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Photocentric launches Liquid Crystal Magna v.2

Photocentric launches Liquid Crystal Magna v.2

3D Printing Progress
May 20, 2022
Optomec Announces Delivery of 600th Industrial Printer

Optomec Announces Delivery of 600th Industrial Printer

Optomec announced another important milestone in its continued growth, with the delivery of its 600th industrial 3D printer. The company has now installed more than 250 of its proprietary LENS Systems for 3D Printed Metal and over 350 of its patented Aerosol Jet Systems, with the majority of its recent machines being used for high ROI production applications.
External Company Press Release
Stratasys Introduces State of the Art 3D Printer for High End Fashion

Stratasys Introduces State of the Art 3D Printer for High End Fashion

Stratasys Ltd has announced the industry's first 3D printer designed specifically for printing direct-to-textile. The Stratasys J850™ TechStyle™ 3D printer, the company's newest PolyJet™ printer, is being launched to meet the unique needs of design and fashion manufacturers, which include 3D printing for high-end, premium textiles and clothing, bags and accessories and footwear.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 11, 2022
Smarter 3D Printing Makes Better Parts Faster

Smarter 3D Printing Makes Better Parts Faster

3D printers may soon get better at producing intricate metal and plastic parts, thanks to new software developed at the University of Michigan that reduces harmful heat buildup in laser powder bed fusion printers.
External Company Press Release
Velo3D Flow 3.0 to Support Print Preparation for Larger Parts

Velo3D Flow 3.0 to Support Print Preparation for Larger Parts

Velo3D Inc announced the release of its Flow 3.0 print preparation software. The new version supports larger models of parts that are able to be manufactured on the company's Sapphire XC (Extra Capacity) printer, which can produce parts that are up to 400% larger than the Sapphire printer.
External Company Press Release
Quinly Automates Prusa in 11 Countries

Quinly Automates Prusa in 11 Countries

Quinly for Prusa MK3S is autonomously running printers in 11 countries around the world, with an installed capacity of 1.2 million automated print hours per year. Quinly allows Prusa owners to queue as many prints as they wish at one time and walk away worry-free as Quinly prints jobs in the queue one-by-one, automatically removing parts, clearing the print bed, and starting the next print without human intervention.
External Company Press Release
Nanoscribe Launches Quantum X Align High Precision 3D Printer

Nanoscribe Launches Quantum X Align High Precision 3D Printer

The Quantum X align is the first 3D printer with advanced 3D alignment capabilities that enables the printing of freeform microoptical elements directly onto optical fibers and photonic chips, setting new standards in the design and fabrication of microoptical elements.
3D Printing Progress
Dec 16, 2021
3D Printing Hardware: On Its Way to an $9.9 Billion Peak

3D Printing Hardware: On Its Way to an $9.9 Billion Peak

In the thirty years since the founding of the 3D printing industry, countless printing technologies have been invented, patented, and commercialized - from fused filament fabrication to digital light processing, selective laser melting to binder jetting, material jetting to sheet lamination, and every unique printing technology in between. With every new technology, the additive manufacturing market has grown its ability to expand into new applications, end-users, and industries. From this perspective, 3D printers can be considered the core foundation underlying the additive manufacturing industry's growth in recent years.
External Company Press Release
Hexagon Implements Additive Build Preparation in ESPRIT CAM

Hexagon Implements Additive Build Preparation in ESPRIT CAM

Computer-aided-manufacturing software introduced today by Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division provides the digital tools needed to prepare 3D-printed components for manufacturing using powder bed fusion technologies.
External Company Press Release
Metal Additive Manufacturing Keeps Getting Bigger

Metal Additive Manufacturing Keeps Getting Bigger

The adoption of metal additive manufacturing is progressing in numerous sectors, with notable use-cases and success stories appearing. The next-generation Sapphire® machine from VELO3D will print up to 1 meter in height, making it the world's tallest laser-powder additive manufacturing system
3D Printing Progress
May 20, 2022
Optomec Announces Delivery of 600th Industrial Printer

