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3D Printing Magnets

Friday, 23 October 2020 17:54
Most off the shelf magnets have a simple design and work with one side as the north pole and the opposite as the south pole. Programmed magnets or polymagnets on the other hand are customized structures of magnets that alternate polarity in a specific designed…

3D Printing Glass

Friday, 04 September 2020 23:18
Additive manufacturing is the base of 3D printing, it has several methods but the most used and common are SLA (Stereolithography) or SLS (selective laser sintering) and FDM (fused deposition modeling). Both generally use polymers as the main material to produce prints and here is…
We all know ceramics have been on the market for so long and they have even been a trending material for a while when it comes to 3D printing materials. Obviously when it comes to ceramics, the first thing that comes to my mind is…
The revolutionary AMpolar i2 brings several features and advantages to printing Additive Manufacturing parts on a truly industrial scale. First introduced in Formnext 2019, the AMpolar i2’s patented Additive Manufacturing process uses an array of Xaar 1003 printheads to jet parts at volume, and at…

INTAMSYS FLEX 510

Thursday, 13 August 2020 17:46
The 3D printer manufacturer INTAMSYS introduces their new FLEX 510 high-speed 3D printer for flexible materials production. The FLEX 510 is specially designed for producing sporting goods, medical rehabilitation equipment, tooling & fixtures and more. The FLEX 510 has been provided with the Smart eXtruder…
Mimaki has just introduced their 3rd 3D printer, they first debuted the Mimaki 3DUJ-553 back in September 2017, a 10 million-color 3D printer; In contrast their new product, the Mimaki 3DGD-1800 is a large-sized/high-speed 3D printer, to be precise a machine that can print at…
When an epidemic or a pandemic such as coronavirus (COVID-19) strikes, the main problem is the increase in fatalities as health systems are stretched to the limits. This happens because of the thousands of patients presenting all at once, hence these run out of resources…
Plastics and “green choice” usually don’t go together as most plastic materials are made from petroleum, these include: polyethylene, PVC, polypropylene, polystyrene, polyester, nylon and acrylic. Most plastics don’t decompose. This means plastic can stick around indefinitely, destroying marine ecosystems. (noaa.gov) In the past decades,…
When you think about 3D printing it is mostly associated with manufacturing objects and prototypes made out of plastics and filaments. Although there are other more sustainable and more eco-friendly choices, these are not on people´s top of mind for 3D printing. 3D printing is…

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