In recent years Fespa has hosted a growing number of textile printers of all shapes and sizes aimed at everything from soft signage to garment production, which has reflected the chaotic state of this emerging market.
GE Additive has updated its Concept Laser M2 cusing and M2 cusing Multilaser machines with improvements to productivity and reliability as well as lower operating costs. Continue reading “GE updates M2 3D metal printer”
Prodways is to launch a new compact 3D printer, the ProMaker LD-3, which is aimed at the dental, jewelry, education or prototyping industries. Continue reading “Prodways announces LD-3 3D printer”
Mouvent, which is effectively the inkjet subsidiary of Bobst, has signed a number of strategic partnerships with the principal distributors of textile printing solutions in Italy, Turkey, India and China. Continue reading “Mouvent strengthens textiles position”
Stratasys has signed a five year deal with the Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing (ACAM), part of the Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen Campus, and which specialises in R&D. Continue reading “Stratasys cooperates with German 3D centre”
Materialise and HP have entered into an exclusive agreement with RSPrint to set up an end to end solution to manufacture fully customized 3D-printed insoles. Continue reading “Materialise and HP combine to manufacture insoles”
Smurfit Kappa, which is one of Europe’s largest producers of corrugated packaging, has invested in EFI’s Nozomi inkjet printer. Continue reading “Smurfit Kappa picks EFI Nozomi”
Kornit will introduce a new Storm HD6 garment printer at next week’s Fespa show, effectively updating the Storm platform with the HD technology. Continue reading “Kornit adds HD printing to Storm series”
Sabic has announced three new filaments for use with FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) 3D printers. They’re meant for end-use parts as well as prototypes. Continue reading “Sabic launches three new 3D filaments”
In a couple of week’s time many of us will head over to Berlin for this year’s Fespa show and it’s a good bet that many of the new printers on show will be fitted with LED lamps for UV curing.