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“Into the Sea” with JAMADE GERMANY and BigRep: Debuting the World’s First Serial 3D Printed Underwater Scooter at the Boot Trade Show in Germany

Opening a new dimension for Additive Manufacturing in serial production: Manufactured with large- format 3D printer the BigRep ONE, the breakthrough AMAZEA underwater scooter by tech company JAMADE GERMANY features 75% 3D printed parts.

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ZER Collection unites style and sustainability through 3D printing

Young brand ZER Collection has revolutionized the Spanish fashion scene by incorporating 3D printing into its designs with a double goal: to accelerate production processes, and to bet on sustainability through the reduction of waste and the use of recycled materials.

BCN3D relies on new partner 3Dörtgen to boost growth in the Turkish 3D printing market

BCN3D and Turkish distributor 3Dörtgen are pleased to announce their partnership with a Distribution Agreement. 3Dörtgen is now entitled to distribute across the Turkish market the well-known BCN3D printers Sigma and Sigmax, as well as the full range of filaments, accessories and spare parts from the Barcelona-based 3D printing company.

Wärtsilä Creates the World’s First 3D Printed CE-Certified Lifting Tool

Markforged, the leading provider of metal and carbon fiber 3D printers, today announced Wärtsilä — a leading technology group servicing the marine and energy markets — has achieved a breakthrough with the development of a 3D printed composite lifting tool for its engines by using Markforged additive manufacturing technology. The tool has been designed, produced, and tested by Wärtsilä in its premises using the company’s Additive Manufacturing Network. The testing procedure was carried out in collaboration with international certification agency Bureau Veritas who has granted the tool Type Approval certification.

AMT Introduces Digital Manufacturing System at Formnext to Facilitate Complete Automation of the Additive Manufacturing Process Chain

At Formnext 2019 in Frankfurt Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Ltd (AMT) launched its proprietary Digital Manufacturing System (DMS). Visitors at Formnext will be the first to witness this innovative and comprehensive post processing system that completes the equation for high volume production applications of additive manufacturing (AM) through digital connectivity and full automation.

Post processing an integral part of additive manufacturing

The post processing of 3D printed parts is an often overlooked stage of the process chain for additive manufacturing (AM). Sometimes referred to as 3D printing’s ‘dirty little secret,’ it is a necessary but frequently labour-intensive discipline that requires considerable manual intervention. Today, post processing remains a major hurdle for companies looking to scale their additive manufacturing (AM) operations for production applications. AMT is one company that is redressing the balance in this area and offers end-to-end solutions that truly unlock the advantages that AM offers for high volume applications.


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