Category Archives: Okuma

3D printing news Sliced: the Bloodhound project, Okuma, Stratasys, Nano Dimension

Today in Sliced, our 3D printings news digest, we take a glance at the latest restructuring at Aleph Objects; delve into the Bloodhound supersonic car; seek out the latest 3D printer releases; and even find a robot capable of playing holiday tunes… Companies featured in this article include Snapmaker, Hensoldt, Okuma, Nano Dimension, MIT Enterprise Forum […]

IMTS Highlights: traditional manufacturers integrating additive manufacturing

The International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) 2018, in Chicago, Illinois, where 3D Printing Industry has been reporting live comes to a close this weekend. With a variety of announcements from industry leaders such as HP, EOS,3D Systems and GF Machining Solutions, companies adopting additive manufacturing within its conventional machining systems should also be recognized. Thus, […]

IMTS Highlights: traditional manufacturers integrating additive manufacturing

The International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) 2018, in Chicago, Illinois, where 3D Printing Industry has been reporting live comes to a close this weekend. With a variety of announcements from industry leaders such as HP, EOS,3D Systems and GF Machining Solutions, companies adopting additive manufacturing within its conventional machining systems should also be recognized. Thus, […]

3D printing news sliced Materialise, Avi Reichental, 3D Systems,Toyota Motorsport, Stratasys

How is 3D printing fighting global warming? Can 3D printing contribute to pest control? Will high-precision SLA printers be affordable for the everyday 3D printing enthusiast? In this week’s edition of Sliced, 3D Printing Industry’s news digest, we report stories from Avi Reichental, UnionTech, Materialise, Stratasys, Toyota Motorsport GmbH, and many more. Going green with 3D […]

Okuma stellt neuen hybrid 3D-Drucker vor

okuma logo 1 300x91 - Okuma stellt neuen hybrid 3D-Drucker vor

Okuma ist bekannt als Hersteller von CNC-Maschinen, aber das Unternehmen verzweigt sich nun in die additive Fertigung – oder besser gesagt in die Hybridfertigung. Die Hybridfertigung kombiniert ein oder mehrere Fertigungsverfahren, oft additive und subtraktive Fertigung, in einem Prozess oder in einigen Fällen in einer Maschine. Für einige Arten von Teilen ist es eine der [...]

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