Category Archives: Nano Dimension

3D Printing News Sliced, Nano Dimension, GEFERTEC, Huisman, BigRep, GE Additive

In this week’s edition of our 3D printing news digest, Sliced asks and answers the following questions:  How can 3D printers strengthen the U.S Department of Defense? Can 3D prosthetics rehabilitate man’s best friend? Will 3D printed models help dissolve political tensions?   All this and more from the likes of Nano Dimension, GE Additive, […]

Jabil cuts manufacturing time and costs with Ultimaker 3D printers

Jabil, a global manufacturing services company, has achieved significant cost and time reductions for low-to-medium volume manufacturing by integrating Ultimaker 3D printers at their Auburn Hills facility. Slashing turn-around times The Auburn Hills facility has been exploring the use of Ultimaker 3D printers to produce tooling, fixtures and jigs in-house. Previously the facility out-sourced fabrication […]

3D printing news Sliced, NASA, Gucci, MSF and Oak Ridge National Laboratory

What connection does 3D printing have to a 19th Century German philosopher? How can 3D printing turn virtual space-ships into a reality? How did 3D printing take one Streamliner vehicle beyond 200mph? This edition of 3D printing news Sliced features stories from the Government of Hamburg, GoPrint3D, Gravity Sketch, Nano Dimension, OMNI3D, LPW, Jugnoo, GEM Platform, Carpenter, FITNIK, Print My […]

3D printed electronics online on-demand service launched by Nano Dimension

Multimaterial 3D printing is exemplified no better than in the area of 3D printed electronics. The ability to create printed circuit boards (PCBs) on demand has the potential to transform localized electronics production and prototyping from the the armed forces to consumer goods, and every industry in-between. To meet a growing demand for rapid electronics production, Israeli […]

Weltweit erstes Online-Service für 3D-gedruckte Elektronik

Nano Dimension, Entwickler und Hersteller des Dragonfly 2020 3D-Druckers für Leiterplatten, startet ab sofort ein Online-Service für 3D-gedruckte Elektronik und wird somit auch zum Dienstleister. Designer und Ingenieure haben damit Zugriff auf das weltweit erste On-Demand Service für Elektronik-Prototypen und Kleinserienproduktion. Zum Einsatz kommen die DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D-Drucker, das industrielle Pendant zur Desktop-Version. Mit […]

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Weltweit erstes Online-Service für 3D-gedruckte Elektronik

Nano Dimension, Entwickler und Hersteller des Dragonfly 2020 3D-Druckers für Leiterplatten, startet ab sofort ein Online-Service für 3D-gedruckte Elektronik und wird somit auch zum Dienstleister. Designer und Ingenieure haben damit Zugriff auf das weltweit erste On-Demand Service für Elektronik-Prototypen und Kleinserienproduktion. Zum Einsatz kommen die DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D-Drucker, das industrielle Pendant zur Desktop-Version. Mit […]

Der Beitrag erschien bei 3Druck.com unter der URL Weltweit erstes Online-Service für 3D-gedruckte Elektronik

3D printing news Sliced Precision ADM, Carbon, LiDAR and the Cheddar Man

Who is the Cheddar Man? Can 3D printing improve healthcare? Looking for a new 3D printing challenge? In Sliced we collect the latest 3D printing to provide our readers with the most up-to-date coverage of the technology as possible. Today’s edition features: Lost Maya pyramids, Stanford University Libraries, MX3D, SpaceX, the Paramount Group, Allianz, Local Motors, Nano […]

3D printing news Sliced HP, Carbon, Proto Labs, Jeju National University

Are graphene seal whiskers the future of smart sensors? How can you make new 3D printer materials using light? What can you do to improve the strength and appearance of low-cost 3D printed parts? All these questions and more, from adidas, Siemens, CollPlant, Proto Labs and South Korea, answered in today’s edition of Sliced 3D printing […]