Corel has launched the latest version of its CAD program, CorelCAD 2018, designed for 2D drawing, 3D modeling, and 3D printing. Continue reading “Corel releases CAD 2018 software”
Concept Laser, which is now part of GE Additive, has laid the foundation for a new 3D campus facility in Lichtenfels, Germany as part of a €105 million investment. Continue reading “Concept Laser to build new 3D campus”
Stratasys has signed an agreement with Philips to link the Philips IntelliSpace Portal 10 and Stratasys Direct Manufacturing’s parts-on-demand service in a bid to extend the use of 3D printing in medical modelling. Continue reading “Stratasys works with Philips for medical models”
BASF and Xaar have been working together to improve the Photopolymer Jetting (PPJ) process also known as Material Deposition, having shown off some of the preliminary lab tests earlier this month at the Formnext show. Continue reading “Xaar collaborates with BASF for polymer jetting”
EnvisionTec has announced a new entry-level desktop 3D printer, the Aria. It’s said to be suitable for desktop makers of jewelry, consumer goods such as toys and miniatures as well as some industrial parts. Continue reading “EnvisionTec launches Aria desktop 3D printer”
Prodways used last week’s Formnext to show off a new plastic material, PA612-GB 3800, the first PA6-12T plastic powder on the 3D printing laser sintering market. It’s been designed for production of small and medium final parts rather than prototyping. Continue reading “Prodways shows new plastic material and metal forging”
Materialise has developed a version of its e-Stage software for working with metal. The e-stage software automatically generates supports. Stefaan Motte, vice president of Materialise Software, claims that “55 percent of all the large SLA machines are using e-Stage” and that this saves an average of two hours per build. Continue reading “Materialise releases e-Stage for Metal”
GE has revealed the first beta machine from its Project Atlas, which stands for Additive Technology Large Area System. The aim of this project is to develop the next generation large additive machines, which in turn will be used to produce large complex metal parts.