3D printing is unique as a disruptive technology in one key respect, and that is, having disrupted the manufacturing paradigm through the introduction of rapid prototyping some 25-30 years ago, it is now disrupting manufacturing again.
A review into the particulate and gases emitted through 3D print processes has been published by BOFA International.
BOFA International is reinforcing its position as a market leader in portable fume and particulate filtration technology for 3D printing with their new technology designed specifically for high temperature processes.
AIM3D, a manufacturer of multi-material 3D printers, has developed a new, more powerful 3D printer for the CEM (composite extrusion modelling) process.
Kumovis, the Munich-based medical 3D printing start-up, will show its new end-to-end workflow for the additive manufacturing of medical products this fall.
BOFA International is enhancing value for the 3D printing and additive manufacturing sector by redesigning and improving its 3D PrintPRO 4 technology, offering wider filtration airflow ranges and expanded filtration capacity.
The 27th Fakuma international trade fair for plastics processing extends its invitation to the live trade fair in Friedrichshafen from the 12th through the 16th of October, 2021.
Interplas, the UK's leading plastics industry event that showcases manufacturing processes, technologies and services essential to the plastics sector returns to the NEC, Birmingham 28-30 September 2021 after a COVID-19 postponement for 2020.
Evonik has developed a new 3D-printable PEEK biomaterial for medical technology. With Vestakeep Care M40 3DF, the specialty chemicals company is launching a polyether ether ketone filament for medical applications with body contact up to 30 days.
With the desire to improve the circularity of large format additive manufacturing (LFAM), SABIC and Local Motors, a next-generation vehicle manufacturer, completed a joint study on the feasibility of recycling scrap thermoplastic parts and shavings from the 3D printing process.
The specialty chemicals company Evonik and China's largest SLS 3D printer manufacturer Farsoon are strengthening their collaboration in powder-based 3D printing.
Evonik has developed two photopolymers for industrial 3D printing applications and introduces them under the brand names Infinam TI 3100 L and Infinam ST 6100 L.