If you’re a product designer, engineer or manufacturer, 3D scanning is a powerful tool that helps you speed up the product development process and create better products. In this guide, you will learn how 3D scanning can be used to: 3D scan to capture complex shapes with precision Traditional methods of capturing complex shapes means
PLM Group has partnered with PostProcess Technologies, a provider of automated 3D print postprocessing solutions. The partnership means that PLM Group is now offering efficient, easy to use, postprocessing solutions for resin and wax removal, support removal, surface finishing in the Nordic region. Automated 3D print postprocessing that allows you to scale As 3D printing
Markforged Simulation is a new 3D print simulation software that offers a fast and automated way to validate your parts before you print them. It does this directly in your Eiger workflow and works with all Markforged composite 3D printers. Say goodbye to irritating iterations and hello to pristine parts. If you work with 3D
PLM Group’s partner Markforged announced the release of new Simulation features for its additive manufacturing software. Simulation is available as a free trial until April 2023, and the company expects to make the feature accessible through a paid subscription thereafter. Incorporating 3D printing into tooling and end-use applications requires confidence in part strength. By replacing
HP is expanding their Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers with the new HP Jet Fusion 5400 Series. The first 3D printer to hit the streets is the Jet Fusion 5420W Solution. The new solution enables consistent, high-quality production of white parts. 3D printing with industrial-grade reliability The new HP 3D printer has a 380 x
Regardless of what started the global supply chain crisis, it all comes down to one thing for manufacturing companies: The lack of vital parts for your production. Here, 3D printing can become a powerful ally. The supply chain woes are clearly confirmed by a recent report from HUBS, Supply Chain Resilience. In the report, 98%
Is 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.
E-waste is a growing problem for the tech industry and a contributor to climate change. In 2020, the volume of electronic waste generated was 55.5 million metric tons (Statista, 2020) and it is estimated that this number will double by 2030 (The Conversation, 2020). In 2019, only 17.4% of e-waste was formally collected and recycled (The Conversation, 2020). What happened with the remainder is not clear.
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.