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Schneider Electric Paves the Way for Digital Transformation with Stratasys Additive Manufacturing

Puente la Reina plant wins Schneider Electric’s ‘Smart Factory’ award for accelerating Industry 4.0 transformation with Stratasys FDM technology

Company reduces dependency on suppliers, increases manufacturing flexibility and accelerates time-to-market


Henkel Leverages In-House Capabilities to Expand Additive Manufacturing Services

Henkel Additive Manufacturing Services supports existing automotive and industrial customers from design to final part manufacturing.
Henkel is announcing today the expansion of its Additive Manufacturing Services, designed primarily for automotive and industrial customers to provide support with 3D printable materials, from design through to final part manufacturing.

WEERG INDUSTRIALIZES PA11 3D PRINTING

Large volumes, competitive prices and green soul

Strength, elasticity and eco-compatibility. These are the pluses that characterize the Polyamide 11, better known as PA11, which is now a fully integrated part of Weerg's 3D printable materials with HP Multi Jet Fusion 5210 technology. The revolutionary Italian e-commerce, which offers online CNC machining and 3D printing, confirms its vocation for innovation by industrializing the processing of this support with a green soul, until now used only for small production quantities made with Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technology.

Redefine Meat Unveils World’s First Alt-Steak Plant-Based Products Using Industrial 3D Printing

Redefine Meat’s Alt-Steak products begin market testing with selected high-end chefs ahead of full market availability in 2021

Redefine Meat today unveils the world’s first Alt-SteakTM plant-based products, with market testing at select high-end restaurants to start later this year. Created using Redefine Meat’s patent-pending 3D meat printing technology, the company’s Alt-Steak products have the texture, flavor and appearance of beef steak and can be produced in the volume and cost to enable large-scale market launch.

DSM takes over part of Clariant’s 3D printing business portfolio to expand rapid market-driven product development solutions

Royal DSM, a global purpose-led, science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, and Clariant, a focused, sustainable and innovative specialty chemical company, announced today an agreement for DSM to take over certain parts of Clariant’s 3D printing business portfolio. The agreement allows DSM to offer customers rapid product development iterations for filaments and pellets based on application needs.

HANNOVER MESSE Digital Days – the program is online

The HANNOVER MESSE Digital Days launch on 14 July with a diverse, top-class program. The event begins with the panel discussion "Forward to the New ‒ New Opportunities for Progress?" featuring Siemens board member Klaus Helmrich; Festo chairman Oliver Jung; BDI president Dieter Kempf; Friedhelm Loh Group owner and chairman Friedhelm Loh; Robert Bosch managing director Rolf Najork; and SAP board member Thomas Saueressig.

PACKAGING MACHINERY GIANT, MARCHESINI GROUP, ADOPTS CUSTOMIZED PRODUCTION BUSINESS MODEL WITH STRATASYS 3D PRINTING

Company overcomes the limitations of traditional manufacturing for on-demand, cost-effective production of machinery parts

Twelve industrial-grade Stratasys 3D printers run round-the-clock, making it one of Stratasys’ largest European customers

Exhibitor advisory board supports health and hygiene concept for Formnext 2020

Formnext 2020 is set to take place as scheduled in Frankfurt from 10 – 13 November 2020, but with a revised innovative trade fair format including a comprehensive health protection concept and a new digital component. The leading international trade fair for additive manufacturing and modern industrial production is thus sending an important message to the additive manufacturing world and the exhibition industry as a whole.

HP and BASF expand industrial alliance to promote digital manufacturing

Market leaders supply the first polypropylene (PP) for industrial additive manufacturing; joint development of new applications for major customers; joint go-to-market initiatives to expand the market and exploit opportunities for sustainable market impact
- BASF, the world's leading chemical company, is working with technology leader HP to advance manufacturing through innovative new materials, the joint development of advanced applications with market-leading customers and go-to-market initiatives
- First industrial-grade sustainable polypropylene (PP) developed for the HP Jet Fusion 5200 3D Printing System to accelerate manufacturing by providing the best performance/cost ratio
- By jointly developing new PP applications, these material innovations enable first-time partners such as Extol, Forecast 3D, Henkel, Oechsler, Prototal and others to achieve unprecedented levels of profitability, speed up their design process and produce high-quality 3D printed parts faster
- Cooperation enables joint commitment to sustainable production and the development towards a low-carbon recycling economy

OECHSLER and HP cooperate to scale 3D printing applications from industry leaders

Industry leaders work together to accelerate the development and mass production of 3D printed parts in the automotive, appliance, medical and other industries
- New industrial alliance to support market-leading customers in the automotive, household and commercial appliance, and medical sectors in expanding digital manufacturing and developing new applications;
- OECHSLER's fleet of HP Jet Fusion 5200 3D printers offers advanced features, unprecedented economics and high quality parts manufacturing;
- Joint development of high-performance mesh structures and innovative new applications with both BASF's new polypropylene (PP) and HP's comprehensive range of materials

HP offers new growth and application opportunities for the 3D printing industry with new polypropylene material

HP expands 3D presence with new PP material for components and expanded cooperation with BASF and Oechsler as well as new Metal Jet customers
- New HP 3D High Reusability Polypropylene (PP) material was developed together with BASF and strengthens the existing partnership
- Further cooperations with Extol, GKN Powder Metallurgy/Forecast 3D, Henkel, Oechsler and Prototal open up new market potential
- New industrial partnership with Oechsler drives personalization in the automotive industry and other sectors and reduces complexity

DOMO Chemicals and ZARE boost Sinterline 3D-printed parts manufacturing

DOMO Chemicals-ZARE partnership strengthens 3D-printed parts proposition

Sinterline® Technyl® PA6 powders combined with ZARE parts production capabilities will be a reference for OEMs and Tier parts suppliers
Partnership will also take advantage of the HUB by Sinterline platform


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