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This Channel aims to give technical solutions to optimize your cost and the efficiency of your Rapid Manufacturing and Rapid Prototyping solutions. Rapid prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing processes include selective laser sintering (SLS), stereolithography (SLA), fused deposition modeling (FDM), 3-dimensional printing (3DP), and laminated object manufacturing (LOM). Compared to other rapid manufacturing methods, Selective Laser Sintering can produce parts from a relatively wide range of commercially available powder materials, including polymers (nylon, also glass-filled or with other fillers, and polystyrene). While it began as a way to build prototype parts early in the design cycle, Selective Laser Sintering is increasingly being used in limited run manufacturing to produce end-use parts (rapid manufacturing). 

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May 10-11, 2017 | Industry Event

Printed Electronics Europe
Printed Electronics Europe is focused on the commercialisation of printed, organic and flexible electronics. Meet customers, do business. One of the world's largest event series on printed, organic...

Apr 12, 2017 | Industry News

McLaren 2017 Formula 1 Car to Race Ahead with Stratasys’ 3D Printed Parts

McLaren Racing has expanded its use of Stratasys 3D printing to produce components for its 2017 Formula 1 MCL32 race car with the goal of accelerating design modifications and reducing weight to...

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Apr 10, 2017 | Industry News

Stratasys/SIAEC JV: To Accelerate Adoption of 3D Printed Parts in Aviation

SIA Engineering Company Limited and Stratasys Ltd. have announced jointly the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a strategic partnership to accelerate adoption of 3D printed...

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Apr 5, 2017 | Industry News

Techmer PM Jointly Takes 3D Printed Tooling Tech. for Auto to New Dimensions

Techmer PM has recently collaborated with industry partners to develop tooling equipment via 3D printing. While aerospace industry has led paradigm shift to 3D printed tooling, the automotive sector...

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Apr 3, 2017 | Industry News

Stratasys’ New Dental 3D Printer Enables Clear Aligner Molds

Stratasys Ltd. has recently unveiled the Stratasys J700 Dental™ 3D Printing solution - the fastest PolyJet-based 3D printer for production of clear aligner molds. The solution addresses increased...

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Apr 18, 2017 | Product News

Rubber-like New Durable TPE for Professional 3D Printing by CRP Technology

CRP Technology launches Windform® RL, the first TPE material within Windform family of materials for professional 3D Printing. It is not only suitable for automotive and motorsport applications, but...

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Apr 10, 2017 | Industry News

3D Printed Structure Made from 7km Long Strip of PLA Plastic

Zaha Hadid Architects has recently unveiled a small 3D printed experimental structure, made from 7km long extruded structural strip of PLA, at this year's Milan Design Week. Named after the Greek...

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Apr 5, 2017 | Industry News

Stratasys Partners with MTC to Upsurge Industrial Uptake of 3D Printing Technology

Stratasys has announced that it has partnered with UK's MTC to spearhead the organization's objective to demonstrate new processes and technologies that overcome barriers and push the boundaries of...

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Apr 4, 2017 | Product News

Stratasys Expands 3D Printing Range with Nylon Composite & Rubber-like Material

Stratasys has recently announced two new advanced materials: a carbon fiber-filled thermoplastic strong enough to replace metal components in automotive and a new line of rubber-like high-durability...

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Mar 31, 2017 | Industry News

SABIC’s Innovative Materials Lighten Aircraft Load with Design Freedom

At Aircraft Interiors 2017, SABIC will be showcasing transparent and 3D printing compatible materials that are helping aircraft makers lighten their load and enhance their design capabilities...

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