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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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Mar 24, 2017 | Product News

NatureWorks Unveils PLA with ABS-rivaling Impact Strength for 3D Filament

NatureWorks’ new Ingeo 3D grade offers PLA filament manufacturers opportunity to expand sales into industrial prototyping and additive manufacturing market with a cost effective product that will...

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Mar 15, 2017 | Product News

DSM at JEC World 2017: Presents Innovative Composite & 3D Printing Solutions

DSM makes its return to JEC World 2017. Company is showcasing its vision and in-depth knowledge to develop a growing portfolio of high-performance composites for automotive industry, along with a...

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Mar 1, 2017 | Product News

Advanc3d Materials Launches Stretchable TPU for 3D Printing

Advanc3d Materials has developed a new TPU, AdSint TPU 80 shA, a rubber-like material which is based on an own synthesized technology, for the 3D printing process. The process stability during...

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Dec 1, 2016 | Product News

Next-Gen Solutions for UV Curable 3D Printing by Sartomer, a Subsidiary of Arkema

Committed to drive technology forward, Sartomer presents NextDimension™, its new range of solutions for UV curable 3D printing. Sartomer, a subsidiary of Arkema, is taking its range to the next...

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Nov 4, 2016 | Product News

Range of New Engineering Resins by Formlabs for 3D Printing

High-temperature resistant resins, durable resins and tough resins – Formlabs has recently announced the launch of high-performance functional resins for engineering applications on the desktop 3D...

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Mar 22, 2017 | Product News

DSM Launches Durable SLA Material for Elevated Temperature 3D Printed Parts

Royal DSM has announced the introduction of Somos® Taurus at the Additive Manufacturing Users Group. New Material has applications in automotive, electronics and aerospace markets where high...

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Mar 3, 2017 | Product News

ELIX Polymers Develops Optimized ABS Grades for 3D Printing

ELIX Polymers has developed additional specialty grades of ABS optimized for 3D printing. The portfolio includes tailored ABS grades for automotive, aerospace, E&E, healthcare and food contact...

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Feb 15, 2017 | Product News

Metal-replacing Composites & 3D Printing Technology by Solvay at JEC World 2017

At JEC World 2017, Solvay will present its technologically advanced light-weighting material solutions for manufacture of high-performance structures for auto & aero. Solvay’s PPSU foams used as a...

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Nov 18, 2016 | Product News

New 3D Printable Silicone Rubber by Dow Corning & RepRap at formnext 2016

Dow Corning in collaboration with RepRap has unveiled Dow Corning® LC-3335 3D Printable Silicone Rubber at formnext 2016. New grade expands design options in automotive, healthcare, cookware...

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Oct 19, 2016 | Product News

New Eco-friendly Thermoplastic for 3D Printing by SK Chemicals at K 2016

At this year’s triennial K show, SK Chemicals is highlighting its wide range of thermoplastic as well as bio-based plastic products for 3D printing, electrical/electronics, appliance, cosmetics, and...

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