Stratasys, (NASDAQ: SSYS) a maker of additive manufacturing machines for prototyping and producing plastic parts, announced two more programs in its environmental stewardship initiative, announced last year. The programs include an ambitious … [Read more...] about Stratasys offers a better way to dispose of spent rapid prototyping material carriers
EOS, a leading supplier of laser-sintering systems, will showcase advanced e-Manufacturing solutions for dental crowns, bridges and implants at this year’s International Dental Show (IDS) show taking place in Cologne/Germany. This digitalized … [Read more...] about EOS highlights advances in dental e-manufacturing
From three days to three hours with three times the number of prototypes, in-house 3D printing keeps medical device design development competitive. Prototypes are essential to the medical device design process; they are used to check everything … [Read more...] about 3D printer proves iteration is key to good design
A Smithsonian curator and the CEOs of four companies who have pioneered the development of additive manufacturing will be featured speakers at RAPID 2011 Conference & Exposition in conjunction with the 3D Imaging event, at the Hyatt Regency in … [Read more...] about RAPID 2011; Simthsonian Curator and founding fathers of additive manufacturing to speak
Quickparts®, a 3D Systems company (NASDAQ: TDSC), announced the immediate availability of its enhanced quoting capabilities through QuickCutCNC™. This new rapid CNC machining service provides online, interactive quotations for all custom CNC … [Read more...] about Quickparts announces enhanced rapid CNC machining service
Can you use subtractive processes to make parts out of metal material? Of course. Can you use additive processes to make parts out of metal material? Yes, but . . . The ability to use additive processes to create metal parts is growing. Both … [Read more...] about For metals:should you go additive or subtractive?
Lockheed Martin engineers at the Missiles and Fire Control business are using NVision’s HandHeld laser scanner in a reverse engineering, rapid prototyping application to assure the fit of accessories to aircraft exteriors and interiors is positioned … [Read more...] about For Lockheed Martin, 3D scanner assures the right fit the first time
3D Systems continues to acquire companies in the rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing arena. The latest is its acquisition of Accelerated Technologies, Inc. (“ATI”), a Texas based provider of custom parts services. Said a company … [Read more...] about 3D Systems acquires Accelerated Technologies Inc.
CCE, a leading engineering software and services provider, announced the release of EnSuite with new tools for reverse engineering and rapid prototyping applications. EnSuite’s Model Compare function has been extended to compare Native CAD data with … [Read more...] about More CAD programs including features for reverse engineering and rapid prototyping
Rapidform XOR enables Local Motors to accelerate their time to market using the power of 3D scanning. More than a new custom car, Local Motors is developing a community to bring the designer, the manufacturer and the enthusiast together to build a … [Read more...] about 3D Scanning helps Local Motors with its Open Source Cars