Supply chain, collaboration and sustainability – these are some of the keywords when PLM Group sums up the top trends in the 3D printing world for the new year. Have a read to see what else is in the crystal ball. With the dawning of a new year we are seeing a lot of
PLM Group is joining forces with Dutch AM automation specialist AM-Flow. The focus for the companies is to investigate the need for automated postprocessing among companies that are already using 3D printing as part of their manufacturing line.
The newly released DyeMansion DM60 Black Line is a special limited edition of their proven DM60 combined with a DM60 Reservoir. It is modified and purpose-built to focus on the black coloring of grey Powder Bed Fusion polyamide parts such as HP MJF.
s there a difference between 3D printing and additive manufacturing, or AM in short? And if it is the case, why should you need to know about it? In this article, I will explain the meaning of the two terms and what they designate in the manufacturing world.
Combining composite and metal 3D printing, or hybrid printing, you can create complex designs, pinpoint material usage based on property requirements and lower…
For over a century success of manufacturing companies has been driven by product-related technological advancements and production line optimization. New process-related technologies are altering the path to success at an accelerated pace. Companies are moving into a new game they are not used to playing.
The unique 3D printing technology from HP is not only transforming how we make things, but it’s also revolutionizing the way we design them. The voxel, or three-dimensional pixel, is at…
3D printing has proved itself to be a great tool for innovation, prototyping and low volume end-use parts. Our partner, Materialise, designed a brilliant gadget for a no-hands door opener and shared the design files with the world. Anyone can now 3D print their own door opener to minimize the spreading of germs and viruses.
Olaf Diegel, world-renowned 3D printing professor, has released a new book titled “A Practical Guide to Additive Manufacturing”. Knowing the difference between design for traditional methods and for 3D printing is key if you want to harness the power of additive manufacturing. But in report after report, companies say this is their number one weak point.