Essentium, Inc., just introduced the world to its newest High Speed Extrusion (HSE) machine, the HSE™ 280i HT 3D Printer. This powerhouse platform offers world-class print speeds five to 15x faster than competitors. Ready to handle the most demanding applications, it can process high-performance super-polymers, enabling rapid production of parts with excellent dimensional accuracy.

Essentium’s newest High Speed Extrusion (HSE™) machine, the HSE 280i HT 3D Printer, is a powerhouse independent dual extrusion (IDEX) platform that offers the speed, strength, and scale to handle the most demanding applications. However, as a materials-first company, Essentium knows that real innovation happens when advanced technology meets high-quality materials.

Markforged, an NCMS member and creator of the world’s largest metal and carbon fiber additive manufacturing platform, the Digital Forge, today announced that it has distributed its first wave of 3D printers to manufacturers in Michigan as part of Project DIAMOnD.

Engineers at CERN recently succeeded in achieving unprecedented cooling to -40˚C in the extremely confined space of the Large Hadron Collider's photon detector strip. The problem to be solved was very complex. The solution will lead to improved particle detection. But how did the engineers manage to go from a theoretically perfect design to real parts that met their strict specifications?

Ultimaker, the global leader in professional 3D printing, launched its inaugural Innovators List: a celebration of the most unexpected, game-changing and inspirational uses of 3D printing across business and education this year. While 2020 turned out to be a year of disrupted supply chains and lifestyles, working from home drove unexpected digital collaboration and strengthened creativity and innovation. The 2020 Innovator List includes more than 25 visionaries using 3D printing to transform the way people work, think, and live, from the development of face masks, the production of bionic prosthetics, motorcycle parts and bespoke lingerie.

An innovative Swedish company has used its expertise in applying electron beam melting technology to develop a new tooling concept for production of next generation molded fiber containers

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