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DyeMansion announces expansion of Powershot portfolio

On 24 March, the post-processing pioneers will introduce the all-new Powershot Performance Series alongside a new generation of their classic Powershot C & S models. The Powershot Performance Series is designed for industrial additive manufacturing users, targets volume applications and will be rolled out with selected pilot customers.

Nexa3D Delivers New Everlast Membrane to Extend Series Production Runs with Less Downtime

Extends printing life by more than 25X compared to alternative vats and trays on the market

Reduces down time and waste for membrane changes, delivering longer production runs
Overcomes alternative tech constraints associated with clouding, aging and doming effects
Delivers consistent optical and power transmittance for long lasting production runs

Exploring the structure of space

Weerg 3D prints components for the KM3NeT project of the Dutch Institute of Subatomic Physics
Nikhef, the Dutch National Institute of Subatomic Physics, is carrying out research on the building blocks of our universe, their mutual forces and the structure of space and time. There are many questions to be answered regarding spectacular objects in the Universe such as black holes.

AMEXCI and SLM Solutions strengthen partnership to industrialise metal-based additive manufacturing

AMEXCI, an additive manufacturing company founded by eleven Nordic industrial companies, and selective laser melting pioneer SLM Solutions are strengthening their partnership. The common goal is to accelerate the industrialisation of metal-based additive manufacturing. To achieve this and secure the basis for highest productivity and consistent part quality, AMEXCI has invested in the SLM®500 Selective Laser Melting machine, equipped with four 700W lasers.

NCMS Member Markforged Distributes its 3D Printers to Project DIAMOnD to Print Emergency PPE

Markforged, an NCMS member and creator of the world’s largest metal and carbon fiber additive manufacturing platform, the Digital Forge, today announced that it has distributed its first wave of 3D printers to manufacturers in Michigan as part of Project DIAMOnD. An initiative created by Automation Alley, Project DIAMOnD is dedicated to improving manufacturers’ agility and resiliency by helping them scale up their Industry 4.0 activity. More than 200 manufacturers have already received their printers and are ready to print personal protective equipment (PPE) when called upon to do so. In the meantime, they can also use the printers for creating parts critical to serving and growing their manufacturing operations.

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