophistication of attendees advances. Materials, digital tools and postprocessing are prominent. Here are 10 impressions of this year’s show.
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Lithoz Presents CerFab for Serial Production of Ceramics
Formnext 2019: Lithoz has introduced the CeraFab System line designed for serial production of additively manufactured high-performance ceramics. READ
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MachineWorks' Polygonica v2.3 Offers Compensation for Material Distortion
Formnext 2019: MachineWorks has introduced the latest features from its polygon-mesh modeling toolkit Polygonica v2.3. READ
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Formlabs Low Force Stereolithography Printers Delivers Accurate Parts
Formnext 2019: Formlabs’ Low Force Stereolithography (LFS) 3D printers Form 3 and Form 3L use a flexible tank to drastically reduce the forces of the peel process, providing incredible surface finish and detail and linear illumination to deliver accurate, repeatable parts. READ
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Igus High Performance Polymers Ensure Wear Resistance
Formnext 2019: Igus’ offered material range includes special filaments for 3D printing with the fused deposition modeling/fused filament fabrication method (FDM/FFF) and polymers for selective laser sintering (SLS). READ
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XJet Introduces Two Versions of Carmel 1400
Formnext 2019: XJet’s line of nanoparticle jetting (NPJ) systems has been expanded with the Carmel 1400M for metals and Carmel 1400C for ceramics. READ
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