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Dustless Technologies embarks on 3D printing revolution

Additive manufacturing helps bypass overseas manufacturing and streamline product development

Dustless Technologies makes universal and cost-effective dust collection systems, helping to make cleaning up easier for contractors and DIY professionals. It has built products for and worked with almost all major tool manufacturers including Milwaukee, Bosch, Hilti, and DeWalt.

Manufacture Parts as Big as 6ft in Size with Imaginarium & Builder 3D

Builder 3D Printers are one of the biggest industrial FDM 3D printers available today on the market. Imaginarium is proud to be now called Builder 3D's master reseller in India. Now manufacturing parts as big as 6ft in size in just a click of a button. Builder 3D has a reputation for providing a fleet of robust, reliable, versatile and easy to use 3D Printers that streamline your workflow and deliver quality results.

Evonik expands its portfolio of UV-curable silicone release coatings with the launch of TEGO RC 1442

Globally available cationic UV-curable silicone offers excellent release coating quality

New coating material strengthens Evonik's position in the global self-adhesive market
Continued growth of online commerce increases demand for high-performance label and packaging solutions

Hexagon enables big ambitions for Directed Energy Deposition DED additive manufacturing

Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division has revealed new developments that advance the application of Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technologies to industrial applications, including collaborations with printer manufacturers pro-beam, Sciaky, DM3D, Gefertec and Meltio.

Inside the imagination of Creator Giaco Whatever

The last 10 years have been the decade of manufacturing democratization. Prototyping of all kinds of products is now definitely doable for anyone. While CAD software is basically free to start with, machines like 3D printers and CNC mills are also not only very inexpensive but also crazy powerful.

Replique and BASF Forward AM’s food safe 3D printing process for Miele

German 3D printing platform Replique and BASF Forward AM’s material experts are working together to create parts for home appliances manufacturer Miele, using a food safe 3D printing process for parts in contact with consumable goods. IDEX technology ensured a fast-tracked, profitable process for this low volume batch production.


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