Angled Makes It Possible for Anyone to Launch a 3D Printed Product
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Angled Makes It Possible for Anyone to Launch a 3D Printed Product
The online store utilizes open capacity at its sister 3D printer farms for on-demand production with no startup costs, allowing designers to sell physical products as easily as digital ones.
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Gantri’s 3D Printed Luxury Lighting Brings Designers Closer to Consumers
The San Francisco startup is changing designer lighting with a designer-forward online marketplace and just-in-time delivery enabled by 3D printing.
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Speed Is Relative in AM: A Data-Driven Comparison of Multi-Laser Powder Bed Fusion and Binder Jet Processing
There is a difference between the effective print speed and the actual cost to produce the component with AM. John Barnes compares binder jet processing with powder bed fusion for metal parts.
Technology Review
Materialise Powder, Prototyping Platform Empower Sustainability
Bluesint PA 12 powder makes it possible to print with up to 100% reused powder, while Process Turner online platform speeds up prototyping process to eliminate waste. READ
Titan, Jabil Customize Formulations for Pellet Extrusion 3D Printing
Partnership qualifies and integrates customized materials for use on Titan’s pellet-based Atlas 3D printers to produce stronger, lighter and more flexible parts. READ
AMGTA Publishes First Research Paper on Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing
Systematic review highlights importance of component end use and need for more research. READ
Gardner Business Media Organizes Manufacturing Cleaning Association
Group to address growing industry demand for stricter parts cleaning standards. READ
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