Arcam upbeat on first half figures

The Swedish company Arcam, which makes electron beam melting metal printers for the additive manufacturing market, has issued its interim figures for the first half of this year, from January to June. Arcam is now part of the GE Group since GE bought the majority of its shareholding last year. Continue reading “Arcam upbeat on first half figures”

Airbus selects Stratasys Direct Manufacturing

Airbus has chosen Stratasys Direct Manufacturing to produce 3D printed polymer parts for use on A350 XWB aircraft. The company will print non-structural parts such as brackets, and other parts used for system installation, using Stratasys’ Ultem 9085 material on its FDM production 3D Printers. Continue reading “Airbus selects Stratasys Direct Manufacturing”

Mimaki expands into 3D printing

Back in 2015, Mimaki announced that it would develop a 3D printer and earlier this year the company made good on this promise, demonstrating a preproduction version of the Mimaki 3DUJ-P at a number of events including the Fespa Hamburg show.

Mimaki has developed this 3D printer and the associated software that goes with it.

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