Ultimaker, the global leader in professional 3D printing, today announced that Hänssler Group, German experts in sealing technology, plastics technology and additive manufacturing, uses the Ultimaker S5 and Kimya’s ABS-ESD to cost-effectively produce 300 highly accurate sealant parts annually with anti-electrostatic properties.

Neles has delivered its first valve with a 3D printed valve body for field testing. Except for the body, the valve is a standard T5-series ball valve made of stainless steel. It will be tested at Teollisuuden Voima’s power plant in Finland. The project is done in cooperation with Teollisuuden Voima and Fortum.

Huaxiang Group, a privately owned medical 3D printing solution provider founded in 2014, and Dr. Wang Wenjun’s Spinal Surgery team from First Affiliated Hospital of University of South China, recently received category 3 medical device clearance from China’s National Medical Products Administration (refer to as NMPA), for its Porous Spine Fusion Cages produced on Farsoon metal systems --- this marks the very first approved orthopedic implants built by metal laser powder bed fusion technology in China.

At Autodesk, we are increasingly seeing the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry use the power of the cloud to collaborate through challenges—those that can be anticipated and even those no one saw coming. To be able to design for and bounce back from disruption is the definition of resilience and has taken on even greater importance in the yet-to-be-defined “new normal” we are living.

DMM is the largest 3D printing service bureau in Japan. They are a full-service agency that offers a variety of solutions including, cloudbased contract modeling services, 3D printing consultation, rental services, and complete operation. They print more than 1.5 million parts a year on a fleet of 50+ industrial printers that utilize a wide range of materials such as advanced plastics, resins, and metals.

By Edvin Hernandez, NSWCCD

The Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC) holds a collection of valuable artifacts, each one containing a unique chapter of U.S. naval history. In August, NHHC contacted Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division in West Bethesda, Maryland, to support 3D scanning of USS Saginaw’s surviving gig, which is a small whaling boat generally used as the captain’s taxi.

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