Optomec Announces Delivery of 600th Industrial Printer

Optomec announced another important milestone in its continued growth, with the delivery of its 600th industrial 3D printer. The company has now installed more than 250 of its proprietary LENS Systems for 3D Printed Metal and over 350 of its patented Aerosol Jet Systems, with the majority of its recent machines being used for high ROI production applications.
3D Printing Progress
Apr 11, 2022
Smarter 3D Printing Makes Better Parts Faster

Smarter 3D Printing Makes Better Parts Faster

3D printers may soon get better at producing intricate metal and plastic parts, thanks to new software developed at the University of Michigan that reduces harmful heat buildup in laser powder bed fusion printers.
External Company Press Release
Quinly Automates Prusa in 11 Countries

Quinly Automates Prusa in 11 Countries

Quinly for Prusa MK3S is autonomously running printers in 11 countries around the world, with an installed capacity of 1.2 million automated print hours per year. Quinly allows Prusa owners to queue as many prints as they wish at one time and walk away worry-free as Quinly prints jobs in the queue one-by-one, automatically removing parts, clearing the print bed, and starting the next print without human intervention.
3D Printing Progress
Dec 16, 2021
3D Printing Hardware: On Its Way to an $9.9 Billion Peak

3D Printing Hardware: On Its Way to an $9.9 Billion Peak

In the thirty years since the founding of the 3D printing industry, countless printing technologies have been invented, patented, and commercialized - from fused filament fabrication to digital light processing, selective laser melting to binder jetting, material jetting to sheet lamination, and every unique printing technology in between. With every new technology, the additive manufacturing market has grown its ability to expand into new applications, end-users, and industries. From this perspective, 3D printers can be considered the core foundation underlying the additive manufacturing industry's growth in recent years.
External Company Press Release
Metal Additive Manufacturing Keeps Getting Bigger

Metal Additive Manufacturing Keeps Getting Bigger

The adoption of metal additive manufacturing is progressing in numerous sectors, with notable use-cases and success stories appearing. The next-generation Sapphire® machine from VELO3D will print up to 1 meter in height, making it the world's tallest laser-powder additive manufacturing system
External Company Press Release
Stratasys Introduces State of the Art 3D Printer for High End Fashion

Stratasys Introduces State of the Art 3D Printer for High End Fashion

Stratasys Ltd has announced the industry's first 3D printer designed specifically for printing direct-to-textile. The Stratasys J850™ TechStyle™ 3D printer, the company's newest PolyJet™ printer, is being launched to meet the unique needs of design and fashion manufacturers, which include 3D printing for high-end, premium textiles and clothing, bags and accessories and footwear.
External Company Press Release
Velo3D Flow 3.0 to Support Print Preparation for Larger Parts

Velo3D Flow 3.0 to Support Print Preparation for Larger Parts

Velo3D Inc announced the release of its Flow 3.0 print preparation software. The new version supports larger models of parts that are able to be manufactured on the company's Sapphire XC (Extra Capacity) printer, which can produce parts that are up to 400% larger than the Sapphire printer.
External Company Press Release
Nanoscribe Launches Quantum X Align High Precision 3D Printer

Nanoscribe Launches Quantum X Align High Precision 3D Printer

The Quantum X align is the first 3D printer with advanced 3D alignment capabilities that enables the printing of freeform microoptical elements directly onto optical fibers and photonic chips, setting new standards in the design and fabrication of microoptical elements.
External Company Press Release
Hexagon Implements Additive Build Preparation in ESPRIT CAM

Hexagon Implements Additive Build Preparation in ESPRIT CAM

Computer-aided-manufacturing software introduced today by Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division provides the digital tools needed to prepare 3D-printed components for manufacturing using powder bed fusion technologies.
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