Category Archives: Jabil

40 3D printing experts, leaders and CEO’s comment on the key events of 2018

The annual 3D Printing Industry review of the year has more insights from additive manufacturing and 3D printing experts than ever. We invited the leaders in our industry to tell us about the most important issues, events, and trends of 2018.  Arno Held, Chief Venture Officer, AM Ventures Next to being awarded Investor of the […]

3D printing news sliced, Tacton, GE Additive, Arkema, KLM, Roboze

In this edition of our 3D printing news digest – Sliced, we look at the expanding Asian market, a customized chest implant and the latest events from across the world. Read on for more from GE Additive, Roboze, KLM, Arkema, Additive Industries, Farsoon, Jabil, prizes for start-ups – and more. The expanding Asian market At the […]

Nano Dimension to expand 3D printed electronics business with $28.8M Nasdaq offering

Israeli 3D printed electronics company Nano Dimension (NASDAQ:NNDM) has submitted an SEC Filing with the hopes of raising $28.8 million in funding. According to the document, the money will be set aside “to expedite our growth and to further advance our breakthrough technologies and commercialization efforts.” Over the past year, Nano Dimension has been quietly expanding […]

Jabil nutzt AM für Schuhe

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Das Produktlösungsunternehmen Jabil hat in den letzten Jahren seinen Fokus auf die additive Fertigung verstärkt und kürzlich so weit gegangen, sein Cloud-basiertes Jabil Additive Manufacturing Network einzuführen. Das Angebot der additiven Fertigung des Unternehmens ist breit, aber derzeit konzentriert sich Jabil vor allem auf einen Bereich – Schuhe. Der 3D-Druck wird ein immer größerer Teil [...]

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IMTS 2018: Is Metal 3D Printing Taking Over?

Halfway through the 2018 International Manufacturing Technology Show, a large digital display flashed a number in excess of 125,000. Attendance is often the most telling indicator of interest and excitement for manufacturing. Of the 2,123 booths covering 1,424,232 sq. ft., only 51 companies represented additive manufacturing. When compared to RAPID+TCT (300+) or formnext (470+), the […]

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 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 […]

Impossible Objects raises $6.4 million in series A funding for composite 3D printer development

Composite-based additive manufacturing (CBAM) developer Impossible Objects has announced the raising of $6.4 million in series A funding. The sum means that, to date, the company has secured a total of $9.2 million in investment led by tech equity specialist OCA Ventures. At Rapid + TCT 2017 Impossible Objects released the pilot of its CBAM Model […]

In Kürze: Jabil setzt Elektronik-3D-Drucker ein, 3D-gedrucktes Surfbrett, Lockheed Martin AM-Lab

Auftragsfertiger Jabil unterzeichnet Leasingvertrag für DragonFly 2020 Elektronik-3D-Drucker  Jabil, US-amerikaischer Auftragshersteller für Elektronikartikel, wird erster kommerzieller Kunde von Nano Dimension und hat einen Leasingvertrag mit dem Hersteller des DragonFly 2020 3D-Druckers für Leiterplatten unterzeichnet. Nano Dimension hat erst kürzlich den Abschluss der Rekrutierungsphase für sein Beta-Programm bekannt gegeben. Unter den Beta-Testern finden sich Unternehmen wie […]

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Jabil becomes first commercial customer of DragonFly 2020 3D printer

3D printed electronics company Nano Dimension (NASDAQ: NNDM) has announced its first commercial partnership with global manufacturing services firm Jabil (NYSE: JBL). The agreement is the start of Nano Dimension’s aforementioned sales transition period outlined by company CEO Amit Dror alongside Q2 2017’s financial results. Rapid adoption of new manufacturing technologies In a bid to […]