By Cimquest Marketing|2023-03-24T08:11:55-04:00March 24th, 2023|Categories: 3D Printing / Additive Mfg, Desktop Metal|
Desktop Metal has compiled the top 5 reasons we see the food and beverage industry moving to metal 3D printing. While mentions of 3D printing for food may bring to mind chocolate extruded into cool decorative shapes, additive manufacturing is actually transforming the industry behind the scenes – making food and beverage processing equipment safer, more productive, and delivering all-new innovations to the nearly $60 billion industry. If you’ve ever watched an episode of “How [...]
By Cimquest Marketing|2023-03-21T09:28:36-04:00March 21st, 2023|Categories: 2 Minute Tuesdays, 3D Printing / Additive Mfg, CQTV|
Live Sinter | 2 Minute Tuesday (Extended Edition) In this week's 2 Minute Tuesday, we take a look at effective ways to ensure that metal 3D printed parts meet form and dimensional requirements right out of the furnace.
By Cimquest Marketing|2023-03-20T08:24:10-04:00March 20th, 2023|Categories: Mastercam|
Is third-party G-code simulation software necessary to safely run Multiaxis? The short answer is no, especially not starting out. Fundamentally, when we post out to our NC code, we are going from vectors in space to motion commands for our machines, with all their linear and rotary axes. The post processor is translating that motion into something that a specific machine can understand. In the past, this is where third-party simulation and verification software has [...]
By Cimquest Marketing|2023-03-17T08:22:50-04:00March 17th, 2023|Categories: 3D Printing / Additive Mfg, Events|
Come join Penn State DuBois and Cimquest for an event on how to leverage Reverse Engineering, Inspection, and 3D Printing solutions! Date: Thu, April 6, 2023, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM EDT Location: DEF Room 202 1 College Place DEF Room 202/204 DuBois, PA 15801 During this event, you will have the option to come and go as you please. There will be an opportunity to network, review parts from the various technologies Cimquest represents [...]
By Cimquest Marketing|2023-03-14T12:02:17-04:00March 14th, 2023|Categories: News / Promos|
The Cimquest family woke up on Monday, Mar 13, 2023, to the news that our beloved colleague and friend, Michael Sljaka, had succumbed to his longtime battle with cancer on Saturday, March 11th. Mike worked for Cimquest as a Senior Applications Engineer since the acquisition of Services Four Automation in October of 2011 where he worked since August 2007. Mike quickly became popular with customers and his fellow colleagues. He put in countless hours to [...]
By Cimquest Marketing|2023-03-13T12:15:39-04:00March 13th, 2023|Categories: 2 Minute Tuesdays, CQTV, Mastercam 2023, Mastercam 2023 Video, Mastercam Video Series|Tags: Mastercam|
Apply Button in Milling Toolpaths - Mastercam 2023 In this week's 2 Minute Tuesday, we are going to examine a feature available in Mastercam’s Mill toolpaths that allows you to preview cutting motion, resulting in streamlined toolpath creation.
By Cimquest Marketing|2023-03-08T08:46:55-05:00March 8th, 2023|Categories: 3D Printing / Additive Mfg, News / Promos|
Cimquest Becomes Meltio’s Official Sales Partner Cimquest is going to play a key role in the distribution and support of the Meltio metal 3D printing solutions in the North Eastern United States market, as an official sales partner. Meltio offers a pioneering metal 3D printing solution that enables industrial applications with a process built around welding wire, the safest, cleanest, and most affordable metal feedstock in the market. Cimquest will focus on building a supportive [...]
By Cimquest Marketing|2023-03-07T09:32:11-05:00March 7th, 2023|Categories: Metrology Minute|
Control X is a powerful metrology product with dozens of inspection tools available including; 2D and 3D dimensioning, GD&T analysis, color maps, Whisker plots, and many more. After all of the inspection tools are deployed for a specific inspection plan, you can create a date and time-stamped report, serialized for a particular part scan. This ensures that the inspection report of a single-part scan against a nominal CAD model is correctly identified and stored. But [...]