Entries for April 2017

Simulating Your Way out of 3D Printing’s Problems
MSC has developed two software products for simulating parts before 3D printing them.
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Review: Wohlers Report 2017 Offers Broad Insights into 3D Printing Industry
ENGINEERING.com reviews the latest edition of the 3D printing industry’s key publication, the Wohler...
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Putting PEKK in the 3D Printing Spotlight with Oxford Performance Materials
ENGINEERING.com speaks with CEO of Oxford Performance Materials, Scott DeFelice, about the company’s...
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Admatec Introduces DLP Metal 3D Printing to the Market
ENGINEERING.com speaks to Michiel de Bruijcker, Managing Director of Admatec, about the company’s ce...
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The Fascinating LIFTcell 3D Print Automation System
Coobx has announced a fascinating new 3D printer accessory, the LIFTcell, which provides a significa...
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Desktop Metal Reveals 100x Faster Metal 3D Printing Tech
Desktop Metal unveils its metal 3D printing technology ahead of RAPID 2017.
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Roboze Powers Up the New Roboze One
Roboze, focusing on high temperature desktop 3D printers, has released their most powerful unit Robo...
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How to Engineer a Kidney
ENGINEERING.com speaks with experts in artificial kidney engineering about the technology as it rela...
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Aerojet Rocketdyne Refines 3D Printing for Rocket Engines
ENGINEERING.com speaks to Jay Littles, Director of Advanced Launch Vehicle Propulsion at Aerojet Roc...
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The Coming Proliferation of High Speed Sintering?
In an interview with ENGINEERING.com, high speed sintering inventor Neil Hopkinson discusses Xaar’s ...
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Adidas Uses Carbon’s 3D Printing to Mass-Produce Futurecraft 4D Shoes
Adidas has announced a new line of shoes that feature midsoles 3D printed with Carbon’s Digital Ligh...
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How Do You Integrate 3D Printing into a Big Business? Ask Caterpillar
At AMUG, Caterpillar’s Stacey DelVecchio described the company’s long journey with 3D printing.
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