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Lowering the Cost of Prototypes with 3ERP

Outsourcing your prototypes can sometimes seem like an unwelcome expense. If your company’s resources are already stretched by the costs of staffing, development and marketing, the prospect of paying another company to create your prototype is not always appealing. But ordering a professionally made prototype doesn’t have to break the bank. Moreover, by selecting an […]

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How 3ERP Bridges the Gap Between Design & Manufacturing

Bringing a product to market can be a long process. Even when you have the perfect design on paper, turning that concept into a usable object represents a big jump. One cannot simply hand a blueprint to a manufacturer and hope that everything turns out fine. The gap between design and manufacturing is a significant […]

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FlashForge Showcased 3 New Printers at Formnext 2018

3D printer manufacturer FlashForge showed off multiple new 3D printers at Formnext. The company brought in its Creator3, Explorer Max and Guider IIS models, demonstrating their diverse functionalities. Flashforge has been having a stellar year for new releases. FlashForge previously debuted 4 different printers at CES in January. They showcased the Creator and the Guider […]

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FlashForge Showcased 3 New Printers at Formnext 2018

3D printer manufacturer FlashForge showed off multiple new 3D printers at Formnext. The company brought in its Creator3, Explorer Max and Guider IIS models, demonstrating their diverse functionalities. Flashforge has been having a stellar year for new releases. FlashForge previously debuted 4 different printers at CES in January. They showcased the Creator and the Guider […]

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Felfil Releases Free Open Source Content For Materials & Evo

From the makers of the Felfil Evo DIY Filament extruder comes a new set of exciting resources for customers. They’ve opened up the ability to download free open source content from their website, enabling users to make their own upgrades to the Evo basic kit. The new content also teaches users how to best make […]

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WayKen Offers High Speed Low-Volume Manufacturing For Finished Products

China-based WayKen Rapid Manufacturing are offering a new class of manufacturing that comprises many different types of methods and processes. They call this new manufacturing workflow ‘Low-Volume Manufacturing’. It’s a high-speed form of prototype-to-product development that works with virtually every engineering material from high-strength thermoplastics to manufacturing metals. The company is offering its services in […]

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The Felfil Evo Allows Users to Make Their Own Filament From Plastic Pellets/Waste

Italian start-up Felfil Srl wants you to make your own filament. Their novel new device, which they’ve dubbed the Felfill Evo, is a great way of reducing a range of different plastics into home-made filaments out of regular pellets or plastic waste. This way, users won’t have to worry about failed prints or wastage again. The […]

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Raise3D’s New Pro2 Series Printers Specialize in Flexible Manufacturing

With the growing demands in the additive manufacturing industry, companies are looking to balance high-volume production with speed and customisability all in one package. The purpose of such an endeavour has been to upend traditional manufacturing. Raise3D’s most recent offering is looking to do just this. Their Pro2 and Pro2 Plus aim to put flexible […]

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Rapid + TCT’s Exhibition Will Feature Major Medical 3D Printing Innovations

2018’s Rapid + TCT is set to be one of the most packed tech expo events of the year. The exhibitions will include a whole range of marvellous new innovations in multiple fields. While there are many industries worth looking out for, a lot of this year’s most exciting exhibitions is the Medical Manufacturing Innovations, […]

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Introducing The Tungsten Carbide Nozzle By Dyze Design

Dyze Design, a Montreal based company, is really pleased to announce the soon-to-be launched Kickstarter campaign for its new product: the Tungsten Carbide Nozzle, a state of the art durability and performance 3D printer nozzle for almost any popular 3d printer on the market, such as Ultimaker, Raise3d, Prusa, Makerbot, Robo, LulzBot, Flashforge and many […]

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