Being among the oldest companies in manufacturing technologies, Thermwood is not one for going small with new inventions. Their latest foray into large-scale manufacturing is a massive FDM printhead with some amazing stats. The printhead is a fairly massive component for an FDM printer and is indicative of a move toward large scale manufacturing in […]
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While metal printing is highly coveted within the additive manufacturing industry, most of the focus is on large / huge devices. This is natural considering that metal prints are far more relevant to large firms and large-scale industrial production. As a result, these massive printers dominate the metal printing discussion. However, there are still many […]
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Appliance production giant Siemens has moved forward on its plans for 3D printing. The famed company has recently announced its plans to develop a part manufacturing platform that connects users in the industry globally. The project is spearheaded by their Product Lifecycle Management business division. Siemens has aimed the platform at various professionals within the […]
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Rize is a company comprised of various experts with prior experience in the Additive Manufacturing industry. Their Rize One is a promising development in the world of 3D printing. The company set out with the aim to produce an easy to use, reasonably priced, industrial desktop 3D printer. The Rize One and its APD technology […]
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Effective and quick metal 3D Printing is tantamount to the Holy Grail of additive manufacturing. Companies are in a full-scale arms race to establish the most effective means of moulding metal into malleable forms and in accordance, sales have been rising annually. Metal 3D printing is poised to kickstart a whole new renaissance in manufacturing. […]
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WASP (World’s Advanced Saving Project) is not just your average 3D printing manufacturer. With its roots in the world of Open-source, WASP manufactures professional 3D printers with the aim to encourage sustainable development and in-house production. DeltaWASP 3MT WASP’s continuous research on extrudable materials led to ceramic, porcelain and even cement printing. Their latest project, […]
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By Samuel Adams
Stratasys (SSYS) released today its financial results for the last quarter 2015 and for the year 2015.
After a string of difficult quarters in 2014 and 2015, the company looks like it managed to stabilize its operations. Revenues at $173M in the last quarter are in line with the company’s last forecast and shows a 3% increase from Q3/15. More importantly here are the highlights of today’s release:
adjusted net income is just at breakeven,
the net cash position has slightly increased to 258M$.…
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By Tyler Koslow
Last time I reported on large-scale, industrial-strength 3D printer manufacturer 3D Platform, their 3DP1000 was making a name for itself within companies and research laboratories across the world. Formerly known as 3DP Unlimited, the Illinois-based 3D Platform has just announced their newest large-scale 3D printer, the 3DP Workbench. The 3DP Workbench has a massive build area of 1m x 1m x 0.5m, and also utilizes industrial-grade mechatronics, which enables precision prints with a 70-micron layer resolution. Planning to release the 3DP Workbench at the end of Q1 2016, 3DP has engineered and designed their newest industrial-grade 3D printer to a more improved and convenient experience all-around.…
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By Michael Molitch-Hou
Zhuhai CTC Electronic Co. has quickly grown from a manufacturer of 2D printers to FDM 3D printers to a producer of a wide variety of 3D printing technologies. With the opening of a large-scale factory and an office in London, the Chinese company seems to have its eyes set on taking over the industry with its low-cost 3D printers. Now, CTC is following up its 4-in-1 hybrid machine and affordable SLA printer with their first industrial machine, the Riverbase 500.
CTC Riverbase 500 (PRNewsFoto/Zhuhai CTC Electronic Co., Ltd)
The $86,000 Riverbase 500 is an industrial SLA machine that relies on laser galvanometer scanning, the same process that many SLA and SLS machines use, in which a mirror bounces the laser onto the print area instead of relying on movement by the laser itself.…
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By Tyler Koslow
There’s been a lot of buzz building up around the Israel-based 3D printing company Massivit 3D, who have taken large-scale 3D printing to the next level with their unique technology and a printing volume of 1200 x 1500 x 1800 mm. Massivit 3D showcased their 3D printing capabilities recently by printing a two meter shark for the Silence of the Sharks campaign, a demonstration against the hunting of these majestically viscous sea creatures. And, while they were busy helping to save the sharks, it seems that the 3D printing giant Stratasys had taken notice of Massivit 3D’s large-scale 3D printing technology (perhaps from the window of Stratasys’ own Israel HQ!).…
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