Stratasys, Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS), a leader in polymer 3D printing solutions, today announced that Toyota, a global leader in automotive manufacturing and innovation, has signed an agreement to be the first customer to purchase the new, cutting-edge Stratasys F3300 3D printer.

Industrial 3D printing requires plastic materials that, as printed components, correspond to the performance level of injection-molded components. This is the key to finding application for special components or in the spare parts market without major qualification effort and design adjustments. The standard materials in the plastics industry primarily include PP GF10, PP GF30 or PA6 GF30 - i.e. fiber-reinforced materials.

The spare parts production in the railroad industry is demanding: Aging components are often no longer to be found on the market and must be ordered and manufactured using complex processes. High costs, idle trains, and long delivery times are the result. Nikon SLM Solutions technology can help to overcome this challenge. With its additive manufacturing machines, Nikon SLM Solutions can help customers print parts in weeks, in comparison to months with other manufacturing technologies.

In the world of technical ceramics, quality, precision and innovation are paramount. 3DCeram understands the unique challenges faced by industry pioneers. That's why we offer a groundbreaking solution that sets us apart: fully automated 3D ceramic printing through our choice of technology, Stereolithography. This technology allows us to think big and print even bigger, covering more surface area than ever before.
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Prirevo—a leading, brand-neutral service and system provider for additive manufacturing technologies headquartered in Ried im Traunkreis, Upper Austria—announced a strategic dealership agreement with Eplus3D during the Global Partner Summit in China. As a result, Prirevo will now commence nationwide sales in Austria for SLS and SLM solutions.

Henkel will introduce four new products to its growing portfolio of photopolymer resins for 3D Printing at Formnext 2023 in Frankfurt. The novel innovative materials are set to make a significant impact in many types of industries, offering exceptional performance and versatility.

The global medical device technology market is expected to grow by nearly 5% in the next four years, with additive manufacturing (AM) playing an increasingly important role — enabling the production of parts ranging from diagnostic equipment components and surgical tools to elements for life-changing orthoses and implants. It’s also a manufacturing process that must, like any other for this sector, employ specific safeguards and processes to guarantee the consistent quality of parts produced.

The POLYLINE project achieved to be the first successful implementation of an automated additive manufacturing production line for polymer parts at scale. At the Additive Manufacturing Campus of BMW, the project partners made real 3D printing serial production with high throughput a reality. It is therefore not surprising that after the defined three years’ project time, BMW, DyeMansion, EOS and Grenzebach – four partners of the consortium – draw a very positive balance.

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