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3D printing software provider, 3YOURMIND has expanded its services in the US making a previously temporary San Francisco office a permanent location. Its aim is to acquire more American customers after success in Europe. more

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atum3D DLP Station 4

atum3D

Additive manufacturing leaders, atum3D have released the DLP Station 4 printer based on Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology. The DLP Station 4 can personalise products and upgrade on the fly, helping to eliminate all lead time. more

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Prodways 3D printer

Prodways

Groupe Gorge subsidiary, Prodways has recently announced two partnerships which will expand their presence in additive manufacturing. The relationships with Cerhum and Arkema will advance their knowledge of ceramics and polymers respectively. more

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Vice President & General Manager at GE Additive, Mohammad Ehteshami talks exclusively to TCT Magazine about the company's grand vision for 3D printing from the formnext 2016 show floor. more

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Polygonica 2.0 software

MachineWorks

The leading manufacturer of component technology for processing polygon meshes have been showcasing the Polygonica 2.0 at the formnext exhibition. Users can operate interactively and manipulate point cloud data according to the results on-the-fly. more

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Farsoon Technologies and Laser Sintering Service have announced a strategic partnership on the last day of the formnext 2016 exhibition. Farsoon also launched the 403P series plastic laser sintering system. more

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Carima and Materialise formnext 2016

Materialise

Materialise have announced at formnext 2016 that Korean 3D printer manufacturer, Carima will bundle their recently launched Materialise Magics Print software to their line of Digital Light Processing printers. more

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Concept Laser M Line Factory

Concept Laser

Concept Laser have launched the M Line Factory at formnext. For the first time, part production as well as set-up and dismantling processes will take place in two independent machines, allowing them to be operated physically separate from one another more

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Showcasing two of 3DCeram's 3D printing solutions at formnext 2016, CEO, Richard Gaignon, pauses to talk about the importance of ceramics in the additive manufacturing industry and why the materials are becoming so widely used. more

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GE Additive

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GE Additive stole the show on the second day of formnext 2016, with a series of big announcements as they aim to accelerate the additive revolution. Following on from their acquisition of Concept Laser, GE want to develop a global network of AM. more

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Wide-format inkjet printer manufacturer, Roland DG Corporation have been showcasing its new ceramic 3D printing technology at formnext. Here, Peter Kettle discusses the new printer and its potential. more

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Stratasys Fortus 900mc

Stratasys

Stratasys and Siemens have today announced a formal partnership to integrate the former’s additive manufacturing solutions with the latter’s Digital Factory solutions. Stratasys have also introduced the next edition of their Fortus 3D printer series. more

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Wide-format inkjet printer manufacturer, Roland DG Corporation will be showcasing the potential of its new ceramic 3D printing technology using alumina powder at formnext. more

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Two of additive manufacturing’s leading metal developers promise to deliver exciting opportunities to the industry as they co-locate at formnext 2016. LPW are to deliver a series of seminars, while 3DSIM showcase two new software products. more

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LPW Technology will welcome a new Trumpf TruPrint 1000 metal additive manufacturing machine to its Cheshire base, the first of its kind in the UK. The TruPrint 1000 is expected to sizeably enhance LPW’s AM research and development capabilities. more

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