3D Printing of Composites: Reinforcing your Market Growth
3D Printing of composites is becoming an increasingly explored commercial opportunity. Approaching this from two directions: the 3D Printing industry are looking for functional enhancements to assist industrial uptake and meanwhile the traditional composites industry is looking at ways to allow more design freedom, accelerate time to market, and reduce the costs for low-production volume.
IDTechEx 3D Printing USA 2018 Award Winner
Infinite Material Solutions were the worthy winners of the annual '3D Printing - Best Development Award' at the IDTechEx Show USA in Santa Clara this week.
Dimension Inx is a 3D printing materials company with a focus biomedical applications. IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed Dimension Inx co-founders Dr Ramille Shah and Dr Adam Jakus on 23 Oct 2018.
3D printing of composites: Key players gather to showcase advancements
3D printing of composites is perceived as a crucial future iteration for many forms of 3D printing. With this in mind, the annual IDTechEx Show, taking place on 14-15 Nov in Santa Clara, CA, will host a dedicated session for this class of materials.
Discovering the latest innovations at 3D Printing USA 2018
The IDTechEx Show! presents 3D Printing USA 2018 in Santa Clara on November 14 & 15, which offers the opportunity for key innovators and end users across several verticals to share their insights and expertise in the leading edge of additive manufacturing. IDTechEx forecasts the total market value of 3D printers, materials and services will be $22 billion by 2028.
Technology Analyst Dr Bryony Core caught up with Ultimaker to find out more about their popular printers and supporting software.
Volkswagen Autoeuropa saves on parts with Ultimaker
With a set of Ultimaker 3 and Ultimaker 2+ printers, engineers and line technicians no longer need to rely on external vendors, instead designing and printing gauges, jigs and fixtures on-demand, reducing tool development time by 95 percent and saving more than 90 percent in production costs.
IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr Bryony Core spoke with Brook Drumm, Founder and CEO of Printrbot, about their latest developments serving 3DP's consumer/hobbyist and education markets.
Airwolf 3D manufacture thermoplastic extrusion 3D printers. The nozzle runs at a hotter temperature than most so it can be used with a wider range of materials. They also sell the filaments.
Ultimaker unveils pioneer program to promote 3D printing
Ultimaker, the leading open source 3D printer manufacturer, announced the official launch of the Ultimaker Pioneer Program designed to connect educators throughout North America who are passionate about bringing 3D printing and design into K - 12 and higher education.
Significant technology short-comings preventing mass adoption of 3DP
Consumer 3D printing has not become a reality. Industrial printing has seen limited innovation. Investor money is now fuelling start-ups.
3D printing tradeshow season continues...
Just a week after Euromold at the Dusseldorf Messe, a lot of the same people joined TCT at the NEC Birmingham.
Who buys consumer-level 3D printers?
Since the first consumer-level 3D printers came on the scene six years ago their sales have grown substantially