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MakerBot Launches METHOD X, Brings Real ABS 3D Printing to Manufacturing

METHOD X amplifies accessible 3D printing with real ABS, a 100°C build chamber, and SR-30 supports designed for end-use parts and manufacturing tools;

Powered by Stratasys, METHOD X provides dimensional accuracy, precision, and reliability at a fraction of industrial 3D printing costs


DSM launches I AM Tomorrow Challenge to drive innovation in 3D printing

Royal DSM, a global science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living recently announced the I AM Tomorrow Challenge, an acceleration program for startups and scaleups focused on data analytics, AI and other advanced software solutions for large-scale 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing. Launched in collaboration with HighTechXL, Hexagon, and Ultimaker, the challenge offers select companies a spot in a ten-week acceleration program designed to launch or mature their businesses. After the acceleration program, participating startups may be eligible for funding or a partnership with DSM.

New Delta WASP 2040 PRO prints thermoplastic and ceramic materials

Ideal for digital fabrication and schools

If there is a printer that more than all embodies the 3D printing Made in Italy’s essence, this is certainly the Delta WASP 2040. Small, fast, precise: with its unique style has become hugely popular. It allowed WASP to progress in its mission to respond to human needs: home, health, energy, food, art and culture. By purchasing Delta WASP 2040 a lot of people over the years helped WASP’s project of building the BIG Delta 12M, the world’s largest 3D printer.

The purmundus challenge 2019 takes additive manufacturing to the next dimension Vineeta Manglani

‘Beyond 3D printing’ is the theme of this year’s purmundus challenge, the ideas competition for imaginative, aesthetic and trend-setting product ideas and innovative projects. Once again in 2019, the competition will serve as the international trend radar for creative developments in additive manufacturing. The winners and finalists of the purmundus challenge will be appearing in a special showcase at Formnext 2019 over all four days of the show.

XJet 3D printed antenna to enable University of Delaware to unlock super-fast 5G network

XJet NanoParticle Jetting: the only technology able to solve the manufacturing and performance issues of Passive Beam Steering for superfast antenna applications

Isotropic, 100 percent density materials combined with accuracy and surface finish of XJet NPJ deliver the application


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