Category Archives: Terry Wohlers

Stratasys begins shipping Fortus 380mc Carbon Fiber Edition 3D printer

Stratasys has commenced shipping of its latest FDM 3D printer designed to address the growing demand of carbon-fiber composite applications. The Fortus 380mc Carbon Fiber Edition (CFE) industrial 3D printer, priced at $70,000, is the cost-effective option from Stratasys’ high-end production 3D printer range which is priced from $200,000. “Our customers are pushing us for […]

RAPID + TCT 2018 the 3D Printing Industry preview

Next week I will be reporting live for 3D Printing Industry from RAPID + TCT 2018 in Fort Worth, Texas. For any visitors and exhibitors at the Fort Worth Convention Center, please say hello if you see me. You can also catch me over on Twitter where I will be sharing all the latest news […]

RAPID + TCT 2018 the 3D Printing Industry preview

Next week I will be reporting live for 3D Printing Industry from RAPID + TCT 2018 in Fort Worth, Texas. For any visitors and exhibitors at the Fort Worth Convention Center, please say hello if you see me. You can also catch me over on Twitter where I will be sharing all the latest news […]

INTERVIEW: Terry Wohlers on the 2018 Wohlers Report, explosive growth in 3D printing

The Wohlers Report 2018 was published last week. As in previous years, I caught up with Principal Author Terry Wohlers to learn more. The Wohlers Report is always eagerly awaited and regarded by many as the definitive guide to our industry. The vast amount of data provided has launched a thousand power-point presentations, and makes […]

HP full color Jet Fusion 300/500 3D printers price and technical specifications

HP has expanded its range of award-winning Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 3D printers with a suite of lower-cost, full-color 3D printers. The Jet Fusion 300 / 500 series was announced today at the SOLIDWORKS World exhibition in Los Angeles, where the company has also inked a partnership with SOLIDWORKS 3D design software developer Dassault Systèmes. In a […]

3D Printing at SOLIDWORKS World 2018, new products and exclusive discounts

SOLIDWORKS World 2018 is the 20th anniversary of what software developer Dassault Systèmes describes as the 3D design event of the year. Having attended many Dassault Systèmes events ,including the launch of SOLIDWORKS 2018 and Design in the Age of Experience during Milan’s Design Week, SOLIDWORKS World 2018 is expected to continue the high standard […]

Carbon extends software to add enhanced simulation and increase efficiency

Carbon, the 3D manufacturing company behind Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS), has announced a suite of new software tools to advance 3D printing. Users of Carbon’s resin-based 3D printer range will now be able to benefit from software that allows first-time printing, optimization of support material and minimizes the requirement for post-processing. The update is supported […]

Wohlers Report 2017: 3D-Druck-Industrie um 17,4% gewachsen

Das Consultingunternehmen Wohlers Associates präsentiert dieses Jahr bereits zum 22. Mal eine ausführliche Analyse über den Bereich der Additiven Fertigung mit dem Wohlers Report 2017. Wohlers Associates gilt unumstritten als das führende Beratungsunternehmen im Bereich der additiven Fertigung und hat seinen diesjährigen Bericht, der sich über 344 Seiten erstreckt, auf Daten von 100 Dienstleistern, 61 Herstellern von […]

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Aeroswift: Riesiger Metall-3D-Drucker soll Flugzeugteile für Boeing und Airbus produzieren

Der Aeroswift Großformat 3D-Drucker aus Südafrika soll bald Metallkomponenten für die Flugzeugbauer Boeing und Airbus fertigen. Aeroswift ist ein in 2011 gegründetes und von der südafrikanischen Regierung gefördertes Projekt und eine Kooperation zwischen Aerosud, einem Unternehmen das sich auf Fertigungslösungen im Bereich Luftfahrt spezialisiert hat, sowie der südafrikanischen Organisation für wissenschaftliche und industrielle Forschung (CSIR). Ziel des Projekts ist […]

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